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List of Harvard University people

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The list of Harvard University people includes notable graduates, professors, and administrators affiliated with Harvard University. For a list of notable non-graduates of Harvard, see notable non-graduate alumni of Harvard. For a list of Harvard's presidents, see President of Harvard University.

Eight Presidents of the United States have graduated from Harvard University: John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, John F. Kennedy, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Bush graduated from Harvard Business School, Hayes and Obama from Harvard Law School, and the others from Harvard College.

Over 150 Nobel Prize winners have been associated with the University as alumni, researchers or faculty.

Nobel laureates

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Philip W. Anderson (1923–2020) College 1943; PhD 1949 Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1977) [1]
Christian B. Anfinsen (1916–1995) PhD 1943 Biochemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1972) [2]
Abhijit Banerjee (born 1961) Ph.D 1988 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (2019)
J. Michael Bishop (born 1936) PhD 1962 Immunology; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1989)
Percy W. Bridgman (1882–1961) College 1904; A.M. 1905; PhD 1908; Professor Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1946) [3]
Ralph Bunche (1904–1971) A.M. 1928; PhD 1934 Diplomat; Nobel Peace Prize winner (1950) [4]
Mario Capecchi (born 1937) PhD 1967 Geneticist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2007)
Martin Chalfie (born 1947) College 1969, PhD. 1979 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (2008)
Donald J. Cram (1919–2001) PhD 1947 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1987) [5]
Edward Adelbert Doisy (1893–1986) PhD 1920 Biochemist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1943)
T. S. Eliot (1888–1965) College 1909; A.M. 1910; PhD (not conferred) 1914 Poet; Nobel Prize in Literature winner (1948) [6]
John Franklin Enders (1897–1985) PhD 1930 Scientist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1954) [7]
Daniel Carleton Gajdusek (1923–2008) PhD. 1946 Physician, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1976)
Walter Gilbert (born 1932) College 1953; professor Molecular biologist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1980) [8]
Sheldon Lee Glashow (born 1932) PhD 1959; professor Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1979) [9]
Roy J. Glauber (1925–2018) College 1946; PhD 1949; Professor Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (2005) [10]
Al Gore (born 1948) College 1969 Vice President of the United States; global climate change activist; Nobel Peace Prize winner (2007)
Dudley R. Herschbach (born 1932) A.M. 1956; PhD 1958; Professor Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1986) [11]
George H. Hitchings (1905–1998) PhD. 1933 Physician, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1988)
Roald Hoffman (born 1937) PhD 1962 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1981) [12]
H. Robert Horvitz (born 1947) A.M. 1972; PhD 1974 Biologist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2002) [13]
Charles Brenton Huggins (1901–1997) Medical 1924 Physician; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1941)
Eric Kandel (born 1929) College 1948 Neuropsychiatry; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2000)
Jerome Karle (1918–2013) A.M. 1938 Physical chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1985) [14]
Martin Karplus (born 1930) College 1950 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (2013)
Henry Kissinger (born 1923) College 1950, PhD. 1954 Political scientist; Nobel Peace Prize winner (1973)
William S. Knowles (1917–2012) College 1939 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (2001) [15]
Walter Kohn (1923–2016) PhD. 1948 Theoretical physics; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1998)
Roger D. Kornberg (born 1947) College 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (2006) [16]
Michael Kremer (born 1964) College 1985, Ph.D 1992 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (2019)
Eric Maskin (born 1950) College 1972; A.M. 1974; PhD 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics winner (2007) [17]
David Morris Lee (born 1931) College 1952 Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics (1996) [18]
Craig Mello (born 1960) PhD 1962 Biologist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2006)
Merton Miller (1923–2000) College 1944 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (1990) [19]
George Minot (1885–1950) College 1908; Medical 1912 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1934) [20]
David A. Morse (1907–1990) Law 1932 Nobel Peace Prize winner (1969) [21]
Ben Roy Mottelson (born 1926) PhD 1950 Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1975) [22]
William P. Murphy (1892–1987) Medical 1922 Physician, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1934) [23]
Joseph E. Murray (1919–2012) Medical 1943 Surgeon; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1990) [24]
Roger Myerson (born 1951) College 1973, PhD 1976 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (2007)
Barack Obama (born 1961) Law 1991 President of the United States; Nobel Peace Prize winner (2009) [25]
Bertil Ohlin (1899–1979) A.M. 1923 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (1977)
Saul Perlmutter (born 1959) College 1981 Astrophysics; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (2011)
Hugh David Politzer (born 1949) PhD 1974 Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics (2004)
Edward Mills Purcell (1912–1997) A.M.; PhD; Professor Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1952) [26]
Theodore W. Richards (1868–1928) PhD 1888; Professor Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1914) [27]
Adam Riess (born 1969) PhD 1996 Astrophysics; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (2011)
Frederick C. Robbins (1916–2003) Medical 1940 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1954) [28]
Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) College 1880 Nobel Peace Prize winner (1906)
James Rothman (born 1950) PhD, 1976 Cell biologist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2013)
Paul Samuelson (1915–2009) A.M. 1936; PhD 1941 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (1970) [29]
Juan Manuel Santos (born 1951) HKS 1981 President of Colombia; Nobel Peace Prize winner (2016) [30]
Thomas J. Sargent (born 1943) PhD 1968 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (2011)
Thomas Schelling (1921–2016) PhD 1951 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (2005)
Brian Schmidt (born 1967) PhD 1993 Astrophysics; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (2011)
Richard R. Schrock (born 1945) PhD 1971 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2005)
Gregg L. Semenza (born 1956) College 1978 Oncology; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2019)
Lloyd Shapley (1923–2016) College 1948 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (2012) [31]
Christopher A. Sims (born 1942) College 1963 PhD 1968 Economist; Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner (2011)
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (born 1938) HKS 1971 President of Liberia; Nobel Peace Prize winner (2011) [32]
George Smith (born 1941) PhD 1970 Biologist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2018)
Vernon L. Smith (born 1927) PhD 1955 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (2002) [33]
George Davis Snell (1903–1996) PhD 1930 Geneticist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1980)
Robert M. Solow (born 1924) College 1947; A.M. 1949; PhD 1951 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (1987) [34]
A. Michael Spence (born 1943) PhD 1972 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (2001) [35]
William Howard Stein (1911–1980) College 1933 Biochemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1972) [36]
Ralph M. Steinman (1943–2011) PhD 1968 Immunology; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (2011)
Thomas A. Steitz (1940–2018) PhD 1966 Biochemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (2009)
James B. Sumner (1887–1955) College 1910; PhD 1914 Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (1946) [37]
Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr. (born 1941) PhD 1968 Astrophysics; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1993)
E. Donnall Thomas (1920–2012) MD 1946 Physician, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1990) [38]
James Tobin (1918–2002) College 1939; A.M. 1940 Economist; Nobel Prize in Economics winner (1981) [39]
Roger Y. Tsien (1952–2016) College 1972 Biochemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner (2008)
Thomas H. Weller (1915–2008) PhD 1940 Virologist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1954) [40]
Kenneth G. Wilson (1936–2013) College 1956 Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1956) [41]
John H. van Vleck (1899–1980) PhD 1922; Professor Physicist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (1977) [42]
Harold E. Varmus (born 1939) A.M. 1962 Scientist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner (1989) [43]
David J. Wineland (born 1944) PhD 1970 Scientist; Nobel Prize in Physics winner (2012) [44]

Pulitzer Prize winners

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Henry Adams (1838–1918) College 1858; Professor Historian, novelist [45]
John Coolidge Adams (born 1947) College 1969; A.M. 1971 Composer [46]
James Agee (1909–1955) College 1932 Novelist, screenwriter [47]
Liaquat Ahamed (born 1952) M.A. Author
Conrad Aiken (1889–1973) College 1912 Poet, writer [48]
John Ashbery (1927–2017) College 1949 Poet [49]
Brooks Atkinson (1894–1984) College 1917 Theater critic [50]
Bernard Bailyn (born 1922) A.M. 1947; PhD 1953; Professor 1961– Historian [51]
Walter Jackson Bate (1918–1999) College 1939 Historian
James Phinney Baxter III (1893–1975) PhD 1926 Historian
William M. Beecher (born 1933) College Journalist
Samuel Flagg Bemis (1891–1973) PhD 1916 Historian
Frank Bidart (born 1939) A.M. 1967 Poet
Herbert P. Bix (born 1938) PhD Historian
Daniel J. Boorstin (1914–2004) College 1934 Historian, Librarian of Congress [52][53]
Robert Boyd (1928–2019) College 1949 Journalist
Van Wyck Brooks (1886–1963) College 1908 Historian
Paul Herman Buck (1899–1978) M.A. 1924 Historian
Robert Campbell (born 1937) College 1958, Graduate School of Design 1967 Boston Globe architecture critic [54]
Elliott Carter (1908–2012) College 1932 Composer [55]
Alfred D. Chandler Jr. (1918–2007) College 1940; Professor Historian
Edward Channing (1856–1931) College 1878 Historian
Robert Coles (born 1929) College 1950 Author
Holland Cotter (born 1947) College 1970 Journalist
Merle Curti (1897–1996) College 1920 Historian
William O. Dapping (1880–1969) B.A. 1905 Journalist
David Brion Davis (1927–2019) PhD 1955 Historian
Bernard DeVoto (1897–1955) College 1920 Historian
Jared Diamond (born 1937) College 1958 Author, biologist [56]
John W. Dower (born 1938) PhD 1972 Historian
Richard Eder (1932–2014) College 1954 Los Angeles Times journalist [54]
Caroline Elkins (born 1969) PhD 2001 Historian
Will Englund (born 1953) College 1975 Journalist
David Fahrenthold (born 1978) College 2000 Journalist [57]
Susan Faludi (born 1959) College 1981 Author, journalist [58]
Mark Feeney (born 1957) College 1979 Boston Globe journalist [54]
Herbert Feis (1893–1972) College 1916 Historian
James Thomas Flexner (1908–2003) College 1926 Historian
Caroline Fraser PhD 1987 Biographer
Sydney P. Freedberg College 1976 Journalist
Alix M. Freedman (born 1957) College 1979 Journalist
Daniel Golden (born 1957) College 1978 Journalist
Ellen Goodman (born 1941) Radcliffe 1963 Boston Globe columnist [59]
Doris Kearns Goodwin (born 1943) PhD 1968 Historian, author [60]
Annette Gordon-Reed (born 1958) Law 1984; Professor Historian
Linda Greenhouse (born 1947) Radcliffe 1968 New York Times journalist [61]
Richard Grozier (1887–1946) College 1909 Editor
Cornelia Grumman (born 1963) KSG 1989 Journalist
David Halberstam (1934–2007) College 1955 Author [62]
Oscar Handlin (1915–2011) M.A. 1935 Historian
Marcus Lee Hansen (1892–1938) PhD 1928 Historian
Laurie Hays College 1979 Journalist
Tim Hays (1907–2011) Law 1942 Publisher
John Harbison (born 1938) College 1960 Composer [63]
Robert Hillyer (1895–1961) College 1917 Poet
Daniel Walker Howe (born 1937) College 1959 Journalist
Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe (1864–1960) A.M. 1888 Author
Henry James (1879–1947) College 1899 Biographer
Joseph Kahn (born 1964) College 1987 Journalist
Michael Kammen (1936–2013) PhD 1964 Historian
Peter R. Kann (born 1942) College Journalist
Justin Kaplan (1925–2014) College 1944 Biographer
Stanley Karnow (1925–2013) College 1947 Journalist
John F. Kennedy (1917–1963) College 1940 U.S. President [64]
Tracy Kidder (born 1945) College 1967 Author
Edward M. Kingsbury (1854–1946) College 1875 Historian
Charles Krauthammer (1950–2018) Medical 1975 Washington Post columnist [65]
Nicholas D. Kristof (born 1959) College 1981 New York Times columnist [66]
Stanley Kunitz (1905–2006) College 1926; A.M. 1927 Poet, U.S. Poet Laureate [67]
Oliver La Farge (1901–1963) College 1924 Author
Oliver Larkin (1896–1970) College 1918 Art historian [68]
Edward J. Larson (born 1953) Law 1979 Historian
William L. Laurence (1888–1977) Law Journalist
Joseph Lelyveld (born 1937) College 1958 Journalist
Anthony Lewis (1927–2013) College 1948 New York Times columnist [69]
R. W. B. Lewis (1917–2002) College 1939 Biographer
Walter Lippmann (1889–1974) College 1910 Journalist
J. Anthony Lukas (1933–1997) College 1955 Journalist [70]
Robert Lowell (1917–1977) Dropped out Poet [71]
John E. Mack (1929–2004) Medical 1955 Psychiatrist, writer, professor at Harvard University School of Medicine
Archibald MacLeish (1892–1982) Law 1919 Poet, writer [72]
John P. Marquand (1893–1960) College 1915 Novelist
Megan Marshall (born 1954) College 1977 Biographer
John Matteson (born 1961) Law 1986 Biographer
Garrett Mattingly (1900–1962) College 1923 Historian
Charles Howard McIlwain (1871–1968) M.A. 1903 Historian
James Alan McPherson (1943–2016) Law 1968 Essayist
Zachary Mider College 2000 Journalist
Jack Miles (born 1942) PhD 1971 Historian
Paul Moravec (born 1957) College 1980 Composer, professor [73]
Samuel Eliot Morison (1887–1976) College 1908; PhD 1912; Professor Historian [74]
Siddhartha Mukherjee (born 1970) M.D. 2000 Author
Steven Naifeh (born 1952) Law 1977 Biographer
Evan Osnos (born 1976) College 1998 Journalist
Vernon Louis Parrington (1871–1929) College 1893 Historian
Frederic L. Paxson (1877–1948) M.A. Historian
Ralph Barton Perry (1876–1957) PhD 1899 Philopsopher
Walter Piston (1894–1976) College 1924 Composer
Sumner Chilton Powell (1924–1993) PhD 1956 Historian
Jack N. Rakove (born 1947) PhD 1975 Historian
Samantha Power (born 1970) Law 1999; Professor Writer [75]
Richard Read (born 1957) Nieman fellow 1996–97 Journalist [76][77]
Tom Reiss (born 1964) College 1987 Journalist
David E. Sanger (born 1960) College 1982 Journalist [78]
Charlie Savage (born 1975) College 1998 Journalist
Sydney Schanberg (1934–2016) College 1955 Journalist [79]
Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. (1917–2007) College 1938; professor Historian, advisor to John F. Kennedy [80]
Carl Emil Schorske (1915–2015) PhD 1950 Historian
Lloyd Schwartz (born 1941) PhD 1976 Author
Roger Sessions (1896–1985) College 1915 Composer
Neil Sheehan (born 1936) College 1958 Journalist [81]
Odell Shepard (1884–1967) PhD 1917 Historian
Richard H.P. Sia (born 1953) College 1975 Journalist [57]
Gregory White Smith (1951–2014) Law 1978 Biographer
Tracy K. Smith (born 1972) College 1994 Poet
Paul Starr (born 1949) PhD Academic
Farah Stockman (born 1974) College 1996 Journalist
Richard Strout (1898–1990) College 1919 Journalist
Cyrus Leo Sulzberger II (1912–1993) College 1934 Journalist
William Taubman (born 1940) College 1962 Biographer
Virgil Thomson (1896–1989) College 1923 Composer
John Updike (1932–2009) College 1954 Novelist, poet, short story writer, critic [82]
Peter Viereck (1916–2006) College 1937 Poet
Charles Warren (1868–1954) College 1889 Historian
Jonathan Weiner (born 1953) College 1976 Historian
George Weller (1907–2002) College 1929 Journalist [83]
Theodore White (1915–1986) College 1938 Journalist [84]
Colson Whitehead (born 1969) College 1991 Author
Linnie Marsh Wolfe (1881–1945) Radcliffe 1907 Biographer
Gordon S. Wood (born 1933) A.M. 1959; PhD 1964 Historian, professor [85]
Sheryl WuDunn (born 1959) M.B.A. 1986 Author
Yehudi Wyner (born 1929) M.A. Composer
Du Yun (born 1977) PhD Composer

