List of University of Toledo people
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- 1 Alumni
- 1.1 Science
- 1.2 Technology and innovation
- 1.3 Law and politics
- 1.4 Business
- 1.5 Journalism and news
- 1.6 Academics
- 1.7 Literature, art, and architecture
- 1.8 Music
- 1.9 Film and television
- 1.10 Athletics
- 2 Faculty
- 3 Heads of university
- 4 Notes and references
|David Applebaum||1978||Physician and rabbi|
|Bob Dempsey||NASA Flight Director|
|Fred Espenak||Astrophysicist known for work relating to eclipse predictions|
|William H. Gerstenmaier||1981||Masters in Mechanical Engineering; Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations for NASA since 2005|
Technology and innovation
|Fredric J. Baur||Inventor of the Pringles can|
|Richard Schreder||1938||Aircraft developer|
Law and politics
|Mike Bell||1978||Former Mayor of Toledo|
|Daniel Bogden||1981 (J.D.)||United States Attorney for the District of Nevada|
|Shamila N. Chaudhary||1999||United States Government adviser and expert on Pakistan|
|Teresa Fedor||1983||Member of Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Senate|
|Jack Ford||Former mayor of Toledo|
|Stewart Greenleaf||1966 (J.D.)||Member of the Pennsylvania State Senate since 1979|
|Patricia Kabbah||Former First Lady of Sierra Leone|
|Alan George Lance||1973 (J.D.)||Federal judge, Idaho Attorney General (1995–2003), and the National Commander of The American Legion (1999–2000)|||
|Judith Ann Lanzinger||Member of the Ohio Supreme Court|
|Bob Latta||1981 (J.D.)||Member of the United States House of Representatives since 2007|
|John W. Snow||Former United States Secretary of the Treasury (2003–2006)|
|Ketil Solvik-Olsen||Norwegian Minister of Transport and Communications|
|Matt Szollosi||Member of Ohio House of Representatives|
|Gene Zmuda||1984 (J.D.)||Municipal Court Judge and politician|
|Eric M. Miller||2005||Founder and CEO of Eric Miller Animation Studios|
|John Neff||One of Barron's magazine's "10 most influential investors of the 20th century"|
Journalism and news
|Cliff Kincaid||c. 1976||Investigative journalist with Accuracy in Media and American Survival, Inc.|||
|Christi Paul||CNN Headline News anchor|||
|Michael Sallah||Washington Post investigative reporter; winner of 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting|
|G. Gordon Strong||Newspaper publisher|
|Gary Clayton Anderson||American historian, specialist in American Indian studies, professor at the University of Oklahoma|
|Mark Berger||Professor at University of Kentucky|
|William Marshall Grange||Hixson Lied Professor of Theatre and Film at University of Nebraska|
|James T. Harris III||1980 graduate and President of Widener University|
|Gerald Jakubowski||Provost of California Maritime Academy; former President of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology|
|Jim Rex||South Carolina Superintendent of Education|
Literature, art, and architecture
|Mari Evans||Author and dramatist|
|Charlos Gary||Cartoonist and comic strip artist|
|Mildred D. Taylor||1965||Award-winning author|
|William Yosses||White House Executive Pastry Chef|
|Margaret Carson||Long-time publicist for Leonard Bernstein and Benny Goodman|
|Jon Hendricks||Jazz lyricist and singer|
Film and television
|Bill Cunningham||1975 (J.D.)||Radio host, talk show host, The Bill Cunningham Show|
|Philip Baker Hall||Actor, Boogie Nights and You Kill Me|
|Jeff Johnson||1996||Social commentator for BET|
|Shirley Mitchell||Radio, film, and television actress|
|Danny Thomas||Nightclub comedian; television and film actor and producer; founder of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital|
|Chris Zylka||Actor, The Secret Circle and The Amazing Spider-Man|
|Tom Amstutz||1976||College football player and former UT men's football coach|
|John Brisker||Forward/guard for Pittsburgh Pipers, Pittsburgh Condors and Seattle SuperSonics (1969-1975)|
|Chuck Ealey||1971||University of Toledo's starting quarterback for 35 straight wins from 1969–1971|
|Jerry Evans||Retired tight end for the Denver Broncos|
|T. J. Fatinikun||Defensive end|
|Carl Ford||Retired NFL wide receiver for Green Bay Packers|
|Todd France||2001||Former NFL kicker|
|Bruce Gradkowski||2005||Quarterback for Pittsburgh Steelers |
|John Greco||2007||Offensive guard for Cleveland Browns|
|Kelly Herndon||Former starting cornerback for Seattle Seahawks (2007)|
|Curtis Johnson||1969||Defensive back for the 1972 undefeated Miami Dolphins "no-name defense"|
|Nick Kaczur||2004||Starting tackle for New England Patriots (2008)|
|Brett Kern||2008||Punter for Tennessee Titans|
|Jason Lamar||NFL and CFL player|
|Mel Long||1971||NCAA Hall of Fame|
