List of Stanford University people

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This page lists the members of Stanford University, including students, alumni, faculty and academic affiliates associated.

Founded in 1885 by former California Governor and U.S. Senator Leland Stanford and his wife, Jane Stanford, the university was opened on October 1, 1891[1][2] as a coeducational and non-denominational institution. During the 1950s and 1960s, Provost Frederick Terman supported faculty and graduates' entrepreneurship to build self-sufficient local industry in what would later be known as Silicon Valley.

Contents

Stanford office[edit]

Presidents[edit]

Acting presidents were temporary appointments. Swain served while Wilbur was United States Secretary of the Interior under Herbert Hoover; Eurich and Faust after the unexpected death of Tresidder.[3][4]

S. No. Name Term
1. David Starr Jordan 1891–1913
2. John Casper Branner 1913–1915
3. Ray Lyman Wilbur 1916–1943
* Robert Eccles Swain 1929-1933
4. Donald Bertrand Tresidder 1943–1948
* Alvin C. Eurich 1948
* Clarence H. Faust[5] 1949
5. J. E. Wallace Sterling 1949–1968
* Robert J. Glaser[6] 1968
6. Kenneth Sanborn Pitzer 1968–1970
7. Richard Wall Lyman 1970–1980
8. Donald Kennedy 1980–1992
9. Gerhard Casper 1992–2000
10. John L. Hennessy 2000–2016
* John Etchemendy 2012
11. Marc Tessier-Lavigne 2016–present
Color key
  Acting University president (*)

Provosts[edit]

The position was created in 1952.[7]

S. No. Name Term
1. Douglas M. Whitaker 1952–1955
2. Frederick E. Terman 1955–1965
3. Richard Wall Lyman 1967–1970
4. William F. Miller 1971–1978
5. Gerald J. Lieberman[8] 1979
6. Donald Kennedy 1979–1980
7. Albert M. Hastorf[9] 1980–1984
8. James N. Rosse[10] 1984–1992
9. Gerald J. Lieberman[8] 1992–1993
10. Condoleezza Rice 1993–1999
11. John L. Hennessy 1999–2000
12. John Etchemendy 2000–present

Chancellors[edit]

This position is often empty and has always been held by a former president.[11]

S. No. Name Term
1 David Starr Jordan[12] 1913–1916
2 Ray Lyman Wilbur 1943–1949
3 J. E. Wallace Sterling[13] 1968–1985

School Deans[edit]

Though Stanford did not originally have schools, over the years the departments have all been collected into schools.

