List of Drexel University alumni
Drexel University is a private university located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The 16th largest private university in the nation, Drexel is made up of nine colleges and four schools, most of which serve both undergraduate and graduate students. It offers 96 undergraduate degree programs, 88 master's programs, and 35 doctoral programs. Drexel was founded as a technical school in 1891 for the "improvement of industrial education as a means of opening better and wider avenues of employment to young men and women." Drexel began awarding undergraduate degrees in 1914, starting with the Bachelor of Science in engineering; before that, Drexel granted certificates or diplomas in the field of enrollment. In 1931, Drexel began offering graduate degrees through the School of Home Economics.
Since its founding the university has graduated over 100,000 alumni. Certificate-earning alumni such as artist Violet Oakley and illustrator Frank Schoonover reflect the early emphasis on art as part of the university's curriculum. With World War II, the university's technical programs swelled, and as a result Drexel graduated alumni such as Paul Baran, one of the founding fathers of the Internet and one of the inventors of the packet switching network, and Norman Joseph Woodland the inventor of barcode technology. In addition to its emphasis on technology Drexel has graduated several notable athletes such as National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball players Michael Anderson and Malik Rose, and several notable business people such as Raj Gupta, former President and Chief executive officer (CEO) of Rohm and Haas, and Kenneth C. Dahlberg, former CEO of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
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Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Ramani Ayer1973PhD Former CEO of The Hartford Financial Services  Albert Boscov1952— CEO of Boscov's  John C. Browne1965BS Former Director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory  Kenneth C. Dahlberg1967BS Former CEO of SAIC and previously Executive Vice President of General Dynamics  Ranjan Dash2006MBA Founder and CEO of Y-Carbon  Elaine Garzarelli19691977BSMBA Financial analyst credited with predicting Black Monday, the stock market crash of 1987  Raj Gupta1972MBA Former President and CEO of Rohm and Haas  Bennett S. LeBow1960BS Former CEO and Chairman of the Board of Borders Group and Chairman of the Board of Vector Group  Jiang Mianheng1991PhD Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and co-founder of Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation  Steven Snyder1976BS Former CEO of Net Perceptions 
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Juan M. Arellano1911Cert Filipino architect who designed the Manila Metropolitan Theater  Douglas Ellington1912Cert American architect known for his work in the Art Deco style and the first American to win the Rougevin prize  Rudolph Weaver19051919CertBS American architect, founding dean of three architecture schools and official architect for two universities and one state system of three universities 
Arts and entertainment
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Chuck Barris1953BS Entertainer; creator of The Gong Show  Howard Benson1980BS Grammy Award nominated music producer  David Kresh1966MS Poet and reference specialist at the Library of Congress  Elizabeth McCracken1997MS Author of Here's Your Hat What's Your Hurry and professor of creative writing at the University of Texas at Austin  Chris McKendry1990BS ESPN anchor and journalist  Pat Munday1978BS Author, professor, and environmentalist  Violet Oakley1948— Artist and the first woman to receive the Gold Medal of Honor from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts  Maxfield Parrish1895Cert Early twentieth century artist whose works included illustrating Mother Goose in Prose and Collier's Weekly  Meinhardt Raabe1970MBA Actor, known for his role as the Munchkin coroner in The Wizard of Oz  Frank Schoonover1900Cert Illustrator for Hopalong Cassidy stories as well as the book A Princess of Mars  Susan Seidelman1973BS Filmmaker whose film Smithereens was the first American independent film invited to compete at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival  Cameron Snyder1941— Sportswriter, Dick McCann Memorial Award winner  Sarah Stolfa2005BS Photographer, won The New York Times Photography Contest for College Students in 2004  Corinne Trang2003BS Award-winning author of several Asian themed cookbooks  Jack Wall1986BS Video game music composer  Stephen M. Wolownik1989MS Pioneer in the Russian and Eastern European music community in the United States 
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Michael Behe1974BS Biochemist, professor, leading proponent of intelligent design, and a senior fellow of the Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture  George Campbell Jr.1968BS President of the Cooper Union  Albert Carnesale1961MS Former Chancellor of the University of California, Los Angeles and former Provost of Harvard University  Robert Croneberger1962MS Librarian, one of American Libraries' "100 of the Most Important Leaders We Had in the 20th Century"  Eli Fromm19621964BSMS Gordon Prize winning research professor of engineering at Drexel University  Raphael Carl Lee1975MS Professor at the University of Chicago, surgeon, and 1981 MacArthur Fellow  Peter J. Liacouras1953BS Former President and current Chancellor of Temple University  Celestino Pennoni19631966BSMS Former interim President of Drexel University from 1994–1995 and 2009–2010  Alia Sabur2006MS Child prodigy and Guinness World Record holder for "Worlds Youngest Professor"  Elizabeth Gray Vining1925BS Former tutor to Emperor Akihito of Japan 
The Drexel University College of Medicine retroactively considers graduates from all of the medical institutes that it has acquired to be alumni of the College of Medicine and Drexel University. This includes MCP Hahnemann University (1993–2002), Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (1850–1993), and Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia (1848–1993).
