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notable Auburn University people includes alumni, faculty, and former students of Auburn University.
Each of the following alumni, faculty, and former students of
Auburn University is presumed to be notable, as he or she has received significant coverage in multiple published, secondary sources which are reliable, intellectually independent of each other, and independent of the subject. See: Notability on Wikipedia.
Ali Abdelghany (1980), Egyptian marine biologist
Wilford S. Bailey (1942), 13th president of Auburn University
P. O. Davis (1916), radio pioneer; Alabama Extension Service director; national agricultural leader and spokesman
Luther Duncan (1900 and 1907), 4-H pioneer, Cooperative Extension administrator; Auburn University President
Jeffrey S. Harper (1998), executive director at Scott College of Business, Indiana State University
Joni E. Johnston, licensed clinical psychologist and author
Vincent Poor (1972 and 1974), Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton University; member of the National Academy of Engineering (2001) and of the National Academy of Science (2011), recipient of John Fritz Medal (2016)
Walter Merritt Riggs (1892), president of Clemson University (1910-1924), "father of Clemson football" E. T. York (1942 and 1946), Alabama Cooperative Extension System director (1959-1961); interim president of the University of Florida (1973-1974); chancellor of the State University System of Florida (1974-1980)
Architecture, design and construction
Arts and humanities
Ace Atkins (1994), author and journalist
Margaret Boozer (1989), ceramist and sculpture artist
Ashley Crow (1982), movie and TV actress 
Tim Dorsey (1983), author
Kenneth R. Giddens (1931), director of Voice of America and founder of WKRG-TV, Inc. in Mobile, Alabama
Thom Gossom, Jr. (1975), actor
Sophia Bracy Harris (B.S. 1972), child care leader, MacArthur Fellow (1991)
Daniel L. Haulman (1983 PhD), aviation historian and writer
Kate Higgins (1991), voice actress, notably Sakura Haruno on Naruto 
Bill Holbrook (1980), cartoonist, On The Fast Track, and Safe Havens Kevin & Kell
Jimmy Johnson (1974), cartoonist, Arlo and Janis
Rheta Grimsley Johnson (1977), syndicated newspaper columnist
Justice Leak (2003), actor, The Great Debaters
Richard Marcinko (M.A. Political Science), founder U.S. Navy SEAL Team SIX and Red Cell; author of Rogue Warrior and other fiction and non-fiction books
Big Bill Morganfield (Communications), blues singer and guitarist
Michael O'Neill (1974), actor
Kimberly Page (1990), actress and professional wrestling valet
Lallah Miles Perry (1945), artist and painter
Van Allen Plexico (1990 B.A., 1994 M.A.), award-winning author and educator
Selena Roberts (1988), author, sportswriter, and digital entrepreneur
Jeanne Robertson (1967), comedian and humorist, Miss North Carolina 1963, SEC Entrepreneur of the Year in 2000
Gerald Roush (1968 B.A., 1973 M.A.), Ferrari historian, publisher of the Ferrari Market Letter
Phillip Sandifer (1977-78), writer, recording artist 
Jason Sanford (1993), science fiction author
Elmo Shropshire (1964), veterinarian and singer, best known for " Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer"
Anne Rivers Siddons (1958), author
Eugene Sledge (1955), World War II Marine, author of With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa
Octavia Spencer (1994), Oscar, BAFTA, Golden Globe and SAG Award-winning actress 
William Spratling (1921), silversmith and artist, "father of Mexican silver"
Travis S. Taylor (1991), science fiction author and host of on Rocket City Rednecks National Geographic Channel
Toni Tennille (1962), award-winning singer, half of the singing group Captain & Tennille
Cynthia Tucker (1976), syndicated columnist, editorial page editor, Pulitzer Prize winner Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Katherine Webb (2012), Miss Alabama USA 2012; Top 10 at Miss USA 2012 
Dave Williamson, stand-up comedian 
Drake White, country music singer Jake Adam York (1993), poet
Willie Anderson (1996), NFL offensive tackle
William Andrews (1978), former all-pro running back for the Atlanta Falcons
Joanna Atkins (2011), NCAA Track and Field Champion 2009 and multiple-time international medalist
Bryce Brown, NBA player 
Tom Banks (1970), NFL professional player and four-time Pro Bowler with the St. Louis Cardinals 
Blayne Barber (2012), professional golfer, PGA Tour
Charles Barkley, retired NBA Player, 11x NBA All-star, NBA MVP 
Fred Beasley (1997), NFL professional player; one-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro with the San Francisco 49ers 
Mark Bellhorn (1997), major league baseball player (played for World Series-winning Red Sox in 2004) 
