List of Duke University people

List of Duke University people

This list of Duke University people includes alumni, faculty, presidents, and major philanthropists of Duke University, which includes three undergraduate and ten graduate schools. The undergraduate schools include Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Pratt School of Engineering, and Sanford School of Public Policy. The university's graduate and professional schools include the Graduate School, the Pratt School of Engineering, the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, the Fuqua School of Business, the School of Law, the Divinity School, and the Sanford School of Public Policy.

Duke University alumni tied for third in giving rate among U.S. national universities in the 2005–2006 fiscal year.[1] Famous alumni include U.S. President Richard Nixon, Chilean President Ricardo Lagos, former cabinet member and current Senator Elizabeth Dole, philanthropist Melinda French Gates, and the chief executive officers of Apple (Tim Cook), Morgan Stanley (John J. Mack) and Pfizer (Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.) and former General Motors Corporation CEO (Rick Wagoner) as well as the first United States Chief Performance Officer Jeffrey Zients. Notable alumni media personalities include Dan Abrams, the former General Manager of MSNBC, Jay Bilas, a commentator on ESPN, Sean McManus, the President of CBS News and CBS Sports, Charlie Rose, the host of Charlie Rose and a 60 Minutes contributor, and Judy Woodruff, an anchor at CNN. William DeVries (GME 1971–1979), was the first doctor to perform a successful permanent artificial heart implantation, and appeared on the cover of Time in 1984.

Current notable faculty include Peter Agre, the winner of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Manny Azenberg, a Broadway producer whose productions have won 40 Tony Awards, Adrian Bejan, inventor of the constructal theory and namesake of the Bejan number, and David Brooks, a columnist for the New York Times. Walter E. Dellinger III, formerly the United States Solicitor General, Assistant Attorney General, and head of the Office of Legal Counsel under Bill Clinton serves as a law professor. Ariel Dorfman, a novelist and playwright won the 1992 Laurence Olivier Award, while Peter Feaver was a member of the National Security Council under Clinton and George W. Bush. David Gergen served as an advisor to Presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton. John Hope Franklin was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Bill Clinton, while William Raspberry, a syndicated columnist for The Washington Post, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1994. 19 Nobel Prize winners have been associated with the university, including one in virtually every one of the past several years.

James B. Duke established a $40 million trust fund, The Duke Endowment, in 1924, propelling the university to officially change its name in honor of his family's philanthropy.


  • NOTE: The Duke University Alumni Association considers anyone who has attended Duke for two consecutive semesters and left the University in good standing to be an alumnus.