- DUCOM – Drexel University College of Medicine
- HMC – Hahnemann Medical College
- MCP – Medical College of Pennsylvania
- WMCP – Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania
Name Grad year Degree College Notability Ref(s) Isaac Ambrose Barber1872MDHMC Physician and former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Maryland  Rose Mary Hatem Bonsack1960MDMCP Physician, former Maryland delegate for Harford County, Maryland  Myrtelle Canavan1905MDWMCP One of the first female pathologists, Canavan disease was named after her  LeRoy Carhart1973MDHMC Physician who participated in the Supreme Court cases Stenberg v. Carhart and Gonzales v. Carhart  Rebecca Cole1867MDWMCP The second African American woman to become a physician in the United States  Matilda Evans1897MDWMCP The first African American woman licensed to practice medicine in South Carolina  Nancy E. Gary1962MDWMCP Executive Vice President of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Dean of its F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine  Harold Griffith1923MDHMC Canadian anesthesiologist who introduced the use of ethylene and cyclopropane in anesthesiology  Stuart Hameroff1973MDHMC Professor at the University of Arizona known for his study of consciousness  Lillie Rosa Minoka Hill1899MDWMCP Second female Native American physician  Mady Hornig1988MDMCP Psychiatrist and associate professor of epidemiology at Columbia University  Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead1888MDWMCP Obstetrician and author of A History of Women in Medicine: From the Earliest of Times to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century  Mary Corinna Putnam Jacobi1864MDWMCP First woman to become a member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine  Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson1891MDWMCP First female African-American physician in Alabama  Anandi Gopal Joshi1886MDWMCP Second Indian female physician to earn a medical degree through training in Western medicine  Kenneth S. Kosik1976MDMCP Author and researcher in neuroscience  Gary K. Michelson1975MDHMC Spinal surgeon and inventor  Susan La Flesche Picotte1889MDWMCP First female Native American physician  Patricia Robertson1989MDMCP Physician and astronaut  Joseph H. Romig1896MDHMC Physician and one-term mayor of Anchorage, Alaska in 1937  Ellis Reynolds Shipp1883MDWMCP One of the first female physicians in Utah  J. Howard Swick1906MDHMC Physician and former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania  Augustin Thompson1867MDHMC Physician and creator of Moxie  Robert J. Wicks1977PhDHMC Clinical psychologist and author  Victoria Zdrok19972003MAPhDDUCOM Model and sex columnist 
Politics and public service
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Gary R. Chiusano1973BS New Jersey General Assembly assemblyman for the 24th legislative district  Ruth Hale1916— Found for women's rights in 1920s; member of the Algonquin Round Table  Earle I. Mack1959BS Former United States ambassador to Finland, partner of The Mack Company, and award-winning film producer  Albert Branson Maris1926BS Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit  William H. Milliken, Jr.—— Former United States Congressman from Pennsylvania  Peter Mafany Musonge1967BS Former Prime Minister of Cameroon  Alassane Ouattara1965BS Current President of Côte d'Ivoire  Arthur Raymond Randolph1966BS Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit  Celeste Riley2002MS New Jersey General Assembly assemblywoman for the 3rd legislative district  Harry Sidhu1978BS Deputy Chairman for the City Council of Anaheim, California 
Science and engineering
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Paul Baran1949BS One of the inventors of packet switching and a founding father of the Internet  Samuel P. De Bow, Jr.1976BS Former rear admiral in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps  David H. Geiger—BS Architect and engineer who invented the air-supported fabric roof system used in domed stadiums  Walter Golaski1946BS Developer of the first practical artificial blood vessel replacement  Harry Gold1936Cert Laboratory chemist who was convicted of being the courier for a number of Soviet spy rings during the Manhattan Project  John Gruber1996BS Creator of the computer markup language Markdown and the website Daring Fireball  Jon Hall1973BS Open source developer and advocate  Vasant Honavar1984MS Director of the Iowa State University Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory  Moshe Kam19851987MSPhD 49th President of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers  Bruce E. Maryanoff19691972BSPhD Medicinal and organic chemist responsible for the drug Topiramate  Cynthia A. Maryanoff1972BS Organic and biomaterials chemist; winner of two American Chemical Society (ACS) National Awards  Arlene Minkiewicz1988MS Chief scientist at PRICE Systems  James G. Nell1961BS Engineer and systems integrator  Bernard Silver1947BS Early developer of barcode technology with Norman Joseph Woodland  Norman Joseph Woodland1947BS Inventor of barcode technology 
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) James P. Bagian1973BS Astronaut, physician, colonel in the United States Air Force Reserves, and the pararescue flight surgeon for the 939th Air Rescue Wing  Christopher Ferguson1984BS American astronaut and pilot  Paul W. Richards1987BS American astronaut and mechanical engineer 
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s) Michael Anderson1988BS Former NBA player with the San Antonio Spurs  Jim Casciano1977BS Head men's basketball coach at the New Jersey Institute of Technology  J. R. Castle—— Former lacrosse player with the Philadelphia Wings  Mark Gerban2003BS Represented the Palestinian Rowing Federation at the 2005 World Rowing Championships  Gabriela Marginean2010BS Women's National Basketball Association player formerly with the Minnesota Lynx  Travis Mohr2004BS Gold and silver medal winner in swimming events at the 2004 Summer Paralympics, holds one world record  Jeff Parke2003— Professional soccer player with the Seattle Sounders FC and previously with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC and New York Red Bulls  Malik Rose1996BS Former NBA player with the Charlotte Hornets, the San Antonio Spurs, the New York Knicks, and the Oklahoma City Thunder 
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