Rob Bironas (2000), professional football player; one-time Pro Bowler and one-time All-Pro 
George Bovell (2009), Olympic silver medal swimmer for Trinidad and Tobago 
Dieter Brock, Canadian Football League and National Football League player 
James Brooks (1980), four-time pro bowl NFL running back 
Ronnie Brown (2004), professional football player and first round NFL draft pick by the Miami Dolphins 
Aundray Bruce (1987), National Football League player 
Jason Campbell (2004), professional football player and first round NFL draft pick by the Washington Redskins 
Randy Campbell (1984), 1983 SEC Championship quarterback, President of Campbell Wealth Management, LLC
Kirsty Coventry (2006), Olympic gold medal swimmer for Zimbabwe 
Marquis Daniels (2003), NBA basketball player for the Boston Celtics, 2004 NBA All-Rookie Second Team 
Stephen Davis (1996), running back in the National Football League 
Josh Donaldson, third baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays, 2015 AL MVP 
Jason Dufner (2000), winner of the 2013 PGA Championship, PGA Tour 
Rowdy Gaines (1982), Olympic gold medalist, world record holder and television sports commentator 
Frank Gatski (1945), National Football League Hall of Famer with the Cleveland Brown 
Kevin Greene (1985), Pro-Bowl NFL linebacker and WCW pro wrestler 
Dave Hill (1962), American Football League and National Football League player with the Kansas City Chiefs 
Jared Harper, NBA player 
Margaret Hoelzer (2005), Olympic medalist (100m backstroke, 200m backstroke, and 4x100 medley relay) 
Roderick Hood (2003), professional football player 
John Hudson (1989), professional football player 
Tim Hudson, professional baseball pitcher with the Oakland Athletics, Atlanta Braves, and San Francisco Giants, four time All-Star 
Stephen Huss (2000), 2005 Wimbledon Men's Doubles champion -- the first ever as a qualifier 
Bo Jackson (1992), 1985 Heisman trophy winner, professional football and baseball player 
Eddie Johnson (1976), NBA All-Star guard 
Rudi Johnson (2001), professional football running back 
Beverly Kearney (1981), head women's track and field coach at the University of Texas 
Patton Kizzire, professional golfer (2008)
Marcus McNeill (2005), National Football League player and Pro Bowler with the San Diego Chargers 
John Mengelt (1970), NBA guard 
Dave Middleton (1954), National Football League player with the Detroit Lions 
Alvin Mitchell, football player 
Mike Mitchell (1978), 12-year NBA player 
Chris Morris (1987), NBA forward 
Cam Newton (2015), NFL quarterback, 2010 Heisman Trophy winner, 1st pick of the 2011 NFL Draft, 2011 NFL Rookie of the Year, and 2015 NFL MVP 
Cody Parkey (2013), NFL Pro Bowl kicker
Chuck Person (1986), NBA forward, 1987 NBA Rookie of the Year 
Wesley Person (1987), NBA guard 
Jay Ratliff (2004), professional football player; four-time Pro Bowler and one-time All-Pro with the Dallas Cowboys 
Tony Richardson (1994), professional football player; three-time Pro Bowler with the Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings 
Quentin Riggins (1990), player of gridiron football
Tracy Rocker (1989), professional football player, 1988 Outland Award winner and 1988 Lombardi Trophy winner
Carlos Rogers (2004), professional football player and first round NFL draft pick by the Washington Redskins 
Frank Sanders (1994), National Football League player 
Takeo Spikes (1998), NFL linebacker 
Cliff Toney (1981), football player 
Marcus Washington (1999), National Football League Pro Bowl player 
Ed West (1983), professional football player 
Carnell "Cadillac" Williams (2004), professional football player; 2005 NFL first round draft pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Alexander Wright (1989), professional football player
Tim Beckman (1989 M.A.), head football coach at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Vince Dooley (1954 B.S., M.A. History 1963), University of Georgia head football coach, 1964-1988; athletic director, 1979-2004
Ralph "Shug" Jordan (1932), coach of Auburn Tigers football team, 1951-1975; most wins in Auburn history, including 1957's 10-0 season and 1957 National Championship
Beverly Kearney (1981), head women's track and field coach University of Texas
Tony Levine (2003 Masters; educational specialist in adult education), football coach
David Marsh (1981 B.A.), head swimming coach of Auburn University, 1990-2007
Will Muschamp (1996 M.A.), Head Football Coach at University of South Carolina
Erk Russell (1946 B.A., 1949 M.A), football coach at Georgia Southern, 1981-1989 Tim Stowers (1980 B.S. 1982 M.E.), football coach at Georgia Southern, 1990-1995
Business and economics
Donald J. Boudreaux (1986), economist
John Brown (1957), former CEO and Chairman of the Board, Stryker Corporation
Timothy D. Cook (1982), CEO of Apple Inc.
