List of University of Texas at Austin alumni

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This list of University of Texas at Austin alumni includes notable graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of the University of Texas at Austin. The institution is a major research university in Downtown Austin, Texas, US and is the flagship institution of the University of Texas System.[1][2][3] Founded in 1883, the university has had the fifth largest single-campus enrollment in the nation as of Fall 2006 (and had the largest enrollment in the country from 1997 to 2003), with over 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students and 16,500 faculty and staff,[4] it currently holds the second largest enrollment of all colleges in the state of Texas.[5]

First Lady Laura Bush '73 received an MLS from UT Austin.
Tom C. Clark, '22, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, received his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law.
Michael Dell started PC's Limited (the precursor to Dell Computers) while at UT Austin.
Alumnus Roger Clemens, MLB pitcher and seven-time Cy Young Award winner
Alumna Mary Lou Retton (pictured with President Reagan) was the first non-European gymnast to win the all-around Olympic competition.

Over 30 UT Austin undergraduates have served in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, such as Lloyd Bentsen '42, who served as both a U.S. Senator and U.S. Representative, and was the 1988 Democratic Party vice presidential nominee. Tom C. Clark, J.D. '22, served as United States Attorney General from 1945 to 1949 and as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1949 to 1967. Cabinet members of American presidents include current United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson '75, former United States Secretary of State James Baker '57, former Secretary of Education William J. Bennett, and former Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans '73. First Lady Laura Bush '73 and daughter Jenna '04 both graduated from UT Austin, as well as former First Lady Lady Bird Johnson '33 & '34 and her eldest daughter Lynda. In foreign governments, the university has been represented by Fernando Belaúnde Terry '36 (42nd president of Peru), Norman J. Caldera '70 (foreign minister, minister of cooperation and minister of economic affairs and trade of Nicaragua) and Abdullah al-Tariki (co-founder of OPEC). A notable UT Austin undergraduate has served in local government as the Walker County district attorney – William Werner Durham.

UT Austin alumni in academia include the 26th president of the College of William & Mary Gene Nichol '76, the 10th president of Boston University Robert A. Brown '73 & '75, and the 8th president of the University of Southern California John R. Hubbard. The University also graduated Alan Bean '55, the fourth man to walk on the Moon. Additionally, alumni of the university who have served as business leaders include ExxonMobil Corporation former CEO Rex Tillerson '75, Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell, founder & CEO of Keyhole and pioneer of the successor Google Maps & Google Earth John Hanke, and CEO of Southwest Airlines Gary C. Kelly.

In literature and journalism, UT Austin has produced Pulitzer Prize winners Gail Caldwell and Ben Sargent '70, as well as CNN anchor Betty Nguyen '95. Alumnus J. M. Coetzee also received the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature.

UT Austin has produced several musicians and entertainers. Janis Joplin, the singer who posthumously was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award attended the university, as well as February 1955 Playboy Playmate of the Month and Golden Globe recipient Jayne Mansfield; the big screen has carried the talents of actor Matthew McConaughey '93 (star of The Wedding Planner (2001), How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), Sahara (2005), We Are Marshall (2007), et al.) with Farrah Fawcett (one of the original Charlie's Angels) on the small screen.

A number of UT Austin alumni have found success in professional sports. Seven-time Cy Young Award-winner Roger Clemens entered the MLB after helping the Longhorns win the 1983 College World Series. Several Olympic medalists have also attended the school, including 2008 Summer Olympics athletes Ian Crocker '05 (swimming world record holder and two-time Olympic gold medalist) and 4 × 400 m relay defending Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards '06. Mary Lou Retton (the first female gymnast outside Eastern Europe to win the Olympic all-around title, five-time Olympic medalist, and 1984 Sports Illustrated Sportswoman of the Year) also attended the university.

Academia and research[edit]

University deans, chancellors, and presidents[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Paul R. Brown 1978
1979
MPA
PhD
Eighth president of Monmouth University [6]
Robert A. Brown 1973
1975
BSc
MSc
Tenth president of Boston University [7]
Ramón H. Dovalina 1984 PhD in Community College Leadership Program Fifth president of Laredo Community College in Laredo, Texas, 1995 to 2007 [8]
Leon A. Green 1915 LL.B. Former dean at the Northwestern University School of Law [9]
Kent Hance 1968 JD Third chancellor of the Texas Tech University System; former United States Representative, Texas District 19 [10]
Karen S. Haynes 1977 PhD Social worker, president of University of Houston–Victoria and California State University San Marcos [11]
1938
1939
1950
BA
MA
PhD
Historian, former president of the University of Southern California [12][13]
Farnam Jahanian

MA
PhD
Computer scientist, president of Carnegie Mellon University [14][15]
W. Page Keeton 1931 LL.M. Former dean of the University of Texas School of Law [16]
Ramayya Krishnan PhD Dean of the Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College [17]
Charles T. McCormick 1909 BA Law dean at University of North Carolina and UT; taught at Northwestern; wrote classic works on evidence and damages [18]
James Moeser 1961
1964
B.Mus.
M.Mus.
Ninth chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [12][19]
John T. Montford 1965 BA First chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, 1996–2001; member of the Texas State Senate from Lubbock 1983–1996; businessman in San Antonio since 2001 [20]
Diana Natalicio 1969 PhD President of the University of Texas at El Paso, 1988–present [21]
Gene Nichol 1976 JD President of the College of William and Mary; former dean of the law schools at both the University of North Carolina and the University of Colorado at Boulder [12]
Cristina Padolina PhD President and Chief Academic Officer, Centro Escolar University, Manila, Philippines
Ricardo Romo 1967 BSc Fifth president of the University of Texas at San Antonio; U.S. representative to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization; member of the president's Board of Advisers on Historically Black Colleges and Universities [12][22]
M. David Rudd PhD Twentieth (and current) president of the University of Memphis [23][24]

Community college presidents and vice-presidents[edit]

W. J. Adkins (Laredo Community College), Belle Wheelan, George Boggs, Harley True Burton (Clarendon College president and mayor of Clarendon, Texas),[25][26] Gerardo de los Santos, Ramon H. Dovalina (Laredo Community College), Evelyn Waiwaiole, Kay McClenney, Byron McClenney, Suanne Roueche, Silvia Patricia Rios Husain, Toni Pendergrass, Greg Rutherford, Beverlee McClure, Coral Noonan-Terry, Stephen Mittelsted Joe Pickelman, Jerry Sue Thornton, Cynthia Cone, Allatia Harris, Walter Bumphus, Susan Carroll, Leanardo de la Garza, Lanny Hall, E. Jan Kehoe, Ann Foxworty Lewellen, Tessa Martinez Pollack, R. Jan LeCroy, Robert H. McCabe, Richard C. Richardson, Joe B. Rushing, Benjaim R. Wygal, Charles Gree, Raymond Hawkins, Deon Holt, Stewart H. McLaurin, Ruth Shaw, Nellie Thorogood, Cathryn Addy, Stanton Carlos Calvert, Dale Campbell, Allen G. Edwards, Marvin Felder, Gregory F. Peterson, Suzzanne Flannigan, Thomas Greene, Margaretta Brede Mathis, Wei Zhou, Bruce Leslie, Charles Nwankwo, Steven Gonzales, Cathy Kemper, Ray A. Laird (Laredo Community College)