Color key
  Acting Dean (*)
Graduate School of Business[14]
Name years note
1 Willard E. Hotchkiss[15] 1926-1930
2 J. Hugh Jackson[16] 1931-1956
Carlton A. Pederson 1956-1958 acting dean
3 Ernest C. Arbuckle[17] 1958-1968
Samuel "Pete" Pond 1968-1969 acting dean
4 Arjay Miller[18][19] 1969-1979 the top 10% of graduating MBAs are named Arjay Miller Scholars[20]
Robert Jaedicke 1979-1980 acting dean
5 Rene C. McPherson[21] 1980-1982
6 Robert Jaedicke[22] 1983-1990
7 Michael Spence[23] 1990-1999
8 Robert L. Joss[24] 1999-2009 Stanford PhD 1970
9 Garth Saloner[25] 2009-2015
10 Jonathan Levin 2016–present
School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences[26]
Name years note
1 A. I. Levorsen 1947-1950 Petroleum geologist
2 Charles Park[27] 1950-1965
3 Richard Jahns[28] 1965-1979
4 Allan V. Cox 1979-1987
5 George A. Thompson 1987-1989
6 W. G. Ernst 1989-1994
7 Lynn Orr 1994-2002
8 Pamela Matson 2002–present
Graduate School of Education[29]
Name years note
1 Ellwood Patterson Cubberley 1917-1933
2 Grayson N. Kefauver[30] 1933-1946
* Lucien Blair Kinney[31] 1943-1946 acting
3 A. John Bartky[32] 1946-1953
4 I. James Quillen[33] 1954-1966
5 H. Thomas James[34] 1966-1970
6 Arthur Coladarci[35] 1970-1979
7 Myron Atkin[36] 1979-1986
8 Marshall S. Smith[37] 1986-1993
9 Richard Shavelson 1993-2001
10 Deborah Stipek 2000-2011
11 Claude Steele 2011-2014
* Deborah Stipek 2014-2015 acting
12 Daniel Schwartz[38] 2015–present
School of Engineering[39]
Name years Department note
1 Theodore J. Hoover[40] 1925-1936 Mining and Metallurgy Stanford AB 1901
2 Samuel B. Morris[41] 1936-1944 Civil Engineering Stanford AB 1911
3 Frederick E. Terman 1944-1958 Electrical Engineering
4 Joseph M. Pettit 1958-1972 Electrical Engineering Stanford PhD 1942
5 William M. Kays[42] 1972-1984 Mechanical Engineering Stanford PhD 1951
6 James F. Gibbons[43] 1984-1996 Electrical Engineering Stanford PhD 1956
7 John L. Hennessy 1996-1999 Computer Science
8 James Plummer[44] 1999-2014 Electrical Engineering
9 Persis Drell 2014–2016 SLAC/Physics
10 Jennifer Widom[45] 2017–present Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
School of Humanities and Sciences[46]
Name years department note
1 Clarence H. Faust[5] 1948–1951 English
2 Douglas Merritt Whitaker 1951–1952 Biology
3 Ray N. Faulkner[47] 1952–1956 Art and Architecture
4 Philip H. Rhinelander 1956–1961 Philosophy
5 Robert Richardson Sears 1961–1970 Psychology
6 Albert H. Hastorf III[48] 1970–1973 Psychology,
7 Halsey L. Royden[49] 1973–1981 Mathematics
8 Norman K. Wessells[50] 1981–1988 Biology
9 Ewart A.C. Thomas 1988–1993 Psychology
10 John B. Shoven 1993–1998 Economics
11 Malcolm R. Beasley 1998–2001 Applied Physics
12 Sharon R. Long 2001-2007 Biological Sciences,
13 Richard Saller[51] 2007–present Classics and History
Law School[52][53]
# Name years note
1 Nathan Abbott 1893-1907 Executive Head
* Charles H. Huberich 1906 acting
2 Frederic Campbell Woodward 1908-1916 first to be called Dean
3 Charles A. Huston 1916-1922
* Arthur M. Cathcart 1917-1919 acting
4 Marion R. Kirkwood 1922-1945
* Arthur M. Cathcart 1930-1931 acting
* Lowell Turrentine 1945-1946
5 Carl B. Spaeth 1946-1962
* Samuel D. Thurman 1952-1953 acting
* John R. McDonough 1959-1960 acting
* John R. McDonough 1962-1964 acting
6 Bayless Manning 1964-1971
7 Thomas Ehrlich 1971-1976
* J. Keith Mann 1976 acting
8 Charles J. Meyers 1976-1981 acting
* J. Keith Mann 1981-1982 acting
9 John Hart Ely 1982-1987
10 Paul Brest 1987-1999
11 Kathleen Sullivan 1999-2004
12 Larry Kramer 2004-2012
13 M. Elizabeth Magill 2012–present
School of Medicine[54]
# Name years note
1 Ray Lyman Wilbur 1911-1916
2 William Ophüls 1916-1933
3 Loren R. Chandler[55] 1933-1953
4 Windsor C. Cutting 1953-1957
5 Robert H. Alway 1957-1965
6 Robert J. Glaser[6] 1965-1971
7 Clayton Rich[56] 1971-1982
8 Dominick P. Purpura 1982-1984 went on to be Dean of Albert Einstein College of Medicine[57]
9 David Korn[58] 1984-1995
10 Eugene A. Bauer 1995-2001
11 Philip Pizzo 2001-2012
12 Lloyd B. Minor 2012–present

Alumni[edit]

Academics[edit]

Presidents and Chancellors of universities and colleges[edit]

Academia[edit]

Computer science and electrical engineering[edit]

Vinton Cerf, "father of the Internet"

Other science[edit]

Arts and literature[edit]

Artists[edit]

Film/television[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Music[edit]

Writers[edit]

Astronauts[edit]

Eileen Collins, first female commander of a space shuttle

Business[edit]

Jerry Yang, Yahoo! co-founder

Company founders[edit]

Other entrepreneurs and business leaders[edit]

Religion[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States

Politics[edit]

Presidents, Vice Presidents, Prime Ministers, and royalty[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Herbert Hoover A.B. 1895 31st President of the United States [79]
John F. Kennedy Audited a few classes 35th President of the United States [80]
Ricardo Maduro A.B. 1967 28th President of Honduras [81]
John Atta Mills J.D. 1971 3rd President of Ghana [82]
Alejandro Toledo A.M. 1972
A.M. 1974
Ph.D. 1993
92nd President of Peru [83]
Jorge Serrano Elías A.M. 1973 29th President of Guatemala [84]
Mohammed Waheed Hassan M.A. 1982
M.A. 1985
Ph.D 1987
5th President of Maldives [85]
Philippe of Belgium A.M. 1985 7th King of the Belgians [86]
Mohammad Reza Aref M.S. 1976
Ph.D. 1980
2nd First Vice President of Iran [87]
Ehud Barak M.S. 1979 10th Prime Minister of Israel [88]
Taro Aso Graduate student 1963–1965 59th Prime Minister of Japan [89]
Yukio Hatoyama Ph.D. 1976 60th Prime Minister of Japan [90]
Kesang Choden Wangchuck B.A. 2004 Princess of Bhutan [91]
Sonam Dechen Wangchuck B.A. 2003 Princess of Bhutan [92]
Prince Moulay Hicham of Morocco M.A. 1997 Royal family of Morocco [93]

