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List of Nobel laureates affiliated with Harvard University

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The John Harvard Statue at Harvard University. As of October 2020, 161 Nobel laureates have been associated with Harvard University.
The John Harvard Statue at Harvard University. As of October 2020, 161 Nobel laureates have been associated with Harvard University.

This list of Nobel laureates affiliated with Harvard University comprehensively shows the alumni, faculty members as well as researchers of Harvard University who were awarded the Nobel Prize or the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. The Nobel Prizes, established by the 1895 will of Alfred Nobel, are awarded to individuals who make outstanding contributions in the fields of Chemistry, Literature, Peace, Physics, and Physiology or Medicine.[1] An associated prize, the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel (commonly known as the Nobel Prize in Economics), was instituted by Sweden's central bank, Sveriges Riksbank, in 1968 and first awarded in 1969.[2]

As of October 2020, 161 Nobel laureates have been affiliated with Harvard University. Among the 161 laureates, 113 are Nobel laureates in natural sciences;[a] 80 are Harvard alumni (graduates and attendees) and 55 have been long-term academic members of the Harvard faculty or Harvard-affiliated research organizations; and subject-wise, 43 laureates have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, more than any other subject.[b] This list considers Nobel laureates as equal individuals and does not consider their various prize shares or if they received the prize more than once.[3] In particular, John Bardeen received two Nobel Prizes in Physics, in 1956 and in 1972; since this is a list of laureates, not prizes, he is counted only once.[4]

Inclusion criteria

General rules

Harvard University
Harvard University

The affiliations of Harvard University in this list include all the official academic affiliations such as official academic employment and degree programs of the university. The official academic affiliations include alumni (graduates and attendees), long-term faculty members, and short-term academic staff.

Graduates are defined as those who hold bachelor's, master's, doctorate, or equivalent degrees from Harvard University, while attendees are those who formally enrolled in a degree program at Harvard, but did not complete the degree program or obtain a formal degree. Honorary degrees, posthumous degrees, summer attendees, exchange students, and auditing students are excluded. Those who hold certificates or studied as non-degree students at Harvard are also excluded.

The long-term faculty members consist of tenure or tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while short-term academic staff consist of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers (postdocs), visiting professors or scholars (visitors), and equivalent academic positions. At Harvard University, the specific academic title solely determines the type of affiliation, regardless of the actual time the position was held by a laureate.

Further explanations on "visitors" under "Short-term Academic Staff" are presented as follows. 1) All informal or personal visits are excluded from the list; 2) all employment-based visiting positions, which carry teaching or research duties, are included as affiliations in the list; 3) as for award or honor-based visiting positions, to minimize controversy this list takes a conservative view and includes the positions as affiliations only if the laureates were required to assume employment-level duty (teaching or research) or the laureates specifically classified the visiting positions as "affiliation" or similar in reliable sources such as their curriculum vita. To be specific, visiting positions such as the "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" (M.L.S Lecturer), "Lee Historical Lectureship", "Charles Eliot Norton Professorship" and "Robert B. Woodward Visiting Professorship" at Harvard are awards or honors or recognition without employment-level duty, and thus are excluded from this list. On the other hand, "Morris Loeb Long-term Lectureship" (M.L.L Lecturer) carries teaching duty, and thus are included.[5][6][7] In particular, attending meetings and giving public lectures, talks or non-curricular seminars at Harvard is not a form of employment-level duty. Finally, summer visitors are generally excluded from the list unless summer work yielded significant end products such as research publications and components of Nobel-winning work, since summer terms are not part of formal academic years; the same rule applies to Harvard Extension School.

