List of University of Virginia people

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University of Virginia is one of only two institutions of higher learning in the United States which was founded by a U.S. President, the other being the State University of New York at Buffalo. This page is a partial list of notable alumni and faculty of the University of Virginia.

Rectors and members of the Board of Visitors

  • Thomas Jefferson – 3rd President of the United States (1801–1809); founder, Rector (1819–1826)[1][2]
  • James Madison – 4th President of the United States (1809–1817); Rector (1826–1836)[3]
  • James Monroe – 5th President of the United States (1817–1825)[4]
  • Joseph C. Cabell – Rector (1834-1836 & 1845-1856)
  • Chapman Johnson – Rector (1836-185)
  • Andrew Stevenson – 15th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (1827–1833); Rector (1856–1857)[5]
  • Thomas Jefferson Randolph – Rector (1857–1864)[6]
  • T. L. Preston – Rector (1864-1865)
  • Alexander Rives – Rector (1865-1866)
  • B. Johnson Barbour – Rector (1866-1872)
  • R. G. H. Kean – Rector (1872-1876)
  • Alexander H. H. Stewart – Rector (1886-1887)
  • John L. Marye – Rector (188-1890)
  • W. C. N. Randolph – Rector (1890-1897)
  • Armistead C. Gordon – Rector (1897-1898 & 1906-1918)
  • Charles P. Jones – Rector (1898-1906)
  • R. Tate Irvine – Rector (1918-1920)
  • John Stewart Bryan — Rector and board member (1918–1922)[7]
  • C. Harding Walker – Rector (1922-130)
  • Fredric W. Scott – Rector (1930-1939)
  • Robert Gray Williams – Rector (1939-1946)
  • Edward R. Stettinius Jr. – Rector (1946–1949)[8]
  • Baron Foster Black – Rector (191949-1956)
  • Frank Talbott, Jr – Rector (1956-1960)
  • Albert Vickers Bryan – Rector (1960-1964)
  • Charles Rogers Fenwick – Rector (1964-1966)
  • Frank W. Rogers – Rector (1966-1970)
  • Joseph H. McConnell – Rector (1970-1976)
  • William L. Zimmer, III – Rector (1976-1980)
  • D. French Slaughter Jr. – Rector (1980–1982)[9]
  • Frederick G. Pollard – Rector (1982-1987)
  • Joshua Darden Jr. – Rector (1987-1990)
  • Edward Elliott Elson – Rector (1990-1992)
  • Hovey S. Dabney – Rector (1992-1998)
  • John P. Ackerly, III – Rector (1998-2003)
  • Gordon F. Rainey Jr. – Rector (2003-2005)
  • Thomas F. Farrell, II – Rector (2005-2007)
  • H. Haywood Fralin – Rector (2007-2009)
  • John O. Wynne – Rector (2009-2011)
  • Helen Dragas – Rector (2011–2013)[10]
  • George Keith Martin – Rector (2013-2015)
  • William H. Goodwin – Rector (2015-2017)
  • Frank M. "Rusty" Conner – Rector (2017–present)

Notable Faculty

Alumni

Space and land exploration

United States Supreme Court

Politics and diplomacy

Business

Science and technology

Writers and academics

Media

Actors, musicians, and artists

Athletics

Military

Religion

Environmentalism

References

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  91. ^ Maj. Gen. Andrew M. Egeland Jr. Archived 2006-10-19 at the Wayback Machine
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  96. ^ Vice Admiral Denby H. Starling, II
  97. ^ Brig. Gen. Samuel M. Thomasson Jr. Archived 2006-10-19 at the Wayback Machine
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External links

  • "Manual of the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia" (PDF). (364 KB)
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