List of Case Western Reserve University people

This is a list of notable individuals associated with Case Western Reserve University, including students, alumni, and faculty.

Arts, journalism and entertainmentEdit

Business and philanthropyEdit

 
Craig Newmark (BS '75, MS '77), founder of Craigslist
 
Richard Thaler (BA '67), one of the founders of behavioral economics and recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics

EducationEdit

Government and militaryEdit

 
Dennis Kucinich, U.S. Representative (1997-2013) and U.S. presidential candidate (2004 and 2008)
 
Elioda Tumwesigye, Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister of Science Technology & Innovation, Republic of Uganda

HistoryEdit

LawEdit

See Notable Graduates section

Science, technology, and medicineEdit

 
Case alum Herbert Henry Dow, founder of Dow Chemical
 
John J.R. Macleod, 1923 Nobel Prize winner for discovering insulin and Western Reserve University Professor of Physiology
 
Ferid Murad, 1998 Nobel Laureate and Case Medical School MD/PhD alumnus

SportsEdit

 
Case alum Don Shula (MA Physical Education '53), former coach of the Miami Dolphins

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  9. ^ "Don Shula". Encylopaedia Britanica.

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