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List of Brown University people

The following is a partial list of notable Brown University people, known as Brunonians. It includes alumni, professors, and others associated with Brown University and Pembroke College (Brown University), the former women's college of Brown.

Contents

  • Notable alumni and leaders of Brown 1
    • Academia 1.1
    • Technology and innovation 1.2
    • Government, law and public policy 1.3
      • Governors 1.3.1
      • Legislators 1.3.2
        • Framer of the founding documents of the United States of America 1.3.2.1
        • United States Senators 1.3.2.2
        • Members of the United States House of Representatives 1.3.2.3
        • State legislators 1.3.2.4
      • Mayors 1.3.3
      • Diplomats 1.3.4
      • Advisors 1.3.5
      • Activists 1.3.6
      • Jurists 1.3.7
    • Business 1.4
    • Journalism 1.5
    • Literature 1.6
    • Medicine 1.7
    • Military 1.8
    • Performing arts 1.9
      • Music 1.9.1
      • Film 1.9.2
      • Television 1.9.3
      • Theater 1.9.4
    • Religion 1.10
    • Royalty 1.11
    • Visual arts 1.12
    • Athletics 1.13
      • Auto racing 1.13.1
      • Baseball 1.13.2
      • Basketball 1.13.3
      • Football 1.13.4
      • Olympics 1.13.5
      • Other sports 1.13.6
    • Colonial Era Brown graduates (1769–1783) 1.14
      • 1769 1.14.1
      • 1770 1.14.2
      • 1771 1.14.3
      • 1773 1.14.4
      • 1774 1.14.5
      • 1775 1.14.6
    • Unclassified 1.15
  • Notable faculty (current and former) 2
  • Presidents of Brown University 3
  • Trustees of Brown University 4
  • Honoris Causa Laureates 5
  • Fictitious alumni and faculty 6
  • References 7

Notable alumni and leaders of Brown

Note: "Class of" is used to denote the graduation class of individuals who attended Brown, but did not or have not graduated. When just the graduation year is noted, it is because it has not yet been determined which degree the individual earned.

Academia

Technology and innovation

Government, law and public policy

Governors

Stephen Hopkins with Brown University in the background

Legislators

Framer of the founding documents of the United States of America
United States Senators
Members of the United States House of Representatives
State legislators

Mayors

Diplomats

Advisors

Activists

Jurists

Business

Journalism

Literature

Medicine

Varnum, painted posthumously in 1804 by Charles Willson Peale
  • Samuel Warren Abbott (A.M. 1858) – the first medical examiner and the first secretary of Massachusetts' first state board of health from 1886 to 1904
  • Lynda Chin (A.B. 1988) - department chair and professor of genomic medicine at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; scientific director of the MD Anderson Institute for Applied Cancer Science; in 2012 was elected as a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies[92]
  • George E. Coghill – anatomist
  • Solomon Drowne (A.B. 1773) – physician, academic and surgeon during the American Revolution and in the history of the fledgling United States; member of Brown's Board of Fellows
  • David C. Lewis (A.B. 1957) – Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Community Health and first Donald G. Millar Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies at Brown; a leading researcher and activist on drugs policy issues
  • Neel Shah - Executive Director of Costs of Care, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School

Military

Performing arts

Music

Film

Television

Theater

Religion

The Rt. Reverend Bishop Griswold

Royalty

Visual arts

Athletics

Auto racing

Baseball

Basketball

Football

Olympics

Other sports

Colonial Era Brown graduates (1769–1783)

1769

1770

1771

1773

1774

1775

Unclassified

Notable faculty (current and former)

