Silents in Education, Science, Business, and Industry

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James E. Burke - Head of Johnson&Johnson

M Scott Carpenter - U.S. astronaut

Seymour R Cray - pioneer in supercomputers

Samuel Cummings - firearms businessman

John Z. Delorean - automobile engineer and businessman Morris Goodman - anthropologist David A Hamburg - psychiatrist; head of Carnegie Corp

Thomas L Hughes - political scientist; president Carnegie Endowment etc

Joshua Lederberg - Nobel in medicine (genetics)

Paul Beattie MacCready - inventor (man and solar-powered aircraft)

Charles Moore - postmodernist architect

John Opel - IBM CEO; chair Federal Reserve Bank (New York)

Harold A (Red) Poling - Ford Motor Co CEO

Ben R Rich - Lockheed aeronautics engineer (stealth aircraft design)

Martin Rodbell - Nobel in medicine (biochemist)

Rankin M Smith Sr - insurance baron; one-time owner Atlanta Falcons

Roger Bonham Smith - CEO General Motors

Jo Walker-Meador - CE), Country Music Assn.

Robert M. Adams - anthropologist

Paul Berg - Nobel in chemistry 1980

Robert William Fogel - Nobel in economics 1993

Donald Glaser - Nobel in physics 1960

Virgil I Grissom - U.S. astronaut

Christine Jorgensen - first human to have successful sex change

Henry Way Kendall - Nobel in physics 1990

M Larry Lawrence - businessman, diplomat; fraudulent burial at Arlington

Robert McC Adams - anthropologist; Secretary, Smithsonian 1984-94 Ben R Mottelson - Nobel in physics 1975

Donald E. Peterson - CEO, Ford, 1985-

Lewis T Preston - president World Bank 1991-95

Allan Rex Sandage - famous astronomer

John R Silber - president Boston University 1971-96

Darwin E Smith - chair Kimberly-Clark 1971-91

Grant Tinker - chair NBC 1981-86

Clifford R Wharton - chair Rockefeller Foundation 1982-87

L Gordon Cooper Jr - U.S. astronaut

Alan "Ace" Greenberg - investment banker Mike Harper - CEO, ConAgra

Theodore H Maiman - inventor of the ruby laser

Harry M Markowitz - Nobel in Economics 1990

John McCarthy - pioneer in artificial intelligence

Marshall Warren Nirenberg - geneticist, Nobel in Medicine 1968

Gerard K O'Neill - physicist, space station designer

Robert Noyce - inventor of practical microchip; founder, Intel Corp Martin Lewis Perl - Nobel in Physics 1995

Stephen J. Ross - CEO, Warner Communications

F Sherwood Rowland - Nobel in Chemistry 1995

Frank Borman - U.S. astronaut

Ernest LeRoy Boyer - educator, Carnegie Foundation

Joyce Brothers - popular psychologist

Noam Chomsky - linguist, activist

Elias James Corey - Nobel Prize, Chemistry, 1990

Jack Kevorkian, MD - assisted suicide doctor James Lovell - U.S. astronaut

John F Nash - mathematician; Nobel, Economics, 1994

Daniel Nathans - microbiologist; Nobel, Physiology, 1978

T Boone Pickens Jr - oilman, infamous corporate raider

Alvin Toffler - futurist

James D Watson - geneticist; Nobel, Physiology, 1962

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Richard C Atkinson - president, Univ of California

James Billington - Librarian of Congress, Russian Historian William Dement - sleep researcher