Royalty and nobility

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah (born 1955) PhD Son of late Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah III Al-Salim Al-Sabah; Ambassador of Kuwait to the United States from 1993 to 2003; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait from 2003 to 2011; current Deputy Prime Minister of Kuwait; his elder brother is Sheikh Salem Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, former Defense and Interior Minister [86]
Aga Khan IV (born 1936) B.A. 1959 Born Prince Karim Aga Khan, he is the 49th and current Imam of Nizari Ismailism, and a descendant of Shah (Emperor) Fat′h-Ali Shah Qajar of the Persian Qajar dynasty [86]
Birendra Bir Bikram Shah (1945–2001) HKS 1968 King of Nepal
Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark (born 1968) Academic Exchange of one year (1992–1993) Member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg; Crown Prince of Denmark, therefore the heir apparent to the throne of Denmark; elder son of Queen Margrethe II and Henrik, the Prince Consort [86]
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan (1933–2003) College 1954 Son of Aga Khan III, the 48th Imam of Nizari Ismailism; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 1966–1978 [86]
Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi II, of Iran (1966–2011) PhD student at the time of his death Member of the Pahlavi Imperial Family of Iran (Persia); younger son of the former Shah of Persia (Emperor of Persia), Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, and his third wife Empress Farah Pahlavi; second in order of succession to the Iranian throne before the Iranian Revolution [86]
Mahidol Adulyadej, Prince of Songkla (1892–1929), from Siam (Thailand) Certificate in Public Health 1921, MD 1927 Member of the House of Chakri, of Siam (Thailand); son of King Chulalongkorn of Siam; father of King Ananda Mahidol (Rama VIII) and King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) of Thailand, grandfather of King Vajiralongkorn (Rama X) of Thailand; regarded as the father of modern medicine and public health of Thailand [86][87][88]
Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi I of Iran (1922–1954) B.A. Member of the Pahlavi Imperial Family of Iran (Persia); Reza Shah Pahlavi's second son; brother of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi; the last Shah of Persia (Iran) de facto [86]
Princess Ariana Austin Makonnen of Ethiopia (born 1984) wife of Prince Joel Dawit Makonnen; member of the Imperial House of Ethiopia through marriage [89]
Masako, Empress of Japan (born 1963) B.A. Consort of Emperor Naruhito, the first son of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko; member of the Imperial House of Japan through marriage [86]
Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein (born 1969) HBS, 1998 Son of Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein [90]
Nazrin Shah of Perak (born 1956) Masters; PhD Current Sultan of Perak, one of the Sultans of Malaysia, as a federal constitutional monarchy [86]
Prince Abdul Reza Pahlavi (1924–2004) M.A. Member of the Pahlavi Imperial Family of Iran (Persia); son of Reza Shah Pahlavi; brother of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi; the last Shah of Persia (Iran) de facto [86]
Catherine Oxenberg (born 1961) Member of the Serbian House of Karađorđević; Serbian American actress best known for her role as Amanda Carrington on the 1980s American prime time soap opera Dynasty; daughter of Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia and her first husband Howard Oxenberg, a Jewish dress manufacturer and close friend of the Kennedy family [86]
Prince William zu Lobkowicz (born 1961) B.A. Member of the high Bohemian nobility; member of the House of Lobkowicz, one of the oldest Bohemian noble families; his great-grandfather Ferdinand was the 10th Prince zu Lobkowicz when the Austro-Hungarian Empire collapsed, leaving the Bohemian nobility stripped of its legal privileges in 1919 [91]
Princess Maria Carolina Christina of Bourbon-Parma, Duchess of Guernica and Marchioness of Sala (born 1974) Member of the Royal and Ducal House of Bourbon-Parma, as well of the Dutch Royal Family; fourth and youngest child of Princess Irene of the Netherlands and Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma [86]
Prince Radu of Romania (born 1960) Executive Program 2004 Son-in-law of former King Michael I of Romania; in 1996 he married Princess Margareta of Romania, the king's eldest daughter and the Crown Princess of Romania, also known as the "Custodian of the Romanian Crown" [86]
Princess Sonam Dechen Wangchuck of Bhutan (born 1981) Law 2007 Sister of the current King of Bhutan; board member of the Tarayana Foundation [citation needed]

Science, technology, medicine, and mathematics

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Roger Adams (1889–1971) College 1909, PhD 1912 Pioneering organic chemist [92]
Howard H. Aiken (1900–1973) M.A. 1937; PhD 1939 Computer scientist; designer of the Harvard Mark I [93]
James Gilbert Baker (1914–2005) PhD 1942 Astronomer, optician [94]
John Bartlett (1784–1849) College 1805 Minister, founder of Massachusetts General Hospital [95]
Manjul Bhargava (born 1974) College 1996 Mathematician, Fields Medal winner
Craig Call Black (1932–1998) PhD 1962 Paleontologist
Francine D. Blau (born 1946) M.A. 1969; PhD 1975 Economist at the National Bureau of Economic Research, first woman to receive the IZA Prize in Labor Economics [96]
Hilary Blumberg College 1986 Professor of Psychiatric Neuroscience [97]
Dan Bricklin (born 1951) Business 1979 Creator of VisiCalc [98]
Fred Brooks (born 1931) PhD 1956 Turing Award laureate
Thomas H. Clark (1893–1996) College 1917; A.M. 1921; PhD 1923 Geologist; one of the top Canadian scientists of the 20th century; namesake of Thomasclarkite [99]
Mandy Cohen MPH 2004 Physician; Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, former Executive Director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and founding member of Doctors for America. [100]
Stephen Cook (born 1939) S.M. 1962; PhD 1966 Computer scientist [101]
Don Coppersmith S.M. 1975; PhD 1977 Computer scientist [102]
Leda Cosmides (born 1957) College 1979; PhD 1985 Evolutionary psychologist [103]
Robert K. Crane (1919–2010) PhD 1950 Biochemist [104]
Harvey Cushing (1869–1939) Medical 1895 Neurosurgeon
Elliott Cutler (1888–1947) College 1909, M.D. 1913; Professor Surgeon and medical educator [105]
Samuel J. Danishefsky (born 1936) PhD 1962 Chemist, winner of the Wolf Prize in Chemistry in 1995/96 [106]
Neil deGrasse Tyson (born 1958) College 1980 Astrophysicist, Director of the Hayden Planetarium, television host [107]
Fe Del Mundo (1909–2011) Medical 1938 National Scientist of the Philippines; pediatrician; recipient of Ramon Magsaysay Award; devised an incubator made out of bamboo, designed for use in rural communities without electrical power; the first woman admitted as a student at Harvard Medical School
Russell Doolittle (1931–2019) PhD, 1962 Biochemist [108]
Gideon Dreyfuss PhD 1978 Biochemist, HHMI investigator [109]
E. Allen Emerson (born 1954) PhD 1981 Turing Award laureate
Charles Epstein (1933–2011) Harvard Medical College 1959 Geneticist; injured by Ted Kaczynski a.k.a. Unabomber [110]
Paul Farmer (born 1959) Medical 1988; PhD 1990; Professor Founder of Partners in Health [111]
Lewis J. Feldman (born 1945) PhD 1975 Professor of plant biology at the University of California, Berkeley [112]
Rabab Fetieh (born 1954) Dental 1987 First Saudi Arabian female orthodontist
Robert Galambos (1914–2010) PhD Researcher who discovered how bats use echolocation [113]
Paul Graham (born 1964) S.M. 1988; PhD 1990 Computer programmer and essayist
Ulysses S. Grant IV (1893–1977) College 1915 Paleontologist
Brian Greene (born 1963) College 1984 Famous in the world of string theory; Columbia University professor [114]
Victor Guillemin (born 1937) PhD 1962 Differential geometer [115]
G. Stanley Hall (1844–1924) PhD 1878 First president of APA and Clark University [116]
Benjamin Morgan Harrod (1837–1912) College 1856; Civil Engineering 1859 Designed the water and sewerage systems in his native New Orleans, Louisiana [117]
Donald Olding Hebb (1904–1985) PhD 1936 Canadian psychologist; "father of neuropsychology"; President of the American Psychological Association 1960; Fellow of the Royal Society; Chancellor of McGill University 1970–1974
Heisuke Hironaka (born 1931) PhD 1960; Professor Mathematician, Fields Medal winner [118]
Arthur Allen Hoag (1921–1999) PhD 1953 Discovered Hoag's object
L. Emmett Holt Jr. (1895–1974) College 1916 Pediatrician [119]
Tony Hsieh (born 1973) College 1995 CEO of online shoe and clothing shop Zappos, co-founder of LinkExchange, author of Delivering Happiness
Ruth Hubbard (1924–2016) PhD 1950 Radcliffe professor, biologist [120]
Ernest Ingersoll (1852–1946) Naturalist, writer and explorer
Kenneth E. Iverson (1920–2004) PhD 1954 Turing Award laureate
Thomas Jaggar (1871–1953) PhD 1897 Geologist, founder of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory [121]
William James (1842–1910) Medical 1869 Philosopher; psychologist; namesake of William James Hall [122]
Stacy Jupiter (born 1975) AB 1997 Marine scientist [123]
Michio Kaku (born 1947) College 1968 Theoretical physicist, activist
Richard M. Karp (born 1935) College 1955, PhD 1959 Turing Award laureate
Jerome H. Kidder (1842–1899) B.A. 1862;
M.A. 1875
Royal surgeon and astronomer, Order of Christ conferred by King of Portugal, the decoration authorized by joint resolution of the United States Congress in 1870
Alfred Kinsey (1894–1956) Sc. D. 1919 Sexologist [124]
Ivan Krstić College Computer security expert
Butler Lampson (born 1943) College 1964 Turing Award laureate
Theodore K. Lawless (1892–1971) Dermatologist; Spingarn Medal [125]
Saul Levin M.A. 1994 Psychiatrist [126]
Holbrook Mann MacNeille (1907–1973) PhD 1935 Mathematician [127]
Annie Luetkemeyer PhD 1999 Infectious diseases physician
Rustin McIntosh (1894–1986) College 1914; M.D. 1918 Pediatrician [128]
Curtis T. McMullen (born 1958) PhD 1985 Fields Medal winner
Scott McNealy (born 1954) College 1976 Co-founder and chairman of Sun Microsystems [129]
John S. Meyer (1924–2011) Physician
Marvin Minsky (1927–2016) College 1950 Computer scientist [130]
Maryam Mirzakhani (1977–2017) PhD 2004 Fields Medal winner
Sylvanus G. Morley (1883–1948) College 1908 Mayanist scholar and archaeologist [131]
Robert Tappan Morris (born 1965) College 1987; S.M. 1993; PhD 1999 CS professor at MIT, creator of the first computer worm
David Mumford (born 1937) College 1957; PhD 1961 Mathematician, Fields Medal winner [132]
Major General Spurgeon Neel (1919–2003) MPH 1958 Pioneer of aeromedical evacuation [133]
J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904–1967) College 1925 Physicist, "father of the atomic bomb" [134]
Tim O'Reilly (born 1954) College 1975 Founder of O'Reilly Media [135]
George Parkman (1790–1849) College 1809; Medical 1813 Physician, businessman, murder victim [136]
Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914) College 1859 Philosopher, mathematician [137]
A. Sivathanu Pillai (born 1947) Business 1991 Distinguished Scientist and Chief Controller DRDO and CEO of BrahMos Aerospace [138]
Mark Plotkin (born 1955) Extension 1979 Ethnobotanist; founder of Amazon Conservation Team [139]
Daniel Quillen (1940–2011) College 1961; PhD 1964 Mathematician, Fields Medal winner [140]
Christian R. H. Raetz (1946–2011) M.D. and PhD 1973 Professor of biochemistry at Duke University and member of National Academy of Sciences [141]
Joseph Ransohoff (1915–2001) College 1938 Neurosurgeon, professor and chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at the New York University School of Medicine
Charles Reigeluth B.A. Economics, 1969 Professor of instructional design systems and creator of Elaboration Theory [142]
Stuart A. Rice (born 1932) A.M. 1954; PhD 1955 Physical chemist at The University of Chicago [143]
Dennis Ritchie (1941–2011) College 1963; PhD 1968 Computer scientist [144]
Brian M. Salzberg PhD 1971 Neuroscientist, biophysicist and professor [145]
Vern L. Schramm (born 1941) M.S. nutrition Professor of biochemistry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine [146]
Jon Seger PhD 1980 Developed theory of bet-hedging in biology; recipient of MacArthur Genius Grant [147]
Oscar Elton Sette (1900–1972) M.A. biology 1930 Influential fisheries scientist who pioneered fisheries oceanography and modern fisheries science [148][149]
Harold Hill Smith (1910–1994) PhD Geneticist [150]
Richard Stallman (born 1953) College 1974 Founder of the Free Software Foundation
John Tooby (born 1952) PhD 1985 Anthropologist and evolutionary psychologist
Marius Vassiliou (born 1957) College 1978 Computational scientist and research executive
Vladimir Voevodsky (1966–2017) PhD 1966 Fields Medal winner
An Wang (1920–1990) PhD 1948 Computer pioneer; inducted into National Inventors Hall of Fame for magnetic core memory; philanthropist [151]
John White Webster (1793–1850) College 1811; Medical 1815 Physician, professor, killer; Parkman-Webster murder case
Edward Osborne Wilson (born 1929) PhD 1955; professor Biologist [152]
Charles F. Winslow (1811–1877) Medical 1834 Physician, diplomat, and atomic theorist [153]
John Winthrop (1714–1779) College 1732; professor Astronomer, mathematician
Chauncey Wright (1830–1875) College 1852 Mathematician, philosopher, professor [154]
Andrew Yao (born 1946) PhD 1972 Turing Award laureate