Nigerian novelist, poet, professor and critic; author of Things Fall Apart, the most widely read book in modern African literature
David and Marianna Fisher University Professor and Professor of Africana Studies
Ghanaian novelist and playwright
Visiting Professor of Africana Studies and Literary Arts
archaeologist, MacArthur Award recipient
Professor of Classics, Director of the Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World
literary critic and author of Desire and Domestic Fiction: A Political History of the Novel
Nancy Duke Lewis Professor of Comparative Literature, English, Modern Culture & Media, and Gender Studies
Assistant Professor of Philosophy specializing in questions of moral agency
mathematician specializing in geometry; known for his research in differential geometry in three and four dimensions
Professor of Mathematics
  • Mark F.Bear (Ph.D, Brown University)
neuroscientist; author of one of the world's most widely used neuroscience introductory textbooks; since 2003, the head of the MIT Brain Lab; part of the 10-member jury, the Champalimaud Vision Award, bestowed by the Champalimaud Foundation
discovered third photoreceptor in the eye (in addition to rods and cones)
Professor of Medical Science, Associate Professor of Neuroscience
  • Tracy Breton
winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1994 for investigative reporting
Visiting Professor of English
art policy scholar, memoirist, and advocate of the medical use of cannabis
Assistant Professor of Public Policy
former president of Brazil
Professor-at-large of International Studies
former Republican member of the United States Senate
Distinguished Visiting Fellow in International Relations
philosopher known for his contributions to epistemology, metaphysics, free will, and the philosophy of perception; influenced a generation of Brown philosophers including Jaegwon Kim and Ernest Sosa
  • Jarat Chopra
international lawyer, father of peacekeeping doctrine since the Cold War
Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies faculty member
Nobel Prize in Physics 1972; father of superconductivity, and developer of the BCM theory of synaptic plasticity in neuroscience
Thomas J. Watson, Sr. Professor of Physics
post-modern writer, Spanking the Maid, The Origin of the Brunists; notable for his metafiction; electronic literature pioneer
T. B. Stowell University Professor, Adjunct Professor of English
poet, For Love
Professor of English
applied mathematician and philosopher of mathematics; co-author of The Mathematical Experience
Professor Emeritus of Applied Mathematics
  • Anne DeGroot
medical researcher developing vaccines for infectious diseases including HIV, TB, West Nile virus, smallpox, and tularemia
'Associate Professor of Community Health
  • David Dosa
geriatrician, author of "A Day in the Life of Oscar the Cat", the New England Journal of Medicine article that described the purported abilities of Oscar the cat to predict imminent death
Assistant Professor of Medicine
authority on the theory of plasticity in the field of applied mechanics; recipient of the National Medal of Science, the Timoshenko Medal, the ASME Medal, and the Drucker Medal, of which he is the namesake
philosopher noted for philosophy of mind and aesthetics; influenced Roderick Chisholm; former president of the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division
epidemiologist and addictionologist, author of Drugs and the Whole Person
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine
Professor of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences
major contributor to the fields of sexology, biology of gender, sexual identity, gender identity, and gender roles
writer; widely considered the most influential author of the Spanish-speaking world since Jorge Luis Borges
economist studying economic growth; developer of the unified growth theory
Herbert H.Goldberger Professor of Economics
poet, author of Eye Against Eye, Torn Awake, Whiting Writers' Award and Howard Foundation Award winner
Professor of English and Comparative Literature
philosopher and author of several books on Aristotle and Plato
  • David Benedict Professor of Classics and Philosophy
mathematician, originator of the Pattern Theory in mathematics, which also influenced David Mumford
L.Herbert Ballou University Professor
physicist; co-discoverer of the Higgs mechanism, Sakurai Prize winner
Chancellor's Professor of Physics
economist, co-originator of the Schumpeterian Paradigm with Philippe Aghion
poet; first Poet Laureate of the State of Rhode Island
Professor of English
planetary geologist who trained Apollo astronauts and led imaging teams for NASA's interplanetary unmanned probes, from the Viking program to Mars
Louis and Elizabeth Scherck Distinguished Professor of Geological Sciences
anthropologist, foremost anthropological researcher and scholar in field of alcohol studies
Research Professor of Anthropology
broker of the Dayton Accords; former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
Professor-at-Large of International Studies
archeologist, expert on Mayan hieroglyphics, recipient of the Macarthur fellowship
Professor of Anthropology
George Lamming
historian of Asian migration in Latin America and the Caribbean and theorist of diasporas and transnationalism
Professor of History and Professor of American Studies
historian, anthropologist, author of The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara and Prisoner of the Vatican
