We change men who change the world. DU is proud of our brothers who have made great strides in their professions and in the world.


Stephen Johnson Field, Williams 1837
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the U.S.

Daniel Bigelow, Union 1846
Pioneer lawyer, judge & legislator in Washington Territory

James A. Garfield, Williams 1856
Second fraternity man to become President of the U.S.

Justin Smith Morrill, Middlebury 1860
U.S. Senator from Vermont; author of the Morrill Act

William H. H. Miller, Hamilton 1861
United States Attorney General

Daniel S. Lamont, Union 1872
United States Secretary of War

George W. Goethals, Manhattan 1877
U.S. Army general, chief engineer during the building of the Panama Canal

Otto M. Eidlitz, Cornell 1881
Contractor and civic investigator

Charles Evans Hughes, Colgate and Brown 1881
Governor of New York, U.S. Secretary of State, Chief Justice of the U.S.

Charles G. Dawes, Marietta 1884
VP of the U.S., U.S Ambassador to the UK; Nobel Peace Prize laureate

Arthur M. Hyde, Michigan 1899
United States Secretary of Agriculture

William B. Greeley, Stanford & California 1901
Chief Forester of the U.S. Forest Service

Redfield Proctor, Jr., Technology 1902
Governor of Vermont, US Representative.

Arthur H. Vandenberg, Michigan 1904
United States Senator from Michigan

J. Arthur Clark, Toronto 1906
President of the Canadian Bar Association

Robert H. Lord, Harvard and Northwestern 1906
adviser at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919

Amos J. Peaslee, Swarthmore 1907
United States Ambassador to Australia

Joyce Kilmer, Rutgers 1908
(did not graduate), poet, journalist, editor, soldier.

Warren Randolph Burgess, Brown 1912
U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO

Joseph P. Kennedy, Harvard 1912
Ambassador to Great Britain, Kennedy family patriarch

James B. Conlan, Harvard 1913
Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany

Paul Douglas, Bowdoin 1913
United States Senator from Illinois

Sumner T. Pike, Bowdoin 1913
President of the Atomic Energy Commission

John L. Keddy, Hamilton 1915
Curator of the Smithsonian Institution

Samuel C. Waugh, Nebraska 1915
Asst. Secretary of State for Economic Affairs at the U.S. Department of State

Matthew W. Hill, Washington 1917
Chief Justice, Washington State Supreme Court

Kenneth B. Keating, Rochester 1919
U.S. Senator, New York; Ambassador to India; Ambassador to Israel; Brigadier General, U.S. Army

Lester B. Pearson, Toronto 1919
Prime Minister of Canada and President of the United Nations General Assembly; Nobel Prize winner for Peace

David E. Lilienthal, DePauw 1920
President of the Atomic Energy Commission

Herbert Brownell, Nebraska 1924
United States Attorney General

Clifford P. Case, Rutgers 1925
Senator from New Jersey

Francis H. Russell, Tufts 1926
United States Ambassador to Indonesia

General David M. Shoup, DePauw 1926
Commandant of the Marine Corps, Medal of Honor recipient

John M. Matthias, Ohio State 1928
Justice, Ohio Supreme Court

Frank R. Kenison, Dartmouth 1929
Chief Justice, New Hampshire Supreme Court

Winston L. Prouty, Lafayette 1930
Senator - Vermont

Foy D. Kohler, Ohio State 1931
Ambassador to the USSR

William H. Avery, Kansas 1934
Governor, State of Kansas

Robert T. Stafford, Middlebury 1935
US Congressman and Senator, Vermont

Hugh Ellsworth Rodham, Pennsylvania State 1935
Father of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton

Joseph L. Fisher, Technology 1935
US Congressman, Virginia

George R. Hunter, Manitoba 1937
Member of Parliament

C. William O'Neill, Marietta and Ohio State 1938
Governor, State of Ohio

John P. Robarts, Western Ontario 1939
Premier, Province of Ontario, Canada

George Welch (pilot), Purdue 1941
Shot down the first Japanese aircraft of the Pacific War on Dec 7, 1941. WWII triple air ace in three different fighter aircraft.