Jerome Kagan -child psychologist

Gerald Maurice Edelman - Nobel in Medicine, 1972

Murray Gell-Mann - Nobel in Physics, 1969

Richard F Gordon Jr - U.S. astronaut

Robert K Massie - biographer, historian of Peter the Great

James A McDivitt - U.S. astronaut

Whitney MacMillan - CEO, Cargill

Gordon Moore - chair, Intel, 1979-97

Edward O Wilson - famous sociobiologist

Neil Armstrong

first human being on the Moon Buzz Aldrin - U.S. astronaut

Gary S Becker - Nobel in Economics, 1992

Harold Bloom - controversial literary critic

Derek Bok - president, Harvard, 1971-90

Warren Buffett - very wealthy financier

Michael Collins - U.S. astronaut

Charles Conrad Jr - U.S. astronaut

Leon N Cooper - Nobel in Physics, 1972

Jerome Isaac Friedman - Nobel in Physics, 1990

Michael Heyman - secretary, Smithsonian, 1994-

James B Irwin - U.S. astronaut

Lewis L. Judd - psychiatrist, Directo NIMH

Mark McCormack - sports agent, promoter

Edgar D Mitchell - U.S. astronaut

Thomas P Stafford - U.S. astronaut

Edward H White II - U.S. astronaut

John W Young - U.S. astronaut

James Watson Cronin - Nobel in Physics, 1980

Sheldon Glashow - Nobel in Physics, 1979 Donald Kennedy - president, Stanford, 1980-92

David M Lee - Nobel in Physics, 1996

Burton Richter - Nobel in Physics, 1976

John Robert Schrieffer - Nobel in Physics, 1972

Maxine Singer - biochemist, Pres. Carnegie Inst. Hamilton O Smith - Nobel in Physiology, 1978

Daniel D Tellep - CEO, Lockheed, 1989-96

Charles E Young - chancellor, UCLA, 1968-97

Alexander Astin - scholar on higher education

Alan L Bean - U.S. astronaut

R Walter Cunningham - U.S. astronaut

Diane Fosse - famous primatologist

Walter Gilbert - Nobel in Chemistry, 1980

Paul E. Gray - Pres of MIT

Dudley Herschbach - Nobel in Chemistry, 1986

Donald Rumsfeld - CEO, GD Searle & Co, 1977-85

Melvin Schwartz - Nobel in Physics, 1988

John R Searle - well-known philosopher, linguist

Muriel Siebert - 1st woman to own seat on NYSE Howard R Swearer - president, Brown U, 1977-88

R David Thomas - founder, Wendy's

William O. Taylor - CEO Boston Globe Grant Tinker - CEO NBC Frank Wells - former CEO, Disney

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William Anders - U.S. astronaut

William G Bowen - economist; president, Princeton, 1972-87

John Y Brown Jr - CEO, Kentucky Fried, 1964-71

Robert F Curl Jr - Nobel, Chemistry, 1996

Sheldon Hackney - chair, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1983-87

Fred W Haise Jr - U.S. astronaut

Hugh McColl - CEO, BankAmerica Corp

Joseph S Murphy - chancellor, CCNY, 1982-90

Stuart A Roosa - U.S. astronaut

Benjamin Rosen - Chair, Compaq Corp, 1983-

Louis Rukeyser - financial expert, TV broadcaster

Richard E Snyder -CEO, Simon & Schuster, 1978-94

Robert C Stempel - CEO, General Motors, 1990-92

Fred L Turner - CEO, McDonald's Corp, 1968-87

Sanford I. Weill - CEO, Citigroup

Steven Weinberg - Nobel in Physics, 1979

John F Akers - CEO, IBM 1985-93

Eugene Cernan - U.S.astronaut

James R Harvey - chair, Transamerica Corp, 1983-95

Audrey E Manley - actg Surgeon General 1995-97; president, Spelman College,1997-

Carver Mead - microelectronics pioneer

Richard (Alan) Meier - Modernist architect

Carl Sagan - science popularizer and astronomer
Henry B Schacht - chair, Cummins Engine Co, 1977-95; Lucent Technologies, 1995-98

William F Sharpe - Nobel, Economics, 1990

John B Slaughter - director, National Science Fndn, 1980-82

Howard M Temin - virologist, Nobel in Physics, 1975

Gary Wills - historian

Robert E Allen - CEO, AT&T, 1988-97

Norman R Augustine - CEO, Martin Marietta, 1987-95, Lockheed Martin, 1995-98

D Wayne Calloway - CEO, PepsiCo, 1986-96

Roger Chaffee - U.S. astronaut

Robert L Crandall - CEO, American Airlines

James O Freedman - president, Dartmouth, 1987-98

Ray W Fuller - biochemist (Prozac)

