List of Washington University alumni

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The following persons are well-known alumni, living and deceased, of Washington University in St. Louis.

Arts and literature[edit]

Architecture and design[edit]

 Architect Gyo Obata
Architect Gyo Obata


Adventurer and businessman Steve Fossett

Education and academics[edit]

Journalism and media[edit]

Reporter and artist Marguerite Martyn

Politics, law, and government[edit]

Phoebe Couzins, the first female U.S. Marshal
Phil Radford, environmental leader
Judge William H. Webster, 6th Director of the FBI and 14th Director of the CIA

Science, engineering, and medicine[edit]

Admiral Ben Moreell



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