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NMJC Thunderbirds baseball players


NMJC Thunderbirds mens basketball players


New York State College of Ceramics alumni


Harpur College alumni


Binghamton University School of Management alumni


Dana-Ain Davis

Dana-Ain Davis is a professor of urban studies at Queens College, City University of New York and the Director of the Center for the Study of Women and Society.


Bronx Community College alumni


City College of New York alumni


Lehman College alumni


Medgar Evers College alumni


College of Staten Island alumni


Lois Blount

Lois Fitzhugh Foster, daughter of Fitzhugh and Willie Swann Foster, was born in Huntsville, Texas on May 24, 1896. A teacher, historian, librarian, and museum curator, she held a B. A. from University of Texas at Austin and an M.A. from Columbia ...


Daniel Blumenthal (engineer)


Blanche Hinman Dow

Blanche Hinman Dow was President of the American Association of University Women and was President of Cottey College, retiring in 1965 after serving for 16 years. Dow graduated from Smith College in 1913, continuing her education at Columbia Univ ...


John M. Pommersheim

Pommersheim earned a Bachelor of Arts from Bucknell University, Master of Arts from Columbia University, and studied at the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute on a Department of Defense scholarship.


Calixto Ortega Sanchez

Calixto Jose Ortega Sanchez is a Venezuelan engineer and diplomat who currently serves as the President of the Central Bank of Venezuela since 19 June 2018.


Columbia College (New York) alumni


Columbia University School of General Studies alumni


School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University alumni


Columbia University School of Library Service alumni


Columbia University College of Pharmacy alumni


Teachers College, Columbia University alumni


Clotilde Betances Jaeger

Clotilde Betances Jaeger was a feminist writer and journalist of New Yorks Puerto Rican intellectual community during the mid-twentieth century. She advocated for Hispanic womens rights. Once a teacher and a lifetime educational advocate, she pus ...


Vincent Cochrane

Vincent W. Cochrane was an American mycologist, whose research focused on the biochemistry and physiology of fungi. He is particularly known for his 1958 textbook, The Physiology of the Fungi.


Harold J. Conn

Harold Joel Conn was an American agricultural bacteriologist, known for his work on soil microbiology and bacterial staining techniques. He was one of the founders of the Biological Stain Commission and also founded their journal, Stain Technolog ...


Corwin D. Edwards

Edwards studied economics and graduated from the University of Missouri. He then went on a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University in England and earned his doctorate in 1928 in economics from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, with a disser ...


Andrea L. Graham

Andrea L. Graham is a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and the co-director of the Global Health Program at Princeton University. She works in the area of immunoparasitology to understand the relationship between host defense response ...


Wilbur R. LePage

Wilbur Reed LePage was an American professor and department chair of electrical and computer engineering at Syracuse University. He was the author of numerous textbooks, including Complex Variables and the Laplace Transform for Engineers and Appl ...


L. Arthur Minnich

L. Arthur Minnich was born in Lorain, Ohio, and graduated from Princeton University in 1940. After serving in the army during World War II he earned a doctorate in history from Cornell University and then taught history at Lafayette College from ...


Manuel Natal Albelo

Manuel Natal Albelo is a lawyer and a member of the 29th House of Representatives of Puerto Rico. Natal is currently an independent, previously affiliated with the Popular Democratic Party and was a legal advisor for Charlie Hernandez, another me ...


Puneet Talwar

Puneet Talwar is an American diplomat who served as the Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs from 2014 to November 2015. Talwar served as a top Middle East advisor to Barack Obama and played a central role in the backchanne ...


Leah Stokes

Leah C. Stokes is a Canadian political scientist and expert on environmental policy. She is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Stokes investigates the politics of energy and environmental p ...


Adrian Tinsley

Tinsley was an honors graduate of Bryn Mawr College 1958, psychology and earned a master’s degree from the University of Washington 1962 and a Ph.D. from Cornell University 1969, both English literature.


Cornell University School of Hotel Administration alumni


Cornell University College of Human Ecology alumni


Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations alumni


Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine alumni


William D. Griffin

William Denis Griffin was an American historian, author, and educator who specialized in Modern European History, particularly Anglo-Irish political and social history in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Irish history, and the revolutiona ...


Drew Heitzler

Heitzler was born in Charleston, South Carolina. He received his BA from Fordham University in New York City in 1993. Heitzler studied at the Slade School in London before receiving an MFA in studio art from Hunter College in New York in 2000. In ...


Marymount College, Tarrytown alumni


Geneva Medical College alumni


Tom Basile

Thomas J. Basile is an American businessman, political writer, and Republican politician in New York. He served in the George W. Bush administration in various capacities, including in Iraq, and was the Executive Director of the New York Republic ...


Marilyn Saviola

Marilyn E. Saviola was an American disability rights activist, executive director of the Center for the Independence of the Disabled in New York from 1983 to 1999, and vice president of Independence Care System after 2000. Saviola, a polio surviv ...


Southampton College alumni


List of Manhattan College people

Ryan Hall grappler – winner of The Ultimate Fighter season 22, professional mixed martial artist in the Ultimate Fighting Championship


Monroe Tribunes baseball players


Nassau Lions baseball players


Barbara A. Cornblatt

Barbara A. Cornblatt is Professor of Psychiatry and Molecular Medicine at Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine. She is known for her research on serious mental disorders, with a specific focus on psychosis and schizophrenia. Her efforts to find t ...


Sandra Gering

Sandra Gering is an American gallerist, curator, and art dealer specializing in modern and contemporary art. She currently owns and operates Sandra Gering Inc., located on the Upper East Side in New York City, NY. She is a proponent of conceptual ...


List of alumni of The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music

The following is a list of notable alumni of The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Members of this list have attended for at least one semester and are notable in their respective field in the music industry. * Designates did not comple ...

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