Professors, doctors and researchers[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
J. Michael Bailey 1989 PhD Psychologist specialized in sexual orientation [27]
Alwyn Barr 1966 PhD Historian of the African American experience, American Civil War, and Reconstruction [28]
Garland Bayliss 1955
1972
MA and PhD Historian of the American South; Director of General Studies, Academic Services, and Mentorship Program at Texas A&M University [29]
Alan Bean 1955 BSc Astronaut, lunar module pilot on Apollo 12 [30]
R.H. Bing 1935 BA Mathematician [31]
Roger Birkman 1961 PhD Psychologist specializing in self and social perception; creator of the Birkman Method assessment [citation needed]
Charles Black 1935
1938
BA
MA
Law professor at Columbia and Yale; pioneer in civil rights litigation; author of leading treatise on the law of admiralty [32]
Elizabeth Hill Boone 1974
1977
MA
PhD
Order of the Aztec Eagle medal recipient for work in Mesoamerican art history [33]
Robert S. Boyer 1967 BA Computer scientist, co-inventor of the Boyer–Moore string search algorithm [34]
Yaron Brook 1989
1994
MBA
PhD
Former finance professor, Santa Clara University; President and Executive Director, Ayn Rand Institute [35]
Brené Brown B.SW. Research professor University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work [36]
Adi Bulsara 1978 PhD Physicist, leader in nonlinear dynamics, PhD student of Ilya Prigogine [37]
Elsa Salazar Cade 1968
1973
BSc
MA
Science educator and entomologist [38]
Robert Cade 1950
1961
BA
PhD
Inventor of sports drink Gatorade [39][40]
William H. Cade 1968
1972
1976
BA
MA
PhD
Animal behaviorist, President of the University of Lethbridge [41]
Stephen A. Caldwell 1927
1934
MA
PhD
Louisiana educator, 1911–1956; Louisiana State University administrator, 1934 [42]
Robert A. Calvert 1975 PhD Historian of Texas and the American South [43]
Ken Castleman 1965
1967
1970
BSc
MSc
PhD
Author of the textbook Digital Image Processing, president of Advanced Digital Imaging Research [44][45]
John Ardis Cawthon 1948 D.Ed. Education professor at Louisiana Tech University; regional historian of North Louisiana [46]
Robert Crippen 1960 BSc Pilot of STS-1, first orbital test flight of NASA Shuttle program [47]
Henry C. Dethloff 1952
1956
BA
MA
PhD
Historian, author, professor emeritus at Texas A&M University [48]
Leonard Eugene Dickson 1893
1894
BSc
MSc
Mathematician [citation needed]
E. Allen Emerson 1976 BSc Computer scientist, A. M. Turing Award [49]
Joe Bertram Frantz BA
MA
PhD
Historian of the United States, the American West, and Texas [50]
O. H. Frazier 1963 BA Heart surgeon [51]
Gordon Gunter 1931
1945
MA
PhD
Influential fisheries scientist who pioneered the study of fisheries in the northern Gulf of Mexico [52]
Peter Bacon Hales 1976
1980
MA
PhD
Chair and professor of Art History at the University of Illinois at Chicago; historian and photographer specializing in contemporary art, American spaces and landscapes [53]
Kevin Hannan 1977 MA Ethnolinguist [54]
Elise F. Harmon early
1940s
MS Chemist, physicist; major contributor to the miniaturization of computers [55]
John Haynes, Jr. Medical Degree Family physician and surgeon [56]
Eamonn Healy 1984 PhD Professor of chemistry at St. Edward's University [57]
William Curry Holden 1923
1928
BA
MA
PhD
Historian, archaeologist, first director of the Museum of Texas Tech University in Lubbock [58]
F. Burton Jones 1935 PhD Mathematician [59]
Theresa A. Jones 1992 PhD Professor of neuroscience at University of Texas at Austin [60]
Barbara Jeanne Kaster 1950s PhD Harrison King McCann Professor of Communication in the Department of English Emerita at Bowdoin College [61]
V.O. Key, Jr. 1929
1930
BA
MA
Political scientist; studied elections and voting behavior; taught at UCLA; professor at Johns Hopkins University; Alfred Cowles Professor of Government at Yale University; Jonathan Trumbull Professor of American History and Government at Harvard University [62]
Herbert H. Lang early 1950s BA
MA
PhD
Historian at Texas A&M University, studied the American West [63]
Hallie Lieberman MA Sex and gender historian [64]
Phil Ligrani 1974 BS Professor of mechanical and aerospace Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville [65]
Alan Lomax BA Musicologist and folklorist; son of John Avery Lomax [12][66]
John Avery Lomax 1908 BA Pioneering musicologist and folklorist [67]
Steve Madere MSc Computer scientist, founded Deja News [68]
Gordon Eugene Martin 1966 PhD Pioneering piezoelectric materials researcher for underwater sound transducers [69]
Roscoe C. Martin 1924; 1925 BA, MA Professor of political science and pioneer of academic discipline of public administration [70][71]
Forrest McDonald 1949
1955
BA
MA
PhD
Historian, 1987 Jefferson Lecturer [72]
Garnie W. McGinty PhD Historian, Louisiana Redeemed: The Overthrow of Carpetbag Rule, 1876–1880, college president [73]
Martin V. Melosi 1970s PhD Historian, heads Graduate Studies Division and Institute for Public History at the University of Houston [74]
Robert W. Mondy 1934
1950
MA
PhD
Historian, author of Jesse Mercer: A Study of Frontier Religion [75]
Mike Montgomery 1999 BSc
PhD
Astronomer, research scientist at McDonald Observatory [76]
Robert Lee Moore 1901 BSc Mathematician [77]
J. Milton Nance 1941 MA
PhD
Historian at Texas A&M University; author of Dare-Devils All: The Texan Mier Expedition, 1842–1844 [78]
Rishikesh Narayanan 2004 Post-doc Neuroscientist at Indian Institute of Science; author; Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [79]
Donna Nelson 1980 PhD Chemistry professor; Nelson Diversity Surveys author; scientific workforce scholar [80]
Ben H. Procter 1940s BA
MA
Historian at Texas Christian University 1957–2000 [81]
Coke Reed 1960s BSc
MSc
PhD
Mathematician, inventor of Data Vortex [82]
Jacy Reese 2015 BSc Social scientist, author of The End of Animal Farming [83]
Rupert N. Richardson 1922
1928
MA
PhD
Historian of Texas, author of textbook Texas: The Lone Star State [84]
Mary Ellen Rudin 1944, 1949 BA
PhD
Mathematician [85]
H. Grady Rylander 1943 BSME
PhD
Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Director of Center for Electromechanics [86]
Henry C. Schmidt BA
MA
PhD
Historian, specialist in Latin American affairs [87]
Tom Shires 1944 BSc Trauma surgeon [88][89]
Robert Slocum 1981 PhD Professor of botany and biology at Goucher College [90][91]
Don Thomas 1941
1943
BA
MA
Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine
Beatrice Tinsley 1964 PhD Astronomer [92]
Neil deGrasse Tyson 1983 MA Astrophysicist [93][94]
Stephen S. Vogt 1975
1978
MA
PhD
Astronomer, developed Doppler imaging technique [95]
Jennifer Walden BA Plastic surgeon, researcher, and co-author of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Textbook [96]
Ernest Wallace 1942 PhD Historian [97]
Eugene P. Watson 1951 PhD Namesake of the library at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana

[98]

Walter Prescott Webb 1915 BA Historian and author of the Handbook of Texas [99]
Michael Webber 1995 BSc
BA
Mechanical engineer and public speaker on energy policy

[100]

Spencer Wells 1988 BSc Geneticist and anthropologist [101]
Elizabeth H. West 1901 BA, Librarian; first woman to head the Texas State Library; first librarian of Texas Tech University; co-founder and first president of the Southwestern Library Association [102][103]
Stephanie Wilson 1992 MSc Astronaut, mission specialist on Space Shuttle mission STS-121 [104]
Oscar J. Zuñiga BSc Engineer, subdivision developer in Laredo [105]
Niu Jingyi 1953 PhD Chinese biochemist, the first citizen of the People's Republic of China to be nominated for the Nobel Prize in 1979 [106]

NASA[edit]

Name Class year Degree(s) Notability Reference
Alan Bean 1955 BSc Fourth person to walk on the moon as a lunar module pilot on the Apollo 12 mission [107]
Robert L. Crippen 1960 BSc [108]
Michael A. Baker 1975 BSc [109]
Paul S. Lockhart 1981 MS [110]
Stephanie D. Wilson 1992 MS [111]
Andreas Mogensen 2008 PhD [112]

Business and finance[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Moulay Abdallah ben Ali Alaoui 1989 BA Alaouite prince, advisor of King Mohammed VI and president of energy company Mediholding SA [113]
William Buckley, Sr. 1904
1905
BSc
LL.B.
Oil speculator and political activist; father of William F. Buckley, Jr. [114]
Robert H. Dedman, Jr. 1979 BA Chairman of ClubCorp [115]
Michael Dell (never graduated) Founder of Dell Computers [116]
David Geffen (never graduated) Co-founder of DreamWorks Animation; founder of Asylum Records and Geffen Records [117]
John Hanke 1989 BA (Plan II) Co-founder of Keyhole; manager of the Google successor programs Google Maps and Google Earth [118]
Tom Hicks 1968 BBA (McCombs) Former owner of the Texas Rangers [119]
Jeffrey Hildebrand 1981
1985
BSc
MSc
Chairman and CEO of Hilcorp Energy Company; 56th richest American [120]
William R. Johnson 1974 MBA (McCombs) CEO of H.J. Heinz Co. [121]
Gary C. Kelly 1974 BBA (McCombs) CEO of Southwest Airlines [122]
Radcliffe Killam 1932 BSc Philanthropist and oilman [123]
Austin Ligon 1973
1978
BA (Plan II)
MA (Economics)
Co-founder and retired CEO, CarMax [124]
Red McCombs MBA (McCombs)
JD
Co-founder of Clear Channel Communications; former co-owner of the San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets, and Minnesota Vikings [125]
Robert McGehee 1972 JD CEO of Progress Energy [126]
James Mulva 1968
1969
BSc (McCombs)
MBA (McCombs)
CEO of ConocoPhillips [127]
George Neel, Jr. 1958 Master of Arts in English studies Laredo title company businessman, oilman, rancher, short story writer, and community figure [128]
Bill Noël 1935 BBA Oil industrialist, banker, philanthropist from Odessa [129]
William C. Nowlin 1972
1979
BSc (Cockrell)
MSc (Cockrell)
Co-founder of National Instruments [12][130]
Corbin J. Robertson 1969 CEO of Natural Resource Partners [131]
Thomas L. Ryan 1987 BBA (McCombs) CEO of Service Corporation International, a Fortune 1,000 company [12][132]
Tex Schramm 1947 BA Former Dallas Cowboys general manager; Pro Football Hall of Fame member [133]
Stacy H. Schusterman MBA Chairman and CEO of Samson Energy; philanthropist [134]
George Seay 1989, 1998 BA, MBA (McCombs) Businessman, co-founder and CEO of Annandale Capital, philanthropist and conservative political activist [135]
Roy Spence 1971 BA Co-founder of national advertising agency GSD&M [136]
Rex Tillerson 1975 BSc Former chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil, and former secretary of state in the Donald Trump administration [137]
Edward R. Tinsley BSc Chairman of K-Bob's Steakhouse, which operates mostly in Texas and New Mexico; political activist [138]
James Truchard 1964
1967
1974
BSc
MA
PhD
Electrical engineer, co-founder, president, and chairman of the board of National Instruments [12][139]
James Marion West, Jr. JD Oilman, lumber mill owner, and rancher; considered the archetype of the Texas oilman [140][141][142]
Graham Whaling 1976 BSc Petroleum engineer and managing partner of Parkman Whaling LLC [143]
C. John Wilder 1974 BBA (McCombs) Former CEO of TXU, a Fortune 1,000 energy holdings company [12][144]
Angus G. Wynne 1938 BA Founder of Six Flags Over Texas [citation needed]
Bedford Wynne Co-founder of the Dallas Cowboys [145]
Peter Zandan 1983 PhD, MBA (McCombs) Global vice chairman, Hill+Knowlton Strategies; founder of Intelliquest, Zilliant; Austin community figure

Entertainment[edit]

Film and stage[edit]