Some visitors and staff not qualified as official academic affiliates
Name Nobel Prize Year Role in Harvard University
Stefan W. Hell Chemistry 2014 Robert Burns Woodward Visiting Scholar (2006)[8]
William Moerner Chemistry 2014 Robert Burns Woodward Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry (1997–1998)[9]
Eric Cornell Physics 2001 Teaching Fellow at Harvard Extension School (1989)[10]
Shimon Peres Peace 1994 Attended a 4-month Advanced Management Program (non-degree) at Harvard Business School[11]
Wolfgang Paul Physics 1989 Morris Loeb lecturer (1970)[12][13]
John Vane Physiology or Medicine 1982 Visiting Professor (1979)[14]
Gerald Edelman Physiology or Medicine 1972 Visiting Professor (1965)[15]
Albert Szent-Györgyi Physiology or Medicine 1937 Visitor, delivered three public lectures in 1935[16][17]
Eugene O'Neill Literature 1936 Special student (1914–1915)[18][19]

Affiliated organizations

This list does not include Nobel-winning organizations or any individuals affiliated with those organizations. It also doesn't include affiliates of institutions that later merged and became part of Harvard University. In particular, Nobel laureates who were affiliates of Radcliffe College are not included in this list.[20]

Some visitors and staff not qualified as official academic affiliates
Name Nobel Prize Year Role in Harvard University
Reinhard Genzel Physics 2020 Postdoc at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (1978–1980)[23]
Robert W. Wilson Physics 1978 Senior Scientist at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (1994–)[24]
Felix Bloch Physics 1952 Felix Bloch was Associate Group Leader at Harvard Radio Research Laboratory (1943–1945) and conducted secret military research on radar.[25][26][27]

Summary

All types of affiliations, namely alumni, long-term and short-term academic staff, count equally in the following table and throughout the whole page.[c]

In the following list, the number following a person's name is the year they received the prize; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while they were working at Harvard University (including emeritus staff).[d] A name underlined implies that this person has already been listed in a previous category (i.e., multiple affiliations).

