List of University of San Francisco people
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This is a list of notable people affiliated with the University of San Francisco.
Arts and entertainment
- Ralph Barbieri, sports talk show host
- Nadeem Michel Bibby, musician, vocalist of Anuryzm
- Clint Catalyst, writer, spoken word performer, journalist
- Richard Egan, actor
- Michael Franti, poet and musician
- Delia Gallagher, CNN journalist
- Robert Joseph Greene, Canadian writer 
- Warren Hinckle, political journalist
- Al Madrigal, American stand-up comedian/actor, notably of The Daily Show and sitcom Gary Unmarried
- Joe Rosenthal, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer
- Ty Segall, musician
- Michael J. Smith, actor in Arrest and Trial. Other notable films include but not limited to Scream, Starship Trooper, The General's Daughter
- Kevin Starr, American historian, professor
- Olivier Weber, French novelist, ambassador and former war correspondent
- Jim Begley, baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds
- Bill Cartwright, former NBA player
- Jermaine Clark, professional baseball player
- Bjørn Dahl, former professional soccer player and administrative director of S.K. Brann
- Quintin Dailey, former NBA player
- Troy Dayak, professional soccer player
- Mike Donohoe, former professional football player, Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers
- Keith Dorney, former professional football player, Detroit Lions
- John Doyle, general manager of the San Jose Earthquakes
- Jesse Foppert, professional baseball player
- K.C. Jones, Basketball Hall of Fame
- Gino Marchetti, Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Ollie Matson, Pro Football Hall of Fameer
- Gil McDougald, 5-time All-Star, World Series Champion for the NY Yankees and 1951 AL Rookie of the Year
- Steve Negoesco, former USF men's soccer coach
- Lothar Osiander, Olympic, World Cup, and Major League Soccer coach
- Ray Peterson, former professional football player, Green Bay Packers
- Aaron Poreda, major league baseball pitcher
- Kevin Restani, 8-year NBA veteran
- Dave Romney, defender for the LA Galaxy
- Pete Rozelle, former NFL commissioner and Pro Football Hall of Famer
- Bill Russell, Basketball Hall of Famer
- Paul Schramka, former professional baseball player
- Phil Smith, former NBA player
- Justin Speier, 12-year veteran MLB relief pitcher
- Bob St. Clair, Pro Football Hall of Famer
- Maor Tiyouri, Israeli Olympic long distance runner
- Burl Toler, first African American Football official
- Dean Karnazes, Ultra-Marathoner
- Sally Bingham, founder, Interfaith Power & Light
- Jean-Charles Boisset, President, Boisset Collection
- Gordon Bowker, Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl, founders of Starbucks and Redhook
- Alfred Chuang, co-founder and CEO, BEA Systems
- Chung Eui-sun, Vice chairman of Hyundai Motor Company
- Jon Fisher, co-founded and Chief Executive Officer of Bharosa
- Paul Otellini, President and CEO of Intel
- Mike Sangiacomo, President and CEO of Recology Inc.
- Richard M. Tobin, (1866-1952), President of San Francisco's Hibernia Bank and United States Ambassador to the Netherlands
- Dr. Dave Yeske (BS, 1988; MA, 1995), Co-Founder, Managing Director, Yeske Buie; National President (2003), Financial Planning Association (FPA); Director, Financial Planning program, Distinguished Adjunct Professor, Ageno School of Business, Golden Gate University
Science and Academics
- Dr. John D. Arras, Porterfield Professor of Biomedical Ethics, University of Virginia
- Michael A. Rice, biologist at University of Rhode Island, and RI State Representative
Government and Politics
- Angela Alioto, politician and attorney
- Ricardo J. Bordallo, former Governor of Guam
- John L. Burton, former Member of Congress and former California Senate Majority Leader, current chairman of the California Democratic Party.
- Sala Burton, former Member of Congress
- Wesley Chesbro, former California State Senator
- Ming Chin, associate justice of the California Supreme Court
- John C. Houlihan, former Mayor of Oakland, California
- Frank Jordan, former mayor of San Francisco 1992-96
- Robert McNamara, former Mayor of Menlo Park, California
- Jason Kenney, Cabinet minister for the Conservative Party of Canada
- Leo T. McCarthy, former California Lieutenant Governor
- Mike Nevin, San Mateo County politician
- James D. Phelan, former San Francisco Mayor United States Senator
- Kevin V. Ryan, former United States Attorney for the Northern District of California
- Pierre Salinger, former press secretary under President John F. Kennedy and United States Senator
- Sal Torres, former Mayor and Councilman, City of Daly City, attorney at Equinix
- Alejandro Toledo, former President of Peru
Law and Justice
- Saundra Brown Armstrong, federal judge
- Heather Fong, San Francisco police chief
- Kimberly Guilfoyle, former assistant San Francisco district attorney, Fox News television personality
- William Newsom, retired Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeals, Administrator of the Getty family trust and father of Lieutenant Governor of California Gavin Newsom
- David Batstone, author of Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade—and How We Can Fight It .