|Andy McCollum||1992||NFL center for the Detroit Lions, formerly with the New Orleans Saints and St. Louis Rams|
|Lance Moore||2004||Wide receiver for New Orleans Saints, winners of Super Bowl XLIV|
|Jalen Parmele||2007||Running back for Baltimore Ravens|
|Dave Ridgway||Placekicker in the Canadian Football League|
|Chuck Sample||Fullback for the Green Bay Packers|
|Chester Taylor||2001||Former running back for the Chicago Bears|
|Emlen Tunnell||Pro Football Hall of Fame|
|Brent Williams||Retired NFL defensive end|
|Dan Williams||1992||Retired defensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos|
|Phil Martin||Former NBA guard|
|Steve Mix||Former NBA All-Star, only men's player to have jersey retired (2/17/07), played 13 years in NBA|
|George Patterson||NBA player|
|Stan Joplin||College basketball player, UT men's basketball coach from 1996 to 2008|
|Mitch Maier||Outfielder for the Kansas City Royals|
|Denny Stark||MLB pitcher|
Track and field
|Sy Mah||Long-distance runner; held a Guinness World Record for the most lifetime marathons|
|Vic Braden||Tennis instructor; former professional player; author; researcher; licensed psychologist|
|Greg Wojciechowski||NCAA heavyweight wrestling champion in 1971|
College of Engineering
- Glenn Lipscomb, department chair of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
- Nagi Naganathan, dean of College of Engineering
Heads of university
|University Presidents||Years as President|
|2||Charles A. Cockayne||(1910-1914)|
|3||A. Monroe Stowe||(1914-1925)|
|4||John W. Dowd||(1925-1926)|
|5||Earnest A. Smith||(1927)|
|6||Henry J. Doermann||(1928-1932)|
|7||Philip C. Nash||(1933-1947)|
|8||Wilbur W. White||(1947-1950)|
|9||Asa S. Knowles||(1951-1958)|
|10||William S. Carlson||(1958-1972)|
|11||Glen R. Driscoll||(1972-1985)|
|12||James Douglas McComas||(1985-1988)|
|13||Frank E. Horton||(1989-1998)|
|14||Vik J. Kapoor||(1999-2000)|
|15||Daniel M. Johnson||(2001-2006)|
|16||Lloyd Jacobs, M.D.||(2006-2014)|
|--||Nagi Naganathan, Ph.D.||(Interim, 2014-2015)|
|17||Sharon L. Gaber Ph.D.||(2015–present)|
Notes and references
- Wini Warren (1999). Black Women Scientists in the United States. Indiana University Press. pp. 25–26. ISBN 0-253-33603-1.
- Goodman, Rebecca (June 1, 2008). "In a Pringles can rests its inventor". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved September 7, 2010.
- Zimmer, Cathy (March 12, 2010). "UT awards first Chaudhary-Steinitz Honors Research Grant". Retrieved September 7, 2010.
- "Judge Alan G. Lance, Sr.". United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. n.d. Retrieved February 17, 2017.
- "Common Pleas Bootcamp: An Introduction to Practice in the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas". Toledo Bar. 24 June 2016. Retrieved 3 February 2017.
- "Cliff Kincaid's Biography". usasurvival.org. Archived from the original on October 17, 2016. Retrieved June 17, 2016.
- "CNN Programs - Anchors/Reporters - Christi Paul". Retrieved August 30, 2010.
- "Inside Augsburg". Retrieved October 23, 2010.
- "Johnny Carson School of Theatre & Film". University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Retrieved 21 December 2012.
- "Widener University: About the President (Google cache)". Archived from the original on March 10, 2010. Retrieved August 30, 2010.
- Bernard Holland (October 13, 2007). "Margaret Carson, Classical Music Publicist, Dies at 96". The New York Times. Retrieved September 7, 2010.
- ""Toledo Tom" and Rocket Football Have Been a Perfect Fit For 32 Years". Retrieved September 7, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Jerry Evans". Retrieved August 31, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Carl Ford". Retrieved August 30, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Todd France". Retrieved August 30, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Bruce Gradkowski". Retrieved August 31, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: John Greco". Retrieved November 15, 2012.
- "NFL.com stats page: Kelly Herndon". Retrieved August 31, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Curtis Johnson". Retrieved August 30, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Nick Kaczur". Retrieved August 31, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Brett Kern". Retrieved August 31, 2010.
- "NFL.com stats page: Chester Taylor". Retrieved August 30, 2010.
- Blaikie, David (February–March 1989). "Sy Mah, 1926-1988". Athletics Magazine. Toronto, Canada.
- Rowe, William J. (May 1991). "A World Record Marathon Runner with Silent Ischemia without Coronary Atherosclerosis" (pdf). Chest. 99 (5): 1306–1308. ISSN 0012-3692. PMID 2019205. doi:10.1378/chest.99.5.1306. Retrieved December 26, 2010.