Cabinet Secretaries/Ministers[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Avishay Braverman Ph.D. 1976 Israeli Minister of Minorities (2009–2011) [94]
John Bryson A.B. 1965 37th U.S. Secretary of Commerce [95]
Julian Castro B.A. 1996 16th U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development [96]
Warren Christopher LL.B. 1949 63rd U.S. Secretary of State [97]
William P. Clark, Jr. A.B. 1953 44th U.S. Secretary of the Interior
U.S. National Security Advisor, 1982–1983
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, 1981–1982
Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court, 1973–1981
[98]
John S. Herrington A.B. 1961 5th U.S. Secretary of Energy [99]
Regina Ip M.S. 1987
M.A. 2006
Secretary for Security of Hong Kong (1998–2003) [100]
Sally Kosgei A.M. 1975
Ph.D. 1980
Kenyan Minister of Agriculture (2010–2013)
Kenyan Minister for Higher Education (2008–2010)
[101]
William Perry B.S. 1949
M.S. 1950
19th U.S. Secretary of Defense [102]
Penny Pritzker M.B.A. 1984
J.D. 1984
38th United States Secretary of Commerce [103]
Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia M.B.A. 2001 Indian Minister of Power (2012–2014)
Indian Minister of State for Commerce and Industry (2009–2012)
[104]
R. James Woolsey, Jr. A.B. 1963 16th U.S. Director of Central Intelligence [105]

U.S. Senators[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Max Baucus A.B. 1964
LL.B. 1967
United States Senator [106]
Jeff Bingaman LL.B. 1968 United States Senator [107]
Cory Booker A.B. 1991
A.M. 1992
United States Senator [108]
Frank Church A.B. 1947
LL.B. 1950
United States Senator [109]
Kent Conrad A.B. 1971 United States Senator [110]
Alan Cranston A.B. 1936 United States Senator [111]
Paul Fannin A.B. 1930 United States Senator; 11th Governor of Arizona [112]
Dianne Feinstein A.B. 1955 United States Senator; 38th Mayor of San Francisco [113]
Mark Hatfield United States Senator; 29th Governor of Oregon [114]
Carl Hayden A.B. 1900 United States Senator; President pro tempore of the United States Senate [115]
Charles B. Henderson A.B. 1893 United States Senator [116]
Henry "Scoop" Jackson United States Senator [117]
Ernest McFarland A.M. 1922
LL.B. 1924
United States Senator; 8th United States Senate Majority Leader; 10th Governor of Arizona [118]
Charles L. McNary A.B. 1897 United States Senator; 3rd United States Senate Minority Leader; Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court; 1940 U.S. Vice Presidential candidate [119]
Jeff Merkley A.B. 1979 United States Senator [120]
Lee Metcalf A.B. 1936 United States Senator; U.S. Congressman; Associate Justice of the Montana Supreme Court [121]
Thomas M. Storke A.B. 1898 United States Senator [122]
Tim Wirth Ph.D. 1973 United States Senator [123]
Ron Wyden A.B. 1971 United States Senator [124]

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Robert Badham A.B. 1951 U.S. Congressman [125]
Xavier Becerra A.B. 1980
J.D. 1984
U.S. Congressman [126]
Judy Biggert A.B. 1959 U.S. Congresswoman [127]
Ernest K. Bramblett A.B. 1925 U.S. Congressman [128]
Hamer H. Budge A.B. 1933 U.S. Congresswoman [129]
Joaquín Castro A.B. 1996 U.S. Congressman
Cal Dooley A.M. 1987 U.S. Congressman [130]
Jennifer Dunn A.B. 1963 U.S. Congresswoman [131]
Don Edwards A.B. 1936
LL.B. 1939
U.S. Congressman [132]
Eric Fingerhut J.D. 1984 U.S. Congressman [133]
Arthur M. Free A.B. 1901
LL.B. 1903
U.S. Congressman [134]
Daniel Hamburg A.B. 1970 U.S. Congressman [135]
Peter Hoagland A.B. 1963 U.S. Congressman [136]
Steve Horn A.B. 1953
Ph.D. 1958
U.S. Congressman [137]
Michael Huffington A.B. 1970
B.S. 1970
U.S. Congressman [138]
Joseph P. Kennedy III B.S. 2003 U.S. Congressman
Jim Kolbe M.B.A. 1967 U.S. Congressman [139]
Clarence F. Lea A.B. 1897 U.S. Congressman [140]
Ted Lieu A.B. 1991
B.S. 1991
U.S. Congressman [141]
Dan Lipinski M.S. 1989 U.S. Congressman [142]
James F. Lloyd A.B. 1958 U.S. Congressman [143]
Zoe Lofgren A.B. 1970 U.S. Congresswoman [144]
Bob Mathias A.B. 1953 U.S. Congressman; two-time Olympic gold medalist [145]
Pete McCloskey A.B. 1950
LL.B. 1953
U.S. Congressman [146]
Lee Metcalf A.B. 1936 U.S. Congressman; United States Senator; Associate Justice of the Montana Supreme Court [121]
Will Rogers, Jr. A.B. 1935 U.S. Congressman [147]
Adam Schiff A.B. 1982 U.S. Congressman [148]
Jim Sensenbrenner A.B. 1965 U.S. Congressman [149]
Burt L. Talcott A.B. 1942
LL.B. 1948
U.S. Congressman [150]
Charles M. Teague A.B. 1931
LL.B. 1934
U.S. Congressman [151]
William I. Traeger A.B. 1901 U.S. Congressman; Sheriff of Los Angeles County; USC Trojans football head coach [152]
Victor Veysey Ph.D. 1942 U.S. Congressman [153]
Doug Walgren LL.B. 1966 U.S. Congressman [154]
David Wu B.S. 1977 U.S. Congressman [155]
Ed Zschau M.B.A. 1963
M.S. 1964
Ph.D. 1967
U.S. Congressman [156]

