List of University of Maryland, College Park people

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The Maryland Agricultural College Class of 1912

This is a list of notable alumni, faculty, and benefactors of the University of Maryland, College Park.

Contents

Academia

Raymond Davis, Jr. (B.S., M.S.); 2002 Nobel Prize in Physics Raymond Davis, Jr 2001.jpg
Raymond Davis, Jr. (B.S., M.S.); 2002 Nobel Prize in Physics
Herbert Hauptman, Ph.D. Herbert Hauptman - UB 2009.jpg
Herbert Hauptman, Ph.D.

Nobel laureates

Arts and entertainment

Larry David (B.A. 1969), co-creator and producer of Seinfeld and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm Larry David at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival 2.jpg
Larry David (B.A. 1969), co-creator and producer of Seinfeld and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm
Jim Henson (B.S. 1960), creator of the Muppets Jim Henson (1989) headshot.jpg
Jim Henson (B.S. 1960), creator of the Muppets
David Simon (B.A. 1983), creator of The Wire and Homicide: Life on the Street and a MacArthur Fellow David Simon croped.jpg
David Simon (B.A. 1983), creator of The Wire and Homicide: Life on the Street and a MacArthur Fellow

Business

Sergey Brin (B.S. 1993), co-founder of Google Sergey Brin cropped.jpg
Sergey Brin (B.S. 1993), co-founder of Google
Carly Fiorina (MBA 1980), former CEO of Hewlett-Packard CarlyFiorina49416.jpeg
Carly Fiorina (MBA 1980), former CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Government and public policy

Presidents

Governors

Millard Tydings (B.S. 1910), long-serving U.S. Senator and namesake of the Tydings Committee Millardetydings.jpg
Millard Tydings (B.S. 1910), long-serving U.S. Senator and namesake of the Tydings Committee

Senators

Congressmen

Steny Hoyer (B.S. 1963, D.P.S. (Hon.) 1988), former United States House Majority Leader and current Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, official photo portrait, 2008.jpg
Steny Hoyer (B.S. 1963, D.P.S. (Hon.) 1988), former United States House Majority Leader and current Minority Whip

State legislators

Military personnel

Thomas R. Norris (B.S. 1967), Medal of Honor recipient Thomas Norris 2008.jpg
Thomas R. Norris (B.S. 1967), Medal of Honor recipient

International figures

Diplomats

Jurists

U.S. Government officials

Gordon R. England (B.S. 1961), former United States Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England portrait.jpg
Gordon R. England (B.S. 1961), former United States Deputy Secretary of Defense

Others

Journalism

Connie Chung (B.A. 1969), broadcast journalist and news anchor ConnieChungByPhilKonstantin.jpg
Connie Chung (B.A. 1969), broadcast journalist and news anchor

Pulitzer Prize

Carl Bernstein (attended), journalist who uncovered the Watergate scandal with Bob Woodward Carl bernstein 2007.jpg
Carl Bernstein (attended), journalist who uncovered the Watergate scandal with Bob Woodward

Literature

Joe Haldeman (B.S. 1967), author of The Forever War Joe Haldeman Finncon2007.jpg
Joe Haldeman (B.S. 1967), author of The Forever War
Jeff Kinney (B.A. 1993), author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series Jeff Kinney photo.jpg
Jeff Kinney (B.A. 1993), author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series

Science and technology

Charles Fefferman Charles Fefferman.jpg
Charles Fefferman
Vivek Kundra (B.S. 1996), first and current Chief Information Officer of the United States Vivek-kundra-2.jpg
Vivek Kundra (B.S. 1996), first and current Chief Information Officer of the United States
Judith Resnik Judith A. Resnik, official portrait (cropped).jpg
Judith Resnik

Sports

Baseball

Men's basketball

Players
Joe Smith (attended 1993-95), 1995 Naismith College Player of the Year, and No. 1 pick of that season's NBA draft Joe Smith Cavs.jpg
Joe Smith (attended 1993–95), 1995 Naismith College Player of the Year, and No. 1 pick of that season's NBA draft
Coaches

Football

Players
Boomer Esiason (B.A. 1984), quarterback who led the Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII Boomer Esiason at Super Bowl XLI pre-game show in Miami.jpg
Boomer Esiason (B.A. 1984), quarterback who led the Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII
Adam Podlesh, Pittsburgh Steelers Adam Podlesh.JPG
Adam Podlesh, Pittsburgh Steelers
Quarterback Jack Scarbath (B.S. 1954) finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1952. Jack Scarbath pose.jpg
Quarterback Jack Scarbath (B.S. 1954) finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1952.
Coaches

Lacrosse

Soccer

Zac MacMath Zac MacMath 2012 Philadelphia Union.jpg
Zac MacMath
Taylor Twellman (attended 1998-1999), 2005 Major League Soccer MVP TaylorTwellman 2006 MLS Cup.jpg
Taylor Twellman (attended 1998–1999), 2005 Major League Soccer MVP

Track and field

Other

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Shay Doron

Miscellaneous

Faculty

Professor Juan Ramon Jimenez won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1956 JRJimenez.JPG
Professor Juan Ramón Jiménez won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1956

The following individuals serve or served on the University of Maryland faculty, but are not necessarily alumni.


Benefactors

This list is intended to capture the notable benefactors and other people connected with the University of Maryland, College Park, but who were not alumni, unless noted with a year of graduation.

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