Business

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Bill Ackman (born 1966) College, Business 1995 CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management
Darius Adamczyk (born 1966) Business 1995 CEO of Honeywell
Dylan Piras (born 1996) Business 2018 CEO of DP Consulting
William McPherson Allen (1900–1985) Law 1925 CEO of Boeing
Adam Aron (born 1954) College 1976, Business 1979 CEO of AMC Theatres
J. Paul Austin (1915–1985) College 1937 CEO of The Coca-Cola Company
Charles Francis Adams Jr. (1835–1915) College 1856 President of Union Pacific Railroad [155]
Marcus Agius (born 1946) Business 1972 Chairman, Barclays PLC [156]
A. Charles Baillie (born 1939) Business CEO of Toronto-Dominion Bank
Steve Ballmer (born 1956) College 1977 President and CEO of Microsoft [157]
Jim Balsillie (born 1961) Business 1989 CEO of Research in Motion
Hans W. Becherer (1935–2016) Business CEO of John Deere
Alex Behring (born 1967) Business 1995 Chairman of Kraft Heinz
Charles M. Berger (1936–2008) Business, 1960 Business executive, H. J. Heinz Company; CEO of The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company [158]
Gordon Binder (born 1935) CEO of Amgen (1988–2000) [159]
Frank Biondi (1945–2019) Business CEO of Viacom, Universal Pictures
Frank Blake (born 1949) College 1971 CEO of The Home Depot
Lloyd Blankfein (born 1954) College 1975; Law 1978 CEO and Chairman of Goldman Sachs [160]
Leonard Blavatnik (born 1957) Business 1989 Founder of Access Industries
Nathan Blecharczyk (born 1983) College Co-founder of Airbnb
Ana Patricia Botín (born 1960) Business Chairperson of Santander Group
Robert A. Bradway Business 1990 CEO of Amgen
Charles Bunch (born 1950) Business 1979 CEO of PPG Industries
Daniel Burke (1929–2011) MBA 1955 Former President of the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) 1986–94, engineered the $3.5 billion acquisition of ABC by Capital Cities in 1986 [161]
James E. Burke (1925–2012) Business 1949 CEO of Johnson & Johnson
Philip Caldwell (1920–2013) Business 1942 CEO of Ford Motor Company
John T. Cahill College; MBA Chairman and CEO of The Pepsi Bottling Group [162]
Chase Carey (born 1954) Business 1979 President of News Corporation
Winslow Carlton (1907–1994) Business 1929 Businessman and cooperative organizer
Donald J. Carty (born 1946) Business CEO of AMR Corporation
Doug Carlston (born 1947) College 1970; Law 1975 Co-founder of Brøderbund Software [163]
Gregory C. Case (born 1963) Business CEO of Aon
Albert Vincent Casey (1920–2004) College, Business 1948 CEO of American Airlines
R. Martin Chavez Biochemistry 1985 CFO of Goldman Sachs [164]
Kenneth Chenault (born 1951) Law 1976 CEO of American Express
Howard L. Clark Sr. (1916–2001) Law Former CEO of American Express (1960–1977) [165]
Michael Cohrs College 1979; Business 1981 Group Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank
Vittorio Colao (born 1961) Business CEO of Vodafone
Mehraj Mattoo Senior ALI Fellow Global Head of Asset Management Commerzbank
Edward Conard Business 1982 Founding partner, Bain Capital [166]
Michael Corbat (born 1960) College 1983 CEO of Citigroup
Zoe Cruz (born 1955) College 1977; Business 1982 Former Co-President of Morgan Stanley [167]
H. Lawrence Culp Jr. (born 1964) Business 1990 CEO of General Electric
Ray Dalio (born 1949) Business Founder of Bridgewater Associates
John D'Agostino MBA, 2002 MD of Alkeon Capital, youngest Head of Strategy for NYMEX and subject of best-selling book Rigged: The Ivy League Kid who Changed the World of Oil From Wall Street to Dubai
Jamie Dimon (born 1956) Business 1982 Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase [168]
James Dole (1877–1950) College 1899 Founder of Dole Food Company
Tim Draper (born 1958) Business 1984 Venture capitalist
Robert Louis-Dreyfus (1946–2009) Business 1973 CEO of Adidas
Colin Drummond (born 1951) MBA CEO of Viridor and joint CEO of Pennon Group [169]
Jozef Maynard Borja Erece (born 1996) Business CORe 2020 Author, commercial litigator, the youngest law graduate in Australian history and the youngest solicitor in the Southern hemisphere [170]
Mark Fields (born 1961) Business CEO of Ford Motor Company
Robert Fornaro (born 1952 or 1953) Design CEO of Spirit Airlines
Kenneth Frazier (born 1954) Law 1978 CEO of Merck & Co.
Victor Fung (born 1945) PhD 1971 Chairman of Li & Fung group of companies [171]
Elbridge T. Gerry Sr. (1909–1999) BA, 1931 General partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.; Director of the Union Pacific Railroad 1957–86 [172]
Louis V. Gerstner Jr. (born 1942) Business 1965 CEO of RJR Nabisco and IBM
Walter Sherman Gifford (1885–1966) College 1905 President of AT&T Corporation
Melvin Gordon (1919–2015) College 1941, Business 1943 CEO of Tootsie Roll Industries
Kenneth C. Griffin (born 1968) College 1990 Chairman of Citadel LLC
Gerald Grinstein (born 1932) Law 1957 Former CEO of Delta Air Lines
David L. Gunn (born 1937) College 1959 CEO of Amtrak
Rajat Gupta Business (MBA) 1973 Businessman, later convicted for insider trading [173]
Philippe Harache (born 1954) Advanced Management programme Former deputy CEO of Eurocopter [174]
Walter A. Haas Jr. (1916–1995) Business 1939 CEO of Levi Strauss & Co.
Torstein Hagen (born 1943) Business 1968 Founder of Viking Cruises
Joshua Harris (born 1965) Business Founder of Apollo Global Management
Fred Hassan (born 1945) Business 1972 CEO of Schering-Plough
Trip Hawkins (born 1953) College 1976 Founder of Electronic Arts and the 3DO Company [175]
Sean M. Healey (born 1961) College 1983; Law 1987 CEO of Affiliated Managers Group and chairman of the Peabody Essex Museum [176]
Warren Hellman (1934–2011) Business 1959 Founder of Hellman & Friedman and Hellman, Ferri Investment Associates (today Matrix Partners); former president, chairman, head of Investment Banking Division of Lehman Brothers
John B. Hess (born 1954) College 1975 CEO of Hess Corporation
Darren Huston (born 1966) Business CEO of The Priceline Group
Jeffrey R. Immelt (born 1956) Business 1982 Chairman and CEO of General Electric [177]
Leila Janah (1982–2020) College 2005 CEO of Samasource
Andy Jassy (born 1967/68) College 1990, Business 1997 CEO of Amazon Web Services
Abigail Johnson (born 1961) Business 1988 CEO of Fidelity Investments
Edward Johnson, III (born 1930) College 1954 CEO of Fidelity Investments
Whipple V. N. Jones (1909–2001) College 1932, Business Founder of Aspen Highlands
Leo Kahn (1916–2011) College 1938 Co-Founder of Staples Inc.
George Kaiser (born 1942) College 1964 Chairman of BOK Financial Corporation
Carol Kalish (1955–1991) Radcliffe College Editor, Marvel Comics executive
Steven A. Kandarian Business 1989 CEO of MetLife
Chris Kempczinski Business 1997 CEO of McDonald's
Jeff Kindler (born 1955) Law 1980 CEO of Pfizer [178]
Rollin King (1931–2014) Business 1964 Founder of Southwest Airlines
Jim Koch (born 1949) College 1971, Business & Law 1978 Founder of Boston Beer Company
Robert Kraft (born 1941) Business 1965 CEO of The Kraft Group, New England Patriots owner
Tatparanandam Ananda Krishnan (born 1938) Business 1964 Tamil Malaysian businessman and philanthropist
Steve Kuhn Economics 1991 Head of fixed-income trading, Pine River Capital Management [179]
A.G. Lafley (born 1947) Business 1977 CEO of Procter & Gamble
J. Hicks Lanier Business 1964 CEO of Oxford Industries [180]
Jorge Paulo Lemann (born 1939) College 1961 Founder of 3G Capital
Reginald Lewis (1942–1993) Law 1968 Former CEO of Beatrice Foods
John Langeloth Loeb Jr. (born 1930) College 1952; Business 1954 Chairman of Loeb, Rhoades Trust Company; former United States Ambassador to Denmark
Sonita Lontoh Business 2003; cross-registered MIT graduate student Green technology executive
Paul B. Loyd Jr. M.B.A. Former chairman and chief executive officer of the R&B Falcon Corporation (1997–2001) [181]
Michael Lynton (born 1960) College 1982, Business 1985 CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment
Stanley Marcus (1905–2002) College 1925; Business 1926 President and CEO, Neiman Marcus department stores [182]
Charles Peter McColough (1922–2006) Business 1949 CEO of Xerox Corporation; Namesake of C. Peter McColough Roundtable Series on International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations [183]
Ross McEwan (born 1957) Business CEO of National Australia Bank
Douglas McGregor (1906–1964) A.M. 1933; PhD 1935 Management theorist [184]
Scott McNealy (born 1954) College 1976 Co-founder of Sun Microsystems
James McNerney (born 1949) Business 1975 Chairman and CEO of Boeing [185]
George W. Merck (1894–1957) College 1915 Industrialist, president of Merck & Co. [186]
Fred Meyer (1927–2012) Harvard Business School (early 1950s) President of Tyler Corporation of Texas 1983–86; chairman of the Republican Party of Texas 1988–94 [187]
Hiroshi Mikitani (born 1966) Business 1993 CEO of Rakuten
Charles Moorman (born 1953) Business 1978 CEO of Amtrak, Norfolk Southern Railway
Henry Sturgis Morgan (1900–1982) College 1923 Co-founder of Morgan Stanley
J. P. Morgan Jr. (1867–1943) College 1886 President of J.P. Morgan & Co.
Charlie Munger (born 1924) Law 1948 Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway
Vasant Narasimhan (born 1976) Medical, KSG 2003 CEO of Novartis
David Nelms (born 1961) Business 1987 CEO of Discover Financial
Albert Nickerson (1911–1994) College 1933 CEO of Mobil
Roy Niederhoffer (born 1966) College 1987 Founder and President of R. G. Niederhoffer Capital Management, Inc. [188]
Irving S. Olds (1887–1963) Law 1910 CEO of U.S. Steel
Bradley Palmer (1866–1946) College 1888; Law 1889 Drafted the merger that formed United Fruit Company; served on the board of directors for Gillette and ITT; appointed to represent President Woodrow Wilson at the Paris Peace Conference
Ellen Pao (born 1970) CEO of Reddit
John Paulson (born 1955) Business 1980 Founder of Paulson & Co.
Art Peck (born 1955) Business 1979 CEO of Gap Inc.
Ken Powell (born 1954) College 1976 CEO of General Mills
Vivek Ranadivé (born 1957) Business 1983 CEO of TIBCO Software
Sumner Redstone (born 1923) College 1944; Law 1947 Chairman and CEO of Viacom [189]
Fred Reichheld (born 1952) College 1974; Business 1978 Author of bestselling business books [190]
Kevin Reilly, Sr. (born 1928) College (ca. 1950) Retired CEO of Lamar Advertising Company in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives [191]
Sean E. Reilly (born 1961) College 1984, Law 1989 Chief operations officer and vice president for mergers and acquisitions of Lamar Advertising and former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives [192]
Robert Ridder (1919–2000)   Director of Knight Ridder media [193]
David Rockefeller (1915–2017) College 1936 Banker; philanthropist; Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank [194]
Gary Rodkin Business 1980 CEO of ConAgra Foods
Harry M. Rubin (born 1952) Business 1976 Co-founder of Samuel Adams; COO and CFO of Atari, Inc.
Sheryl Sandberg (born 1969) College 1991 COO of Facebook
Ulf Mark Schneider (born 1965) Business 1993 CEO of Nestlé
Steve Schwarzman (born 1947) Business 1972 Billionaire, owner of Blackstone Group [195]
Daniel C. Searle (1926–2007) Business 1952 Heir, CEO of G. D. Searle & Company, conservative philanthropist [196]
Frank Shrontz (born 1931) Business 1958 CEO of Boeing
Jeffrey Skilling (born 1953) Business 1979 CEO of Enron; convicted of fraud and conspiracy [197]
Jeff Smisek (born 1954) Law 1982 CEO of United Airlines
Orin C. Smith (1942–2018) Business 1967 CEO of Starbucks
Thomas G. Stemberg (1949–2015) College 1971/Business 1973 Co-founder of Staples Inc.
Jan Stenbeck (1942–2002) Business President of MTG
Gerald L. Storch College CEO of Hudson's Bay Company
William H Sumner (1780–1861) College 1799 Developed East Boston [198]
Marcel Herrmann Telles (born 1950) Business Founder of 3G Capital
Ratan Naval Tata (born 1937) Business 1975 Chairman of Tata Group [199]
John Thain (born 1955) Business 1979 Chairman and CEO of CIT Group, last chairman and CEO of Merrill Lynch [200]
Charlemagne Tower (1809–1889) Law 1830 Lawyer, businessman; namesake of towns in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and North Dakota; served on Harvard's board of overseers [201]
Robert Uihlein Jr. (1916–1976) College 1938 Chairman of the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company [202]
Rick Wagoner (born 1953) Business 1977 CEO of General Motors
Michael J. Ward (born 1950) Business 1973 CEO of CSX Corporation
Meg Whitman (born 1956) Business 1979 CEO of HP Inc.
Harry Elkins Widener (1885–1912) College 1907 Namesake of Harvard's Widener Library; died in the sinking of the Titanic [203]
Arne Wilhelmsen (1929–2020) Business Founder of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
Leah Zell (born 1949) College 1971 Investor [204]
Moses Znaimer (born 1942) A.M. Canadian media mogul [205]
Mortimer Zuckerman (born 1937) Law 1962 Owner of New York Daily News and U.S. News & World Report