Provost, Paul Dupee, Jr. University Professor of Social Science, Professor of Anthropology, and Professor of Italian Studies
son of Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev
Senior Fellow in International Studies
philosopher of mind, action theorist, author of Mind in a Physical World
William Herbert Perry Faunce Professor of Philosophy
of the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition (condensed matter physics); winner of the 1981 Maxwell Medal and Prize, and the 2000 Onsager Prize (one of the APS main awards)
Professor of Physics
author, Listening to Prozac, Against Depression
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior
chemist; consultant for the Manhattan Project; won the Priestley Medal and Franklin Medal
linguist; known for publishing the first linguistic atlas of the US Linguistic Atlas of New England, winning the Loubat Prize, and for being the first main editor of the Middle English Dictionary
former president of Chile
Professor-at-large of International Studies
  • George Lamming
Barbadian author, In the Castle of My Skin, Natives of My Person
Visiting Professor of Africana Studies and Literary Arts
  • Charles Larmore
political philosopher, formerly a professor at the University of Chicago School of Law, known for critique of Rawlsian liberalism
Duncan Macmillian Professor of Philosophy
advisor to the United States Treasury, Federal Reserve System, and World Bank; highly cited economist, ranked 10th in the world, according to RePEc
James and Merryl Tisch Professor of Economics
addictions specialist and authority on drug policy
Donald G. Miller Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction
once regarded as "one of the most prominent black conservatives in the nation;" now considered much more "progressive"
Professor of Economics
  • Peter MacAvoy
former member of the US Council of Economic Advisers
supporter of evolution involved in numerous public debates and trials about the teaching of intelligent design in schools
Professor of Biology
economist who researched into financial market fragility; his theories are considered the most accurate description of the financial crisis; namesake of the Minsky moment
political scientist noted for his work on health politics, popular participation, morality in politics, and on political development
Fields Medal-winning mathematician, MacArthur Fellow
Professor of Applied Mathematics
composer
Professor of Music (retired)
historian of mathematics
Professor of the History of Mathematics
co-author of Foundations of Differential Geometry (1963, 1969)
Professor of Mathematics (1960–95)
philosopher, authored The Fragility of Goodness while teaching at Brown
Professor of Philosophy (1985~95)
Norwegian-born physicist who taught at Brown (1928–33); Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1968 awarded for Onsager reciprocal relations, produced while at Brown but was not tenured
conductor, composer, and world's leading scholar on the music of author Anthony Burgess
Professor of Music and Director of Orchestras and Chamber Music
Professor of the History of Mathematics and of Classics, MacArthur Fellow (1981)
President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis (1998–present); served on Reagan's White House Council of Economic Advisors[121]
Herbert H. Goldberger Professor of Economics (1974–98)
Professor of Classics and History
President, Modern Language Association; author, The Rise and Fall of English; co-author, The Nature of Narrative
Andrew W. Mellon Professor Emeritus of Modern Culture and Media
author of well-known computer science book Algorithms; board of directors, Adobe Systems
Professor of Computer Science (1975~85)
computer scientist, best known for algorithmic research in combinatorial optimization and artificial intelligence
Nobel Prize in Economics, for developing empirical and scientific methods into economic research
  • George Snell
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for discovering the genetic bases of immunological reactions
Teacher in Biology (1930~31)
number theorist, co-founder of NTRU Cryptosystems, Inc.
Professor of Mathematics
philosopher, epistemologist
  • George Stigler
Nobel Prize in Economics, on the influence of government regulation on the economy
Professor of Economics (1946~47)
philosopher
Visiting Professor in Theology
computer graphics and hypertext pioneer, and co-founder of ACM SICGRAPH, precursor to SIGGRAPH
Thomas J. Watson, Jr. University Professor of Technology and Education,
Professor of Computer Science, former (and first) Vice President for Research
An Wang Professor of Computer Science, Jefferson Fellow, and theoretical computer science researcher
Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright, How I Learned to Drive
Adele Kellenberg Seaver Professor of English
Fred M. Seed Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences; neuroscientist
author of multiple books, including Digital Government and Cross Talk; developer of website www.InsidePolitics.org; vice president and director of governance studies at the Brookings Institution[122]
John Hazen White Professor of Public Policy and Political Science and director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy
writer, two-time PEN/Faulkner Award winner, Philadelphia Fire
Asa Messer Professor and Professor of Africana Studies and Literary Arts
Pulitzer Prize for History winner, The Radicalism of the American Revolution
Alva O. Way University Professor and Professor of History
poet, String Light; Macarthur fellowship winner (2004)
Israel J. Kapstein Professor of English