Governors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Gray Davis A.B. 1964 37th Governor of California [157]
Jim Doyle attended 44th Governor of Wisconsin [158]
John V. Evans A.B. 1951 27th Governor of Idaho [159]
Paul Fannin A.B. 1930 11th Governor of Arizona and United States Senator [160]
Mark Hatfield A.M. 1948 29th Governor of Oregon and United States Senator [161]
Goodwin Knight A.B. 1919 31st Governor of California [162]
Scott M. Matheson LL.B. 1952 12th Governor of Utah [163]
Ernest McFarland A.M. 1922
LL.B. 1924
10th Governor of Arizona and 8th United States Senate Majority Leader [164]
Dixy Lee Ray Ph.D. 1945 17th (and first female) Governor of Washington [165]
Mitt Romney attended 70th Governor of Massachusetts and Republican nominee for the United States presidential election, 2012 [166]
Olene Walker A.M. 1954 15th (and first female) Governor of Utah [167]
Hidehiko Yuzaki M.B.A. 1995 Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture [168]

U.S. Ambassadors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Eileen Donahoe J.D. 1988
A.M. 1989
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Human Rights Council (2010–present) [169]
Karl Eikenberry A.M. 1994 U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan (2009–2011) [170]
John Gavin A.B. 1952 U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (1981–1986) [171]
Gary A. Grappo M.B.A. 1982 U.S. Ambassador to Oman (2006–2009) [172]
William Kennard A.B. 1978 18th U.S. Ambassador to the EU (2009–present)
27th Chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (1997–2001)
[173]
Hans G. Klemm A.M. 1996 4th U.S. Ambassador to East Timor (2007–2010) [174]
Laurence W. Lane Jr. A.B. 1942 17th U.S. Ambassador to Australia (concurrently, 1985–1989)
5th U.S. Ambassador to Nauru (concurrently, 1985–1989)
[175]
Mark Lippert A.B. 1997
A.M. 1998
U.S. Ambassador to South Korea (2014–present) [176]
Susan McCaw A.B. 1984 U.S. Ambassador to Austria (2006–2007) [177]
A.B., M.A. 1986 U.S. Ambassador to Russia (2012–2014), Professor, International Relations, Stanford
William T. Monroe A.B. 1972 14th U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain (2004–2007) [178]
Richard Morningstar LL.M. 1970 10th U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan (2012–present)
14th U.S. Ambassador to the EU (1999–2001)
[179]
Louis O'Neill A.B. 1990
A.M. 1992
U.S. Ambassador to the OSCE (2006–2008) [180]
Herbert S. Okun A.B. 1951 3rd U.S. Ambassador to East Germany (1980–1983) [181]
Carlos Pascual A.B. 1980 U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (2009–2011)
4th U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine (2000–2003)
[182]
Susan Rice A.B. 1986 27th U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. (2009–present) [183]
Thomas T. Riley B.S. 1972 U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (2003–2009) [184]
John Roos A.B. 1977
J.D. 1980
U.S. Ambassador to Japan (2009–present) [185]
Ronald P. Spogli A.B. 1970 U.S. Ambassador to Italy (2005–2009) [186]
Robert H. Tuttle A.B. 1965 U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2005–2009) [172]
James B. Warlick, Jr. A.B. 1978 U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria (2010–2012) [187]
Earl Anthony Wayne A.B. 1973 U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (2011–present)
U.S. Ambassador to Argentina (2007–2009)
[188]
Alice Wells A.B. 1985 U.S. Ambassador to Jordan (2014–present) [189]
Alexa L. Wesner A.B. 1994 U.S. Ambassador to Austria (2013–present) [190]
William A. Wilson B.S. 1936
M.S. 1937
1st U.S. Ambassador to Vatican City (1984–1986) [191]

Other diplomats[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Goli Ameri A.B. 1977
A.M. 1979
Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, 2008–2009 [192]
Eric J. Boswell A.B. 1970 4th and 9th Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security, 1996–1998 and 2008–2012 [193]
William Denman Eberle 4th U.S. Trade Representative, 1971–1975 [194]
Cheryl Mills J.D. 1990 29th Counselor of the U.S. State Department, 2009–2013 [195]
Susan Schwab A.M. 1977 15th U.S. Trade Representative, 2006–2009 [196]

Lieutenant Governors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Bill Halter A.B. 1983 14th Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas [197]
Brian Krolicki A.B. 1983 33rd Lieutenant Governor of Nevada [198]
Loren Leman A.M. 1973 10th Lieutenant Governor of Alaska [199]
Gail Schoettler A.B. 1965 44th Lieutenant Governor of Colorado [200]
Tina Smith Unknown 48th Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota [201]

