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List of University of Virginia People

This page is a partial list of notable alumni and faculty of the University of Virginia.

Rectors and members of the Board of Visitors

  • Thomas Jefferson - 3rd President of the United States (1801-1809); founder, Rector (1819-1826)[1][2]
  • James Madison - 4th President of the United States (1809-1817); Rector (1826-1836)[3]
  • James Monroe - 5th President of the United States (1817-1825)[4]
  • Joseph C. Cabell - Rector (1834-1836 & 1845-1856)
  • Chapman Johnson - Rector (1836-185)
  • Andrew Stevenson - 15th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (1827-1833); Rector (1856-1857)[5]
  • Thomas Jefferson Randolph - Rector (1857-1864)[6]
  • T. L. Preston - Rector (1864-1865)
  • Alexander Rives - Rector (1865-1866)
  • B. Johnson Barbour - Rector (1866-1872)
  • R. G. H. Kean - Rector (1872-1876)
  • Alexander H. H. Stewart - Rector (1886-1887)
  • John L. Marye - Rector (188-1890)
  • W. C. N. Randolph - Rector (1890-1897)
  • Armistead C. Gordon - Rector (1897-1898 & 1906-1918)
  • Charles P. Jones - Rector (1898-1906)
  • R. Tate Irvine - Rector (1918-1920)
  • John Stewart Bryan -- Rector and board member (1918-1922)[7]
  • C. Harding Walker - Rector (1922-130)
  • Fredric W. Scott - Rector (1930-1939)
  • Robert Gray Williams - Rector (1939-1946)
  • Edward R. Stettinius Jr. - Rector (1946-1949)[8]
  • Baron Foster Black - Rector (1949-1956)
  • Frank Talbott, Jr - Rector (1956-1960)
  • Albert Vickers Bryan - Rector (1960-1964)
  • Charles Rogers Fenwick - Rector (1964-1966)
  • Frank W. Rogers - Rector (1966-1970)
  • Joseph H. McConnell - Rector (1970-1976)
  • William L. Zimmer, III - Rector (1976-1980)
  • D. French Slaughter Jr. - Rector (1980-1982)[9]
  • Frederick G. Pollard - Rector (1982-1987)
  • Joshua Darden Jr. - Rector (1987-1990)
  • Edward Elliott Elson - Rector (1990-1992)
  • Hovey S. Dabney - Rector (1992-1998)
  • John P. Ackerly, III - Rector (1998-2003)
  • Gordon F. Rainey Jr. - Rector (2003-2005)
  • Thomas F. Farrell, II - Rector (2005-2007)
  • H. Haywood Fralin - Rector (2007-2009)
  • John O. Wynne - Rector (2009-2011)
  • Helen Dragas - Rector (2011-2013)[10]
  • George Keith Martin - Rector (2013-2015)
  • William H. Goodwin - Rector (2015-2017)
  • Frank M. "Rusty" Conner - Rector (2017-present)

Notable faculty

Faculty members who are alumni of the University of Virginia are marked in italics.

American Studies

Name Position Notability Ref.
Anna Brickhouse Director of American Studies

Athletics

Name Position Notability Ref.
W. A. Lambeth Medical Professor
First athletic director

Classics

Name Position Notability Ref.
Milton W. Humphreys Professor of Latin and Greek, 1887-1915 Buried in the campus cemetery

Economics

Name Position Notability Ref.
James M. Buchanan economics; public choice theory; Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1986
Ronald Coase published one of his two most famous articles ("The Problem of Social Cost", 1960) during this time; Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1991[11]
Herbert Stein A. Willis Robertson Professor of Economics Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford

Education

Name Position Notability Ref.
Patricia Jennings Professor of Education

English

Name Position Notability Ref.
William Faulkner writer in residence the University of Virginia owns today the world's largest Faulkner collection thanks to his will and later donations; Nobel Prize in Literature in 1949; Pulitzer Prizes for Fiction in 1954 and 1962[12]
Peter Matthew Hillsman Taylor literature and writing; Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1987; PEN/Malamud Award in 1993[13]

Engineering

Name Position Notability Ref.
Elmer L. Gaden known as "the father of biochemical engineering"

History

Name Position Notability Ref.
Julian Bond 20-year history professor. Civil rights icon
Lester J. Cappon historian, documentary editor, and archivist
Dumas Malone historian; biographer of Thomas Jefferson; received the Pulitzer Prize for history for his six-volume Jefferson and His Time in 1975

Law

Name Position Notability Ref.
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Antonin Scalia
(1936--2016)
Professor of Law An Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1986 until his death in 2016. He was described as the intellectual anchor for the originalist and textualist position in the Court's conservative wing. For catalyzing an originalist and textualist movement in American law, he has been described as one of the most influential jurists of the twentieth century. Scalia was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2018. [14]

Media Studies

Name Position Notability Ref.
Siva Vaidhyanathan Professor of Media Studies and author of books on copyright and digital media

Medicine

Name Position Notability Ref.
Alfred G. Gilman medicine; G protein pioneer; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1994
Barry J. Marshall co-discoverer of Helicobacter pylori as the cause of peptic ulcer disease; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005
Ferid Murad medicine; pioneer in role of nitric oxide in biology; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1998
William D. Spotnitz a cardiothoracic surgeon, professor, and medical researcher[15]

Philosophy

Name Position Notability Ref.
William Barton Rogers faculty for natural philosophy and department head for philosophy; founded MIT and became its first president
Richard Rorty philosopher and pragmatist[16]
George Tucker (politician) moral philosophy; authored the first comprehensive biography of Jefferson in 1837

