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List of University of Louisville people

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of people associated with the University of Louisville.

Notable alumni

Arts and entertainment

Business

Politics

Religion

  • Aryeh Kaplan (BA 1961) – American Orthodox rabbi, author, and translator known for his knowledge of physics and kabbalah.

Science and engineering

Notable faculty

Notable athletic alumni

Football

Current NFL players

Current CFL players

Current AFL players

Current UFL players

Former pros

Men's basketball

All-Americans

(listed in chronological order)

Women's basketball

Baseball

Track and field

  • Tone Belt (2005–present) – won the 2007 NCAA indoor long jump national title, UofL's first-ever track national title in track and field[105]
  • Andre Black (2005–present) – won the 2007 NCAA indoor triple jump national title, UofL's second-ever national title in track and field[106]
  • Kelley Bowman (2002–06) – two-time All-American high jumper; finished 3rd in nation in the high jump at 2006 NCAA National Championships with a UofL record of 6 feet, 1.25 inches;[107] holds Kentucky high school girls' record (5 feet, 10.5 inches);[108] won four consecutive KY state titles at Berea High School; had 4th best jump in the nation in 2000[109]
  • Wesley Korir (2006–08) – multiple All-America in distance running; winner of the 2012 Boston Marathon; member of the Kenyan Parliament, 2011–2016[110]

Other sports

List of Presidents of the University of Louisville

There have been 28 presidents and five interim presidents of what is (or was once a part of) the University of Louisville:

Jefferson Seminary (1813–29)

  • Mann Butler 1813–16
  • William Tompkins 1816–21
  • Charles M. M'Crohan 1821–25
  • Francis E. Goddard 1826–29

Louisville Collegiate Institute (1837–40)

  • Benjamin F. Farnsworth 1837–38
  • John Hopkins Harney 1838–40

Louisville College (1840–46)

  • John Hopkins Harney 1840–44

Louisville Medical Institute (1837–1846)

  • John Rowan 1837–42
  • William Garvin 1842–43
  • James Guthrie 1843–46

University of Louisville (post merger of LMI and LC) (1846–present)

  • Samuel Smith Nicholas 1846–47
  • James Guthrie 1847–69
  • Isaac Caldwell 1869–86
  • James Speed Pirtle 1886–05
  • Theodore L. Burnett 1905–11
  • David William Fairleigh 1911–14
  • Arthur Younger Ford 1914–26
  • George Colvin 1926–28
  • John Letcher Patterson 1928–29 (acting)
  • Raymond Asa Kent 1929–43
  • Einar William Jacobsen 1943–46
  • Frederick William Stamm 1946–47 (acting)
  • John Wilkinson Taylor 1947–50
  • Eli Huston Brown III 1950–51 (acting)
  • Philip Grant Davidson 1951–68

University of Louisville, as part of the Kentucky state system

  • Woodrow Mann Strickler 1968–72
  • William Ferdinand Ekstrom 1972–73 (acting)
  • James Grier Miller 1973–80
  • William Ferdinand Ekstrom 1980–81 (acting)
  • Donald C. Swain 1981–95
  • John W. Shumaker 1995–2002
  • Carol Garrison 2002 (acting)
  • James R. Ramsey 2002–16
  • Neville G. Pinto 2016–17 (acting)
  • Gregory C. Postel 2017–2018 (acting)
  • Neeli Bendapudi 2018–present

See also

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