Actors[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
F. Murray Abraham (never graduated) Actor who won Academy Award for role in Amadeus [146]
Kevin Alejandro Actor featured in Ugly Betty [147]
Barbara Barrie 1952 BA Broadway, film and television actress, Academy Award nomination for Breaking Away and Best Actress Award at Cannes Film Festival for One Potato, Two Potato [148]
Florence Bates 1906 BSc Character actress [149]
Steve Barton (never graduated) Broadway actor [150][151]
Gail Davis BA Actress, starred in 1950s syndicated western television series Annie Oakley [152]
Felicia Day 1998 BSc Actress (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), writer and producer [153]
Farrah Fawcett (never graduated) Actress, star of films and original Charlie's Angels television series [154]
Peri Gilpin (never graduated) Actress, starred as Roz Doyle on TV series Frasier [155]
Jon Hamm (never graduated) Actor, starred as Don Draper on TV series Mad Men [156]
Marcia Gay Harden 1980 BA Actress who won Academy Award for role in Pollock, nominated for role in Mystic River; also Tony Award winner for God of Carnage [12][157]
John Hillerman (never graduated) Actor who won Golden Globe and Emmy Award for role in Magnum, P.I. [158]
Susan Howard (never graduated) Actress, played Donna Culver Krebbs on soap opera Dallas [159]
Jonathan Islas 2001 BA Telenovela actor [citation needed]
L. Q. Jones 1950 Prolific actor and producer in Westerns [160]
Todd Lowe 1999 BA Actor on True Blood and Gilmore Girls [161]
Allen Ludden 1940
1941
BA
MA
Daytime Emmy Award winner for work as Password host, Peabody Award winner for Mind Your Manners [162]
Jayne Mansfield (never graduated) Actress, film star who won Theatre World Award and Golden Globe; mother of Mariska Hargitay [163]
Matthew McConaughey 1993 BA Actor, film star who won Academy Award for role in Dallas Buyers Club [164]
Bruce McGill 1973 BFA Actor in films such as Animal House, My Cousin Vinny, The Insider, Cinderella Man, Collateral, Lincoln and many other film and television roles [164]
Lindsey Morgan 2012 BA Actress in The CW television series The 100 [165]
Fess Parker 1950 BA Actor, television star who played Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone [166][167]
Fred Parker Jr. 2003 BA Actor, appeared in The Best Man and I Saw the Light [168]
Ashmit Patel 2000 BFA Bollywood actor [169]
Glen Powell 2012 BA Actor, Set It Up, The Dark Knight Rises, Scream Queens [170][citation needed]
Chris Rich 1970 MA Actor, played Brock Hart on TV series Reba [171][172]
Tex Ritter (never graduated) Actor and singer in Westerns; father of John Ritter [173]
Trevante Rhodes 2012 BSc Actor, featured in Moonlight, Bird Box, and The Predator [174]
Jason Saldaña 2001 BSc Voice actor, Tucker in Red vs. Blue [citation needed]
Eli Wallach 1936 BA Actor, featured in such films as The Magnificent Seven, The Godfather, Part III and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; Emmy, Tony and honorary Academy Award winner [175]
Noël Wells 2010 B.S.RTF Actor, known for her television roles on Master of None and Saturday Night Live, as well as writing, directing, and starring in the film Mr. Roosevelt [176]
Owen Wilson 1991 BA Actor, screenwriter and producer, featured in such films as Wedding Crashers, Zoolander, Meet the Parents and Cars [177][178][179]
Renée Zellweger 1992 BA Actress, film star who won Academy Award for role in Cold Mountain and was nominated for roles in Bridget Jones's Diary and Chicago [180]

Directors, producers, and writers[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Wes Anderson 1990 BA Filmmaker who was nominated for Academy Awards for The Royal Tenenbaums, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Moonrise Kingdom, and The Grand Budapest Hotel [12][181]
Michael "Burnie" Burns 1997 BA Actor, writer, film producer, film director; co-founder and former CEO of Rooster Teeth [182]
Mark Dennis 2007 BSc Award-winning filmmaker, Strings [183][184]
Jay Duplass MFA Film director, producer and screenwriter; with brother Mark, half of the "Duplass Brothers" [185]
Mark Duplass 1999 BA Film director, producer and screenwriter, actor, musician; with brother Jay, half of the "Duplass Brothers" [185]
Ben Foster 2008 BSc Award-winning filmmaker, Strings [183][184]
Kovid Gupta 2010 BBA, BS, BA Screenwriter, known for Indian television shows Balika Vadhu and Bade Acche Lagte Hain; author of Kingdom of The Soap Queen: The Story of Balaji Telefilms [186]
Matt Hullum 1997 BSc Actor, film producer, film director, visual effects supervisor; co-founder and current CEO of Rooster Teeth [187]
Abhijat Joshi 2002 MFA Screenwriter best known for work in Lage Raho Munnabhai (fifth highest-grossing Bollywood film) [12][188]
Bernard Lechowick 1971 MFA Award-winning television show runner, writer and producer of Knots Landing, creator of Homefront, Second Chances, and Hotel Malibu [189]
Richard Linklater (never graduated) Academy Award-nominated film director and screenwriter, Dazed and Confused, School of Rock, Before Sunset, Bad News Bears, and Boyhood [190]
Tim McCanlies (transferred to Texas A&M) Writer and director of Secondhand Lions [191]
Dax Norman 2001 BA Painter, animator [192]
Robert Rodríguez 2008 BA Mexican American filmmaker, director of Spy Kids, Sin City, From Dusk till Dawn; studied at University of Texas at Austin College of Communication [193]
Robert Schenkkan BA (Plan II) Playwright and screenwriter, 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Drama (The Kentucky Cycle)
Thomas Schlamme BA Television and film director and producer [194]
Harvey Schmidt 1940 Writer of musical theatre; wrote lyrics for musicals The Fantasticks, 110 in the Shade, I Do! I Do!, Celebration [195]
Hark Tsui 1975 BSc (at RTF) Hong Kong film producer and film director, major figure of the Golden Age of Hong Kong cinema
Tommy Tune 1962 BA Broadway choreographer, dancer, stage and film actor [196]
Gary Winick 1970 MFA Director, producer, 13 Going on 30, Bride Wars [197]

Music[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Troy Coleman 1993 BA Singer of country rap known as "Cowboy Troy", co-host of Nashville Star [12][198]
Jack Cooper 1999 DMA Composer and arranger: U.S. Army Jazz Knights, Aaron Neville, Berlin Jazz Orchestra, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and TV shows Deal or No Deal, The Jenny Jones Show, American Restoration and Access Hollywood [12][199]
Sarah Dougher 1997 MA; PhD Indie-rock musician [200]
Mary Dunleavy 1990 M.Mus. Opera singer [151]
Kinky Friedman 1966 BA Singer and author [201]
Nanci Griffith BA Winner of 1994 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album [202]
Billy Hunter 1997 BM Principal Trumpet – Metropolitan Opera, New York City [203]
Janis Joplin (never graduated) Singer; posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award [204]
Ray Lynch 1967 B.Mus. Billboard Award-winning classical guitarist and lutenist [205]
Sterling Morrison 1971 PhD Founding member of rock band The Velvet Underground [206]
Jack O'Brien 2009 MA Co-founder, singer, and bassist of The Bright Light Social Hour [207]
Roy Robinson BA Songwriter and musician; his songs have been recorded by Santana, Garth Brooks, Johnny Bush, Tommy Alverson, Don Edwards, Red Steagall, and many more; played bass for fellow UT student Janis Joplin [208]
Curtis Roush 2009 MA Co-founder, singer, and guitarist of The Bright Light Social Hour [209]
Phillip Sandifer 1982 BA Christian music songwriter and musician [citation needed]
Harriet Schock 1962 BA Singer-songwriter [210][211]
Michelle Shocked 1983 BSc Protest-music writer and performer [12][212]
Nikki Stringfield 2012 BSc Guitarist for The Iron Maidens; former guitarist for Before the Mourning [213][214]

Comics and cartooning[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Berkeley Breathed 1979 BSc Author of comic strip Bloom County [215]
Roy Crane 1922 BA "Father of the adventure story cartoon strip"; author of syndicated Buz Sawyer [216]
Charles Fincher 1968 BSc Cartoonist (Thadeus & Weez, The Daily Scribble), lawyer [217]
Ben Sargent 1970 BA Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, Austin American-Statesman (1974–2009) [218]