F. Ray Keyser, Jr., Tufts 1950
Governor, State of Vermont

Dr. G. William Whitehurst, Washington & Lee 1950
US Congressman from Virginia

William H. Brown, Jr., Swarthmore 1951
Parliamentarian, United States House of Representatives

John Bertrand Conlan, Northwestern 1951
US Congressman, Arizona

Alan J. Dixon, Illinois 1951
Senator - Illinois

E. Peter Lougheed, Alberta 1952
Premier, Province of Alberta, Canada

Robert P. Hanrahan, Bowling Green 1956
US Congressman, Illinois

Ronald A. Irwin, Western Ontario 1957
Minister of Indian Affairs

Thomas E. Morgan, Lafayette 1958
US Congressman, Pennsylvania

John S. Herrington, Stanford 1961
US Energy Secretary

N. Lloyd Axworthy, Manitoba 1963
Member of Parliament, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Michael D. Barnes, North Carolina 1965
US Congressman, Maryland

Angus S. King, Jr., Dartmouth 1966
Former Governor of the State of Maine and current U.S. Senator

Anthony J. Moffat, Jr., Syracuse 1966
US Congressman, Connecticut

Paul R. Ford, Middlebury 1967
Director of Amnesty International

Tommy Franks, Texas 1967
U.S Army general, commander of U.S. Central Command,

Robert B. Reich, Dartmouth 1968
Former United States Secretary of Labor

Les Aspin, Marquette 1970
U.S. Rep. from Wisconsin's 1st congressional district, U.S. Secretary of Defense

Chuck Poochigian, Fresno 1972
California State Senator (14th District)

Thomas J. Vilsack, Hamilton 1972
Governor of Iowa and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture from 2009-2017

John J. Danilovich, Stanford 1972
United States Ambassador to Costa Rica

Tom Riley, Stanford 1972
United States Ambassador to Morocco

Juan Manuel Santos, Kansas 1973
President of Colombia, 2016 Nobel Peace Prize recipient

Danny Rehberg, Washington State 1977
U.S. Representative from Montana's at-large congressional district

William H. Long, Missouri 1977
U.S. Representative from Missouri's 7th congressional district.

Steve Stivers, Ohio State 1988
U.S. Representative for Ohio's 15th congressional district.


Jack Coombs, Colby 1906
World Series pitcher with the Philadelphia A's

Ralph N. Good, Colby 1910
Major League Baseball player, Boston Nationals

Billy Foulds, Toronto 1911
Canadian Football League - Quarterback, Coach, Hall of Fame

Frank S. McGill, McGill 1915
Member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame

Kenneth L. "Tug" Wilson, Illinois 1920
Chairman US Olympic Committee

Sam Barry, Iowa 1926
Founder New York Knicks, NBA Hall of Fame coach

Ned Irish, Pennsylvania 1928
NBA Hall of Famer

Don A. Veller, Indiana 1935
Former head football and golf coach at Florida State University

Andrew Currie, Manitoba 1935
Professional football player - Regina Roughriders, Canadian Football League Hall of Famer

Leland MacPhail, Swarthmore 1939
President, National League Baseball and GM of the New York Yankees

Hugh Gallarneau, Stanford 1941
Professional football player - Chicago Bears

Horace Ashenfelter, Penn State 1949
1952 Olympic gold medalist (steeplechase)

Frank R. Burns, Rutgers 1949
Head football coach, Rutgers University

Darrell Royal, Oklahoma 1950
Head football coach, University of Texas

Harvey Kuenn, Wisconsin 1954
Baseball player and manager

Michael White, California 1957
NFL Coach

Lou Holtz, Kent State 1958
Head football coach, University of South Carolina, NCAA Football National Champion as Coach of Notre Dame in 1988

Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose 1959
Organizer of the 1984 Summer Olympics and Commissioner of Major League Baseball

Theodore R. Boehm, Brown 1960
Chairman, 1987 Pan Am Games organizing committee

Neil R. Austrian, Swarthmore 1960
Former president and COO of the NFL

Fred Arbanas, Michigan State 1961
Football player - Dallas Texans (AFL) and Kansas City Chiefs

