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List of University of Virginia people

University of Virginia is one of only two institutions of higher learning in the United States which was founded by a U.S. President, the other being the State University of New York at Buffalo. This page is a partial list of notable alumni and faculty of the University of Virginia.

Contents

  • Rectors and members of the Board of Visitors 1
  • Notable faculty 2
  • Alumni 3
    • Space and land exploration 3.1
    • Supreme Court 3.2
    • Politics and diplomacy 3.3
    • Business 3.4
    • Science and technology 3.5
    • Writers and academics 3.6
    • Media 3.7
    • Actors, musicians, and artists 3.8
    • Athletics 3.9
    • Military 3.10
    • Religion 3.11
    • Environmentalism 3.12
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Rectors and members of the Board of Visitors

Notable faculty

Alumni

Space and land exploration

Supreme Court

Politics and diplomacy

Business

Science and technology

Writers and academics

Media

Actors, musicians, and artists

Athletics

Military

Religion

Environmentalism

References

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  59. ^ Jason Laughlin (February 21, 2015). "Valerie Smith of Princeton to become Swarthmore's first black president". Philly.com. Retrieved February 21, 2015. 
  60. ^ The Rocket, Host of ESPN Sports Science Lectures Students Retrieved January 22, 2012
  61. ^ The Pulitzer Prizes, Lane DeGregory Bio Retrieved January 22, 2012
  62. ^ USA Today Bob Gazzale named new president of AFI Retrieved January 23, 2012
  63. ^ The Hook, Cover – Back Story Retrieved January 23, 2012
  64. ^ Ashley Southall (March 12, 2015). "Richard Glatzer, Co-Director of ‘Still Alice,’ Dies at 63".  
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  66. ^ FreeLibrary/PRNewswire, Hearst Magazines Names David Granger Editor In Chief of Esquire Retrieved January 22, 2012
  67. ^ NY Observer (September 25, 2006) Rea! Genius Loves Company Retrieved January 23, 2012
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  75. ^ Channel APA, Vern Yip Talks Home Make-Over Retrieved January 22, 2012
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  77. ^ "Mustapha Farrakhan".  
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  80. ^ Riverkeeper, Robert F Kennedy Bio Retrieved January 22, 2012

External links

  • Manual of the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia PDF (364 KB)
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