Government, law, and public policy[edit]

U.S. presidential family members[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Jenna Bush 2004 BA Daughter of president George W. Bush [219]
Laura Bush 1973 MLS Former First Lady of the United States [220]
Lady Bird Johnson 1933 BA Former First Lady of the United States; recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal [221]
Lynda Bird Johnson Robb 1966 BA Eldest daughter of Lyndon B. Johnson; former first lady of Virginia [222]

Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Tom C. Clark 1922 JD Former associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [223]

Justices of state supreme courts[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Joseph M. Watt 1972 JD Chief justice, Oklahoma Supreme Court [224]

Federal judges[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
William C. Conner 1941
1942
BBA
LL.B.
Federal judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York [225]
Randy Crane 1985
1987
BA
JD
Federal judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas [226]
Ricardo Hinojosa 1972 BA Chief judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas; former chair of the United States Sentencing Commission [227]
William Wayne Justice 1942 BA
JD
Federal judge for the Eastern District of Texas and the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas [228]
Royce Lamberth 1965
1967
BA
LL.B.
Federal judge for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia [229]
Barefoot Sanders 1949
1950
BA
JD
Federal judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas [230]
Diane Pamela Wood 1971
1975
BA
JD
Chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School [231]

Members of the United States Congress[edit]

Note: "D" indicates a Democrat while "R" indicates a Republican.

Senators[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Lloyd Bentsen 1942 JD Former senator (D) from Texas [232]
Tom Connally 1898 JD Former representative and senator (D) from Texas [233]
Kay Bailey Hutchison 1962
1967
BA
JD
Former United States Senator (R) from Texas (1993–2013) [234]
Earle Bradford Mayfield 1900
1901
JD Former United States Senator from Texas (1923–1929) [235]
Ralph Yarborough 1927 JD Former United States senator from Texas (1957–1971) [12][236]

Representatives[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Michael A. Andrews 1967 BA Former representative (D) from Texas' 3rd congressional district [237]
William R. Archer 1946
1951
BA
LL.B
United States Representative from Texas (1971–2001) [238]
Steve Bartlett 1971 BA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1983–1991) [239]
James Andrew Beall 1890 JD Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1903–1925) [12][240]
Chris Bell 1982 BJ Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2003–2005) [241]
John Junior Bell 1932
1936
College
JD
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1955–1957) [242]
Lloyd Bentsen 1942 JD U.S. representative (1948–1955), U.S. senator (1970–1992), U.S. vice presidential candidate (1988), and secretary of the treasury under President Bill Clinton [12][243]
Thomas Lindsay Blanton 1897 JD Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1917–1929, and 1930–1937) [12][244]
Eldon Beau Boulter 1965 BA Former member of the United States House of Representatives from Amarillo (1985–1989) [245]
Jack Brooks 1943
1949
BA
LL.B.
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1953–1966 and 1967–1995) [246]
J. E. "Buster" Brown 1962 BBA
JD
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1989–2001) [247]
Jim Chapman 1968 BBA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1985–1997) [248]
Henry Cuellar 1981
1998
JD
PhD
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2005– ) [249]
Lloyd Doggett 1967
1970
BA
JD
Former justice of the Texas Supreme Court (1989–1994), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1995– ) [250]
Bob Eckhardt 1935
1939
BA
LL.B.
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1967–1981) [251]
Pete Geren 1974
1978
BA
JD
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1989–1997) [252]
Charles Gonzalez 1969 BA Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1999– ) [253]
Ed Gossett 1924
1927
BA
LL.B.
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1939–1951) [254]
Rubén E. Hinojosa 1962 BBA Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1997– ) [255]
Frank Ikard 1936
1937
BA
LL.B.
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1951–1961) [256]
John Marvin Jones 1907 LL.B. Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1917–1940) [257]
Abraham Kazen, Jr. 1940 Pre-Law Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1967–1985) [258]
Richard Kleberg 1911 JD Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1931–1945) [12][259]
Marvin Leath 1954 BBA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1979–1991) [260]
Tom Loeffler 1968
1971
BA
JD
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1979–1987) [261]
Bill Patman 1953 BBA
LL.B.
Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1981–1985) [262]
J.J. Pickle 1938 BA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1963–1995), namesake of the University of Texas' J.J. Pickle Research Campus [263][264]
Morris Sheppard 1897 BA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1902–1913) [265]
Mac Sweeney 1897 BA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Wharton (1985–1989) [266]
William Homer Thornberry 1897 BA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1949–1963) [267]
Jim Turner 1897 BA Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1997–2005) [268]

United States governors[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Greg Abbott 1981 BBA 48th governor of Texas [269]
Dolph Briscoe 1942 BA 41st governor of Texas [270]
Jeb Bush 1974 BA 43rd governor of Florida [271]
John B. Connally 1939
1941
BA
LL.B.
39th governor of Texas, wounded while riding in the car during the assassination of President John F. Kennedy [272]
Dan Moody 1910
1914
BA
LL.B.
30th governor of Texas and opponent of the Ku Klux Klan; at age 33 he was elected and took office as the youngest governor in Texas history [273]
Bill Owens BA
LL.B.
40th governor of Colorado [274]
Ann Richards BA
LL.B.
45th governor of Texas [275]

Government officials outside the U.S.[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Francisco Santos Calderón Former vice-president of Colombia (2002–2010) [276]
María de Lourdes Dieck-Assad 1983 PhD Economist, former Mexican ambassador to the European Union (2004–2007) [277]
Salam Fayyad 1986 PhD Former prime minister of the Palestinian National Authority (2007–2013) [278]
Hazem Malhas BSc Former minister of environment for Jordan (2009–2010); current CEO of Optimiza Academy [279][280][281]
Abdullah Tariki 1947 MA First and former Saudi minister of petroleum and mineral resources (1960–1962); co-founder of the OPEC [282]
Fernando Belaúnde Terry 1935 BA Former president of Peru (1963–1968, 1980–1985) [283]
Dinesh Trivedi 1974 MBA Former Indian union minister of state for health and family welfare (2009 and 2011–2011); former union minister for railways (2011–2012) [284]

Members of the United States Cabinet[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Robert B. Anderson 1932 LL.B. Secretary of the treasury (1957–1961), deputy secretary of defense (1954–1955), and secretary of the navy (1953–1954) under Dwight D. Eisenhower [285]
James Baker 1957 JD Secretary of state under George H.W. Bush, secretary of the treasury under Ronald Reagan, and White House Chief of Staff under both George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan [286]
William J. Bennett PhD President Reagan's chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (1981–1985); secretary of education (1985–1988); President George Herbert Walker Bush's "drug czar" (1989–1990) [citation needed]
Lloyd Bentsen 1942 LL.B. U.S. representative (1948–1955); U.S. senator (1970–1992); secretary of the treasury under President Bill Clinton [citation needed]
George Christian 1971 BA Journalist, former White House press secretary (1966–1969) [287][288]
Ramsey Clark 1949 BA Lawyer, former United States attorney general (1967–1969) [289]
Tom C. Clark 1922 BA
LL.B.
Former United States attorney general (1945–1949) [290][291]
John Connally 1941 LL.B. 39th dovernor of Texas (1963–1969); former United States Secretary of the Treasury (1971–1972); seriously wounded during the assassination of John F. Kennedy [292]
Donald Evans 1969
1973
BSc
MBA (McCombs)
Former secretary of commerce under George W. Bush [293]
Scott McClellan 1991 BA Former White House Press Secretary (2003–2006) [294]
Rex Tillerson 1975 BSc 69th United States Secretary of State (2017–2018) [295]