Galen Hall, Penn State 1962
Former head football coach, University of Florida

Paul Flatley, Northwestern 1963
Professional football player - Minnesota Vikings

Pete Gogolak, Cornell 1964
Professional football player - New York Giants

Clark Graebner, Northwestern 1965
Professional tennis player

James D. Rodgers, Iowa 1965
Head coach - Boston Celtics

Steven Solomon, Tufts 1965
Former President/COO of the National Hockey League

Jim Boeheim, Jr., Syracuse 1966
Head coach, Syracuse basketball

Rick Venturi, Northwestern 1968
NFL coach

Bruce Coslet, Pacific 1968
NFL coach

Thurman Munson, Kent State 1969
Professional baseball player, New York Yankees

Ed Molstad, Alberta 1970
Professional football player, Edmonton (CFL)

John J. Ebersole, Penn State 1970
Professional football player, New York Jets

Rodney "Pete" Watson, Tufts 1972
Professional football player, Cincinnati Bengals

James H. Sundberg, Iowa 1973
Professional baseball player, Texas Rangers

Richard W. "Rick" Sund, Northwestern 1973
NBA executive

Randolph C. Gradishar, Ohio State 1974
Professional football player, Denver Broncos

Mark van Eeghen, Colgate 1974
Professional football player, Oakland Raiders

Randy Gregg, Alberta 1975
NHL defenseman on five Stanley Cup Championships

Marty Akins, Texas 1976

Mick Luckhurst, California 1979
NFL placekicker

Paul Mokeski, Kansas 1979
NBA center

Craig Bolerjack, Kansas State 1980
CBS sportscaster

Dino Mangiero, Rutgers 1980
Professional Football player - Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots

Thomas W. Darling, Syracuse 1981
Silver medal in crew, '84 Olympics and crew member, Stars and Stripes, winner of the America's Cup

Ken Margerum, Stanford 1981
NFL Receiver

Chad Little, Washington State 1985
NASCAR Driver and Commentator

Tom Burgess, Colgate 1986
Professional football player - Ottawa, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg (CFL)

James A. Les, Bradley 1986
Professional basketball player

Craig Kelly, Washington 1987
Professional Snowboarder, Four Time World Champion, Three Time US Champion, Godfather of Freeriding

Mike Withycombe, Fresno 1988
Professional football player - New York Giants, New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers

Jimmy Ball, Arlington 1990
BMX Cycler - 1991 Silver Medal, Pepsi Games of Texas, Two-time U.S. Gold Cup Champion, Four-time Texas State Champion, ABA World #6 ('95) and #4 ('99), Over 25 career National Main Event victories

Matt Daley, Bucknell 2004
Professional baseball player, Colorado Rockies and New York Yankees

Jason "Kernel" Kurtzman, Hamilton 2005
National Football League Punter 2006 Appeared in three games with the N.F.L.'s Detroit Lions.

Will Rackley, Lehigh 2011
Professional football player, Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars


David Starr Jordan, Cornell 1872
First President of Stanford University

William H. P. Faunce, Brown 1880
President of Brown University

Fenton W. Booth, DePauw 1892
Dean of Howard Law School, Chief Justice of the United States Court of Claims

Harry Emerson Fosdick, Colgate 1900
Theologian, author, educator

James B. Conant, Harvard 1914
President of Harvard

Homer W. Davis, Hamilton 1916
President of Athens College, Athens, Greece

George W. Haskins, Purdue 1916
Created the Purdue School of Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautical Engineering.

John C. Warner, Indiana 1919
President, Carnegie Institute of Technology

David Frohnmayer, Oregon 1940
President of the University of Oregon

Dr. Phillip R. Shriver, Kent State 1949
President Emeritus, Miami University

David B. Weldon, Western Ontario 1947
Former Chancellor of UWO (1984-88), Philanthropist, Namesake of D.B. Weldon Library

Dr. Gordon P. Eaton, Wesleyan 1951
President, Iowa State University

Dr. Richard A. Kenyon, Clarkson 1954
President, Tri-State University

C.B. "Bud" Johnston, Western Ontario 1954
Former Dean (1978-89)

Stanley O. Ikenberry, Illinois 1956
Chancellor and President, University of Illinois System

Dr. James B. Holderman, Denison 1958
President, University of South Carolina

Dr. Paul J. Olscamp, Western Ontario 1958
President of Bowling Green State University

