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List of University of Cambridge people

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of University of Cambridge people, featuring members of the University of Cambridge segregated in accordance with their fields of achievement. The individual must have either studied at the university (although they may not necessarily have taken a degree), or worked at the university in an academic capacity; others have held fellowships at one of the university's colleges. Honorary fellows or those awarded an honorary degree are not included and neither are non-executive chancellors. Lecturers without long-term posts at the university also do not feature, although official visiting fellows and visiting professors do.

The list has been divided into categories indicating the field of activity in which people have become well known. Many of the university's alumni/ae have attained a level of distinction in more than one field. These individuals may appear under two categories. In general, however, an attempt has been made to put individuals in the category for which they are most often associated with.

Cantabrigians is a term for members of the university derived from its Latin name Cantabrigia, a medieval Latin name for Cambridge.

Politics and royalty

Monarchs

Royalty

Diplomats

Viceroys

Ambassadors

This section is extremely far from complete

Heads of state and heads of government

British Prime Ministers

Other countries

Signatories of the American Declaration of Independence

Soviet spies

Known:

Suspected:

(for other suspects, see Cambridge Five)

Other political figures

A–D

E–M

N–Z

Clergy and spiritual leaders

Archbishops of Canterbury

Literature

Fiction writers

A–G

H–M

N–Z

Non-fiction writers

A–Z

Poets

A–M

N–Z

Literary scholars

Travel writers

The arts

Actors, directors and comedians

A–G

H–M

N–Z

Architects

Artists

Art critics, museum directors, and historians of art

Musicians

A–G

H–M

N–Z

Groups

Academic disciplines

Scientists, technologists and mathematicians

A–C

D–G

H–M

N–R

S–Z

Astronauts

Philosophers

A–M

N–Z

Economists

* Not part of official Cambridge Nobel count.

Historians

A–M

N–Z

Linguists

Classicists

Armed forces

Educationalists

A–M

N–Z

Entrepreneurs, business leaders and philanthropists

A–M

N–Z

The law

Judges and lawyers

Legal academics

Journalists and media personalities

Sportspeople

Athletes

Aviators

  • Alan Charles Cassidy (Trinity), Total 9 medals in European or World Aerobatic Championships, 1998–2003.

Bridge

  • Sandra Landy (1938-2017), international player for England and for Great Britain; world champion 1981
  • Tom Townsend, Britain and England international and writer

Backgammon

Cricketers

Cyclists

  • Emma Pooley (Trinity Hall), Olympic silver medal (2008), world time trial champion (2010)

Fencers

Footballers

Mountaineers

Racing drivers

Racehorse trainers

Rowers

Rugby footballers

Table tennis players

Winter sports

  • Billy Fiske (Trinity Hall), youngest US Olympic gold medalist (bobsleigh)

Sports administrators

Explorers

See also

References

  1. ^ "Hugh Elliott UK Ambassador-Designate to Spain and Andorra". Moving For Climate Now. Retrieved 15 February 2020.
  2. ^ "British Ambassador to Belarus Jacqueline Perkins". GOV.UK. Retrieved 15 February 2020.
  3. ^ Brian Pendreigh (18 February 2014). "Obituary: Christopher Barry, television director". www.scotsman.com. Retrieved 7 February 2021.
  4. ^ "Matthew Robinson". matthewrobinson.com. Retrieved 10 February 2021.
  5. ^ "Forbes Billionaires #1613 Amit Burman". Forbes. Retrieved 22 May 2020.

External links

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