Category Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Total: 161 80 55 78
Physics (32)
  1. David Wineland- 2012
  2. Brian Schmidt - 2011
  3. Adam Riess - 2011
  4. Saul Perlmutter - 2011
  5. Roy Glauber- 2005
  6. David Politzer - 2004
  7. David M. Lee- 1996
  8. Joseph H. Taylor - 1993
  9. Kenneth G. Wilson - 1982
  10. Nico Bloembergen - 1981
  11. Sheldon Glashow- 1979
  12. John van Vleck - 1977
  13. Philip W. Anderson - 1977
  14. Ben Mottelson - 1975
  15. Edward M. Purcell - 1952
  16. Percy Bridgman - 1946
  1. Roy Glauber - 2005*
  2. Riccardo Giacconi - 2002
  3. Norman Ramsey - 1989*
  4. Carlo Rubbia - 1984
  5. Nico Bloembergen - 1981*
  6. Steven Weinberg - 1979*
  7. Sheldon Glashow - 1979*
  8. John van Vleck - 1977*
  9. Julian Schwinger - 1965*
  10. Edward M. Purcell - 1952*
  11. Percy Bridgman - 1946*
  1. John M. Kosterlitz - 2016
  2. Serge Haroche - 2012
  3. Brian Schmidt- 2011
  4. Frank Wilczek - 2004
  5. David Politzer - 2004
  6. David Gross - 2004
  7. Anthony Leggett - 2003
  8. Gerard 't Hooft - 1999
  9. Kenneth G. Wilson - 1982
  10. Nico Bloembergen- 1981
  11. Steven Weinberg - 1979
  12. Arno Penzias - 1978
  13. John Bardeen - 1956, 1972
  14. Owen Chamberlain - 1959
  15. Walter Brattain - 1956
  16. Willis Lamb - 1955
Chemistry (38)
  1. Jennifer Doudna - 2020
  2. George P. Smith- 2018
  3. Martin Karplus - 2013
  4. Thomas Steitz - 2009
  5. Roger Tsien - 2008
  6. Martin Chalfie - 2008
  7. Roger Kornberg - 2006
  8. Richard Schrock- 2005
  9. William S. Knowles- 2001
  10. Walter Kohn - 1998
  11. Donald Cram - 1987
  12. Dudley Herschbach - 1986
  13. Jerome Karle - 1985
  14. Roald Hoffmann - 1981
  15. Walter Gilbert - 1980
  16. William H. Stein - 1972
  17. Chris Anfinsen- 1972
  18. James B. Sumner - 1946
  19. Theodore W. Richards - 1914
  1. Martin Karplus - 2013*
  2. Roger Kornberg - 2006
  3. Roderick MacKinnon- 2003
  4. Elias Corey - 1990*
  5. Dudley Herschbach - 1986*
  6. Walter Gilbert - 1980*
  7. William Lipscomb - 1976*
  8. Geoffrey Wilkinson - 1973
  9. Christ Anfinsen- 1972
  10. Robert B. Woodward - 1965*
  11. Theodore W. Richards- 1914
  1. Jennifer Doudna - 2020
  2. Paul L. Modrich - 2015
  3. Arieh Warshel - 2013
  4. Robert Lefkowitz - 2012
  5. Thomas Steitz - 2009
  6. Roger Kornberg - 2006
  7. Aaron Ciechanover - 2004
  8. Roderick MacKinnon - 2003
  9. Barry Sharpless- 2001
  10. Ryoji Noyori - 2001
  11. William S. Knowles - 2001
  12. Walter Kohn - 1998
  13. Robert Curl- 1996
  14. Sidney Altman - 1989
  15. Jean-Marie Lehn - 1987
  16. Y. T. Lee - 1986
  17. Dudley Herschbach - 1986
  18. Roald Hoffmann - 1981
  19. Walter Gilbert - 1980
  20. William H. Stein- 1972
  21. Derek Barton - 1969
  22. Robert Mulliken - 1966
  23. Robert B. Woodward - 1965
  24. Peter Debye - 1936
  25. Wilhelm Ostwald- 1909
Physiology or Medicine (43)
  1. Gregg L. Semenza- 2019
  2. James Rothman - 2013
  3. Ralph Steinman - 2011
  4. Mario Capecchi - 2007
  5. Craig Mello - 2006
  6. Robert Horvitz - 2002
  7. Eric Kandel- 2000
  8. Donnall Thomas - 1990
  9. Joseph Murray- 1990
  10. Harold Varmus - 1989
  11. J. Michael Bishop - 1989
  12. George Hitchings - 1988
  13. George D. Snell- 1980
  14. Carleton Gajdusek - 1976
  15. Charles Huggins - 1966
  16. Thomas H. Weller - 1954
  17. Frederick Robbins - 1954
  18. John Enders - 1954
  19. Edward Doisy - 1943
  20. William P. Murphy - 1934
  21. George Minot - 1934
  1. William Kaelin Jr. - 2019*
  2. Jack Szostak - 2009*
  3. Linda Buck - 2004
  4. Torsten Wiesel - 1981*
  5. David Hubel - 1981*
  6. Baruj Benacerraf - 1980*
  7. George Wald - 1967*
  8. Konrad Bloch - 1964*
  9. James Watson - 1962*
  10. Georg Békésy - 1961*
  11. George Beadle - 1958
  12. Thomas Weller - 1954*
  13. John Enders - 1954*
  14. Fritz Lipmann - 1953*
  15. William Murphy - 1934
  16. George Minot - 1934*
  1. William Kaelin Jr. - 2019
  2. Richard J. Roberts - 1993
  3. J. Michael Bishop - 1989
  4. George Hitchings - 1988
  5. Joseph L. Goldstein - 1985
  6. Michael S. Brown - 1985
  7. Bengt Samuelsson - 1982
  8. Roger Sperry - 1981
  9. Jean Dausset - 1980
  10. Allan Cormack - 1979
  11. Francis Crick - 1962
  12. Frederick Robbins - 1954
  13. Max Theiler - 1951
  14. Carl Cori - 1947
Economics (33)
  1. Robert B. Wilson - 2020
  2. Michael Kremer - 2019
  3. Abhijit Banerjee - 2019
  4. Lloyd Shapley - 2012
  5. Christopher Sims - 2011
  6. Thomas Sargent - 2011
  7. Roger Myerson - 2007
  8. Eric Maskin - 2007
  9. Thomas Schelling - 2005
  10. Vernon L. Smith - 2002
  11. Michael Spence - 2001
  12. Merton Miller - 1990
  13. Robert Solow - 1987
  14. James Tobin - 1981
  15. Bertil Ohlin - 1977
  16. Paul Samuelson - 1970
  1. Michael Kremer - 2019*
  2. Abhijit Banerjee - 2019
  3. Oliver S. Hart- 2016*
  4. Alvin Roth- 2012*
  5. Christopher Sims - 2011
  6. Eric Maskin - 2007
  7. Thomas Schelling- 2005
  8. Michael Spence - 2001
  9. Amartya Sen - 1998
  10. Robert C. Merton - 1997*
  11. Robert Fogel- 1993
  12. Wassily Leontief - 1973*
  13. Kenneth Arrow - 1972*
  14. Simon Kuznets - 1971*
  1. Michael Kremer - 2019
  2. Abhijit Banerjee - 2019
  3. Jean Tirole - 2014
  4. Robert Shiller - 2013
  5. Lars P. Hansen - 2013
  6. Christopher Sims - 2011
  7. Thomas Sargent - 2011
  8. Chris Pissarides - 2010
  9. Peter Diamond - 2010
  10. Oliver Williamson - 2009
  11. Leonid Hurwicz - 2007
  12. Daniel Kahneman - 2002
  13. Amartya Sen - 1998
  14. Robert Merton - 1997
  15. Robert Fogel - 1993
  16. Franco Modigliani - 1985
Literature (7)
  1. T. S. Eliot - 1948
  1. Seamus Heaney - 1995*
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa - 2010
  2. J. M. Coetzee - 2003
  3. Seamus Heaney - 1995
  4. Derek Walcott - 1992
  5. Bertrand Russell - 1950
  6. Rudolf Eucken- 1908
Peace (8)
  1. Juan Santos - 2016
  2. Ellen Sirleaf- 2011
  3. Barack Obama - 2009
  4. Al Gore - 2007
  5. Henry Kissinger - 1973
  6. Ralph Bunche - 1950
  7. Theodore Roosevelt - 1906
  1. Henry Kissinger - 1973
  2. Ralph Bunche - 1950
  1. Kim Dae-jung - 2000

