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List of Yale University people

Yalies are persons affiliated with Yale University, commonly including alumni, current and former faculty members, students, and others. Records are kept by the Association of Yale Alumni. Here follows a list of notable Yalies.

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Contents

AlumniEdit

Prize recipientsEdit

Nobel laureatesEdit

 
Thornton Wilder
(Yale graduation photo)

Pulitzer Prize winnersEdit

Architecture and visual artsEdit

Arts and humanitiesEdit

AthleticsEdit

BusinessEdit

College founders and presidentsEdit

FilmEdit

Inventors and innovatorsEdit

Life sciences and medicineEdit

See also: Nobel laureates

Mathematics and Computer ScienceEdit

Physical sciences and engineeringEdit

See also: Nobel laureates

Law and politicsEdit

Presidents and vice presidents, royalty, other heads of state, prime ministers and ministersEdit

Supreme Court justicesEdit

Information can be verified through the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges.[172]

U.S. SenatorsEdit

Information can be verified at the Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress.[174]

Other legislatorsEdit

Governors, other state officials and mayorsEdit

Alumni who have served as governors may also have served in other government capacities, such as president or senator. In such cases, the names are left un-linked, but are annotated with a "See also:" which links to the section on this page where a more detailed entry can be found.

Cabinet members, chairpersons/administrators and advisersEdit

The following have worked within the cabinet for their respective governments.

DiplomatsEdit

Judges and attorneysEdit

See also: Supreme Court Justices

ActivistsEdit

Political commentatorsEdit

OtherEdit

MilitaryEdit

ReligionEdit

History, literature, and journalismEdit

Musicians and composersEdit

FacultyEdit

Professors who are also Yale alumni are listed in italics.

Nobel laureatesEdit

Social sciencesEdit

TechnologistsEdit

TelevisionEdit

TheatreEdit

  • Victoria Clark (BA 1982), Tony Award for Best Lead Actress for The Light in The Piazza
  • Ali Ewoldt (BA in Psychology), first Asian-American Christine in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway
  • Michael P. Price (MFA 1963), theatre producer and longest-serving artistic director in American theatre, Executive Director of Tony Award-winning Goodspeed Musicals
  • Ted Sperling (BA 1982), Tony Award for orchestration
  • Andy Sandberg (BA 2005/06), Tony Award-winning producer of Hair, 2009

OthersEdit

Arts and humanitiesEdit

Life sciences and medicineEdit

MathematicsEdit

Physical sciences and engineeringEdit

Social sciencesEdit

Heads of Collegiate School, Yale College, and Yale UniversityEdit

Rectors of Yale College Birth–death Years as rector
1 Rev. Abraham Pierson 1641–1707 1701–1707 Collegiate School
2 Rev. Samuel Andrew 1656–1738 1707–1719 (pro tempore)
3 Rev. Timothy Cutler 1684–1765 1719–1726; 1718/9: renamed Yale College
4 Rev. Elisha William(s) 1694–1755 1726–1739
5 Rev. Thomas Clap 1703–1767 1740–1745
Presidents of Yale College Birth–death Years as president
5 Rev. Thomas Clap 1703–1767 1745–1766
6 Rev. Naphtali Daggett 1727–1780 1766–1777 (pro tempore)
7 Rev. Ezra Stiles 1727–1795 1778–1795
8 Timothy Dwight IV 1752–181 1795–1817
9 Jeremiah Day 1773–1867 1817–1846
10 Theodore Dwight Woolsey 1801–1899 1846–1871
11 Noah Porter III 1811–1892 1871–1886
12 Timothy Dwight V 1828–1916 1886–1899; 1887: renamed Yale University
13 Arthur Twining Hadley 1856–1930 1899–1921
14 James Rowland Angell 1869–1949 1921–1937
15 Charles Seymour 1885–1963 1937–1951
16 Alfred Whitney Griswold 1906–1963 1951–1963
17 Kingman Brewster, Jr. 1919–1988 1963–1977
18 Hanna Holborn Gray 1930– 1977–1978 (acting)
19 A. Bartlett Giamatti 1938–1989 1978–1986
20 Benno C. Schmidt, Jr. 1942– 1986–1992
21 Howard R. Lamar 1923– 1992–1993 (acting)
22 Richard C. Levin 1947– 1993–2013
23 Peter Salovey 1958– 2013–

See alsoEdit

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