- Paul Chien, Professor of Biology.
- Francis P. Filice, Professor of Biology
- Jon Fisher, author of "Strategic Entrepreneurism" and co-founding chief executive officer of Bharosa.
- Jean Marc Fullsack, Executive Chef in the Hospitality Management. The first guest chef with Hurbert Keller to cook for a President (Bill Clinton).
- Sam Green, adjunct professor in Media Studies and documentary filmmaker. His film, The Weather Underground, was nominated for an Academy Award in 2004.
- Jerzy Jan Lerski, George J. Lerski, Professor of Political Science and History
- Edward L. Kessel, Professor of Biology
- W. Michael Mathes, Professor of History, historian of Mexico and Spain, expert on the history of Baja California
- Robert T. Orr, Professor of Biology
- Dan Schutte, Composer-in-Residence, one of the most prolific and popular composers of Contemporary Catholic liturgical music today best known for composing "Here I Am, Lord".
- John Veitch, Chairman of the Department of Economics and professor of Economics and Financial Analysis.
- Heinz Weihrich, professor of management at the School of Business and Management, notable for his development of the TOWS Matrix (a variation to the SWOT Analysis).
- Bernard von Bothmer, adjunct Professor of American History and author of "Framing the Sixties: The Use and Abuse of a Decade from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush".
- Anthony Maraschi, S. J. (1855–1862)
- Nicholas Congiato, S. J. (1862–1865)
- Burchard Villiger, S. J. (1865–1866)
- Nicolas Congiato, S. J. (1866–1869)
- Joseph Bayma, S. J. (1869–1873)
- Aloysius Masnata, S. J. (1873–1876)
- John Pinasco, S. J. (1876–1880)
- Robert E. Kenna, S. J. (1880–1883)
- Joseph C. Sasia, S. J. (1883–1887)
- Henry Imoda, S. J. (1887–1893)
- Edward P. Allen, S. J. (1893–1896)
- John P. Frieden, S. J. (1896–1908)
- Joseph C. Sasia, S. J. (1908–1911)
- Albert F. Trivelli, S. J. (1911–1915)
- Patrick J. Foote, S. J. (1915–1919)
- Pius L. Moore, S. J. (1919–1925)
- Edward J. Whelan, S. J. (1925–1932)
- William I. Lonergan, S. J. (1932–1934)
- Harold E. Ring, S. J. (1934–1938)
- William J. Dunne, S. J. (1938–1954)
- John F. X. Connolly, S. J. (1954–1963)
- Charles W. Dullea, S. J. (1963–1969)
- Albert R. Jonsen, S. J. (1969–1972)
- William C. McInnes, S. J. (1973–1977)
- John Lo Schiavo, S. J. (1977–1991)
- John P. Schlegel, S. J. (1991–2000)
- Stephen A. Privett, S. J. (2000–2014)
- Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J. (2014–)
Recipients of USF honorary degrees include, but are not limited to, the following:
- September 2003 - Dalai Lama, His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, was awarded an Honorary Doctoral Degree from USF on September 5, 2003 for his lifelong work in promoting peace and compassion, and helping to bring about a more humane world.
- December 2004 - Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Philippine President 
- April 2005 - Kim Dae-jung, the former president of South Korea and 2000 Nobel Peace Prize winner who helped lead his country's movement toward democratic rule 
- May 2005 - Shirin Ebadi, Iranian human rights activist 
- May 2006 - Richard Blum, founder and chairman of the Himalayan Foundation 
- May 2006 - Gloria Duffy, CEO of the Commonwealth Club of California 
- May 2006 - Michael Tilson Thomas, music director of the San Francisco Symphony 
- May 2007 - Leo T. McCarthy (posthumous honorary degree) 
- December 2007 - the Reverend Glenda Hope, founder of Network Ministries. Hope embodies cultural service that respects the individual dignity of every person, most notably the poor, the homeless, prostitutes, and those living with HIV/AIDS in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood.
- December 2007 - Sayadaw U Kovida on behalf of the Buddhist monks of Burma. The monks were honored for their courage in rising up in peaceful protest against their country's oppressive military regime. Their actions reflect the university's mission to educate leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world.
- December 2007 - Gerald McKevitt, S.J., a Santa Clara University history professor and university historian. McKevitt is renowned for his knowledge of Jesuit history in California and the West, and received an honorary degree for his dedication to teaching, scholarship, and service to the university community.
- September 2008 - Greg Mortenson, co-author of Three Cups of Tea and executive director of the Central Asia Institute
- December 2008 - Mary McAleese, the President of Ireland 
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