Nobel laureates by category

Nobel laureates in Physics

No. Name Year Affiliation with Harvard University
32 John M. Kosterlitz 2016 Visiting Professor at the Department of Physics (1978), produced a paper with David Robert Nelson[28][29][30]
31 David Wineland 2012 PhD[31]
30 Serge Haroche 2012 Visiting Professor (1981)[32][33]
29 Brian Schmidt 2011 AM (1992) and PhD in Astronomy (1993)[34]
28 Adam Riess 2011 PhD in Astrophysics (1996)[35]
27 Saul Perlmutter 2011 AB in Physics (1981)[36]
26 Roy Glauber 2005 AB in 1946, AM in 1947 and PhD in Physics; Lecturer and Bayard Cutting Fellow for Research in Physics (1952–1954), Assistant Professor of Physics (1954–1956), Associate Professor of Physics (1956–1961), Professor of Physics (1962–1976), and Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics (1976–2018)[37][38]
25 Frank Wilczek 2004 Visiting Professor (September 1987–June 1988)[39]
24 David Politzer 2004 AM and PhD in Physics (1974); Junior Fellow (1974–1977)[40]
23 David Gross 2004 Junior Fellow (1966–1969)[41]
22 Anthony Leggett 2003 Research Associate, Department of Physics (1966–1967)[42][43]
21 Riccardo Giacconi 2002 Professor of Astronomy (1973–1982)[44]
20 Gerard 't Hooft 1999 Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer (1975–1976)[45][46]
19 David M. Lee 1996 AB[47]
18 Joseph H. Taylor 1993 PhD[48]
17 Norman Ramsey 1989 Professor[49]
16 Carlo Rubbia 1984 Professor[50]
15 Kenneth G. Wilson 1982 AB; Junior Fellow[51]
14 Nico Bloembergen 1981 Graduate attendee; Professor; Junior Fellow[52]
13 Steven Weinberg 1979 Professor; Junior Fellow[53]
12 Sheldon Glashow 1979 AM, PhD; Professor[54]
11 Arno Penzias 1978 Research Associate, Harvard College Observatory (1968-1980)[55][56]
10 John van Vleck 1977 AM, PhD; Professor[57]
9 Philip W. Anderson 1977 AB, AM, PhD[58]
8 Ben Mottelson 1975 PhD[59]
John Bardeen* 1972 Junior Fellow[60] (*Another Nobel Physics Prize in 1956)
7 Julian Schwinger 1965 Professor[61]
6 Owen Chamberlain 1959 Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer (1959–1960)[62]
5 Walter Brattain 1956 Visiting Lecturer (Fall 1952)[63][64]
4 John Bardeen* 1956 Junior Fellow[60] (*Another Nobel Physics Prize in 1972)
3 Willis Lamb 1955 Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer (1953–1954)[65]
2 Edward M. Purcell 1952 AM (1935) and PhD (1938); Instructor to Associate Professor of Physics (1938–1949), Professor of Physics (1949–1960), Gerhard Gade University Professor (1960–1980), and Emeritus Professor of Physics (1980–1997)[66]
1 Percy Bridgman 1946 AB (1904), AM (1905), and PhD in Physics (1908); Assistant in Physics (1904–1913), Assistant Professor of Physics (1913–1919), Professor of Physics (1919–1926), Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy (1926–1950), Higgins University Professor (1950–1954), and Higgins University Professor, Emeritus (1954–1961)[67]