Politics

Law

Supreme Court justices

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Sophia Akuffo (born 1949) Law Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana
Solomon Areda Waktolla (born 1975) HLS, LLM'14 and KSG, MPA'13 Deputy Chief Justice of the Federal Supreme Court of Ethiopia and member of the Court of the Permanent Court of Arbitration
Mary Arden, Lady Arden of Heswall (born 1947) Law 1970 Judge of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Aharon Barak (born 1936) President of the Supreme Court of Israel [206]
Richard Reeve Baxter (1921–1980) Law 1948 Justice of the International Court of Justice
Kwamena Bentsi-Enchill (1919–1974) Law Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana
Harry Blackmun (1908–1999) College 1929, Law 1932 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Peter Blanchard (born 1942) Law Justice of the Supreme Court of New Zealand
Louis Brandeis (1856–1941) Law 1877 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [207]
William J. Brennan (1906–1997) Law 1931 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [208][209]
Stephen Breyer (born 1938) Law 1964 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [210]
Henry Billings Brown (1836–1913) Law 1859 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Thomas Buergenthal (born 1934) Law Justice of the International Court of Justice
Harold Burton (1888–1964) Law 1912 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [211]
Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud (born 1959) Law 1983 Justice of the Supreme Court of India
Renato Corona (born 1948) Law 1982 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
Benjamin Curtis (1809–1874) College 1829; Law 1832 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [212]
William Cushing (1732–1810) College 1751 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [212]
James Wilfred Estey (1889–1956) Law 1915 Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Willard Estey (1919–2002) Law 1946 Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Jens Evensen (1917–2004) Law 1968 Justice of the International Court of Justice
Marcelo Fernan (1927–1999) Law 1954 Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
Felix Frankfurter (1882–1965) Law 1906 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [213]
Stephen Gageler (born 1958) Law 1987 Justice of the Supreme Court of Australia
Neil Gorsuch (born 1967) Law 1991 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Horace Gray (1828–1902) College 1845; Law 1849 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [214][215]
Irmgard Griss (born 1946) Law 1975 President of the Austrian Supreme Court of Justice
Ofer Grosskopf (born 1969) Law 1999 Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. (1841–1935) College 1861; Law 1866 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [216]
Francis Jardeleza (born 1949) Law 1977 Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
Elena Kagan (born 1960) Law 1986 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [217]
Sisi Khampepe (born 1957) Law Judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
Kenneth Keith (born 1937) Law Justice of the International Court of Justice
Anthony Kennedy (born 1936) Law 1961 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [218]
Bora Laskin (1912–1984) Law 1937 Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Koen Lenaerts (born 1954) Law 1978, KSG 1979 Justice of the European Court of Justice
Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff (born 1953) Law 1975 Justice of the Supreme Court of Germany
Eilert Stang Lund (born 1939) Law 1973 Justice of the Supreme Court of Norway
John McLean (1785–1861) College 1806 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Alfredo Gutiérrez Ortiz Mena (born 1969) Law Justice of the Supreme Court of Mexico
Sundaresh Menon (born 1962) Law 1991 Chief Justice of Singapore
Yuko Miyazaki (born 1951) Law 1984 Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan
William Henry Moody (1853–1917) College 1876 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [219]
Rohinton Fali Nariman (born 1956) Law 1981 Justice of the Supreme Court of India
Sandile Ngcobo (born 1953) Law Justice of the Supreme Court of South Africa
Masaharu Ōhashi (born 1947) Law 1976 Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan
Lewis Powell (1907–1998) Law 1932 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [220]
Ivan Rand (1884–1969) Law 1912 Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
William Rehnquist (1924–2005) A.M. 1950 Chief Justice of the United States [221]
John Roberts (born 1955) College 1976; Law 1979 Chief Justice of the United States [222]
Edward Terry Sanford (1865–1930) College 1885; A.M. 1889; Law 1889 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [223]
Vicente Abad Santos (1916–1993) Law Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
Antonin Scalia (1936–2016) Law 1960 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [224]
Stephen M. Schwebel (born 1929) College 1950 Justice of the International Court of Justice
Dave Smuts Law 1983 Judge of the Supreme Court of Namibia [225]
David Souter (born 1939) College 1961; Law 1966 Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [226]
Wishart Spence (1904–1998) Law 1929 Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Joseph Story (1779–1845) College 1798; Professor Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [212]

Other legal figures

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John O. Bailey (1880–1959) Class of 1906 State supreme court justice from Oregon
Stephen Barnett (1935–2009) College 1957; Law 1962 Legal scholar at Berkeley Law who opposed the Newspaper Preservation Act of 1970 [227]
Richard Blumenthal (born 1946) College Former Attorney General of Connecticut
Andrew Cheung Kui-nung (born 1961) Master of Laws 1985 Chief Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong
Archibald Cox (1912–2004) College 1934; Law 1937 Special prosecutor in the Watergate Scandal
Nora Dannehy (born 1961) Law 1986 Special Prosecutor in the Dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy, former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia; Deputy Attorney General of Connecticut
Bruce Fein (born 1947) Law 1972 Founder of Bruce Fein & Associates, Inc.; principal civil liberties activist in The Lichfield Group; analyst and commentator for conservative think tanks; top Justice Department official under Ronald Reagan administration; Senior Policy Advisor for the Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaign [228]
Patrick Fitzgerald (born 1961) Law 1985 Special Prosecutor in the Plame affair; United States Attorney
Stephen Gageler (born 1958) Master of Laws 1987 Justice of the High Court of Australia
Paul C. Gartzke (1927–2009) Law 1952 Presiding Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals
Kumiki Gibson (born 1959) Extension 1985 Chief Counsel to the V.P. Al Gore 1994–97
Terry Goddard (born 1947) College 1969 Attorney General of Arizona
Ulysses S. Grant Jr. (1852–1929) College 1874 Attorney, land developer
William B. Gray (1942–1994) College 1964 United States Attorney for Vermont [229]
John Patrick Hartigan (1887–1968) Law 1909 Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island [230]
Hope Root (1901–1953) Graduated from Harvard Law School and Yale College; on December 3, 1953 he attempted to break the deep diving record of 330 feet by diving with scuba gear to 400 feet; he made it to 450 feet before dying [231]
Charles Hamilton Houston (1895–1950) Law 1923 Dean of Howard University Law School, lawyer for NAACP
Joseph D. Kearney Law 1989 Dean of Marquette University Law School
Harold Hongju Koh (born 1954) College 1975; Law 1980 Legal Adviser of the Department of State; former Dean of Yale Law School [232]
Juliane Kokott (born 1957) Law Advocate General at the European Court of Justice
John H. Langbein (born 1941) Law 1968 Legal scholar, professor at Yale Law School
Tom Mesereau (born 1950) College 1973 Criminal defense attorney
Lemuel Shaw (1781–1861) College 1800 Chief Justice of Massachusetts Supreme Court
Michael Wachter (born 1943) M.A. 1967, PhD 1970 Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School [233][234][235][236]
Samuel Warren (1852–1910) Law 1877 Attorney; law partner of Louis Brandeis