Armed forces[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Donald Chapman 1942 JD Retired United States Navy Rear Admiral [296]
Bobby Ray Inman 1950 BA Retired United States Navy admiral, director of the National Security Agency, Lyndon B. Johnson Centennial Chair in National Policy (University of Texas at Austin) [297]
Neel Ernest Kearby 1936 BBA World War II aviator, Medal of Honor recipient [298]
William McRaven 1977 BBA Retired United States Navy Admiral, 2014 commencement speaker.
Russell Albert Steindam 1968 BA Army ranger, Medal of Honor recipient [299]
Robin G. Tornow 1972 MA Retired United States Air Force brigadier general [300]
Charles F. Widdecke 1941 BA Retired United States Marine Corps major general; recipient of the Navy Cross [301]

Other U.S. political and legal figures[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Elsa Alcala J.D. Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8; former Houston prosecutor and state district and intermediate appeals judge [302]
Ben Barnes Former Texas speaker of the House (1965–1969) and Lieutenant Governor of Texas (1969–1973) [citation needed]
Dan Bartlett BA White House communications director for President George W. Bush [303]
Pat M. Baskin 1948 and 1953 Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Government Member of the Midland City Council 1968–1972; judge of the 142nd District Court 1980–1992 [304]
Steven Best Professor of philosophy and spokesperson for the Animal Liberation Front [citation needed]
William H. Bledsoe Attended briefly c. 1889 Lawyer and member of both houses of the Texas legislature from Lubbock, 1915–1929 [305]
Ed Blizzard 1975 BA Prominent pharmaceutical injury attorney [306]
Bill Blythe BA Republican state representative from Harris County, 1971–1983 [307]
Louis H. Bruni County judge of Webb County from 2003 to 2006; former member of the Laredo City Council; businessman [308]
Esther Buckley BSc Member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1983–1992; educator in Laredo, Texas [309][310]
George C. Butte 1904 MA Republican gubernatorial nominee in 1924; member of the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands, 1932–1936 [311]
Frank Kell Cahoon 1957 BSc Midland oilman; former Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives [312]
J. Allen Carnes 1997 Bachelor's degree in Finance Mayor of Uvalde, Texas, since 2012; unsuccessful candidate for Texas Commissioner of Agriculture in 2014 [313]
John Carona 1978 B.B.A. Member of the Texas Senate from District 16, 1996–2015 [314]
Liz Carpenter 1942 BJ Former press secretary to First Lady Lady Bird Johnson [315]
Waggoner Carr Law school, former speaker of Texas House of Representatives and Attorney General of Texas [citation needed]
Warlick Carr Law school, prominent Lubbock attorney [citation needed]
Carlos Cascos Accounting Secretary of State of Texas, beginning 2015; outgoing county judge of Cameron County, Texas, 2007–2015 [316]
Carter Casteel 1965 Bachelor of Arts Educator, lawyer, politician from New Braunfels [317]
Nellie Connally Former first lady of Texas [citation needed]
Wayne Connally Member of both houses of the Texas state legislature from Wilson County [citation needed]
Kilmer B. Corbin Law Texas state senator from Lubbock (1949–1957); father of actor Barry Corbin [318]
Christi Craddick 1992 Bachelor's degree Texas Railroad Commission member since 2012 from Midland; daughter of Texas state representative Tom Craddick [319]
Vivien Crea 1972 BA Vice Admiral; first woman to attain flag rank; first female vice commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard [320]
Brandon Creighton c. 1992 Bachelor of Arts Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Conroe; lawyer and businessman [321]
Russell B. Cummings BSc Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Harris County, 1963–1967 [322]
Phil Dyer 1973 BBA Mayor of Plano, Texas (2009–present), president of LegacyTexas Bank [323]
Paul Eggers 1948 LL.B. Republican gubernatorial nominee in 1968 and 1970 [324]
Ed Emmett 1974 Master of Public Affairs County judge of Harris County since 2007; member of the Texas House of Representatives, 1979–1987 [325]
Elma Salinas Ender 1974 BSc First Hispanic woman to serve on a state district court in Texas, judge of the 341st Judicial District from 1983 to 2012 [326]
Ray Farabee BBA
JD
Texas state senator from Wichita Falls (1975–1988); general counsel to the Texas State University System (1988–2000) [327]
Marsha Farney 2007 PhD in curriculum development and educational instruction Texas state representative from District 20 in Williamson County; former member of the Texas State Board of Education from District 10 [328]
Marshall Formby 1937 MA Texas state senator from Plainview (1941–1945), attorney, radio station owner [329]
Tommy Franks (never graduated) Former Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Central Command [330]
Kenn George MBA Texas state representative from Dallas (1999–2003); businessman [331]
Mike Godwin 1980
1990
BA
JD
First staff lawyer for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, former general counsel of Wikimedia Foundation [332]
Craig Goldman BA Member of the Texas House of Representatives from his native Fort Worth; real estate businessman [333]
Larry Gonzales 1993 Bachelor's degree in Government Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Williamson County since 2011; owner of a graphic design company [334]
John W. Goode 1943 Bachelor's degree Attorney in San Antonio and Republican political figure in the 1950s and 1960s [335]
Lance Gooden BA
BBA
Texas state representative for Kaufman County (2011–2015; 2017– ), businessman [336]
Lena Guerrero (never graduated) Former Texas state representative from Travis County, first woman to serve on the Texas Railroad Commission [337]
Billy Hall 1963 BSc Former member of the Texas House of Representatives (1973–1987) and treasurer of Webb County (1995–2002) [citation needed]
Doug Harlan 1968 PhD in Political Science Texas political consultant, lawyer, educator, journalist, author, public official from San Antonio [338]
Bobby Inman 1950 BA Former director of the National Security Agency [339]