Nobel laureates in Chemistry

No. Name Year Affiliation with Harvard University
38 Jennifer Doudna 2020 PhD in Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology (1989); Postdoctoral Researcher (1989–1991)[68]
37 George P. Smith 2018 PhD[69]
36 Paul L. Modrich 2015 Postdoctoral Researcher (1973–1974)[70]
35 Arieh Warshel 2013 Postdoctoral Researcher (1970–1972)[71]
34 Martin Karplus 2013 AB; Professor[72]
33 Robert Lefkowitz 2012 Teaching Fellow at Harvard Medical School and Medical Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital (1970–1973)[73]
32 Thomas Steitz 2009 PhD; Postdoctoral Researcher[74]
31 Roger Y. Tsien 2008 AB[75]
30 Martin Chalfie 2008 AB, PhD[76]
29 Roger Kornberg 2006 AB; Assistant Professor; Junior Fellow[77]
28 Richard Schrock 2005 PhD[78]
27 Aaron Ciechanover 2004 Visiting Professor, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School (1985, 1986)[79]
26 Roderick MacKinnon 2003 Professor; Postdoctoral Researcher (1985-1986)[80]
25 Barry Sharpless 2001 Postdoctoral Researcher (1969)[81]
24 Ryoji Noyori 2001 Postdoctoral Researcher (1969–1970)[82]
23 William Standish Knowles 2001 AB[83]
22 Walter Kohn 1998 PhD; Postdoctoral Researcher[84]
21 Robert Curl 1996 Postdoctoral Researcher[85]
20 Elias Corey 1990 Professor of Chemistry (1959–)[86]
19 Sidney Altman 1989 Postdoctoral Researcher[87]
18 Jean-Marie Lehn 1987 Postdoctoral Researcher (1964); Visiting Professor (1972, 1974, on a part time basis until 1980)[88]
17 Donald Cram 1987 PhD[89]
16 Y. T. Lee 1986 Postdoctoral Researcher (1967–1968)[90][91]
15 Dudley Herschbach 1986 PhD; Professor; Junior Fellow[92]
14 Jerome Karle 1985 AM (1938)[93]
13 Roald Hoffmann 1981 PhD; Junior Fellow[94]
12 Walter Gilbert 1980 AB, SM; Postdoctoral Researcher[95][96]
11 William Lipscomb 1976 Professor[97]
10 Geoffrey Wilkinson 1973 Assistant Professor[98]
9 William Howard Stein 1972 AB (1933); Visiting Professor (1964)[99]
8 Chris Anfinsen 1972 PhD; Professor[100]
7 Derek Barton 1969 Visiting Lecturer in the Chemistry of Natural Products, Department of Chemistry (1949–1950)[101]
6 Robert Mulliken 1966 National Research Council Fellow (1923–1925)[102][103]
5 Robert B. Woodward 1965 Professor; Junior Fellow[104]
4 James B. Sumner 1946 AB, PhD[105]
3 Peter Debye 1936 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Chemistry (1955)[106][107]
2 Theodore W. Richards 1914 AB, PhD; Professor[108]
1 Wilhelm Ostwald 1909 Visiting "Exchange Professor" (1904–1905), taught courses[109][110]