Joe Forehand (1971), former Chairman and CEO of Accenture
Millard Fuller (1957), founder of Habitat for Humanity
Samuel Ginn (1959), wireless communications pioneer; former chairman of Vodafone
John M. Harbert (1946), businessman and founder of Harbert Corporation
Raymond J. Harbert (1982), founder, Chairman and CEO of Harbert Management Corporation; trustee; namesake of the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
Don Logan (1966), former CEO of Time Inc.; former chairman of Time Warner Cable
Mohamed Mansour (1971 MBA), billionaire, chairman of Mansour Group
Youssef Mansour (1972 MBA), Egyptian billionaire businessman Lindsey Payne (2016) Business Intelligence Analyst
Mark Spencer (1999), President and CEO of Digium, creator of Asterisk PBX
Mark Thornton (1989 Ph.D.), economist
Jimmy Wales (1989), co-founder of Wikipedia Arthur L. Williams, Jr. (M.S.), insurance executive
Government and politics
Rick Austin (1993), Former Georgia State Representative
Spencer Bachus (1969), Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives 
Bobby Bright (1975), former Congressman from Alabama's 2nd congressional district; former mayor of Montgomery 
Rick Bright (1997), immunologist and virologist, director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 
James R. Bullington, diplomat and former ambassador to Burundi
LTG Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. (USA, Ret.) (1974), 17th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, 2009-2012 
Nader Dahabi, former Prime Minister of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Amir Eshel, Major General; former Commander-in-Chief of the Israeli Air Force
Michael Hood, Lieutenant-General; former Commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force
Kay Ivey (1967), Governor of Alabama, 2017-present; 30th Lieutenant Governor of Alabama, 2011-2017 
Fob James (1957), Governor of Alabama, 1979-1983, 1995-1999 
Bill Lee (1981), Governor of Tennessee, 2019-present; 2019-present 
Royce L. McMahen (1952), veterinarian in Springhill, Louisiana; sheriff of Webster Parish, 1980-1996 
Cole McNary, Republican member of the Missouri House of Representatives, 2009-2013 
Harold D. Melton (1988), Georgia Supreme Court Justice, 2005-present 
Brady E. Mendheim Jr. Supreme Court of Alabama Justice
Richard Myers, General (USAF, Ret) (1967, M.S.), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for the United States of America 
Rick Pate (1978), Commissioner of Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries 
Gordon Persons (1922), Governor of Alabama, 1951-1955 
Major Gen. Wilton B. Persons (1916), Special Adviser to President Eisenhower 
Joe Turnham (1981), former Alabama Democratic Party Chairman and congressional candidate
Sidney A. Wallace (1969), Rear Admiral (USCG, Ret.)  Susan Whitson (1991), Press Secretary, Office of First Lady Laura Bush
Jimmie V. Adams (1957), US general
Lloyd J. Austin III (1985), United States Army general; Commander of United States Central Command, 2013-2016
Robert E. Bailey (1975), United States Air Force general
Robert Lee Bullard, United States Army Lieutenant General, Commander, Second US Army in World War I (one of the two US Armies in General Pershing's AAF in the War) 
Ronald L Burgess (1974), United States Army Lieutenant General, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
Jay W. Kelley
James E. Livingston (1962), USMC Major General and Medal of Honor recipient
Carl Mundy, Jr. (1957), Commandant of the United States Marine Corps (1991-1995)
Eric O'Neill (1995), FBI Investigative Specialist; key figure in arrest of double-agent Robert Hanssen; subject of the 2007 film Breach
Michael S. Rogers, United States Navy Admiral; Director of NSA; Commander of US Cyber Command
Paul Selva (1992), United States Air Force; Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Hugh Shelton (1973, M.S.), retired general; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1997-2001
Holland Smith (1901), United States Marine Corps general, "father of modern U.S. amphibious warfare"
Johnny Micheal Spann (1992), first American killed in combat after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan
Alvin Vogtle, World War II fighter pilot who inspired Steve McQueen's character in The Great Escape
H. Marshal Ward (1982), United States Air Force general, retired in 2001 David A. Krumm (1989), United States Air Force Lieutenant General, Commander Alaskan Command