Military

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John Abizaid (born 1951) A.M. 1981 U.S. Army general, Commander of United States Central Command (CENTCOM) [237]
Douglas Campbell (1896–1990) A.B. 1917 Soldier, World War I ace [238]
Erle Cocke Jr. (1921–2000) M.B.A. 1947 U.S. Army officer in World War II, Silver Star Medal recipient, National Commander of the American Legion (1950–51) [239]
George Downing (c. 1624–1684) College 1642 English soldier, diplomat
Peter Fanta M.P.A. U.S. Navy admiral
Manning Force (1824–1899) College 1845; Law 1848 Union Army general, Medal of Honor recipient, judge, author [240]
David Gurfein M.B.A. 2000 U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant colonel, and CEO of nonprofit organization United American Patriots [241]
Pierpont M. Hamilton (1898–1982) College 1920; A.M. 1946 U.S. Army Air Forces general in World War II, Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Walter Newell Hill (1881–1955) College 1904 U.S. Marine Corps general, Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Henry S. Huidekoper (1839–1918) College 1862; A.M. 1872 Union Army officer, Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Claud Ashton Jones (1885–1948) M.S. 1915 U.S. Navy admiral, Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Henry Ware Lawton (1843–1899) Law 1866 U.S. Army general, Medal of Honor recipient, killed in the Philippine–American War [240]
John N. Lotz Business 1971 Air National Guard general
George G. McMurtry (1876–1958) College 1899 U.S. Army officer in World War I with the "Lost Battalion", Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Hal Moore (1922–2017) U.S. Army general, author of We Were Soldiers Once… And Young
Robert C. Murray (1946–1970) Business 1970 U.S. Army soldier killed in the Vietnam War, Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Yonatan "Yoni" Netanyahu (1946–1970) attended 1967–68 Commander of the elite Israeli army commando unit Sayeret Matkal; killed in action during Operation Entebbe in Uganda; awarded the Medal of Distinguished Service for his conduct in the Yom Kippur War [242]
Norris W. Overton (born 1926) Business 1972 U.S. Air Force general
Charles E. Phelps (1833–1908) Law 1853 Union Army general, Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Representative from Maryland, lawyer, judge [240]
Horace Porter (1837–1921) Lawrence Scientific School 1857 Union Army general, Medal of Honor recipient, businessman, ambassador to France [240]
Theodore Roosevelt Jr. (1887–1944) College 1909 Son of President Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. Army general, Medal of Honor recipient, businessman, Governor of Puerto Rico, Governor-General of the Philippines [240]
Don Ross (1922–2015) PhD in Applied Physics & Engineering Science 1953 recipient of the Navy Distinguished Civilian Service Award, made important developments in reduction of submarine noise [240]
Sherrod E. Skinner Jr. (1929–1952) 1951 U.S. Marine Corps officer killed in the Korean War, Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Phillips Waller Smith (1906–1963) M.B.A. 1940 U.S. Air Force general [243]
Hazard Stevens (1842–1918) College 1865 Union Army general, Medal of Honor recipient, Massachusetts state legislator, mountaineer [240]
Artemas Ward (1727–1800) College 1748 Major General in the American Revolutionary War and a Congressman from Massachusetts
Arthur Harold Webber (1893–1918) Harvard 1915 Volunteer with RAF Squadron 84; killed in flying accident in Texas, April 10, 1918
Charles White Whittlesey (1884–1921) Law 1908 U.S. Army officer in World War I, commander of the "Lost Battalion", Medal of Honor recipient [240]
Leonard Wood (1860–1927) Medical 1884 U.S. Army general, military surgeon, commander of the Rough Riders, 5th Chief of Staff of the United States Army, Military Governor of Cuba and Governor General of the Philippines, Medal of Honor recipient [240]

Journalism

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Jill Abramson (born 1954) College 1976 Former executive editor of The New York Times [244]
Jacqueline Alemany (born 1989) College 2011 CBS News White House Reporter
Christian Alfonsi PhD 1999 Author, Circle in the Sand, about Gulf War and Iraq War
Jonathan Alter (born 1957) College 1979 Former senior editor of Newsweek
Melissa Block (born 1962) College 1983 Host of NPR's All Things Considered
Ben Bradlee (1921–2014) College 1944 Washington Post executive editor during Watergate scandal
Warren T. Brookes (1929–1991) College 1952 Newspaper columnist for Detroit News, known for economics reporting [245]
James Brown (born 1951) College 1973 Sportscaster
Leslie T. Chang 1991 Journalist (former correspondent in Beijing, China for The Wall Street Journal; author of Factory Girls: From Village to City in a Changing China [246]
Susan Chira (born 1958) College 1980 Foreign editor of The New York Times since 2004
Kevin Corke HKS 2004 Journalist, NBC News
Jim Cramer (born 1955) College 1977; Law 1984 Television host
E. J. Dionne (born 1952) College 1973 Washington Post columnist
Lou Dobbs (born 1945) College 1967 Television host
William Emerson (1923–2009) College 1948 Covered the civil rights era as Newsweek's first bureau chief assigned to cover the Southern United States; editor in chief of The Saturday Evening Post [247]
James Fallows (born 1949) College 1970 Journalist
Amy Goodman (born 1957) College 1984 liberal political commentator, founder of Democracy Now! [248]
Donald E. Graham (born 1945) College 1966 The Washington Post Company chairman and CEO
Aaron Harber MPA Political analyst for CBS 4 KCNC-TV, host of The Aaron Harber Show on Colorado Public Broadcasting KBDI-TV
Walter Isaacson (born 1952) College 1974 Former CNN chairman and CEO; managing editor of TIME; author
Boisfeuillet Jones Jr. (born 1946) College 1968; Law 1974 Washington Post publisher and CEO
Michael Kinsley (born 1951) College 1972; Law 1977 Journalist
Jason E. Klein MBA 1986 CEO of Times Mirror Magazines and CEO of Newspaper National Network LP
Nicholas D. Kristof (born 1960) College 1981 New York Times reporter and columnist; two-time Pulitzer Prize winner
William Kristol (born 1952) College 1973; PhD 1979 Editor of The Weekly Standard
Melissa Lee College 1995 News anchor of CNBC
Nicholas Lemann (born 1954) College 1976 The New Yorker magazine journalist, former dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Soledad O'Brien (born 1966) College 1987 Television host
Suzanne Malveaux (born 1966) College 1987 CNN correspondent
Judith Matloff (born 1958) College 1981 Journalist, author, and media safety advocate
Thomas Oliphant College 1967 Boston Globe columnist
Bill O'Reilly (born 1949) HKS 1996 Journalist and conservative political commentator; host of The O'Reilly Factor
Silvia Poggioli (born 1946) College 1968 foreign correspondent, NPR
John Reed (1887–1920) College 1910 Journalist, activist
Joy-Ann Reid (born 1968) College 1990 MSNBC correspondent and host of AM Joy [249]
Frank Rich (born 1949) College 1971 New York Times columnist
Stephen Sackur (born 1964) HKS ? BBC journalist and political commentator; host of HARDtalk
Peter Sagal (born 1965) College 1987 Public radio host of Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!, playwright, screenwriter, actor
Bill Schneider (born 1944) A.M. 1969, PhD 1972 Journalist, political analyst


Lara Setrakian (born 1982) 2004 Journalist, political analyst
Richard H.P. Sia (born 1953) College 1975 Journalist, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists; National Journal; Baltimore Sun. [250]
Sam Sifton (born 1966) College 1988 New York Times chief restaurant critic
Andrew Sullivan (born 1963) HKS 1986; PhD 1990 Blogger, journalist
Evan Thomas (born 1951) College 1973 Journalist for Newsweek and TIME; author of two New York Times bestsellers
Pablo S. Torre (born 1985) College 2007 Sportswriter for ESPN and Sports Illustrated
Kristen Welker (born 1977) College 1998 News anchor NBC
Katharine Weymouth (born 1966) College 1988 Washington Post publisher
William Lindsay White (1900–1973) College 1924 Journalist
Jessica Yellin (born 1971) College Journalist
Mort Zuckerman (born 1937) Law 1962 U.S. News & World Report editor-in-chief, New York Daily News owner and publisher
Leon Neyfakh College 2007 Host and creator of podcast Slow Burn [251]
Sharon Epperson (born 1968) College, 1990 television finance correspondent for CNBC [252]

Literature

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Horatio Alger Jr. (1832–1899) College 1852 Novelist [253]
Michael J. Arlen (born 1930) College 1952 Writer, journalist, critic [254]
Margaret Atwood (born 1939) Radcliffe A.M. 1962 Novelist [255]
Peter Benchley (1940–2006) College 1961 Novelist [256]
Robert Benchley (1889–1945) College 1912 Comedian [257]
John Berendt (born 1939) College 1961 Writer [258]
Robert Bly (born 1926) College 1950 Poet
Marita Bonner (1899–1971) Radcliffe College 1922 Harlem Renaissance writer, essayist, poet
Bill Branon College 1959 Novelist
Harold Brodkey (1930–1996) College 1952 Novelist
George Hardin Brown College 1971 Medieval scholar [259]
Thomas Bulfinch (1796–1867) College 1814 Mythologist
William S. Burroughs (1914–1997) College 1936 Writer
Ethan Canin (born 1960) Medical 1989 Author
Karla Cornejo Villavicencio College 2011 Writer [260]
Steven R. Covey (1932–2012) Business 1975 Author and self-help guru
Michael Crichton (1942–2008) College 1964; Medical 1969 Novelist, best known for Jurassic Park and the television series ER
E. E. Cummings (1894–1962) College 1915; A.M. 1916 Poet
Guy Davenport (1927–2005) PhD Writer, artist, critic
Paul de Man (1919–1983) PhD 1960 literary critic
Joseph Dennie (1768–1812) College 1790 Author, editor [261]
John dos Passos (1896–1970) College 1916 Novelist
Edward Eager (1911–1964) College c. 1932 Writer of children's literature
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882) College 1821; Divinity 1829 Writer, namesake of Emerson Hall
Berry Fleming (1899–1989) College 1922 Novelist[262]
Al Franken (born 1951) College 1973 Comedian, United States Senator
Edward Gorey (1925–2000) College 1950 Writer, illustrator
Donald Hall (1928–2018) College 1951 14th U.S. Poet Laureate
Louisa Hall (born 1982) College 2004 Author
James D. Hart (1911–1990) Writer, professor
Mark Helprin (born 1947) College, Graduate School Writer
Julie Hilden College 1989 Author
Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. (1809–1894) College; PhD 1836; professor Poet, physician
Angela Hur College 2002 Author [263][264]
Gregg Hurwitz College 1995 Novelist, comics writer
Uzodinma Iweala (born 1982) College 2004 Author
Henry James (1843–1916) Law, Attended 1862-3 Author, novelist [265]
Gish Jen (born 1955) College 1977 Author
Helen Keller (1880–1968) Radcliffe 1904 Deafblind author, activist, and lecturer
H.T. Kirby-Smith (born 1938) A.M. 1964 Poet and author
Maxine Kumin (1925–2014) College 1946; A.M. 1948 Poet
Jean Kwok College Author
Ursula K. Le Guin (1929–2018) Radcliffe 1951 Novelist
Hunter Lewis (born 1947) A.B. 1969 Author
Frederick Wadsworth Loring (1848–1871) College 1870 Author, newspaper correspondent
James Russell Lowell (1819–1891) College 1838 Poet, abolitionist
Alison Lurie (born 1926) Radcliffe 1947 Novelist
Norman Mailer (1923–2007) College 1943 Novelist
F.O. Matthiessen (1902–1950) M.A. 1926 PhD 1927 Harvard teacher
Anne McCaffrey (1926–2011) Radcliffe 1947 Novelist
Charles Murray (born 1943) College 1965 Writer
Howard Nemerov (1920–1991) College 1941 Poet
Frank O'Hara (1926–1966) College 1950 Poet
Carl Phillips (born 1959) College 1981 Poet
George Plimpton (1927–2003) College 1948 Writer, journalist, actor
Adrienne Rich (1929–2012) Radcliffe 1951 Poet
George de la Ruiz Santayana (1863–1952) College 1886 Philosopher, poet
E. San Juan Jr. (born 1938) A.M.; PhD Poet, cultural scholar
Erich Segal (1937–2010) College 1958; A.M. 1959; PhD 1965 Author, screenwriter
Maximo V. Soliven (1929–2006) PhD 1951 Writer, Chevalier (knight) of the National Order of Merit
Susan Sontag (1933–2004) A.M. 1957 Writer, activist
Thomas Sowell (born 1930) College 1958 Writer, economist
Gertrude Stein (1874–1946) Radcliffe 1897 Poet, novelist
Ernest Thayer (1863–1940) College 1885 Poet
Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862) College 1837 Journalist, philosopher, writer
Sergio Troncoso (born 1961) College 1983 Novelist and writer of short stories
Lily Tuck (born 1938) Radcliffe College 1960 Novelist, winner of the 2004 National Book Award. [266]
Scott Turow (born 1949) Law 1978 Novelist, lawyer
John Updike (1932–2009) College 1954 Novelist
Kaavya Viswanathan (born 1987) College 2008 Novelist, noted plagiarist
Andrew Weil (born 1942) College 1964; Medical School 1968 Medical writer
Richard Wilbur (1921–2017) A.M. 1947; professor Poet
Lauren Willig (born 1977) J.D. 2004 Novelist
Thomas Wolfe (1900–1938) A.M. 1922 Novelist
Elizabeth Wurtzel (1967–2020) College 1989 Writer
A. B. Yehoshua (born 1936) Novelist, essayist, and playwright
Tahmima Anam (born 1975) Phd 2005 Novelist [267]