Nobel laureates in Physiology or Medicine

No. Name Year Affiliation with Harvard University
43 Gregg L. Semenza 2019 AB[111]
42 William Kaelin Jr. 2019 Professor[112]
41 James Rothman 2013 PhD[113]
40 Ralph Steinman 2011 MD[114]
39 Jack Szostak 2009 Professor[115]
38 Mario Capecchi 2007 PhD[116]
37 Craig Mello 2006 PhD[117]
36 Linda Buck 2004 Professor[118]
35 Robert Horvitz 2002 AM, PhD[119]
34 Eric Kandel 2000 AB[120]
33 Richard J. Roberts 1993 Research Associate in Biochemistry (1971–1972)[121]
32 Donnall Thomas 1990 MD[122]
31 Joseph Murray 1990 MD[123]
30 Harold Varmus 1989 AM[124]
29 J. Michael Bishop 1989 MD; Medical Resident[125]
28 George Hitchings 1988 PhD; Postdoctoral Researcher[126]
27 Joseph L. Goldstein 1985 Intern and Medical Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital (1966–1968)[127]
26 Michael S. Brown 1985 Intern and Medical Resident in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (1964–1966)[128][129]
25 Bengt Samuelsson 1982 Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry (1961–1962), and Visiting Professor in Chemistry (Spring 1976)[130]
24 Torsten Wiesel 1981 Professor[131]
23 Roger Sperry 1981 NRC Research Fellow (1941-1942), Biology Research Fellow (1942–1946)[132]
22 David Hubel 1981 Professor[133]
21 George D. Snell 1980 PhD[134]
20 Jean Dausset 1980 Researcher, Harvard Medical School (1948)[135]
19 Baruj Benacerraf 1980 Professor[136]
18 Allan Cormack 1979 Research Fellow (1956–1957)[137][138]
17 Carleton Gajdusek 1976 MD[139]
16 George Wald 1967 Professor[140]
15 Charles Huggins 1966 MD[141]
14 Konrad Bloch 1964 Professor[142]
13 James Watson 1962 Professor[143]
12 Francis Crick 1962 Visiting Professor (February 1 to June 30, 1959), taught a course[144][145][146]
11 Georg Békésy 1961 Professor[147]
10 George Beadle 1958 Assistant Professor[148]
9 Thomas H. Weller 1954 MD; Professor[149]
8 Frederick Robbins 1954 MD; Research Associate[150]
7 John Enders 1954 PhD; Professor[151]
6 Fritz Lipmann 1953 Professor[152]
5 Max Theiler 1951 Instructor at the Department of Tropical Medicine, Harvard Medical School[153]
4 Carl Cori 1947 Visiting Professor of Biological Chemistry, Harvard Medical School (1966), and researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital (1966-1980s)[154]
3 Edward Doisy 1943 PhD[155]
2 William P. Murphy 1934 MD; Senior Associate[156]
1 George Minot 1934 AB, MD[157]