Rex Lee - president, Brigham Young, 1989-95

Story Musgrave - U.S. astronaut

Gary Nardino - TV businessman, Paramount, Orion

Neil L Rudenstine - president, Harvard, 1991

Robert Lee Vesco - infamous financier

Jack Welch Jr - CEO, General Electric, 1981-

J Michael Bishop - Nobel in Physiology, 1989

Kenneth Derr - CEO, Chevron

Carl Celian Icahn - Chair, TWA, 1986-92

Michael H Jordan - CEO, PepsiCo Worldwide, 1987-92; CBS, 1993-

Samuel CC Ting - Nobel in Physics, 1976

Kenneth G Wilson - Nobel in Physics, 1982

Robert W Wilson - Nobel in Physics, 1978

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William J Baroody Jr - chair, Woodrow Wilson International Center, 1981-94

Louis Boccardi - CEO, Associated Press

Ivan Boesky - infamous financier

Albert Carnesale - Chancellor, UCLA, 1997-

Robert L Crippen - U.S. astronaut

Philip D Estridge - developer of IBM PC

Patsy Fleming - AID czarina

Jerry Ray Junkins - Chair, Texas Instruments, 1988-96

Robert E Lucas Jr - Nobel in Economics, 1995

Thomas S Monaghan - President, Domino's Pizza, 1960-

Joseph S Nye Jr - Dean, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, 1995-

Robert C Richardson - Nobel in Physics, 1996

Charles R Schwab - well-known cut-rate brokerage, financier

August Busch III - brewer

Michael Armstrong - CEO, AT&T, 1997-

David Baltimore - Nobel in Physiology, 1975

Peter Dawkins - well-known financier

Kent Kresa - CEO, Northrop Grumman, 1994-

Jack Smith - CEO, General Motors, 1992-

Ted Turner - business tycoon

Craig R Barrett - President, Intel, 1997-

Harvey Golub - CEO, American Express Travel

H Wayne Huizenga - CEO, Blockbuster Entertainment, 1987-94; sports team owner

Gerald M Levin - Chair, Time Warner, 1992-

John S Reed - Chair, Citicorp, 1984-

John Sculley - Chair, Apple Computers, 1986-93

Harold (Elliot) Varmus - Nobel in Physics, 1989

Bob Eaton - Chair, Chrysler Corp, 1993-

Nannerl Keohane - President, Duke University, 1993-

Arthur Laffer - well-known economist

Frank Lorenzo - Continental Airlines chief

Robert Palmer - CEO, Digital Equipment Corp, 1992-

Hugo F Sonnenschein - President, University of Chicago, 1993-

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Michael S Brown - Nobel in Medicine, 1985

G Wayne Clough - President, Georgia Tech, 1994-

Alfred G Gilman - Nobel in Physiology, 1984

Stephen Jay Gould - well-known writer on evolution, Harvard prof.
Tom Johnson - Chair, CNN

Michael W. Melvill - Civilian astronaut

Lewis E. Platt - CEO Hewlett-Packard

Joseph H Taylor Jr - Nobel in Physics, 1993

Charles M Vest - President, MIT, 1990-

Guy Bluford - U.S. astronaut

Michael Eisner - CEO, Walt Disney Co, 1984-

Louis V Gerstner Jr - Chair, IBM, 1993-

Jack M Greenberg - CEO, McDonald's, 1998-

Shere Hite - popular sexologist, cultural historian

Calvin Klein - fashion designer

Loida Lewis - CEO, Beatrice International Holdings, 1994-

Frank N Newman - CEO, Bankers Trust, 1996-

Leonard Riggio - CEO, Barnes and Noble

George Erik Rupp - President, Columbia, 1993-


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