U.S. Statewide officials other than Governors/Lieutenant Governors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Kathleen Brown A.B. 1967 29th California State Treasurer [202]
March Fong Eu Ed.D. 1954 25th California Secretary of State [203]
Doug La Follette M.S. 1964 28th and 30th Wisconsin Secretary of State [204]
Ross Miller A.B. 1998 16th Nevada Secretary of State [205]
Steve Poizner M.B.A. 1980 California Insurance Commissioner [206]
Robert Y. Thornton A.B. 1932 8th Oregon Attorney General [207]
John Van de Kamp LL.B. 1959 28th California Attorney General [208]
Steve Westly A.B. 1978
M.B.A. 1983
30th California State Controller [209]
Ted Wheeler A.B. 1985 28th Oregon State Treasurer [210]
Justin Wilson A.B. 1967 34th Tennessee State Comptroller of the Treasury [211]

California State Legislators[edit]

U.S. State Legislators outside California[edit]

Other non-U.S. political officials[edit]

Other U.S. political officials[edit]

Law[edit]

National Supreme Court Justices[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Stephen Breyer A.B. 1959 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1994–present)
Chief Judge of the First Circuit Court of Appeals (1990–1994)
Judge of the First Circuit Court of Appeals (1980–1990)
[213]
Sian Elias J.S.M. 1972 1st Female and 12th Chief Justice of New Zealand (1999–present) [214]
Anthony Kennedy A.B. 1958 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1988–present)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1975–1988)
[215]
Sandra Day O'Connor A.B. 1950
LL.B. 1952
1st Female Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1981–2006)
Judge of the Arizona Court of Appeals (1979–1981)
1st Female U.S. State Senate Majority Leader (1973–1975)
Arizona State Senator (1969–1975)
[216]
William Rehnquist A.B. 1948
A.M. 1948
LL.B. 1952
Chief Justice of the United States (1986–2005)
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1972–1986)
[217]

U.S. Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judges[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Carlos Bea A.B. 1956, LL.B. 1958 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2003–present) [218]
Consuelo Maria Callahan A.B. 1972 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2003–present)
Associate Justice of the California Third District Court of Appeal (1996–2003)
[219]
Richard Harvey Chambers LL.B. 1932 Chief Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1959–1976)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1954–1959)
[220]
Benjamin C. Duniway LL.B. 1931 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1961–1976)
Associate Justice of the California First District Court of Appeal (1959–1961)
[221]
Raymond C. Fisher LL.B. 1966 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1999–2013) [222]
Betty Binns Fletcher A.B. 1943 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1979–1998) [223]
Michelle T. Friedland B.S. 1995
J.D. 2000
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2014–present) [224]
Cynthia Holcomb Hall A.B. 1951
LL.B. 1954
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1984–1997)
Judge of the Central District of California (1981–1984)
[225]
Shirley Hufstedler LL.B. 1949 1st United States Secretary of Education (1979–1981)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1968–1979)
Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Five (1966–1968)
[226]
Procter R. Hug Jr. LL.B. 1958 Chief Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1996–2000)
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1977–1996; 2000–2002)
[227]
Gilbert H. Jertberg A.B. 1920
LL.B. 1922
Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1958–1967)
Judge of the Southern District of California (1955–1958)
[228]
Dal Millington Lemmon A.B. 1908 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1954–1958)
Judge of the Northern District of California (1947–1954)
[229]
William Albert Norris LL.B. 1954 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1980–1994) [230]
John B. Owens J.D. 1996 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2014–present) [231]
Pamela Ann Rymer LL.B. 1964 Judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (1989–2011)
Judge of the Central District of California (1983–1989)
[232]

U.S. Federal Court of Appeals Judges outside the Ninth Circuit[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Cheryl Ann Krause J.D. 1993 Judge of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals (2014–present) [233]
Scott Matheson Jr. A.B. 1975 Judge of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals (2010–present) [234]
Justin Miller A.B. 1911
LL.B. 1914
Judge of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals (1937–1945) [235]
John M. Rogers A.B. 1970 Judge of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (2002–present) [236]
Oliver Seth A.B. 1937 Chief Judge of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals (1977–1984)
Judge of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals (1962–1977)
[237]
Sri Srinivasan A.B. 1989
M.B.A. 1995
J.D. 1995
Judge of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals (2013–present) [238]

U.S. Federal District Court Judges for the Northern District of California[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Samuel Conti LL.B. 1948 Judge of the Northern District of California (1970–1987) [239]
James Donato J.D. 1998 Judge of the Northern District of California (2014–present) [240]
Jeremy Fogel A.B. 1971 Judge of the Northern District of California (1998–2014)
Director of the Federal Judicial Center (2011–present)
[241]
Haywood Gilliam J.D. 1994 Judge of the Northern District of California (2014–present) [242]
Phyllis J. Hamilton A.B. 1974 Chief Judge of the Northern District of California (2014–present)
Judge of the Northern District of California (2000–2014)
[243]
Susan Illston J.D. 1973 Judge of the Northern District of California (1995–2013) [244]
Charles A. Legge A.B. 1952
LL.B. 1954
Judge of the Northern District of California (1984–2001) [245]
Robert F. Peckham A.B. 1941
LL.B. 1945
Chief Judge of the Northern District of California (1976–1988)
Judge of the Northern District of California (1966–1976)
[246]
Fern M. Smith A.B. 1972
J.D. 1975
Judge of the Northern District of California (1988–2003) [247]
Vaughn Walker LL.B. 1970 Chief Judge of the Northern District of California (2004–2010)
Judge of the Northern District of California (1989–2004; 2010–2011)
[248]
James Ware J.D. 1972 Chief Judge of the Northern District of California (2010–2012)
Judge of the Northern District of California (1990–2010)
[249]
Stanley Weigel A.B. 1926
LL.B. 1928
Judge of the Northern District of California (1962–1982) [250]
Claudia Wilken A.B. 1971 Chief Judge of the Northern District of California (2012–2014)
Judge of the Northern District of California (1993–2012)
[251]