Physics

Name Position Notability Ref.
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Edward P. Ney
(1920--1996)
Assistant Professor of Physics American physicist who made major contributions to cosmic ray research, atmospheric physics, heliophysics, and infrared astronomy. [17]

Politics

Name Position Notability Ref.
Henry J. Abraham James Hart Professor of Government Emeritus An American scholar on the judiciary and constitutional law; Author of 13 books, most in multiple editions, and more than 100 articles on the U.S. Supreme Court, judicial appointments, judicial process, and civil rights and liberties. [18]
Dr. Larycia Hawkins Speaking in 2016.jpg Larycia Hawkins Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in Politics and Religious Studies First female African-American tenured professor at Wheaton College; Subject of a 2013 controversy after she donned hijab and claimed that Christians and Muslims worship the same God, which resulted in her departure from the college. [19]
Matthew Holden Henry L. and Grace M. Doherty Professor Emeritus of Politics Former President of the American Political Science Association, the Policy Studies Organization, and a Board Member of the Social Science Council; Specialist in executive politics and public administration and public policy; Former Commissioner of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Wisconsin Public Service Commission, and at least three federal advisory commissions dealing with energy and/or environment. [20]
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David C. Jordan
Professor Emeritus of International Relations and Comparative Politics United States Ambassador to Peru [21]
Jennifer Lawless.jpg Jennifer L. Lawless Commonwealth Professor of Politics;
Faculty Affiliate of the Batten School
Specialist in political ambition, campaigns and elections, and media and politics; former Director of the Women & Politics Institute; Democratic primary challenger in the 2006 Rhode Island 2nd Congressional District Representative race. [22]
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William B. Quandt
Professor Emeritus He previously served as senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at the Brookings Institution and as a member on the National Security Council in the Richard Nixon and Jimmy Carter administrations. He was actively involved in the negotiations that led to the Camp David Accords and the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty. His areas of expertise include Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Palestine, the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and U.S. foreign policy. [23]
Larry Sabato.jpg Larry Sabato Founder and Director of the Center for Politics;
University Professor of Politics
Rhodes Scholar and created by Sabato's Crystal Ball; Named the "most Quoted College Professor in the Land" by the Wall Street Journal [24]
James D. Savage Politics Professor;
Faculty Affiliate of the Batten School
Author and specialist in comparative budgetary, fiscal, and macroeconomic policy, with an emphasis on the United States, the European Union, Iraq, and Japan; Recipient of the 2013 Aaron B. Wildavsky Award for Lifetime Scholarly Achievement in budgeting and public financial management. [25]
Michael Signer, Mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia.jpg Michael Signer Lecturer Former mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia, an author, and attorney. [26]
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Jerry White
Professor of Practice;
Adjunct faculty of the Politics Department
CEO of Global Impact Strategies Inc. and the Co-Chair of Global Covenant Partners. He is known for co-leading high-impact campaigns including the historic International Campaign to Ban Landmines, co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He co-founded Survivor Corps, formerly Landmine Survivors Network, created by and for survivors to help victims of war rebuild their lives; His position at the university is "reserved for distinguished professionals who have been recognized nationally or internationally for contributions to their field." [27]
Stephen K. White James Hart Professor Emeritus of Politics Specialist in critical social and political theory, philosophy of social science, and continental political thought. He has contributed to several scholarly works on Jürgen Habermas, including The Cambridge Companion to Habermas, which he edited. He is also a past editor of the journal Political Theory. [28]
Brantly Womack Cumming Memorial Professor of Foreign Affairs Fulbright Scholar and author; Specialist in asymmetric international relationships, the relationship of public authority and popular power in China, provincial diversification in China, domestic politics and foreign policy of Vietnam, and China's relations with Southeast Asia. [29]

Psychology

Name Position Notability Ref.
John Bonvillian
(1948--2018)
Professor Emeritus of Psychology;
Linguistics Professor
Developmental psycholinguist and pioneer in the field of augmentative and alternative communication, who worked on developing a simplified sign language that non-speaking children with disabilities, including autism, could easily learn; He was instrumental in getting the American Sign Language program established at UVA. [30]
Robert E. Emery Professor of Psychology
Director of the Center for Children, Families, and the Law
Specialist in topics related to family relationships, such as divorce and family violence, and their effects on children's mental health; Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, as well as of Divisions 12, 37, and 43 of the American Psychological Association. [31]
Angeline Stoll Lillard Professor of Psychology
Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions
Specialist in social and cognitive development [32]
Brian Nosek Professor of Psychology Specialist in the thoughts and feelings that occur outside of conscious awareness or control and how they influence perception, judgment, and action. [33]
Charlotte Patterson Professor of Psychology
Director of the Women, Gender & Sexuality Program
Specialist in the psychology of sexual orientation, with an emphasis on sexual orientation, human development, and family lives. [34]
Eric Turkheimer Hugh Scott Hamilton Professor of Psychology Specialist in how genes and environments shape the development of human behavior. [35]
Daniel T. Willingham Professor of Psychology
Director of Graduate Studies
Specialist in cognition related to K-12 education. [36]
Timothy Wilson Sherrell J. Aston Professor of Psychology Specialist in self-reflection, self-knowledge, social cognition, social psychological interventions, and affective forecasting; He is the author of two popular books on psychology, Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious and Redirect: The Surprising New Science of Psychological Change. [37]

Alumni

Space and land exploration

United States Supreme Court

Politics and diplomacy

Business

Science and technology

Writers and academics

Media

Actors, musicians, and artists

Athletics

Military

Religion

Environmentalism

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