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The following is a partial list of notable Brown University people, known as Brunonians.[1] It includes alumni, professors, and others associated with Brown University and Pembroke College (Brown University), the former women's college of Brown. For alumni of the Rhode Island School of Design, see List of Rhode Island School of Design people.

Notable Brown alumni[edit]

Note: "Class of" is used to denote the graduation class of individuals who attended Brown, but did not or have not graduated. When just the graduation year is noted, it is because it has not yet been determined which degree the individual earned.

Academia[edit]

Academic administrators[edit]

Applied sciences[edit]

Economics and management[edit]

Formal sciences[edit]

Humanities[edit]

Law[edit]

Medicine and public health[edit]

Natural sciences[edit]

Social sciences[edit]

Others[edit]

Science, technology and innovation[edit]

Government, law and public policy[edit]

Governors[edit]

Legislators[edit]

United States senators[edit]
Members of the United States House of Representatives[edit]
State legislators[edit]

Mayors[edit]

Diplomats[edit]

Advisors[edit]

International politicians[edit]

Activists[edit]

Jurists[edit]

Business[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Literature[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Military[edit]

Performing arts[edit]

Music[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Theater[edit]

Religion and theology[edit]

Royalty and nobility[edit]

Visual arts[edit]

Design[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Football[edit]

Olympics[edit]

  • Igor Boraska (1995) – Croatian rower, Olympic bronze (2000) medal in the eights competition
  • Charles Thomas Butler (1955) – American bobsledder, Olympic bronze (1956) medal in the four-man
  • Dick Dreissigacker (1969) – American rower, competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics
  • Pam Dreyer (2003) – American ice hockey player, Olympic bronze (2006) medal in the women's tournament
  • Lauren Gibbs (2006) – American bobsledder, Olympic silver (2018) medalist in women's doubles bobsled
  • Tessa Gobbo (2013) – American rower, Olympic gold (2016) medalist in women's coxed eight rowing
  • Kim Insalaco (2003) – American ice hockey player, Olympic bronze (2006) medal in the women's tournament
  • Helen Johns Carroll (A.B. 1936) – American freestyle swimmer, Olympic gold (1932) medalist
  • Kathleen Kauth (2001) – American ice hockey player, Olympic bronze (2006) medalist
  • Becky Kellar-Duke (1997) – Canadian ice hockey player, Olympic gold (2002, 2006, 2010) and silver (1998) medalist
  • Katie King (1997) – American ice hockey player, Olympic gold (1998), silver (2002), and bronze (2006) medalist
  • Tara Mounsey (Sc.B. 2001) – American ice hockey player, Olympic gold (1998) and silver (2002) medalist
  • Xeno Müller (2002) – Swiss rower, Olympic gold (1996) and silver (2000) medalist in the single scull
  • Albina Osipowich (A.B. 1933) – American freestyle swimmer, Olympic gold (1928) medals in the 100-meter freestyle and 4×100-meter freestyle
  • Ted Patton (1988) – American rower, Olympic bronze (1988)
  • Jimmy Pedro (A.B. 1994) – most decorated American male judo athlete; Judo World Champion (1999); two-time Olympic bronze medalist (1996, 2004)
  • Alicia Sacramone (2010) – American gymnast, Olympic gold (2008) medal in the women's artistic team all-around
  • Nikola Stojić (1997) – Serbian rower, competed in four consecutive Summer Olympics (2000, 2004, 2008, 2012)
  • Norman Taber (1913) – American runner, Olympic gold (1912) medal in the 3000m relay
  • Evan Weinstock (1914) – American bobsledder, competed at the 2018 Winter Olympics
  • John Welchli (1950) – American rower, Olympic silver (1956)
  • Anna Willard (2006) – 2008 Olympic qualifier in 3000m steeplechase, American record holder in 3000m steeplechase[253]
  • Joanna Zeiger (1992) – fourth in inaugural Olympic Women's Triathlon, 2000 Summer Olympics, Sydney; Olympic trial qualifier in marathon, triathlon and swimming; world champion in triathlon

Other sports[edit]

Colonial Era Brown graduates (1769–1783)[edit]

Unclassified[edit]

Notable faculty (current and former)[edit]

Presidents of Brown University[edit]

References[edit]

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