U.S. Federal District Court Judges in California outside the Northern District[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Jesus G. Bernal J.D. 1989 Judge of the Central District of California (2012–present) [252]
Benjamin F. Bledsoe A.B. 1896 Judge of the Southern District of California (1914–1925) [253]
Rudi M. Brewster LL.B. 1960 Judge of the Southern District of California (1984–1998) [254]
Irma Elsa Gonzalez A.B. 1970 Chief Judge of the Southern District of California (2005–2012)
Judge of the Southern District of California (1992–2005; 2012–2013)
[255]
Harry Lindley Hupp A.B. 1953
LL.B. 1955
Judge of the Central District of California (1984–1997) [256]
Fred Kunzel A.B. 1925
LL.B. 1927
Chief Judge of the Southern District of California (1967–1969)
Judge of the Southern District of California (1959–1967)
[257]
David F. Levi J.D. 1980 Chief Judge of the Eastern District of California (2003–2007)
Judge of the Eastern District of California (1990–2003)
[258]
Lawrence Tupper Lydick A.B. 1938
LL.B. 1942
Judge of the Central District of California (1971–1984) [259]
Linda Hodge McLaughlin A.B. 1963 Judge of the Central District of California (1992–1999) [260]
John A. Mendez A.B. 1977 Judge of the Eastern District of California (2008–present) [261]
Kimberly J. Mueller J.D. 1995 Judge of the Eastern District of California (2010–present) [262]
S. James Otero J.D. 1976 Judge of the Central District of California (2003–present) [263]
John S. Rhoades Sr. A.B. 1948 Judge of the Southern District of California (1985–1995) [264]
George P. Schiavelli A.B. 1970 Judge of the Central District of California (2004–2008) [265]
James V. Selna A.B. 1967
LL.B. 1970
Judge of the Central District of California (2003–present) [266]
Christina A. Snyder J.D. 1972 Judge of the Central District of California (1997–2016) [267]

U.S. Federal District Court Judges Outside California[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Wayne Edward Alley A.B. 1952
LL.B. 1957
Judge of the Western District of Oklahoma (1985–1999) [268]
D. Brook Bartlett LL.B. 1962 Chief Judge of the Western District of Missouri (1995–2000)
Judge of the Western District of Missouri (1981–1995)
[269]
Laurie Smith Camp A.B. 1974 Judge of the District of Nebraska (2011–present)
Judge of the District of Nebraska (2001–2011)
[270]
Paul G. Cassell A.B. 1979
J.D. 1984
Judge of the District of Utah (2002–2007) [271]
Deborah K. Chasanow J.D. 1974 Chief Judge of the District of Maryland (2010–2014)
Judge of the District of Maryland (1993–2010)
[272]
Dana L. Christensen A.B. 1973 Chief Judge of the District of Montana (2013–present)
Judge of the District of Montana (2011–2013)
[273]
Christopher R. Cooper J.D. 1993 Judge of the District of Columbia (2014–present) [274]
Walter Early Craig A.B. 1931
LL.B. 1934
Chief Judge of the District of Arizona (1973–1979)
Judge of the District of Arizona (1963–1973)
[275]
Gary Feinerman J.D. 1991 Judge of the Northern District of Illinois (2010–present) [276]
Joan B. Gottschall J.D. 1973 Judge of the Northern District of Illinois (1996–2012) [277]
Thomas P. Griesa LL.B. 1958 Chief Judge of the Southern District of New York (1993–2000)
Judge of the Southern District of New York (1972–1993)
[278]
Brian Morris A.B. 1986
A.M. 1987
J.D. 1992
Judge of the District of Montana (2013–present)
Associate Justice of the Montana Supreme Court (2004–2013)
[279]
Halil Suleyman Ozerden J.D. 1998 Judge of the Southern District of Mississippi (2007–present) [280]
Gene E. K. Pratter A.B. 1971 Judge of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2004–present) [281]
John Rolly Ross LL.B. 1926 Chief Judge of the District of Nevada (1961–1963)
Judge of the District of Nevada (1954–1961)
[282]
Manish S. Shah A.B. 1994 Judge of the Northern District of Illinois (2014–present) [283]
Gus J. Solomon LL.B. 1929 Chief Judge of the District of Oregon (1958–1971)
Judge of the District of Oregon (1950–1958)
[284]
Richard G. Stearns A.B. 1968 Judge of the District of Massachusetts (1993–present) [285]
Bruce R. Thompson LL.B. 1936 Judge of the District of Nevada (1963–1978) [286]
David Keith Winder LL.B. 1958 Chief Judge of the Judge of the District of Utah (1993–1997)
Judge of the District of Utah (1979–1993)
[287]