Dr. Arthur K. Smith, Jr., Houston 1959
former Chancellor of the University of Houston System and President of the University of Houston

Dr. John E. Brown, Kansas 1961
President of Coe College

Edward C. Prescott, Swarthmore 1962
American Economist, Winner of Nobel Prize in Economics 2004, Professor at ASU's W.P. Carey School of Business

Dr. William H. Mobley, Denison 1963
President, Texas A&M University

William R. Brody, Technology 1965
President, Johns Hopkins University

Bro. Dr. Craig J. Franz, FSC, Bucknell 1975
President, St. Mary's College of California

Dr. Will S. Keim, Pacific 1975
Noted motivational speaker and author

Melvin A. Eggers, Syracuse 1976
Chancellor of Syracuse University

John Delaney, University of Florida 1977
Former mayor of Jacksonville, Florida, current president of the University of North Florida

Dr. Richard M. Cyert, Carnegie 1986
President of Carnegie-Mellon University

Selamawi Asgedom, Harvard 1999
Noted motivational speaker and author

David C. Broski, Bradley 2001
President of Bradley University


Harry Carey, New York 1902
Early western movie actor

Edgar Bergen, Northwestern 1927
Ventriloquist and entertainer

Donald Wright, Western Ontario 1933
Composer, Music Educator, Philanthropist, Namesake of the Don Wright Faculty of Music at UWO, Member of the Mustangs Track & Field Hall of Fame

George A. "Banana George" Blair, Miami 1937
Champion barefoot water-skier, businessman, entertainer

Anthony H. Sargent, Washington and Lee 1955
News correspondent, CBS News

Noel Stookey, Michigan State 1955
Folk singer and composer, "Paul" of Peter, Paul and Mary

Ronald H. Husmann, Northwestern 1959
Broadway and screen actor and producer

Richard Threlkeld, Ripon 1960
ABC news correspondent

John H. Davidson, Denison 1963
Actor, singer and comedian

Alan Thicke, Western Ontario 1967
Actor and songwriter

Stephen R. Walker, Iowa State 1984
Host of "The Pet Department" - FOX TV

Jonathan M. Frankel, Syracuse 1986
News correspondent - NBC

Robert B. Krug, Indiana 1988
Session man in Nashville

Jason Lewis, San Diego 1993
Actor, Model

Jonathan Buss, Bradley 1994
Emmy Award Winning Director for an HBO Short Film

Pete Yorn, Syracuse 1996
Singer, Songwriter

Literature and publishing

William Bross, Williams 1838
Editor - Chicago Tribune

Rossiter Johnson, Rochester 1863
Historian and novelist

Rupert Hughes, Western Reserve 1892
Historian and novelist

Stephen Crane, Lafayette and Syracuse 1894
Journalist and author; Red Badge of Courage

Joyce Kilmer, Rutgers 1909
Poet and battlefield reporter

Leland Stowe, Wesleyan 1921
Columnist and 1930 Pulitzer Prize winner

Hedley W. Donovan, Minnesota 1934
Editor-in chief of TIME Magazine

Drew Middleton, Syracuse 1934
Syndicated columnist and London correspondent, The New York Times

Robert Letts Jones, Stanford 1935
President of Copley Newspapers

Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell 1938
Publisher of the Kiplinger Letter

Dwight E. Sargent, Colby 1939
Editorialist and Editor, New York Herald Tribune

Heywood Hale Broun, Swarthmore 1940
Editorialist and author

Donal Dinwiddle, Virginia 1940
Editor-in-chief, Popular Mechanics Publishing Company

Buert R. Servaas, Indiana 1941
President, The Saturday Evening Post

Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Cornell 1944
Editorialist and author

Richard F. McLoughlin, DePauw 1950
President of Reader's Digest

Donald Axinn, Middlebury 1951
Poet and author

Robert S. Phillips, Syracuse 1960
Poet and author

Richard Threlkeld, Ripon 1960
Broadcast journalist for ABC and CBS

Lynn D. W. Luckow, North Dakota 1971
President & CEO of Jossey-Bass Publishers

Richard A. Moran, Rutgers 1972

Joseph P. Turton, Denison 1994
Author - My Freshman Manual


Alexander D. Noyes, Amherst 1883
Financial editor of the New York Times

Alfred P. Sloan, Technology 1895
Chairman of the board - General Motors

Wallace T. Holliday, Western Reserve 1905
President of Standard Oil of Ohio

William A. Mather, McGill 1908
President of Canadian Pacific Railway

Clarence Francis, Amherst 1910
President of General Foods

Albert W. Hughes, Colgate 1911
President of J.C. Penney

Thomas B. McCabe, Swarthmore 1915
President of Scott Paper and chairman of the Federal Reserve Board

