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List of Rice University people

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The list of Rice University people includes notable alumni, former students, faculty, and presidents of Rice University.

Alumni

The names of Distinguished Alumni Award recipients is available online[1] (the list is arranged alphabetically and includes recipients of other Rice University awards)

Selected Rice Alumni
Lance Berkman, MLB player
Howard Hughes, former aviator, engineer, industrialist, film producer and director
John Kline, U.S. Congressman
Alberto Gonzales, former U.S. Attorney General
Peggy Whitson, NASA astronaut

Academia

Arts and letters

Architecture

Film and television

History and journalism

Literature

Music

Visual art

Business

Government and politics

U.S. Cabinet Secretaries

U.S. Ambassadors

Other federal officials

U.S. Senators and Congressmen

Judges

Mayors

State and local officials

Other

Religion

Science and technology

Astronauts

NASA flight directors

Nobel laureates

Other sciences

Sports

Baseball

Basketball

Football

Other

Miscellaneous

Fictional

Faculty and staff

Nobel laureates

Other faculty

Staff

Presidents of Rice

  1. Edgar Odell Lovett (president founding to 1946)
  2. William V. Houston (president 1946–1961)
  3. Kenneth Pitzer (president 1961–1968)
  4. Norman Hackerman (president 1970–1985)
  5. George Rupp (president 1985–1993)
  6. Malcolm Gillis (president 1993–2004)
  7. David Leebron (president 2004 to present)

References

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  111. ^ John Heisman College Football Hall of Fame
  112. ^ Jess Neely College Football Hall of Fame