Film, theater, and television

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Tatyana Ali (born 1979) College 2002 Actress, singer
Darren Aronofsky (born 1969) College 1991 Film director and screenwriter [268]
Ronald Bass (born 1942) Law 1967 Screenwriter [269]
S. N. Behrman (1893–1973) College 1916 Playwright, screenwriter
Roberts Blossom (1924–2011) College 1943 Actor, poet
Andy Borowitz (born 1958) College 1980 Comedian, film actor
Josh Brener (born 1984) College 2007 Actor
Amy Brenneman (born 1964) College 1987 Actress
Bill Brown College 1992 Experimental filmmaker
Nestor Carbonell (born 1967) College 1990 Actor
Emily Carmichael (born 1982) College 2004 Director, screenwriter, animator
Stockard Channing (born 1944) Radcliffe 1965 Actress
Damien Chazelle (born 1985) College 2007 Film director, screenwriter, Academy Award nominee for Whiplash and Academy Award winner for La La Land
Karen Chee (born 1995) College 2017 Comedian
Rob Cohen (born 1949) College 1971 Film director, screenwriter
Cesar Conde (born 1973) College 1995 President of Univision
Lindsay Crouse (born 1948) Radcliffe 1970 Actress
Matt Damon (born 1970) College 1988–92 Actor, screenwriter, producer, Academy Award winner
Greg Daniels (born 1962) College 1980–84 Comedy writer, producer, and director
Jeremy Doner (born 1974) College 1994 Screenwriter [270]
David Dorfman (born 1994) Law 2015 Actor, child prodigy, attorney
Christopher Durang (born 1949) College 1971 Playwright
Olga Fedori (born 1984) College 2004 Actress, singer
Geoffrey S. Fletcher (born 1970) College 1992 Screenwriter, film director, professor
Greg Giraldo (1965–2010) Law 1988 Comedian
Caroline Giuliani (born 1989) College 2011 filmmaker, writer, daughter of Rudy Giuliani and Donna Hanover
Armando Gutierrez (born 1949) Extension 2009 Actor, producer
Fred Grandy (born 1948) College 1970 Actor, U.S. Congressman [271]
Andre Gregory (born 1934) College 1956 Theatre director, actor
Fred Gwynne (1926–1993) College 1951 Actor
Hill Harper (born 1966) HKS, Law 1992 Actor
Erika Harold (born 1980) Law 2007 Miss America 2003 [272]
Sarah Haskins (born 1979) College 2001 Comedian
David Heyman (born 1961) College 1983 Film producer
Dawn Hudson (born c. 1957) College CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences [273]
Josephine Hull (1886–1957) Radcliffe 1899 Actress
Rashida Jones (born 1976) College 1997 Actress
Tommy Lee Jones (born 1946) College 1969 Actor, Academy Award winner
Colin Jost (born 1982) College 2004 Actor, writer, comedian
Ashley Judd (born 1968) HKS 2010 (Mid-Career MPA) Actress
Douglas Kenney (1947–1980) College 1968 Humorist, screenwriter
Jack Lemmon (1925–2001) College 1947 Actor, Academy Award winner
Alan Jay Lerner (1918–1986) College 1940 Lyricist, librettist
Jeremy Leven (born 1941) Education 1973 Novelist, screenwriter, director, producer
John Lithgow (born 1945) College 1967 Actor, Academy Award nominee
Donal Logue (born 1966) College 1989 Actor
Joseph Losey (1909–1984) A.M. Film director
Terrence Malick (born 1943) College 1966 Film director, screenwriter
Robert Myhrum (1927–1999) College 1948 Emmy-nominated television director
Dan McGrath (born 1965) College 1985 Emmy-winning writer, Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons, King of the Hill
Tom McGrath (born 1956) College 1976, MBA 1980 Film and theater executive, producer; The Princess Bride, Hair, Passing Strange, West Side Story; six-time Tony winner
Abel Meeropol (1903–1986) Actor and composer
Alex Michel (born 1970) College 1992 Businessman, television personality; The Bachelor
David Monahan (born 1971) College Actor
Mira Nair (born 1957) College 1979 Film director
Dean Norris (born 1963) College 1985 Actor, Breaking Bad, Under the Dome
B. J. Novak (born 1979) College 2001 Comedian, actor, The Office
Conan O'Brien (born 1963) College 1985 Talk show host
Mark O'Donnell (1954–2012) College 1976 Comedy writer, Tony winner for Hairspray, author, op-ed columnist
Steve O'Donnell (born 1954) College 1976 Comedy writer, multiple Emmy winner, Head Writer for David Letterman Show, The Simpsons

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Lance Oppenheim (born 1996) College 2019 Film director
Catherine Oxenberg (born 1961) Serbian American actress [86]
Keir Pearson (born 1968) College 1989 Screenwriter
Frank Pierson (1925–2012) College 1950 Screenwriter, film director
Natalie Portman (born 1981) College 2003 Actress, Academy Award winner
Carol Potter (born 1948) Social Relations (Psychology) 1970 Actress, Beverly Hills, 90210 [274]
Geneva Robertson-Dworet (born 1985) College 2007 Screenwriter
Mo Rocca (born 1969) College 1991 Comedian
Peter Sagal (born 1965) College 1987 Host of NPR's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! [275]
Meredith Salenger (born 1970) College 1992 Actress
Michael Schur (born 1975) College 1997 Writer for Saturday Night Live, The Office, and Parks and Recreation
Peter Sellars (born 1957) College 1980 Theater director
Wallace Shawn (born 1943) College 1965 Actor, playwright
Elisabeth Shue (born 1963) College 2000 Actress
Henry Singer (born 1957) College 1980 Film director
Mira Sorvino (born 1967) College 1990 Actress, Academy Award winner
Whit Stillman (born 1952) College 1973 Screenwriter, film director
Renee Tajima-Peña (born 1958) College 1980 Film director and producer, Who Killed Vincent Chin? [276]
Sooni Taraporevala (born 1957) College 1979 Screenwriter
Jonathan Taylor Thomas (born 1981) College 2004 Actor
Scottie Thompson (born 1981) College 2005 Actress [277]
James Toback (born 1944) College 1966 Film director and screenwriter
Bitsie Tulloch (born 1981) College 2003 Actress
Brian Tyler (born 1972) College 1998 Film composer and music producer
Jack Valenti (1921–2007) Business 1952 President of the MPAA
Courtney B. Vance (born 1960) College 1982 Actor
John Weidman (born 1946) College 1968 Librettist
Scott Weinger (born 1975) College 1998 Actor
Steve Zahn (born 1967) Actor
Jeff Zucker (born 1965) College 1986 President of NBC Universal
Edward Zwick (born 1952) College 1974 Film director, producer, Academy Award winner
Bill Stetson B.A. 1982 President of the Vermont Film Commission; producer of What We Want, What We Believe: The Black Panther Party Library; Citizen Suits; and A Closer Walk
Nuseir Yassin (born 1992) College 2014 Web-based personality [278]

Music

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John Adams (born 1947) College 1965 Composer
Samuel Hans Adler (born 1928) College 1950; MA Composer, conductor [279]
Charlie Albright College 2011, Harvard/New England Conservatory of Music AB/MM Joint Program 2011/2012 Pianist, composer
Leroy Anderson (1908–1975) College 1929; A.M. 1930 Composer, conductor [280]
Leonard Bernstein (1918–1990) College 1939 Composer, conductor
Elliott Carter (1908–2012) College 1931 Composer, Pulitzer Prize-winner
Han-na Chang (born 1982) College 2001 Cellist
William Christie (born 1944) College 1966 Conductor
Rivers Cuomo (born 1970) College 2006 Singer of Grammy Award-winning band Weezer
Du Yun (born 1977) Ph.D. 2006 Composer, performance artist, Pulitzer Prize-winner
Elephante (born 1989) College 2011, Economics Music Producer and DJ
China Forbes (born 1970) College 1992 Singer; lead vocalist of Pink Martini
Elliot Forbes (1917–2006) College 1941; A.M. 1947 Conductor, musicologist
Russ Gershon (born 1959) College 1981/82 Jazz saxophonist, composer, bandleader
Alan Gilbert (born 1967) College 1989 Music director of the New York Philharmonic
Aaron Goldberg (born 1974) College 1996 Jazz pianist
Jerry Harrison (born 1949) College 1971 Keyboardist for the Talking Heads
Fred Ho (born 1957) College 1979 Jazz baritone saxophonist, composer, and bandleader
Samuel Holyoke (1762–1820) College 1789, A.M. 1792 Composer
Justin Hurwitz (born 1985) College 2003 Composer, pianist, and screenwriter; Academy Award-winner for La La Land [281]
Stefan Jackiw (born 1985) College 2007, Harvard/New England Conservatory of Music AB/MM Joint Program 2007 Violinist
Jacob Kimball (1761–1826) College 1780 Composer
Thomas M. Lauderdale (born 1970) College 1992 Musician, frontman of Pink Martini
Sara Lazarus College 1984 Jazz vocalist
Trey Chui-yee Lee (born 1973) College 1997 Cellist
Tom Lehrer (born 1928) College 1946; A.M. 1947 Satirist, mathematician, singer
Ryan Leslie (born 1978) College 1994 Music producer, singer-songwriter, musical arranger [282]
Yo-Yo Ma (born 1955) College 1976 Cellist
Daniel Manzano (born 1980) College 1999 Bassist, percussionist, backing vocals, and songwriter for Boyce Avenue
Tom Morello (born 1964) College 1986 Lead guitarist of the Grammy Award-winning band Rage Against the Machine; ex-lead guitarist of the now defunct band Audioslave; political activist
Dmitri Nabokov (1934–2012) College 1955 Opera singer, son of Vladimir Nabokov
Ursula Oppens (born 1944) Radcliffe 1965 Pianist
William P. Perry (born 1930) College 1951 Composer
Joshua Redman (born 1969) College 1991 Jazz saxophonist
Frederic Rzewski (born 1938) College 1958 Composer, pianist
Anton Schwartz (born 1967) College 1989 Jazz saxophonist
Robert Strassburg (1915–2003) A.M. 1950 Conductor, composer, Professor of Music, musicologist [283]
Michael Stern (born 1959) College 1981 Conductor, Kansas City Symphony [284]
Brian Tyler (born 1972) College 1998 Film composer, music producer, conductor, pianist, drummer, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist

Art, architecture, and engineering

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Barbara Bestor College 1987 Architect [285][286]
Anna Campbell Bliss (1925–2015) 1951 Artist and architect [287]
Charles Bulfinch (1763–1844) College 1781 Architect
Geoffrey Chadsey (born 1967) 1989 (AB) Artist [288]
Allan Crite (1910–2007) Extension 1968 Artist [289][290]
Hardy Cross (1885–1959) MCE 1911 Civil engineer
Gulgee (1926–2007) College 1947 Pakistani artist famous for his paintings and Islamic calligraphy; qualified engineer [291]
Philip Johnson (1906–2005) College 1930 Architect, Pritzker Prize winner
Julian Hatton (born 1956) College 1979 Artist, abstract landscapes [292][293]
Jarvis Hunt (1863–1941) Architect [294]
Fumihiko Maki (born 1928) Design 1955 Architect, Pritzker Prize winner
Elizabeth Holloway Marston (1893–1993) Radcliffe College A.M. 1921 Involved in the creation of the comic book character Wonder Woman
Thom Mayne (born 1944) Design 1978 Architect, Pritzker Prize winner
Malcolm McKesson (1909–1999) College 1933 Outsider artist
Philippe de Montebello (born 1936) College 1962 Director of Metropolitan Museum of Art
I. M. Pei (1917–2019) Design 1946 Architect, Pritzker Prize winner
Henry Hobson Richardson (1838–1886) College 1859 Architect
Kenneth Dupee Swan (1887–1970) Photographer, forester [295]
Edward Warburg (1908–1992) 1930 Philanthropist, patron of the arts [296]

Religion

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
George Arthur Buttrick (1892–1980) faculty member in 1955 Professor of Christian Morals [297]
William Ellery Channing (1780–1842) College 1798 Unitarian leader
Shubael Dummer (1636–1692) College 1656 Founder of the First Parish Congregational Church of York, the oldest church congregation in the state of Maine; killed in the Candlemas Massacre [298]
Reverend John Hale (1636–1700) College 1657 (Theology Degree) Participant in the Salem witch trials who would later apologize for his role; first minister of the parish church in Beverly, Massachusetts [299][300]
Edward William Cornelius Humphrey (1844–1917) Law 1866 Presbyterian leader, lawyer and judge
Karim Aga Khan IV (born 1936) College 1958 Spiritual leader of Shia Ismaili branch of Islam
Bernard Francis Law (1931–2017) College 1953 Cardinal Archbishop of Boston
Aharon Lichtenstein (1933–2015) Phd English Chief rabbi at Yeshivat Har Etzion in the West Bank; son-in-law and disciple of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
Walter A. Maier (1893–1950) M.A. 1920, PhD 1929 Professor at Concordia Seminary, first speaker of The Lutheran Hour [301]
Cotton Mather (1663–1728) College 1678, A.M. 1681 Minister, author
Increase Mather (1639–1723) College 1656 Clergyman
Seyyed Hossein Nasr (born 1933) Divinity Muslim philosopher, leading exponent of the Perennial Philosophy leader
Fan S. Noli (1882–1965) D.D. 1908 Clergyman, founder of the Albanian Orthodox Church
Theodore Parker (1810–1860) Divinity Unitarian leader
Samuel Phillips (1690–1771) College 1708 First pastor of the South Church in Andover, Massachusetts [302]
William G. Sinkford (born 1946) College 1968 Unitarian Universalist leader
Joshua Toulmin (1740–1815) D.D. 1794 English radical dissenting minister