Winthorp H. Smith, Amherst 1916
Co-founder of Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Smith

David Burpee, Cornell 1917
President of Burpee Seed Company

Morse G. Dial, Cornell 1919
Chairman of Union Carbide

Edward P. Taylor, McGill 1922
Chairman of Canadian Breweries and President of the Argus Corp.

William E. Robinson, New York 1923
Chairman of Coca-Cola Company

James S. Schoff, Rochester 1923
Chairman of Bloomingdale's Department Stores

Nelson Schaenan, Sr., Cornell 1923
Chairman of Smith Barney & Company

Arnold Bernhard, Williams 1925
Founder of the investment news organization ValueLine

Charles F. White, Bucknell 1925
President of M&M Candy Company

Leslie M. Cassidy, Pennsylvania 1926
Chairman and CEO of Johns-Manville

Earl B. Hathaway, Northwestern 1927
President of Firestone Tire and Rubber Company

Trevor F. Moore, Toronto 1928
Vice President - Imperial Oil of Canada

James S. McDonnell, Technology 1929
Chairman of McDonnell-Douglas

Arthur V. Danner, Indiana 1930
President of Mobil Petroleum Company

Leonard E. Root, Pacific 1932
President of Lockheed Missiles and Space Co.

Edward W. Carter, UCLA 1932
Chairman emeritus, Carter, Hawley, Hale (Nieman-Marcus, WaldenBooks)

Dwane L. Wallace, Wichita 1933
Chairman of Cessna Aircraft Co.

Semon E. Knudsen, Technology 1936
President of Ford Motor Company

David M. Chenoweth, McGill 1938
Director and executive vice president of Molson Breweries, Ltd.

Edward G. Harness, Marietta 1940
CEO of Procter & Gamble

Walter A. Fallon, Union 1940
President and CEO of Eastman Kodak

Charles L. Brown, Virginia 1943
Chairman AT&T

H. James Avery, Illinois 1944
Founder and CEO of James Avery Craftsman, Inc.

Richard M. Ivey, Western Ontario 1947
President of Alcore Investments, Philanthropist, Former Chancellor of UWO (1980-84), Companion of the Order of Canada

L. Gordon McGovern, Brown 1948
Chairman of Campbell Soup

Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins 1949
CEO of Avery Dennison

John W. Amerman, Dartmouth 1953
Chairman and CEO of Mattel International

Thomas Perkins, MIT 1953
prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist and founding partner, Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers. Serves on the board of directors for News Corp. He owns The Maltese Falcon (yacht) - the world's largest privately owned sailing yacht

Richard P. Simmions, Technology 1953
Chairman of Allegheny Ludlum Steel

Maurice Mandel, Chicago 1955
Investment Banker and former Financial Manager of the Delta Upsilon Education Fund

William M. Crossin, Toronto 1955
President of Merle Norman Cosmetics

William G. Davidson, Wisconsin 1955
Executive VP of Harley-Davidson, (Grandson of Founder) - '99 Inductee of Motorcycle Hall of Fame

John P. Morgridge, Wisconsin 1955
President and CEO of Cisco Systems, Inc.

Martin Krasnitz, Chicago 1957
CEO of Singer Corporation

John W. Rogers, Miami 1957
Chairman and CEO of United Parcel Service

Lawrence D. Downing, Iowa State 1958
President of the Sierra Club

James McQuaid, Chicago 1960
President of Delta Upsilon International from 1994-2000 and successful businessman

Neil Austrian, Swarthmore 1961
Chairman of

Gerald T. Aaron, Wichita 1963
President of Pizza Hut

Michael D. Eisner, Denison 1964
Chairman and CEO of Walt Disney Co.

