List of University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee people

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This is a list of people who attended, or taught at, the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, including those who attended Milwaukee State Normal School, Wisconsin State Teacher’s College, Wisconsin State College–Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin-Extension Center in Milwaukee:

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Notable alumni

Academics

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Larry N. Vanderhoef, chancellor of University of California, Davis

Architecture and urban planning

Business

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Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation

Fine arts and pop culture

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Frank Caliendo, comedian and impressionist

Film, television and performing arts

Music

Visual arts

Journalism and public media

Literature

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Golda Meir, the fourth Prime Minister of Israel
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Luis E. Arreaga, United States Ambassador to Guatemala
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Alberto Fujimori, 90th President of Peru

Politics and government

Science and technology

Sports

Athletes

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Alan Kulwicki, NASCAR Winston Cup champion, inducted into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame

Coaches and referees

Others

Notable faculty

University chancellors

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