Joe Jamail 1950
1953
BA
JD
Trial lawyer [340]
Michael Keasler B.A.
J.D.
Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals since 1999 [341]
Terry Keel 1980 BA First Republican sheriff of Travis County since Reconstruction; Texas House of Representatives, elected member, 1997–2007; House parliamentarian, 2007–2009 [citation needed]
Susan King Bachelor of Science in Nursing Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from Abilene since 2007; surgical nurse, rancher, and businesswoman [342]
Cyndi Taylor Krier 1971 Bachelor's degree First Republican woman to serve as both a state senator from Bexar County (1985–1993) and as the Bexar County administrative judge (1993 to 2001) [343]
Dan Kubiak 1962 BBA
PhD
Texas state representative from Rockdale (1969–1983; 1991–1998), businessman [344]
John Kuempel Bachelor's degree Texas state representative from Seguin (since 2010), businessman [345]
Fritz Lanham 1900 BA Politician, author of Lanham Act, the law governing U.S. trademark policy [346]
Jodie Anne Laubenberg BA Texas state representative from Collin County since 2003, businesswoman in Allen, Texas [347]
Debra Lehrmann 1979
1982
BA
JD
Texas Supreme Court justice (Place 3), former 360th District Court judge in Fort Worth [citation needed]
Tryon D. Lewis 1969 BA Former Texas state representative from Odessa, former 161st State Judicial District Court judge [348]
Honoré Ligarde Bachelor of Science in Accounting Texas state representative for Webb County 1963–1973 [349]
J. M. Lozano 2003 BA Texas state representative from Kingsville since 2011 [350]
Crawford Martin Law school courses; transferred to Cumberland School of Law Attorney General of Texas (since 1967), former Texas state senator (1949–1963); Texas Secretary of State (1963–1966); mayor of Hillsboro [351]
Charles R. Matthews 2006 PhD Mayor of Garland, Texas 1984–1986, member of the Texas Railroad Commission 1995–2005, and chancellor-emeritus of the Texas State University System 2005–2010 [352]
Odell McBrayer Fort Worth attorney, gubernatorial candidate in 1974 [citation needed]
Walter Mengden 1950 BBA Member of both houses of the Texas State Legislature from Harris County, 1971–1983; attorney; oilman [353]
Ken Mercer Date missing Bachelor of Science in Biology Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from Bexar County, 2003–2005; member of the Texas State Board of Education since 2007 [354]
Robert Morrow 1990 Master of Business Administration Chairman of the Travis County Republican Party since 2016; considered a conspiracy theorist and anti-Hillary Clinton activist [355]
Steve Munisteri BBA
JD
Departing Republican Party of Texas state chairman [356]
Jim Murphy 1980 BA Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from Houston, 2007–2009 and since 2011; real estate businessman [357]
David Newell Law degree Republican member of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals; former Harris County assistant district attorney [358]
George E. Nowotny 1955 BSc Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from Fort Smith, 1967–1972; since resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma [359]
James E. Nugent 1949 JD Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Kerrville (1961–1979) and member of the Texas Railroad Commission (1979–1995) [360]
George Peddy 1917 BA State representative from Shelby County, 1917; write-in candidate for U.S. Senate, 1922; lawyer with Vinson & Elkins in Houston, U.S. Senate Democratic primary candidate, 1948 [361]
David Peeples c. 1968 Master's degree in Government Texas state court judge since 1981, based in San Antonio [362]
Dade Phelan 1998 Bachelor's degree Republican state representative for District 21 in Beaumont [363]
George Pierce 1965 BA Republican former state representative for District 122 in San Antonio [364]
Walter Price BA Republican state representative for District 87 in Amarillo [365]
Bennett Ratliff 1983 BS in civil engineering Republican state representative from District 115 in Dallas County (2013–2015) [366]
Bill Ratliff BS in civil engineering Republican state senator from Mount Pleasant (1989–2000; 2003–2004) and lieutenant governor (2000–2003) [367]
Sam Rayburn Former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives [citation needed]
Richard Raymond BA State legislator, advocate for Hispanic causes [368]
Jim Reese 1951 BFA Businessman, Republican politician, former sports broadcaster, former mayor of Odessa [369]
Ezequiel D. Salinas Former state court judge from Laredo; advocate for the civil rights of Hispanics [370]
Alan Schoolcraft 1973 Bachelor's degree Former member of the Texas House of Representatives from San Antonio [371]
John Ben Shepperd 1941 LL.B State attorney general (1953–1957) [372]
Steven Wayne Smith 1986 Law Former justice of the Texas Supreme Court [373]
Ernest O. Thompson 1917 LL.B Longest-serving member of the Texas Railroad Commission [374]
Chet Upham 1945 BSc Former state chairman of the Texas Republican Party; oil and natural gas businessman; UT regent [375]
Corbin Van Arsdale 1992 BBA, JD, baseball letterman Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Harris County, 2003–2009; attorney in Austin [376]
Gary Watkins c. 1969 Bachelor's degree in government Odessa attorney; state representative, county judge, and state district court judge in Ector County [377]
Gregory Watson 1980–88 Studied economics Coordinated the movement to ratify the 27th Amendment to the United States Constitution starting while a student at UT Austin [378]
Sarah Weddington Attorney and lecturer, represented "Jane Roe" in the landmark Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court case [citation needed]
Bill White 1974 BA Mayor of Houston [379]
Harry Whittington Texas attorney who is well-known concerning the incident with Vice-President Dick Cheney [citation needed]
Pamela Willeford 1972 BA U.S. ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein [380][381]
Ric Williamson 1974 BA Texas Transportation Commissioner (2001–2007); Texas House of Representatives (1985–1999) [382]
Jared Woodfill BA Houston attorney; chairman of the Harris County Republican Party, 2002–2014 [383]