Michael McConnell, Tufts 1965
CEO of Brown Brothers Harriman investment bank in New York City

Steve Rowley, Ohio 1965
President of DAY-TIMERS, Inc.

Michael R. Hallman, Michigan 1967
Past President and Chief Operating Officer of Microsoft, past President & CIO of Boeing Computer Services, past Vice President of Field Operations for IBM. Brother Hallman currently serves on the boards of directors of Intuit, InFocus Corporation, NetApp Corporation, and two wholly owned subsidiaries of Fujitsu Ltd.

Thomas Stallkamp, Miami 1968
President of DaimlerChrysler Corporation

John Bello, Tufts 1968
Founder of SOBE Beverage Company, President of NFL Properties from 1986-93

John H. Eyler, Jr., Washington 1969
President and CEO of FAO Schwartz

Cem Kozlu, Denison University 1969
Former CEO of Turkish Airlines and Coca Cola Euroasia

Miles G. Bryant, III, Arlington 1970
President and General Director of Chrysler of Mexico

David Diesslin, Indiana 1970
CFO and Founder Diesslin and Associates in Dallas Fort Worth. David has been recognized as 'One Of The Best Financial Advisors' in Worth Magazine

Mark O. Stutrud, North Dakota 1974
Founder and President of Summit Brewing Co.

David C. Novak, Missouri 1974
Chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands Inc., former COO at the Pepsi-Cola Company.

Chase Carey, Colgate 1976
Current CEO and Executive Chairman of Formula One racing. Former President and CEO of DirecTV. Chase is also on the Board of Directors for News Corp.

Robert Rowling, Texas 1976
Founder of TRT Holdings, the holding company of Omni Hotels and Gold's Gym.

John Thain, MIT 1977
Current CEO Merrill Lynch & Co. Former President and COO of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.; former CEO of NYSE.

Paul Edgerley, Kansas State 1978
Member of senior leadership for Bain Capital

Mike Goss, Kansas State 1981
CFO for Conde Nast. Past Executive Vice President and CFO at Sotheby's and past CFO and COO for Bain Capital.

Wayne Goldberg, Louisville 1983
Former CEO of La Quinta hotels

Brett Channer, Western Ontario 1986
President and Chief Creative Officer of Red Lion Canada

John ConnaughtonVirginia 1987
Co-Managing Partner at Bain Capital. 

Dan Nye, Hamilton College 1988
President and CEO of

Douglas Lebda, Bucknell 1992
Founder and CEO of

Greg Skibiski, Bucknell 1996
Former CEO & Chairman of Sense Networks

Science and technology

Thomas (T.A.) Russell, Toronto 1899
General manager for Russell Motor Car Company

Charles F. Kettering, Ohio State 1904
Inventor and philanthropist

Laurens Hammond, Cornell 1916
Inventor of the pipeless organ

Arnold O. Beckman, Illinois 1922
Inventor of the pH meter and founder of Beckman Instruments

Linus C. Pauling, Oregon State 1922
Winner of two Nobel Prizes ; chemistry and peace

Dr. Christian B. Anfinsen, Swarthmore 1937
Nobel Prize winner for chemistry

Henry Rowan, Technology 1945
Engineer, founder of Inductotherm Corp.

Dr. William C. Dement, Washington 1949
Pioneer in sleep research, discovered and named REM sleep, author of many books on sleep, founder of the National Sleep Foundation, and a long time professor at Stanford University where he established one of the first university sleep laboratories.

Dr. Augustus A. White, III, Brown 1957
Chief Surgeon of Orthopedics at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston

Dr. Robert Cade, Texas
Inventor of Gatorade, Professor at the University of Florida

Col. Frederick H. Hauck, Tufts 1962
NASA astronaut

Don Francis, California 1966
Discovered link between HIV virus and AIDS, subject of And the Band Played On.

Brewster H. Shaw, Wisconsin 1967
NASA astronaut

Terry Hart, Lehigh 1968
NASA astronaut

Lee Nordan, Tufts 1968
Prominent eye surgeon in San Diego and a pioneer in LASIK Surgery and radial keratotomy

Dr. Peter J. Fowler, Western Ontario 1960
Accomplished Orthopedic Surgeon, Namesake of the Fowler-Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic at UWO, Mustangs Swimming Star