Nobel Memorial Prize laureates in Economics

No. Name Year Affiliation with Harvard University
33 Robert B. Wilson 2020 AB (1959), MBA (1961), and DBA (1963)[158]
32 Michael Kremer 2019 AB (1985), PhD (1992); Professor (1999–2020)[159]
31 Abhijit Banerjee 2019 PhD (1988); Assistant Professor (1992–1993); Visiting Assistant Professor (Fall 1991)[160]
30 Oliver S. Hart 2016 Professor of Economics (July 1993–)[161][162]
29 Jean Tirole 2014 Taussig Research Professor (Spring 1989)[163]
28 Robert Shiller 2013 Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics (1980–1981)[164]
27 Lars P. Hansen 2013 Visiting Professor, Department of Economics (1986)[165]
26 Lloyd Shapley 2012 AB (1948)[166]
25 Alvin Roth 2012 Professor[167]
24 Christopher Sims 2011 AB, PhD; Assistant Professor; Instructor[168]
23 Thomas Sargent 2011 PhD; Visiting Professor[169]
22 Chris Pissarides 2010 Ford Foundation Visiting Fellow (1979–1980)[170][171]
21 Peter Diamond 2010 Visitor (1977–1978, September 1981–January 1982, 1982–1983, 1989–1990, and 1991–1992)[172]
20 Oliver Williamson 2009 Taussig Research Professor (Spring 1987)[173]
19 Roger Myerson 2007 AB, PhD[174]
18 Eric Maskin 2007 AB, AM, PhD[175]
17 Leonid Hurwicz 2007 Visiting Research Professor and Professor of Economics (1969)[176]
16 Thomas Schelling 2005 PhD; Professor[177]
15 Vernon L. Smith 2002 PhD[178]
14 Daniel Kahneman 2002 Lecturer[179]
13 Michael Spence 2001 PhD; Professor[180]
12 Amartya Sen 1998 Professor; Visiting Professor[181]
11 Robert C. Merton 1997 Professor; Visiting Professor[182]
10 Robert Fogel 1993 Professor; Taussig Research Professor[183]
9 Merton Miller 1990 AB[184]
8 Robert Solow 1987 AB, PhD[185]
7 Franco Modigliani 1985 Visiting Professor (1958–1958), taught Economics 202[186]
6 James Tobin 1981 AB, PhD[187]
5 Bertil Ohlin 1977 AM[188]
4 Wassily Leontief 1973 Professor[189]
3 Kenneth Arrow 1972 Professor[190]
2 Simon Kuznets 1971 Professor[191]
1 Paul Samuelson 1970 AM, PhD[192]

Nobel laureates in Literature

No. Name Year Affiliation with Harvard University
7 Mario Vargas Llosa 2010 Robert F. Kennedy Visiting Professor of Latin American Studies (1992–1993)[193]
6 J. M. Coetzee 2003 Visiting Professor of English (1991)[194][195]
5 Seamus Heaney 1995 Professor; Visiting Professor (1979)[196]
4 Derek Walcott 1992 Visiting Professor (Spring 1982), taught a course at Harvard College[197]
3 Bertrand Russell 1950 Visiting Lecturer (1914), taught courses in logic and the theory of knowledge[198][199]
2 T. S. Eliot 1948 AB (1909) and AM (1911)[200][201]
1 Rudolf Eucken 1908 Visiting Professor (1912–1913), taught courses Philosophy 13, 14 and 20h[202][203]

Nobel Peace Prize laureates

No. Name Year Affiliation with Harvard University
8 Juan Santos 2016 MPA (1981)[204]
7 Ellen Sirleaf 2011 MPA[205]
6 Barack Obama 2009 JD[206]
5 Al Gore 2007 AB[207]
4 Kim Dae-jung 2000 Visiting Fellow (1982–1983)[208][209]
3 Henry Kissinger 1973 AB (1950), AM (1952), and PhD (1954); Professor (1954–1971)[210]
2 Ralph Bunche 1950 AM (1928) and PhD (1934); Professor (1950–1952)[211]
1 Theodore Roosevelt 1906 AB[212]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The total number of laureates in natural sciences: Physics, Chemistry, and Physiology or Medicine.
  2. ^ For verification, see "Summary".
  3. ^ This is because, according to Wikipedia policies on no original research and objectivity/neutrality, it is not possible in Wikipedia to subjectively assign various weights to different types of affiliations.
  4. ^ The table doesn't provide citations or details on entries; for citations and details, see "Nobel laureates by category".

References

  1. ^ "Alfred Nobel – The Man Behind the Nobel Prize". Nobel Foundation. Retrieved 18 May 2017.
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