Nobel laureates

Government, law, and public policy

Heads of State

Cabinet members and White House staff

Members of Congress




Public policy



  • Rex Adams (A.B. 1962), chairman of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), former VP of Mobil Corporation
  • Harsha Agadi (M.B.A. 1987), President and CEO, Church's Chicken
  • John A. Allison IV (M.B.A. 1974), Chairman (and former CEO), BB&T
  • John Angelos, Executive Vice President of the Baltimore Orioles
  • Steven Black (A.B. 1974), Vice-Chairman, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Roy J. Bostock (A.B. 1962), former Chairman of B|Com3 Group, Inc., now on the board of directors for Morgan Stanley, Yahoo, and Northwest Airlines, namesake of Bostock Library
  • Wallace E. Boston, Jr. (A.B. 1974) President and Chief Executive Officer, American Public University System
  • Jack O. Bovender Jr. (A.B. 1967, MHA 1969), Chairman and CEO of HCA
  • Andrew Busey (B.S. 1993), creator of iChat
  • Lewis B. Campbell (B.S.E. 1968), CEO of Textron
  • John Canning, Jr., founder of private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners and co-owner of the Milwaukee Brewers
  • John Chambers (X. 1968), CEO of Cisco Systems, attended from 1967 until 1968
  • Timothy D. Cook (M.B.A. 1988), CEO of Apple Inc.
  • Bradley J. Dodson, BA Economics, Chief Finance Officer and Treasurer of Oil States International (NYSE:OIS)
  • Nola Maddox Falcone (1961), Managing Principal, NMF Asset Management
  • Clay Felker (A.B. 1951), Founding Editor of New York Magazine
  • Thomas Finke (M.B.A. 1991), Chairman and CEO, Babson Capital Management
  • Michael J. Fitzpatrick, Chairman and CEO, E-TEK Dynamics, namesake of Duke's Fitzpatrick Center for Interdisciplinary Engineering, Medicine and Applied Sciences
  • J.B. Fuqua (G.Hon 1973), Chairman of the Board of The Fuqua Companies, founder of the J.B. Fuqua Foundation, namesake of Duke's Fuqua School of Business
  • Melinda Gates (A.B. 1986, M.B.A. 1987), co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, wife of Bill Gates
  • David R. Goode (A.B. 1962), Chairman, President, & CEO of Norfolk Southern
  • William H. Gross (B.S. 1966), Founder and Chief Investment Officer, PIMCO, the world's largest bond fund with $641.6 billion in assets, the owner of the only complete collection of U.S. 19th century stamps
  • Eric E. Haas (M.S., M.B.A. 1993), CEO, Altruist Financial Advisors LLC
  • Hank Halter (M.B.A. 1993), CFO of Delta Air Lines
  • Gerald Hassell (B.A.), Chairman and CEO, Bank of New York Mellon
  • William A. Hawkins (B.S. 1976), CEO of Medtronic
  • Betsy Holden (A.B.), CEO of Kraft Foods, 2001–2003
  • W. Bruce Johnson (B.A., J.D., M.B.A.), Interim Chief Executive Officer and President, Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Edwin L. Jones, Jr. (B.S. 1948), Engineer, president, J. A. Jones Construction Company
  • Bruce Karsh (A.B 1977), Co-Founder and President of Oaktree Capital Management
  • Timothy Kasbe (M.B.A. 2000), Chief Information Officer, Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Jeffrey Kip (M.B.A. 1999), CFO of Panera Bread
  • Rik Kirkland (A.M. 1976), S/B Managing Editor, Fortune Magazine
  • John A. Koskinen (A.B. 1961), President of US Soccer Foundation, former Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget
  • Mike Lamach (M.B.A.), President and COO, Ingersoll Rand
  • Dylan Lauren (A.B. 1996), President and Founder of Dylan's Candy Bar
  • J. Richard Leaman III (B.A. 1984, M.B.A. 1986), Joint Global Head of Investment Banking, UBS
  • Dan Levitan (1979), Co-founder & Managing Partner, Maveron
  • Diane Britz Lotti (1974), President of Pan Oceanic Management, Ltd.
  • Gérard Louis-Dreyfus (A.B., J.D.), French billionaire businessman
  • Cynthia Lowden (1980), Vice President, human resources, SBLI USA
  • John J. Mack (A.B. 1968), CEO of Morgan Stanley, former CEO of Credit Suisse First Boston
  • Aubrey McClendon (A.B. 1981) CEO, chairman, and co-founder of Chesapeake Energy. Shares principal ownership of the NBA's Seattle SuperSonics and WNBA's Seattle Storm.
  • Amit Mitra (Phd, Economics 1976). Secretary General of FICCI-Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry, India's Apex Business Chamber. Dr Mitra is also the recipient of India's Prestigious National Civilian Award " Padma Shree" conferred by the President of India in 2008
  • Lalit Modi (A.B. 1986), Modi Enterprises Scion, Chairman and Founder of Indian Premier League
  • Raymond Nasher (1943), Real estate developer, philanthropist, namesake of Duke's Nasher Museum of Art
  • Peter Nicholas (A.B. 1964), Founder and Chairman of Boston Scientific Corporation
  • Stephen Pagliuca (1977), Part owner of the Boston Celtics, Managing Director of Bain Capital
  • Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. (B.S.E. 1947), former CEO of Pfizer, philanthropist, namesake of Duke's Edmund T. Pratt School of Engineering
  • J.B. Pritzker (A.B.), managing partner and co-founder of the The Pritzker Group, principal owner of Hyatt Hotels Corporation and TransUnion Corporation, one of the 400 richest Americans
  • Mark Rosenbaum (M.B.A. 1987), Chief Financial Officer, MySpace
  • Drew Rosenhaus (J.D. 1990), NFL sports agent
  • David M. Rubenstein (A.B. 1970), co-founder of The Carlyle Group
  • W. Russell Scheirman (A.B. 1977, M.S. 1978), President & CFO of Vaalco Energy Inc.
  • Alan Schwartz (A.B. 1972), CEO, Bear Stearns
  • Bobby Sharma (A.B. 1995, J.D. 1998), IMG (company) Senior Vice President, Global Business Development, Basketball
  • Malvinder Mohan Singh (M.B.A. 1998), Former Chairman and CEO of Ranbaxy Laboratories One of the twenty richest Indians in the world with a net worth of over a billion dollars, Current Chairman of Fortis Hospitals and Religare Financial Services.
  • Shivinder Mohan Singh (M.B.A. 2000), Current Managing Director of Fortis Healthcare Advisory Board Member of AIESEC India, One of the twenty richest Indians in the world
  • Sam A. Solomon (M.B.A.), President and CEO, Coleman Company
  • W. David Stedman (1942), Business executive, philanthropist
  • Robert K. Steel (A.B. 1973), Chairman of the Duke University Board of Trustees, President & CEO, Wachovia
  • Terry Thompson (M.B.A. 1999), COO of Mercer
  • Bill Timmerman (1968), Chairman, President, and CEO of SCANA
  • James L. Vincent (B.S. 1961), Chairman & CEO, Biogen Idec
  • Christopher L. Smith, (B.A. 1990), President & CEO, Transit Systems, Inc.
  • Jeffrey Vinik (B.S. 1981), Chairman, President, and CEO of Vinik Asset Management, owner of Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Karl von der Heyden (1962), Vice Chairman & CFO, Pepsico, Inc., namesake of the von der Heyden pavilion at Duke
  • G. Richard Wagoner, Jr. (A.B. 1975), President & CEO, General Motors Corporation
  • John C. Walters (M.B.A.), President & COO, Hartford Life, Inc.
  • Gary L. Wilson (A.B. 1962), Director of The Walt Disney Company, Co-Chairman of Northwest Airlines, namesake of Wilson Rec Center at Duke
  • Pamela J. White (M.B.A. 1988), CFO, Victoria's Secret
  • Gao Xiqing (J.D. 1986), General Manager and Chief Investment Officer of the China Investment Corporation
  • Harold "Spike" Yoh (B.S. 1958), former Chairman and CEO of Day & Zimmermann, namesake of Duke's Yoh Football Center
  • Pramod Naralkar (M.S.) Chairman and Managing Director of Suma Soft a growing software company based in Pune, India and Suma Shilp an established Indian real estate company.
  • Ram Ramchand (M.S) Director of US operations for Suma
  • Joseph S. Cooper (B.A.) 1950 International Marketing Management, TWA, Consumer Prouct Company (Import/Exports), McCann-Erickson
  • Earl Hubbard (B.A.) 1950, vice president Southern National Bank
  • William Wrigley Jr. (B.A) Chairman, President, CEO William Wrigley Jr. Company. Estimated net worth of 3.4 billion US Dollars making him one of the richest men in the world.
  • David Lauren (B.A) Senior Vice President at Polo Ralph Lauren is married to Lauren Bush