Presidents of Brown University

Trustees of Brown University

  • Alain J.P. Belda - Chairman of the Board and CEO of Alcoa
  • Thomas W. Berry (A.B. 1969, Brown; M.B.A., Harvard Graduate School of Business) - investment banker
  • Mark S. Blumenkranz (A.B., M.S. 1976, M.D. 1976, Brown) - Chairman of Department of Ophthalmology, Stanford School of Medicine
  • Julie N. Brown
  • James J. Burke, Jr. (A.B. 1973, Brown; M.B.A. 1979, Harvard Graduate School of Business) - investment banker, Stonington Partners
  • Spencer R. Crew (A.B. 1971, M.A. 1973, Ph.D. 1979, Brown) - CEO, National Underground Railroad Center
  • Charles M. Davis (A.B. 1982) - Chairman and CEO, Fandango
  • Cornelia Dean (A.B., magna cum laude, 1969, Brown; M.A. 1981, Boston University) - Science Editor, New York Times
  • Katherine G. Farley (A.B. 1971, Brown; M.Arch. 1976, Harvard Graduate School of Design) - Senior Managing Director, Tishman Speyer
  • Richard Friedman (A.B. 1979, Brown; M.B.A. 1981, University of Chicago) - Co-Head of Merchant Banking, Goldman Sachs & Co.
  • Fredric B. Garonzik (A.B. 1964, Brown) - Advisory Director, Goldman Sachs Group
  • Martin J. Granoff (L.H.D. Honoris causa 2006, Brown) - textile company owner
  • Cathy Frank Halstead (B.A., New York University) - President, Sideny Frank Importing Co.
  • Galen V. Henderson (M.D. 1993, Brown) - Professor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School
  • H. Anthony Ittleson (A.B. 1960, Brown) - Chairman and President, The Ittleson Foundation
  • Bobby Jindal (Sc.B. 1992, Brown) - Governor of Louisiana
  • Debra L. Lee (A.B. 1976, Brown; M.P.P. 1980, Harvard Kennedy School of Government; J.D. Harvard Law School) - President and COO, BET Holdings, Inc.
  • Karen M. Levy (A.B., honors, Brown; J.D. 1977, New York University School of Law)
  • Frederick Lippitt (A.B. 1939, Yale; J.D. 1946, Yale Law School) - political figure and philanthropist
  • Matthew J. Mallow (A.B. 1964, Brown; J.D. 1967, New York University) - partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
  • Samuel M. Mencoff (A.B. 1978, Brown) - partner, Madison Dearborn Partners, Inc.
  • Srihari S. Naidu (Sc.B. 1993, Brown; M.D. 1997, Brown) - Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Treatment Center, Winthrop University Hospital
  • Annette L. Nazareth (A.B. 1978, Brown) - United States Securities & Exchange Commission commissioner
  • Jonathan M. Nelson (A.B. 1977, Brown) - CEO, Providence Equity Partners, Inc.
  • Kenneth J. O'Keefe (A.B. 1976, Brown)
  • Theresia G. Ranzetta (A.B. 1990, Brown) - Managing Partner, Accel Partners
  • Alison S. Ressler (A.B., magna cum laude, 1980, Brown; J.D. 1983, Columbia University Law School) - partner, Sullivan & Cromwell
  • Carmen Garcia Rodriguez (A.B. 1983, Brown; J.D. 1986, Columbia University School of Law)
  • Eric L. Rodriguez (A.B. 2008, Brown) - political advisor
  • Hannelore Rodriguez-Farrar (A.B. 1987, A.M. 1990, Brown) - Ph.D. candidate, Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Ralph F. Rosenberg (A.B. 1986, Brown) - Managing Partner, R6 Capital Management
  • Charles M. Royce (A.B. 1961, Brown; M.B.A. 1963, Columbia University) - President and Chief Investment Officer, Royce & Associates, LLC
  • Eileen M. Rudden (A.B. 1972, Brown) - technology sector advisor
  • Joan Wernig Sorensen (A.B. 1972, Brown) - development and public relations
  • Laurinda Hope Spear (B.F.A. 1972, Brown) - architect
  • Anita V. Spivey (A.B. 1974, Brown; J.D. Georgetown) - attorney
  • Barry Sternlicht (A.B., magna cum laude with honors, 1960, Brown; M.B.A., with distinction, Harvard Business School) - Chairman and CEO, Starwood Capital Group
  • Marta Tienda (B.A. 1972, Michigan State University; Ph.D. 1977, University of Texas-Austin) - Maurice P. During '22 Professor in Demographic Studies and Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University
  • Thomas J. Tisch (A.B. 1976, Brown; J.D. 1979, New York University) - Managing Partner, Four Partners
  • Ambassador William H. Twaddell (A.B. 1963, Brown)
  • Jerome C. Vascellaro (A.B. 1974, Brown; M.B.A., Harvard Business School) - partner, Texas Pacific Group
  • Peter S. Voss (A.B. 1968, Brown) - Chairman and CEO, IXIS Asset Management Group
  • Frank E. Winsor (Ph.B. 1892, A.M. 1896, Sc.D. 1929) - civil engineer
  • William P. Wood (A.B. 1978, Brown) - co-founder, Austin Ventures

Honoris Causa Laureates

Fictitious alumni and faculty

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