U.S. State Supreme Court Chief Justices[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Walter L. Carpeneti A.B. 1967 12th Chief Justice of Alaska (2009–2012)
Associate Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court (1998–2009; 2012–2013)
[288]
Wallace P. Carson, Jr. A.B. 1956 40th Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court (1991–2005)
Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court (1982–1991; 2005–2006)
Oregon State Senate Minority Leader (1975–1977)
Oregon State Senator (1971–1977)
Oregon State House Majority Leader (1969–1970)
Oregon State Representative (1967–1971)
[289]
Barbara Durham LL.B. 1968 1st Female Chief Justice of the Washington Supreme Court (1995–1998)
Associate Justice of the Washington Supreme Court (1985–1995, 1998–1999)
[290]
Ronald M. George LL.B. 1964 27th Chief Justice of California (1996–2011)
Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (1991–1996)
[291]
Charles E. Jones LL.B. 1962 Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court (2002–2005)
Associate Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court (1996–2002)
[292]
Warren Matthews A.B. 1961 8th and 12th Chief Justice of Alaska (1987–1990, 1997–2000)
Associate Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court (1977–1987, 1990–1997, 2000–2009)
[293]
Ernest McFarland A.M. 1922
LL.B. 1924
Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court (1968–1968)
Associate Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court (1964–1968)
10th Governor of Arizona (1955–1959)
8th United States Senate Majority Leader (1951–1953)
United States Senator (1941–1953)
[118]
Albert L. Rendlen Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court (1983–1985)
Associate Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court (1977–1983; 1985–1992)
[294]
Chase T. Rogers A.B. 1979 2nd Female and 37th Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court (2007–present) [295]
Gordon R. Thompson LL.B. 1943 Chief Justice of the Nevada Supreme Court (1966–1968, 1973–1974)
Associate Justice of the Nevada Supreme Court (1961–1965, 1969–1972, 1975–1980)
[296]
Donald Wright A.B. 1929 24th Chief Justice of California (1970–1977) [297]

U.S. State Supreme Court Associate Justices[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Brent R. Appel A.B. 1973
A.M. 1973
Associate Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court (2006–present) [298]
William P. Clark, Jr. A.B. 1953 Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (1973–1981)
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State (1981–1982)
U.S. National Security Advisor (1982–1983)
44th U.S. Secretary of the Interior
[299]
Cathy Cochran A.B. 1966 Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (2001–2015) [300]
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar Ph.D. 2000 Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (2015–present) [301]
Allison Eid A.B. 1987 Associate Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court (2006–present) [302]
Rebecca Love Kourlis A.B. 1973
J.D. 1976
Associate Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court (1995–2006) [303]
Steven H. Levinson A.B. 1968 Associate Justice of the Hawaii Supreme Court (1992–2008) [304]
Goodwin Liu B.S. 1991 Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (2011–present) [305]
Monica Márquez A.B. 1991 Associate Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court (2010–present) [306]
Marshall F. McComb A.B. 1917 Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (1956–1977) [307]
Charles L. McNary A.B. 1897 Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court (1913–1915)
United States Senator (1917–1944)
United States Senate Minority Leader (1933–1944)
[119]
Lee Metcalf A.B. 1936 Associate Justice of the Montana Supreme Court (1947–1953)
U.S. Congressman (1953–1961)
United States Senator (1961–1978)
[121]
Carlos R. Moreno J.D. 1975 9th U.S. Ambassador to Belize (2014–2017)
Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (2001–2011)
Judge of the Central District of California (1998–2001)
[308][309]
William A. Neumann LL.B. 1968 Associate Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court (1993–2005) [310]
Frank K. Richardson A.B. 1935
LL.B. 1938
Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (1974–1983) [311]
Robert S. Smith A.B. 1965 Associate Judge of the New York Court of Appeals (2004–2014) [312]
Jacob Tanzer Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court (1980–1982)
Judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals (1973–1975; 1976–1980)
[313]

California Second District Court of Appeal Justices[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Richard W. Abbe A.B. 1950 Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Six (1982–1990) [314]
Gerold C. Dunn A.B. 1934
LL.B. 1938
Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Four (1968–1977) [315]
John J. Ford A.B. 1928 Presiding Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Three (1966–1977)
Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Three (1959–1966)
[316]
Elizabeth A. Grimes J.D. 1980 Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Eight (2010–present) [317]
Richard M. Mosk A.B. 1960 Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Five (2001–2016) [318]
Dennis M. Perluss A.B. 1970 Presiding Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Seven (2003–present)
Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Seven (2001–2003)
[319]
William A. Reppy A.B. 1934 Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Five (1968–1972) [320]
Kathryn Doi Todd A.B. 1963 Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Two (2001–2013)
First female Asian American judge in the history of the United States (1978)
[321]
Walton J. Wood A.B. 1901 Associate Justice of the California Second District Court of Appeal, Division Two (1935–1945)
First public defender in the history of the United States (1914–1921)
[322]

California Court of Appeal Justices outside the Second District[edit]

U.S. state appellate court judges outside California[edit]

Other[edit]

Stanford faculty and affiliates[edit]