Athletics

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Craig Adams (born 1977) College 1999 NHL player, Pittsburgh Penguins [303]
Eugene Belisle (1910–1983) College 1931 Coxwain at 1928 Summer Olympics
Matt Birk (born 1976) College 1998 NFL center [304]
Brian Burke (born 1955) MBA/JD 1981 NHL general manager
Dick Button (born 1929) AB 1952 JD 1955 Figure skater, two-time Olympic gold medalist 1948/1954, five-time world champion, seven-time national champion
Ellery Harding Clark (1874–1949) College 1896 Two-time gold medalist at 1896 Summer Olympics
Emily Cross (born 1986) College 2009 Silver medalist in fencing at 2008 Summer Olympics
Clifton Dawson (born 1983) College 2007 NFL player, Indianapolis Colts
Jillian Dempsey (born 1991) College 2013 Ice hockey player
Eli Dershwitz (born 1995) College (attending) 2015 Saber Junior World Champion, competitor for US in fencing at the 2016 Summer Olympics [305]
John Dockery (born 1944) College 1968 NFL Cornerback [306]
Ted Donato (born 1969) College 1991 NHL player, head hockey coach [307]
Chandler Egan (1884–1936) College 1905 Gold and silver medalist in golf at 1904 Summer Olympics
Ali Farag (born 1992) College 2014 Squash player, highest world ranking of no. 1 [308]
Ryan Fitzpatrick (born 1982) College 2005 NFL quarterback, St. Louis Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets [309]
Eddie Grant (1883–1918) College 1905, Law 1909 MLB infielder, Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds, New York Giants [310]
Milton Green (1913–2005) College Runner, former world recorder holder in hurdles
Peter Gregg (1940–1981) College 1961 Racing driver [311]
Aaron Molyneaux Hewlett (1820–1871) First superintendent of physical education in American higher education [312]
Arnold Horween (1898–1985) College 1921 American football All-American player for the Harvard Crimson and the NFL; Harvard coach [313]
Ralph Horween (1896–1997) College 1920 and Law School 1929 American football All-American player for the Harvard Crimson and the NFL; centenarian [314]
Bobby Jones (1902–1971) College 1924 Golfer [315]
Dan Jiggetts (born 1954) College 1976 NFL offensive tackle, Chicago sportscaster [316]
Isaiah Kacyvenski (born 1977) College 2000, HBS 2011 NFL player, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Oakland Raiders [317]
Marv Levy (born 1925) College NFL coach, Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills [318]
Jeremy Lin (born 1988) College 2010 NBA player, Charlotte Hornets, Brooklyn Nets [319]
Esther Lofgren (born 1986) College 2009 Gold medalist in rowing at 2012 Summer Olympics
Rob Manfred (born 1958) Law 1983 Commissioner of Major League Baseball
Shep Messing (born 1949) College 1973 Soccer player
Noam Mills (born 1986) College 2012; MBA 2016 Olympic épée fencer for Israel at 2008 Summer Olympics [320][321]
Dominic Moore (born 1980) College NHL player, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, San Jose Sharks [322]
Steve Moore (born 1978) College NHL player, Colorado Avalanche [323]
Christopher Nowinski (born 1978) College 2000 Professional wrestler
Jeffrey Orridge (born 1960) Law 1986 Commissioner of the Canadian Football League
David Otunga (born 1980) 2006 Professional wrestler
John Paul (born 1939) MBA Sportscar racing driver [324]
Dylan Reese (born 1984) College NHL player, New York Islanders [325]
Robert Ridder (1919–2000) Lester Patrick Trophy recipient, United States Hockey Hall of Fame inductee [193]
Ryan Max Riley (born 1979) College 2007 United States Ski Team skier
Larry Scott (born 1964) College 1986 WTA CEO, Pac-10 commissioner [326][327]
Richard Sears (1861–1943) College 1883 Seven-time US Open champion [328]
Lou Silver (born 1953) College 1975 American-Israeli basketball player [329]
Ed Smith (1929–1998) Former NBA player, New York Knicks [330]
David Stearns (born 1985) College 2007 Milwaukee Brewers general manager [331]
Siddharth Suchde (born 1985) College 2007 Former squash player, highest world ranking of no. 39 [332]
Andrew Sudduth (1961–2006) College 1983 Silver medalist in rowing at 1984 Summer Olympics
Malcolm Turner JD/MBA Athletic Director at Vanderbilt University [333]
Benjamin (Benji) Ungar (born 1986) Fencer, NCAA champion, Harvard Male Athlete of the Year 2006
Noah Welch (born 1982) College 2005 NHL player, Florida Panthers [334]
Keith Wright (born 1989) College 2012 2010–11 Ivy League Men's Basketball Player of the Year [335]
Paul Wylie (born 1964) College 1991 Figure skater
Jimmy Vesey (born 1993) College 2016 NHL player, New York Rangers [336]

Criminals

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Marc Stuart Dreier (born 1950) Juris Doctor Harvard Law School 1975 Securities fraud
Amy Bishop (born 1965) PhD 1993 Mass murderer
Ted Kaczynski (born 1942) College 1962 Unabomber terrorist, murderer
Viktor Kozeny (born 1963) College 1989 Fugitive financier
William Leonard Pickard (born 1945) Kennedy School of Government 1996 LSD manufacturer [337]
Eugene Plotkin College 2000 Convicted of insider trading [338]
Louis Agassiz Shaw II (1906–1987) Class of 1929 Murderer
Jeffrey Skilling (born 1953) Business 1979 Conspiracy, making false statements, insider trading, and securities fraud during the Enron case [339]
Sinedu Tadesse (1974–1995) College 1996 (did not graduate) Murderer
Chuck Turner (1940–2019) College 1963 Convicted felon and former Boston City Council member
John White Webster (1793–1850) College 1811 Murderer
Richard Whitney (1888–1974) Embezzler
Stephen H. Kessler (born 1935) Medical 1957 "Mad LSD Slayer" of 1967 [340]

Academics

Educational institution founders and presidents

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
William Allen (1784–1968) College 1802 President of Bowdoin College
Richard E. Berendzen (born 1938) PhD 1967 President, The American University
Thomas W. Butcher (1867–1947) Doctorate President of Kansas State Teachers College (now Emporia State University) from 1913 to 1943
William R. Cotter College 1958, Law 1961 18th President of Colby College
Claudio Demattè (1942–2004) Business 1970 Founder, SDA Bocconi
Shih Choon Fong (born 1945) PhD 1973 First President of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology [341]
Clifton D. Gray (1875–1944) College 1897 President of Bates College
David C. Hardesty Law 1973 President of West Virginia University
Yoshito Hori (born 1962) MBA Founder of Globis University Graduate School of Management
William DeWitt Hyde (1858–1917) College 1879 President of Bowdoin College
David Lloyd Johnston (born 1941) AB 1963 President of University of Waterloo and currently Governor General of Canada [342]
Heather Knight Doctorate 21st President of Pacific Union College
Robert B. Lawton (born 1947) PhD 1977 President, Loyola Marymount University [343]
Edith Lesley (1872–1953) Radcliffe College 1908 Founder of Lesley University
Daniel Little (born 1949) Philosophy Chancellor of University of Michigan-Dearborn
Alexandra W. Logue Provost of New York Institute of Technology
Stephen W. Nease (1925–2006) Divinity President of the Eastern Nazarene College 1981–89 [344][345]
M. Lee Pelton (born 1950) PhD 1984, Senior Tutor of Winthrop House President of Willamette University [346]
Marvin Banks Perry Jr. (1918–1994) MA 1941; PhD 1950 President of Goucher College and Agnes Scott College [347]
Ruth J. Person Institute of Educational Management 1989 Chancellor, University of Michigan (Flint Campus) [348]
Charles F. Phillips (1910–1998) PhD Economist, president of Bates College
John Phillips (1719–1795) B.A., M.A. Founder of Phillips Exeter Academy [349]
William C. Powers (1946–2019) JD 1973 President of The University of Texas at Austin [350]
Louise Richardson (born 1958) PhD 1989 First female Vice-Chancellor of the University of St Andrews and first female Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford
Mark Roosevelt (born 1955) B.A. From Harvard University
Law degree from Harvard Law School
President of Antioch College, Yellow Springs Ohio; great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt, Class of 1980
Jonathan Rosenbaum (born 1947) PhD President of Gratz College
Katherine A. Rowe PhD 1992 28th and first female president of the College of William and Mary; graduate of Carleton College [351]
Fred J. Shields Education President of the Eastern Nazarene College 1919–23 [352][353]
Phillip Shriver (1922–2011) President of Miami University Ohio; graduate of Yale University and Columbia University
Andrew Sledd (1870–1939) M.A. Greek 1896 First president of the University of Florida, 1905–09 [354]
David J. Steinberg College; A.M.; PhD President of Long Island University
Robert E. L. Strider (1917–2010) College 1939 17th president of Colby College
Sanford J. Ungar (born 1945) 10th president of Goucher College
Peggy R. Williams Education 1983 President of Ithaca College
George W. Webber (1920–2010) College 1942 President of the New York Theological Seminary [355]
John Philip Wernette (1903–1988) M.A. 1929, PhD 1932 President of the University of New Mexico