Medicine, science and technology


  • James Armstrong} (B.S. 1982), author of UNIX Secrets and other computer books
  • Fred Chappell (A.B. 1961, A.M. 1964), North Carolina Poet Laureate, novelist
  • Guy Davenport, author, Thasos and Ohio, National Review contributor
  • David Cornel De Jong (M.A. 1932), author of 13 novels, 5 children's books, several books of poetry, and had stories appear in Atlantic Monthly, Scribner's Magazine, Esquire (Magazine), and Poetry (Magazine), among others[4]
  • Lee McGeorge Durrell (Ph. D 1979), author, television presenter, zookeeper
  • Joseph DiMona (A.B. 1947), author,
  • Josephine Humphreys (A.B. 1967), award-winning novelist
  • Mac Hyman (A.B. 1947), author of No Time for Sergeants
  • Russell Kirk (A.M. 1941), author, The Conservative Mind
  • Nathaniel Lande, author, filmmaker, and former creative director of TIME magazine.
  • Peter Maas (A.B. 1949), author of novels The Valachi Papers and Serpico, later made into movies
  • Tucker Max, author of I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell
  • Lydia Millet (M.E.M. 1996), author of "Oh Pure and Radiant Heart," "Everyone's Pretty" and other novels.
  • Peggy Payne (1970),author, Sister India
  • Noel Perrin (A.M., 1950), scholar, essayist, and critic. Professor at Dartmouth College
  • Michael Peterson (A.B. 1965), author, politician, convicted of murdering his wife in 2003
  • Reynolds Price (A.B 1955), renowned author and James B. Duke professor of literature at Duke
  • Lynn Veach Sadler, poet, author, and playwright
  • Haun Saussy (A.B., 1981) Bird White Housum Professor of Comparative and Chinese literature at Yale
  • Margaret Taylor Smith (A.B. 1947), author, social activist, Chair, Kresge Foundation
  • William C. Styron, (A.B. 1947) author, Pulitzer Prize winner
  • Anne Tyler, (A.B. 1961) Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and writer of short stories
  • Dana Vachon (B.A. 2002), author of Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Haim Watzman writer
  • Richard Zimler (A.B. 1977), novelist, author of The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon and The Warsaw Anagrams