Biology/biochemistry/medicine[edit]

Chemistry[edit]

Graduate School of Business[edit]

Communication[edit]

Computer science[edit]

Donald Knuth in 2005

Economics[edit]

Education[edit]

Engineering[edit]

History[edit]

International relations[edit]

Law[edit]

Linguistics[edit]

  • Arto Tapani Anttila, Associate Professor of Linguistics
  • Cleo Condoravdi, Research Professor of Linguistics
  • Judith Degen, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
  • Penelope D. Eckert, Albert Ray Lang Professor and Professor, by courtesy, of Cultural and Social Anthropology
  • Vera Gribanova, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
  • Boris Harizanov, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
  • Dan Jurafsky, Professor of Linguistics and of Computer Science, and Chair, Department of Linguistics
  • Martin Kay, Professor of Linguistics
  • Paul V. Kiparsky, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences
  • Daniel H. Lassiter, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
  • Beth Levin, William H. Bonsall Professor in the Humanities
  • Christopher D. Manning, Thomas M. Siebel Professor in Machine Learning, Professor of Linguistics and of Computer Science
  • Robert Jay Podesva, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
  • Christopher G. Potts, Professor of Linguistics and, by courtesy, of Computer Science; and Director of the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI)
  • Meghan Sumner, Emeritus Faculty
  • Joan W. Bresnan, Sadie Dernham Patek Professor in Humanities, Emerita
  • Eve V. Clark, Richard Lyman Professor in the Humanities, Emerita
  • Shirley B. Heath, Margery Bailey Professor in English and Dramatic Literature and Professor of Linguistics, Emerita
  • Will Leben, Professor of Linguistics, Emeritus
  • Stanley Peters, Professor of Linguistics, Emeritus
  • John R. Rickford, J. E. Wallace Sterling Professor in the Humanities, Emeritus (recalled to active duty 2017-2019)
  • Elizabeth Traugott, Professor of Linguistics and of English, Emerita
  • Tom Wasow, Clarence Irving Lewis Professor in Philosophy and Professor of Linguistics, Emeritus and Academic Secretary to the University
  • H. Samy Alim, Professor of Education and, by courtesy, of Linguistics and of Anthropology
  • James A. Fox, Associate Professor of Anthropology and, by courtesy, of Iberian and Latin American Cultures and of Linguistics
  • Michael C. Frank, Associate Professor of Psychology and, by courtesy, of Linguistics
  • Noah Goodman, Associate Professor of Psychology and, by courtesy, of Computer Science and of Linguistics
  • Miyako Inoue, Associate Professor of Anthropology and, by courtesy, of Linguistics
  • Yoshiko Matsumoto, Yamato Ichihashi Chair in Japanese History and Civilization and Professor, by courtesy, of Linguistics
  • Jay McClelland, Lucie Stern Professor in the Social Sciences and Professor, by courtesy, of Linguistics
  • Jonathan Daniel Rosa, Assistant Professor of Education and, by courtesy, of Linguistics and of Anthropology
  • Chao Fen Sun, Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and, by courtesy, of Linguistics

Literature and arts[edit]

Mathematics and statistics[edit]

Political science[edit]

Philosophy[edit]

Physics[edit]

Psychology[edit]

  • Richard Atkinson, professor of psychology 1956–1980, former president, University of California
  • Albert Bandura, professor of psychology since 1964, David Starr Jordan Professor of Social Science in Psychology since 1973, known for his work on social learning theory and, more recently, on social cognitive theory and self efficacy
  • Gordon H. Bower, professor of psychology, 2005 National Medal of Science winner
  • Roger Shepard, professor of psychology, National Medal of Science winner
  • Edward Kellog Strong, Jr. (1884–1963), professor of psychology at Stanford University from 1923 to 1963
  • Lewis Terman, former professor, pioneer in I.Q. testing
  • Philip Zimbardo, former professor of psychology, former president of the APA, researcher

Hoover Fellows[edit]

  • George Schultz (born 1920), Former Secretary of State (1982–1989), Secretary of Labor (1969–1970), and Secretary of the Treasury (1972–1974), also lectures at the Graduate School of Business
  • James Mattis Hoover Fellow (2013-2017) Secretary of Defense (2017-)[325]

Coaches[edit]

  • Payton Jordan, track coach from 1957 to 1979; head coach of the 1968 US Olympic track team
  • Bill Walsh, twice head coach of the football team; also served as interim athletic director; coach of the three-time Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers; inventor of the West Coast Offense
  • Glenn Scobey Warner, College Football Hall of Fame coach known as "Pop" Warner, brought the following mechanics to football: the screen pass, spiral punt, single- and double-wing formations, the use of shoulder and thigh pads, designed helmets red for backs and white for ends

Other[edit]

Stanford athletes[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Sam Fuld, all-time Stanford runs leader

Basketball[edit]

Football[edit]

Golf[edit]

Tiger Woods spent two years at Stanford.

Gymnastics[edit]

Rowing[edit]

Soccer[edit]

Swimming[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Track and field[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Water polo[edit]

Other sports[edit]

Notable current students[edit]

Fictional Stanford alumni[edit]

In film[edit]

In literature[edit]

In television[edit]

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