Science and engineering
Byron Lavoy Cockrell (1957), aeronautical engineer and rocket scientist
Tim Cook (1982), Apple CEO
Lester Crawford (1963), former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner
Wilbur Davenport, engineer and scientist known for his work on communication systems; member of the National Academy of Engineering (1975)
Jan Davis (1977), astronaut, STS-47, STS-60
Sanjay Govil (1986), Infinite Computer Solutions CEO
Hank Hartsfield (1954), astronaut, STS-4, STS-41-D, STS-61-A
Cherri M. Pancake (Ph.D. 1986), elected Fellow (2001) and president (2018-) of the ACM
Miller Reese Hutchison (1897), inventor of the electric hearing aid and Klaxon automobile horn
John Junkins (B.S. 1965), distinguished professor of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University; member of the National Academy of Engineering (1996)
Hugh S. Knowles, member of the National Academy of Engineering (1969) 
Francis Ernest Lloyd (1906-1912), botanist; President of the Royal Society of Canada, 1932-33
Joseph Majdalani, professor of Aerospace Engineering
Ken Mattingly (1958), astronaut, Apollo 13 (pulled), Apollo 16 (spacewalk), STS-4, STS-51-C
Jessica A. Scoffield, microbiologist and professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham
Kathryn Thornton (1974), astronaut; second US woman to perform a spacewalk; STS-33, STS-49, STS-61, STS-73
James Voss (1972), astronaut, STS-44, STS-53, STS-69, STS-101, ISS
Paul B. Weisz (B.S.), National Medal of Technology and Innovation recipient (1992) and member of the National Academy of Engineering (1977)  Clifton Williams (1954), Gemini astronaut, test pilot
Notable students who attended but did not graduate
Andy Andrews, self-help/advice author and corporate speaker
Charles Barkley, former professional basketball player; joined the NBA after his junior year in 1984
Jimmy Buffett, singer/songwriter; was a pledge of Sigma Pi Fraternity, but graduated from  The University of Southern Mississippi
Tom Cochran (1924-2010), former fullback for the NFL
Jon Coffelt (1986), artist, painter, sculptor
Ricky Dillon, YouTube personality
Toney Douglas, NBA basketball player for the Houston Rockets
Dan Evins, entrepreneur and founder of Cracker Barrel
Nick Fairley, NFL defensive tackle, 2010 Lombardi Award Winner and 13th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft
Bobby Goldsboro, singer
Mallory Hagan, Miss America 2013
Taylor Hicks, singer, winner on season five of American Idol
Josh Hopkins, actor, ; member of Cougar Town Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity 
Tim Hudson (1997), Major League Baseball pitcher for the San Francisco Giants
Victoria Jackson, comedian of fame ("I went to three colleges and Auburn was my last one and favorite one.") Saturday Night Live 
Brandon Jacobs, NFL running back
César Cielo, won three Olympic medals for swimming; current world record holder in the 100-metre and 50-metre freestyle
Rudi Johnson, NFL running back
Paul McDonald, singer, songwriter, placed 8th on tenth season of and lead singer of the Grand Magnolias (formerly Hightide Blues) American Idol
John Mengelt, former NBA player 1971-1981 and network ABC basketball analyst
Herman Clarence Nixon, professor, member of the Southern Agrarians
Lionel Richie, Grammy award-winning singer, notable for his contribution to the Commodores
Red Smith (1912), Major League Baseball third baseman for Brooklyn Frank Thomas, professional baseball player and 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame inductee
Frank W. Applebee, painter, head of the art department at Auburn University
Herbert W. Ehrgott, U.S. Air Force general
Wayne Flynt, Professor Emeritus; authority on Alabamian history and Baptist history in Alabama; author of 11 books, including the Pulitzer-nominated Poor But Proud: Alabama's Poor Whites
Thomas M. Humphrey, economist
Olav Kallenberg, mathematician known for research in the field of probability theory
Krystyna Kuperberg, mathematician known for creating a counterexample to the Seifert conjecture
Roderick Long, libertarian political commentator
Nathaniel Thomas Lupton, Professor of Chemistry
Mel Rosen, track coach
Mrinal Thakur, mechanical engineering faculty, co-discoverer of conducting polymers
James Voss, former U.S. astronaut and veteran of five spaceflights; teaches courses on space mission design Terry Todd, Women's Powerlifting Hall of Fame
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