Professors and scholars

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Encarnacion Alzona (1895–2001) Radcliffe 1920 Historian; National Scientist of the Philippines; first Filipino woman to receive a PhD; former member of the University of the Philippines System Board of Regents [356]
Herman Vandenburg Ames (1865–1935) PhD 1891 Historian; inaugural recipient of the Justin Winsor Prize [357]
Eugene C. Barker (1874–1956) Graduate study in history Premier historian of Texas
Sylvan Barnet (1926–2016) PhD 1954 Shakespearean scholar
George E. Bates (1902–1992) MBA 1925 Professor of Investment Management at the Harvard Business School; editor of the Harvard Business Review [358]
Bernard Berenson (1865–1959) College 1887 Art historian
Ann Bergren (1942–2018) PhD 1973 Professor of Greek Literature; first woman classicist to gain tenure at UCLA
Luciano Berio (1925–2003) 1994 Distinguished Composer in Residence Composer
Michael Beschloss (born 1955) Business 1980 Historian
David Bevington (1931–2019) PhD 1958 Scholar
Marian Stoltz-Loike Psychology and Social Relations College Dean and Vice President
Amy Bishop (born 1965) PhD Assassinated three fellow professors and wounded two more at The University of Alabama in Huntsville
John Boswell (1947–1994) PhD 1975 Historian of homosexual history
Jean Briggs (1929–2016) PhD 1967 Anthropologist, ethnographer and expert on Inuit languages; compiled the world's first Utkuhiksalingmiut Inuktitut dictionary (2015) [359]
Schuyler V. Cammann (1921–1991) M.A. 1941 Anthropologist
Lester J. Cappon (1900–1981) M.A. and PhD 1928 Historian, documentary editor, and archivist for Colonial Williamsburg
Robert Castelli (born 1949) M.A. 1996 Criminal Justice Department Chair at Iona College, New York State Assemblyman
Yuen Ren Chao (1892–1982) PhD 1918 Chinese American linguist, philosopher and amateur composer
John Leonard Clive (1924–1990) PhD 1952 Historian, winner of the 1974 National Book Award for Biography [360]
Kate Cooper (born 1960) MTS Professor of Ancient History [361]
Donald Davidson (1917–2003) PhD Philosopher
Joseph R. D'Cruz PhD 1979 Professor of strategic management at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management [362]
Greg Dening (1931–2008) PhD Historian, scholar of historical ethnography
John K. Fairbank (1907–1991) College 1929 East Asian scholar
Ben Finney (1933–2017) PhD 1964 Anthropologist, author, Polynesian Voyaging Society co-founder
M. Judah Folkman (1933–2008) 1953 Founder of angiogenesis
Mary Parker Follett (1868–1933) Radcliffe 1898 Social and political theorist
Richard Foltz (born 1961) PhD 1996 Historian of religions
James Fowler (born 1970) College 1992; PhD 2003 Political scientist [363]
Charles Harvard Gibbs-Smith (1909–1981) M.A. 1932 Historian [364]
Nelson Goodman (1906–1998) College 1928; PhD 1941 Philosopher
Philip F. Gura (born 1950) A.B. 1972; PhD 1977 Leading scholar on American history and literature
Patricia Greenspan A.M. 1968; PhD 1972 Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, College Park [365]
Lewis A. Grossman Juris Doctor, 1990 Professor of Law at the Washington College of Law
Harlan P. Hanson (1925–1996) A.B. 1948; PhD 1959 Director of the Advanced Placement program (1965–1989)
George Haskins (1915–1991) AB 1935;
Juris Doctor 1942
Law professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School
Perry H. Howard Sociologist at Louisiana State University who researched Louisiana politics
KC Johnson (born 1967) A.B. 1988; PhD 1993 Professor of History at Brooklyn College and the City University of New York, known for his work exposing the facts about the Duke lacrosse case [366]
T.R. Kidder (born 1960) PhD 1989 Archaeologist, former Dean of Tulane
Gary N. Knoppers (1956–2018) A.M. 1986; PhD 1988 Leading scholar on Chronicles and Chronicler
Robert A. Kraft (born 1934) PhD 1961 Leading scholar on Jewish history and Christian origins
Rosalind E. Krauss (born 1941) PhD 1969 Art historian and founder of academic journal October
Alan Kreider (1941–2017) A.M. (1965), PhD (1971), Travelling Fellow (1966–67) Former Director, Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, University of Oxford
Saul Kripke (born 1940) College; Society of Fellows Philosopher
Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922–1996) College 1943; A.M. 1946; PhD 1949 Philosopher and historian of science
Carole LaBonne (1922–1996) PhD 1996 Erastus O. Haven Professor of Life Sciences and Chair of the Department of Molecular Biosciences at Northwestern University
Christopher Lasch (1932–1994) A.B. 1954 Historian [367]
Robert Lieber (born 1941) PhD 1968 Professor, Department of Government and School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University [368]
Robert C. Lieberman (born 1964) PhD 1994 Political scientist, Provost of Johns Hopkins University [369]
David Lewis (1941–2001) PhD 1967 Philosopher
Perry Link (born 1944) College 1966, PhD 1976 Sinologist, professor
Roger Martin (born 1956) Business 1978 Dean of University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management
Robert Mundheim (born 1933) BA 1954, LLB 1957 Attorney, law professor, and Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School
Onora O'Neill, Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve (born 1941) PhD 1969 LL.D. 2010 Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge; President of the British Academy (2005–2009); Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge; 2017 laureate, Berggruen Prize [370]
Hugh R. Page (born 1956) PhD 1990 Scholar of theology and Africana Studies [371]
Francis Parkman (1823–1898) Law Historian
Juan Antonio Pérez López (1934–1996) PhD 1970 Business theorist
Joel M. Podolny (born 1965) College 1986 Dean of Yale School of Management; sociologist
Ben H. Procter (1927–2012) PhD Professor of history at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, 1957 to 2000; biographer of William Randolph Hearst [372]
Daniel Richman College 1980 Paul J. Kellner Professor of Law at Columbia Law School
William Rees Brebner Robertson (1881–1941) PhD, 1915 Professor of Zoology at the University of Kansas; Robertsonian translocation
V. Vance Roley PhD, Masters Dean of the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii [373]
Duane W. Roller (born 1946) PhD, 1971 Professor Emeritus of Classics at the Ohio State University
Mark Rosenzweig (1922–2009) PhD 1949 Professor at the University of California, Berkeley whose studies showed that the brain develops into adulthood based on life experiences [374]
Jeffrey Sachs (born 1954) B.A.;M.A;PhD Economist
Edward Said (1935–2003) A.M.; PhD 1964 Coined term Orientalism; Palestinian activist; professor
George Santayana (1863–1952) College 1886; PhD 1889; professor Philosopher
Andrea Smith B.A. Native American Studies
Christian Smith (born 1960) PhD 1990 Religious Studies
Timothy L. Smith (1924–1997) PhD Religious historian, author [375]
Diane Souvaine (born 1954) College Chairperson of the computer science program at Tufts University; professor of computer science and mathematics
Ronald Spores (born 1931) PhD 1964 Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University [376]
Phillip Swagel (born 1966) PhD 1993 Economist [377]
Barbara Tuchman (1912–1989) Radcliffe 1933; faculty Historian
Jon Wiener (born 1944) PhD Historian [378]
Carter G. Woodson (1875–1950) PhD 1912 Historian, second African American to receive a PhD (after W.E.B. DuBois), professor and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Howard University, co-founder of Black History Month
Charles W. Woodworth (1865–1940) Grad. student, researcher (1886–1888) (1900–1901) Entomologist; founder of UCB's Entomology Department
Amy Zegart (born 1967) College 1989, magna cum laude in East Asian Studies Professor of Public Policy; UCLA School of Public Affairs
Robert A. Gorman (born 1937) 1989 Professor; University of Pennsylvania School of Law
Lia Epperson College, magna cum laude in sociology Professor of Law, civil rights lawyer; American University Washington College of Law [379]

Faculty

Professors who are also Harvard alumni are listed in italics.

Nobel laureates

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Kenneth Arrow (1921–2017) Professor Economist; Nobel Prize winner [380]
Elias J. Corey (born 1928) Professor Chemist; Nobel Prize winner
Dudley Herschbach (born 1932) Professor Chemist; Nobel Prize winner
William Lipscomb (1919–2011) Professor Chemist; Nobel Prize winner
Norman F. Ramsey (1915–2011) Professor Physicist; Nobel Prize winner
Thomas Schelling (1921–2016) Professor Economist, Nobel Prize 2005
Julian Schwinger (1918–1994) Professor Physicist; Nobel Prize winner (1965)
Amartya Sen (born 1933) Professor Economist; Nobel Prize winner (1998)
James D. Watson (born 1928) Professor Molecular biologist; Nobel Prize winner
Robert Burns Woodward (1917–1979) Professor Chemist, Nobel Prize 1965
Mario Vargas Llosa (born 1936) Visiting Professor Writer; Nobel Prize winner [381]

Others

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Mark Albion (born 1951) PhD 1982 Author, social entrepreneur, co-founder of Net Impact
William Berenberg (1915–2005) College 1936; professor Professor of pediatrics, physician [382]
Theodore C. Bestor (born 1951) Professor Anthropologist
Grete L. Bibring (1899–1977) Professor, Harvard Medical School Psychoanalyst; first female professor at Harvard Medical School [383]
Roderick Bronson Director, Rodent Pathology Core, Harvard Medical School Pathologist
Fitzroy Carrington (1869–1954) Lecturer on engraving Journalist
Richard Clarke (born 1951) Faculty Diplomat, counterterrorism expert
Kim B. Clark (born 1949) College 1974; A.M. 1977; PhD 1978; Dean of business school 1995–2005 Economist; President of BYU-Idaho
Bronson Crothers (1884–1959) College 1904; M.D. 1909; Professor (1944–1952) Pediatric neurologist
Lawrence "Crash" Davis (1919–2001) Baseball coach (1943–1945) Inspiration for Bull Durham
Rose Laub Coser (1916–1994) Professor of sociology in psychiatry department [3]
Alan Dershowitz (born 1938) Professor (born 1964) Law scholar, pro-Israel activist
Noam Elkies (born 1966) A.M. 1986; PhD 1987; professor (born 1990) Mathematician
Ephraim Emerton (1851–1935) Professor First recipient of the Winn Professorship of Ecclesiastical History
Archie Epps (1937–2003) B.D 1961 Dean of Students (1971–1999) [384]
Denise Faustman (born 1958) Associate Professor of Medicine Medical doctor and pioneer in diabetes research
Martin Feldstein (1939–2019) College 1961; professor Economist
Niall Ferguson (born 1964) Professor 2005–present Historian
C. Stephen Foster Professor 1993–present Ophthalmologist
John Kenneth Galbraith (1908–2006) Professor Canadian-American Keynesian economist
Henry Louis Gates Jr. (born 1950) Professor African American studies scholar
Daniel Gilbert (born 1957) Professor at the Department of Psychology Social psychologist
Andrew M. Gleason (1921–2008) Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy Major contributions to the solution of Hilbert's 5th Problem, the analyticity of Lie groups
Daniel Goldhagen (born 1959) PhD; previously an Associate Professor of Government and Social Studies Political scientist; controversial author of Hitler's Willing Executioners
Stephen Jay Gould (1941–2002) Professor Biologist
Stephen Greenblatt (born 1943) Professor Literary critic
Walter Gropius (1883–1969) Professor; dean of Harvard Graduate School of Design Architect
Theodore Hall (1925–1999) College 1943 Soviet spy on the Manhattan Project
Caroline Hoxby (born 1966) College 1988; professor Economist
Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz (born 1942) PhD; professor Historian
Samuel P. Huntington (1927–2008) PhD 1951; professor Political scientist
Jay Jasanoff (born 1942) A.B. 1963, PhD 1968; professor 1970–78, 1998– Linguist [385]
Geoffrey Jones Professor 2002–present Business historian
Howard Koh (born 1952) Professor, Harvard School of Public Health Physician
Susumu Kuno (born 1933) PhD 1964, Professor Emeritus Linguist [386]
George Martin Lane (1823–1897) Professor (1869–1894) Classical scholar
Timothy Leary (1920–1996) Professor (1959–1963) Writer, psychologist, LSD guru
Alain Leroy Locke (1885–1954) College 1907; PhD 1918 Writer, educator, philosopher
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882) Professor (1834–1854) Poet
N. Gregory Mankiw (born 1958) Professor Economist, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors
Harvey Mansfield (born 1932) Professor William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Government at Harvard University
Julián Marías (1914–2005) Professor Philosopher and author
Richard Marius (1933–1999) Professor Reformation historian and author
Ernst Mayr (1904–2005) Professor Evolutionary biologist
Robert C. Merton (born 1944) Professor Economist, Nobel Prize winner
Ken Nakayama Professor Psychologist
Robert Nozick (1938–2002) Professor Libertarian philosopher
Milman Parry (1902–1935) Professor Scholar of the classics and folklore
Karan Gupta (born 1979) 2015 Activist
Benjamin Peirce (1809–1880) College 1829; professor Mathematician
Jordan Peterson (born 1962) Professor (1993–1998) Psychologist
Steven Pinker (born 1954) PhD 1979; professor Psychologist
Seda Pumpyanskaya (born 1965) 1992; International Corporate Communication Director
Robert Putnam (born 1941) Professor Political scientist
W. V. Quine (1908–2000) PhD 1932; professor (1956–2000) Philosopher, logician
John Rawls (1921–2002) Professor Philosopher, political scientist
Wade Regehr Professor Neurobiology [387]
Edwin O. Reischauer (1910–1990) PhD 1939; professor; namesake of Reischauer Institute East Asian scholar
Juan Rosai (born 1940) Visiting Professor Medical doctor and professor of pathology; author of a main textbook in the field; discoverer of the Rosai-Dorfman disease
Josiah Royce (1855–1916) Professor (1892–1914) Philosopher
James R. Russell (born 1953) Professor (born 1993) Professor and scholar; Mashtots Professor of Armenian Studies, Harvard University [388]
Nadav Safran (1925–2003) Professor Expert in Arab politics; former director of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Michael Sandel (born 1953) Professor Political scientist
Elaine Scarry (born 1946) Professor of English and American Literature and Language, the Walter M. Cabot Professor of Aesthetics and the General Theory of Value Author
Arthur M. Schlesinger (1888–1965) Professor, namesake of Schlesinger Library Historian
B. F. Skinner (1904–1990) PhD 1931, Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology Behavioral psychologist, inventor
Wilfred Cantwell Smith (1916–2000) Professor Religious scholar, professor
Jared Sparks (1789–1866) College 1819; professor (1838–1849) Historian
David A. Thomas (born 1956) Professor Dean of the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University
Laurence Tribe (born 1941) College 1962; Law 1966; professor Lawyer
Cornel West (born 1953) Professor (1993–2002) African American studies scholar
George M. Whitesides (born 1939) College 1960; University professor (born 1982) Chemist
James Q. Wilson (1931–2012) Professor 1961–87 Professor of public policy
Dave Winer (born 1955) Fellow at HLS's Berkman Center for Internet and Society 2004 Software developer; early and still famous blogger
Harry Austryn Wolfson (1887–1974) PhD; professor Philosopher
Ma Ying-Jeou (born 1950) Doctor of Juridical Science, J.S.D. 1981 12th President of the Republic of China
Barack Hussein Obama Sr. (1936–1982) A.M., economics, 1965 Kenyan economist, father of U.S. President Barack Obama
Malia Obama (born 1998) 2017–present Daughter of Barack Obama and Michelle Obama
Sameh El-Saharty (born 1957) MD, MSc, MPH 1991 President of Harvard Arab Alumni, Senior Health specialist, World Bank [389]
Richard Wilson (1926–2018) Professor at the Department of Physics (born 1955) Physicist [390]

See also

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