Fine arts

  • Michael Best (A.B. 1962), Former Principal Artist of the Metropolitan Opera
  • Les Brown (A.B. 1936), Musician, Les Brown & The Band of Renown, Jazz Hall of Fame Inductee 1999
  • Michael Ching (A.B. 1980), composer, Memphis Opera
  • Bill Cunliffe, Grammy Award winning composer, arranger, pianist[5]
  • Lorenz Eitner (A.B. 1940), renowned art historian
  • Adam Lord (B.A. 2003), musician, writer
  • Mike Posner (B.S. 2010), musician, Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 single "Cooler Than Me"
  • Adam Sampieri (B.A. 2003), musician, writer
  • Ryan Senft (B.S. 2002), musician, Alan Davis Band
  • William Stone (B.A., 1966), operatic baritone



Journalism and media


See also men's basketball players, women's basketball players, and football players.

American football




  • Skip Alexander professional golfer
  • Beth Bauer, professional golfer
  • Amanda Blumenherst, professional golfer
  • Jenny Chuasiriporn, professional golfer
  • Matt Danowski, professional lacrosse player for New Jersey Pride, all-time leading points scorer in NCAA Lacrosse history, Tewaaraton Trophy winner in 2007, two-time Jack Turnbull Award winner, two-time Lt. Raymond Enners Award winner
  • Paulie Harraka, NASCAR racer
  • Jay Heaps, professional Major League Soccer player, on the New England Revolution
  • Nancy Hogshead, Olympic gold medal winner in swimming
  • Anna Grzebien, professional golfer
  • Matthew Jacobs, a world renowned martial arts expert, frequently appears in Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • Liz Janangelo, professional golfer
  • Randy Jones, competed in four Olympics as member of U.S. bobsledding teams
  • John Kerr, soccer player, winner of Hermann Trophy for top collegian, first American player in the Football League First Division (now known as the Premiership), Duke's head coach
  • Brittany Lang, professional golfer
  • Alison Levine (M.B.A. 2000), mountain climber and explorer who is the only woman in the world to have completed the Explorers Grand Slam, reaching the summit of the highest mountain on each continent and ski to the North and South Poles
  • Jason Kreis professional soccer player
  • Joe Ogilvie, professional golfer
  • Vanessa Rousso, professional poker player
  • Shannon Rowbury, professional track athlete, middle distance runner
  • Philip Schwalb, founder of National Sports Museum of America
  • Jillian Schwartz, Olympic pole vaulter
  • Mike Souchak, professional golfer, winner of 15 PGA events
  • Jessica Rae Springsteen, daughter of Bruce Springsteen. Nationally ranked equestrian.
  • Becca Ward, 2008 Olympic Bronze Medalist in fencing
  • Art Wall, Jr., professional golfer, winner of 1959 Masters
Lt. Andy Baldwin
Juanita Kreps
Jack Coleman
Travis Stork
Grant Hill


Nobel laureates



Men's basketball head coaches

Football head coaches

University Presidents

President Tenure
Brantley York 1838–1842
Braxton Craven 1842–1863
William Trigg Gannaway* 1864–1865
*Appointed president pro tempore during the break in Craven's presidency
Braxton Craven 1866–1882
Marquis Lafayette Wood 1883–1886
John Franklin Crowell 1887–1894
John Carlisle Kilgo 1894–1910
William Preston Few 1910–1924
University officially established as Duke University in 1924
William Preston Few 1924–1940
Robert Lee Flowers 1941–1948
Arthur Hollis Edens 1949–1960
Julian Deryl Hart 1960–1963
Douglas Knight 1963–1969
Terry Sanford 1969–1985
H. Keith H. Brodie 1985–1993
Nannerl O. Keohane 1993–2004
Richard H. Brodhead 2004–present

Major philanthropists

Donors who have contributed at least $20 million to the university or founding donors:

Donor Total Amount Year Purpose
The Duke Endowment $1.2+ billion[10][11][12][13] 1924–
James B. Duke $40 million
($458 million in 2006 dollars)
1924 For endowment; established The Duke Endowment later that year
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $106.5+ million 2002–2007 $46.5 for AIDS research[14], $30 million for a new science facility and $5 million for student life initiatives[15], $15 million for DukeEngage, a civic engagement program,[16] $9 million for undergraduate financial aid and $1 million for Fuqua students financial aid[17]
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. $35 million 1999 To endow the School of Engineering[18]
David H. Murdock $35 million 2007 For "translational medicine" research by the Duke Medical School[19]
Disque Deane $20 million
($34 million in 2005 dollars)
1986 To "establish a research institute on the human future"[20]
Bruce and Martha Karsh $32 million 2005–2008 For student financial aid[21][22]
Michael J. and Patty Fitzpatrick $25 million 2000 For a center for advanced photonics and communications[23]
David Rubenstein $24.35 million 2002-2011 $13.6 million to Duke Libraries, $10.75 million to the Sanford School of Public Policy[24]
William and Sue Gross $23 million 2005 $15 million for undergraduate scholarships, $5 million for medical students' scholarships, and $3 million to support faculty members of the Fuqua School of Business[25]
Peter and Ginny Nicholas $20+ million 1999–
$20 million for the School of the Environment and Earth Sciences[26]; $70 million pledged for the School of the Environment and $2 million pledged for Perkins library in 2003 still unpaid as of September 2010[27]
Bill and Melinda Gates $20 million 1998 For undergraduate scholarships[25]
Washington Duke $385,000
($7.9 million in 2005 dollars)
1892 For original endowment and construction
Julian S. Carr N/A 1892 Donated site of East Campus


  1. ^ Alumni Giving Rates. U.S. News & World Report. Accessed on January 12, 2007.
  2. ^ Bresnahan, John & Jake Sherman (July 27, 2011). "GOPers chant 'fire him' at RSC staffer". Politico. Retrieved July 27, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Featured Alum: Paul Teller". Duke University. Retrieved February 2, 2011. 
  4. ^ "David Cornel De Jong. [1], October 21, 2006, accessed April 23, 2011.
  5. ^ "Grammy Awards: List of Winners: Music". The New York Times. January 31, 2010. Retrieved June 7, 2010. "Instrumental Arrangement ... “West Side Story Medley,” Bill Cunliffe" 
  6. ^ "Dan Bernstein". Retrieved April 4, 2009. 
  7. ^ "A Crash Course in Online Gossip." The New York Times. 1.
  8. ^ Young, Jeffrey R. "How to Combat a Campus Gossip Web Site (and Why You Shouldn't)." The Chronicle of Higher Education. March 17, 2008.
  9. ^ Wade, Nicholas (September 15, 2008). "A Dissenting Voice as the Genome Is Sifted to Fight Disease". The New York Times (The New York Times Company). Retrieved September 16, 2008. 
  10. ^ Williams embodies loyalty to Duke. The Chronicle, 2011. Retrieved August 25, 2011.
  11. ^ Duke Launches Initiative to Make Civic Engagement Integral Part of Undergraduate Education. Duke News & Communications. Feb 12, 2007.
  12. ^ Duke Endowment Awards More Than $20 Million to Duke University for Nursing School, Library, Other Priorities. DukeMed News. Jan 27, 2004.
  13. ^ Duke Endowment Gives Record $75 Million for Financial Aid
  14. ^ Eaglin, Adam. Duke nets $46.5M for AIDS research. The Chronicle. August 25, 2006.
  15. ^ Duke Receives $35 Million From The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Duke News & Communication. May 9, 2002.
  16. ^ DukeEngage launches. The Chronicle. Feb 13, 2007.
  17. ^ Gates Give $10M for financial aid. The Chronicle. Feb 21, 2007.
  18. ^ The Pratt Gift. Pratt School of Engineering. Accessed on June 25, 2006.
  19. ^ Murdock gives Duke $35M for study at Kannapolis campus. Triangle Business Journal. Accessed on September 26, 2007.
  20. ^ Articles About Duke University. New York Times. Dec 12, 1986.
  21. ^ "Duke given $20M to aid international students". January 30, 2008. 
  22. ^ [2]
  23. ^ The Fitzpatrick Gift. Pratt School of Engineering. Accessed on June 25, 2006.
  24. ^ Duke Libraries to receive $13.6M gift, largest in history
  25. ^ a b Sue and William Gross Donate $23 Million
  26. ^ Largest Gift In Duke History Closes Campaign At Record $2.36 Billion. Duke News and Communication. Jan 8, 2004.
  27. ^ [3]

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