Journalism and media[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Paul Begala 1983
1990
BA
JD
Former host of CNN's Crossfire [12][384]
Benjamin Bryant (medically withdrew) Radio and television broadcaster, BZ/MP executive editor, host of The Brink with Benjamin Bryant [12][385][386][387]
Liz Carpenter 1942 Feminist writer, former press secretary to First Lady Lady Bird Johnson [388]
Alireza Jafarzadeh 1981 MSc Media commentator on the Middle East, TV news analyst [389]
Betty Nguyen 1995 BA Anchor for The CBS Morning News [390]
Gary M. Polland 1970 BBA Houston attorney, talk-show host, former Harris County Republican Party chairman [391]
Stephanie Trong 1998 BA Former executive editor of the magazine Jane (2005–2007) [392]
Ben Wedeman 1982 BA Senior correspondent for CNN [393]

Literature, writing, and translation[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Raye Virginia Allen BA

MA

Cultural historian and author [394]
Raymond Benson 1978 BFA Thriller author, most known as the first American to pen official James Bond novels [395]
Forrest Breyfogle 1975 MSc Author of 13 books, winner of the 2004 ASQ Crosby Medal [396]
Gail Caldwell 1978
1980
BA
MA
Book critic at The Boston Globe, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism [397]
Michael Chorost 1988
2000
MA
PhD
Author (Rebuilt: How Becoming Part Computer Made Me More Human), authority on cochlear implants and neurally controlled prosthetics [398]
John Maxwell Coetzee 1968 PhD Winner of 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature [399]
Deborah Coonts 2011 MA Romantic mystery novelist, lawyer [400]
Madison Cooper 1915 BA Businessman, novelist (Sironia, Texas) [401]
Judy Dean 1976 Bachelor's degree in Radio/TV/Film Author of Winston Pooh: An Investigation into the Real Story behind the Stories [402]
Patrick Dearen 1974 Bachelor's degree in Journalism Author of the American West, including both novels and history; based in Midland, Texas [403]
Kate Heyhoe BA Cookbook author [404]
H.L. Hix 1985
1987
MA
PhD
Award-winning poet, program director at the University of Wyoming [405]
Rolando Hinojosa 1953 BA Novelist, winner of the Premio Quinto Sol prize [406]
Elmer Kelton 1948 BA Western novelist, winner of a number of prizes in western literature [407]
Julie Kenner 1987 BA Romance and fantasy author [12][408]
A. J. Mayers 2009 BA Marketing coordinator for Paramount Pictures; science fiction and crime novelist [409]
Willie Morris 1956 BA Author, journalist, editor of Harper's Magazine, Rhodes scholar [410]
Ladan Osman MFA Poet and teacher; winner of the 2014 Sillerman First Book Prize [411]
Paul Patterson Unspecified graduate studies Author of western literature; mentor of Elmer Kelton [412]
Sharon Kay Penman BA Author of historical novels (Welsh Princes Trilogy, Plantagenet Series) [413]
Lawrence Person 1987 BA Science fiction writer, editor of Hugo Award-nominated SF-fanzine Nova Express [414]
Pamela Ribon 1996 BFA Novelist, television writer, actor [415]
Rick Riordan 1986 BA Novelist (the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series) [416]
Olen Steinhauer BFA Novelist (the Milo Weaver Trilogy) [417]
Bruce Sterling BFA Hugo- and Nebula Award-winning science fiction novelist, cyberpunk (Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology, The Difference Engine) [418]
Whitley Strieber 1968 BA Horror and science fiction novelist (The Wolfen, Warday), Ufologist (Communion) [419]
Janice Woods Windle Author of historical novels (True Women) [420]

Social reforms[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Rip Esselstyn 1986 Food writer and health activist [421]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Max Alvis Former MLB baseman [422]
Roger Clemens (never graduated) Starting pitcher for five MLB teams, 7-time Cy Young Award-winner, 1986 American League MVP, 11-time All-Star, 2-time World Series champion, winner of 1983 College World Series [423]
Dennis Cook Former MLB pitcher [424]
Jordan Danks MLB outfielder [425]
Kirk Dressendorfer Former MLB pitcher, National College Baseball Hall of Famer [426]
Adam Dunn MLB outfielder [427]
Bibb Falk Former MLB left fielder; former University of Texas baseball coach [428]
Ron Gardenhire (never graduated) Former MLB shortstop, former manager of the Minnesota Twins [429]
Jerry Don Gleaton Former MLB pitcher [430]
Wayne Graham Former MLB pinch hitter, third baseman and left fielder [431]
Burt Hooton Former MLB pitcher, National College Baseball Hall of Famer [432]
J. P. Howell MLB pitcher [433]
Calvin Murray Former MLB outfielder [434]
Spike Owen Former MLB shortstop [435]
Mark Petkovsek Former MLB pitcher [436]
Omar Quintanilla MLB infielder [437]
Bruce Ruffin Former MLB pitcher [438]
Calvin Schiraldi Former MLB pitcher [439]
Kal Segrist (never graduated) MLB second baseman; fifth head coach of the Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball program [440]
Huston Street MLB pitcher [441]
Greg Swindell Former MLB pitcher, member of the 1984 Olympic Baseball Team [442]
Taylor Teagarden MLB catcher [443]

Softball[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Lindsay Gardner All-American, Head Coach at St. Edward's University [444]
Cat Osterman Former NPF player, olympic gold and silver medalist [445]

Basketball[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
LaMarcus Aldridge (never graduated) NBA power forward, 7-time NBA All Star [446]
D. J. Augustin NBA point guard [447]
Avery Bradley NBA shooting guard [448]
Jamie Carey 2005 BA
MSc
Former WNBA point guard [449][450]
Kevin Durant (never graduated) NBA small forward and shooting guard, 2014 NBA MVP, 2008 NBA Rookie of the Year, 8-time NBA All-Star, 2010 FIBA World Championship MVP, 3-time NBA scoring champion, 2-time NBA Champion, 2-time NBA Finals MVP [citation needed]
Maurice Evans NBA small forward and shooting guard [451]
T. J. Ford B.S. Former NBA point guard [452]
Daniel Gibson NBA guard [453]
Nekeshia Henderson Former WNBA player
Royal Ivey NBA point guard [454]
Chris Mihm Former NBA center [455]
Johnny Moore Former NBA point guard [456]
Terrence Rencher (never graduated) Former NBA point guard [457]
James Thomas Former NBA forward, current player for Israeli Maccabi Haifa BC [458]
B. J. Tyler Former NBA point guard [459]
Danny Wagner Former NBL and NBA guard [460]
Mohamed Bamba NBA center for the Orlando Magic [461]

Football[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Major Applewhite 2002 BS Former college quarterback, 2001 Holiday Bowl MVP, former co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for UT Austin, current University of Houston head coach [12][462][463]
Don Barton (never graduated) Former NFL halfback [464]
Cedric Benson NFL running back, Doak Walker Award winner [465]
Jim Bertelsen Former NFL running back [466]
Glenn Blackwood Former NFL safety [467]
Justin Blalock NFL guard [468]
Bill Bradley Former NFL defensive back [469]
James Brown Former quarterback [470]
Tarell Brown NFL cornerback [471]
Bob Bryant American Football League end [472]
Earl Campbell (never graduated) Former NFL running back, College Football and Pro Football Hall of Famer [473]
Kwame Cavil BA Former NFL, current CFL wide receiver [474]
Jamaal Charles NFL running back, former track and field athlete [475]
Quan Cosby (never graduated) NFL wide receiver [476]
Tim Crowder NFL defensive end [477]
Leonard Davis NFL offensive guard [478]
Gib Dawson Former NFL halfback [479]
Phil Dawson BA NFL placekicker [480]
Derrick Dockery BA NFL offensive guard [481][482]
Jermichael Finley NFL tight end [483]
Jerry Gray Former NFL cornerback, College Football Hall of Famer [484]
Cedric Griffin NFL cornerback [485]
Michael Griffin BA NFL safety [486][487]
Casey Hampton NFL nose tackle [488]
William Harris Former NFL tight end [489]
Tony Hills NFL offensive tackle [490]
Priest Holmes Former NFL running back [491]
Michael Huff NFL safety and cornerback [492]
Quentin Jammer NFL safety [493]
Derrick Johnson (never graduated) NFL linebacker [494]
J. T. King Head football coach and Athletic Director of the Texas Tech Red Raiders [495]
Tom Landry 1949 BBA Former NFL cornerback and head coach, NFL Hall of Famer [496]
Bobby Layne (never graduated) Former NFL quarterback, College Football and NFL Hall of Famer, source of the "Curse of Bobby Layne" [497]
Jeff Leiding 1984 All-American and NFL player [498]
D. D. Lewis NFL linebacker [499]
Colt McCoy NFL quarterback [500]
Eric Metcalf Former NFL running back and wide receiver, return specialist [501]
Roddrick Muckelroy 2008 BA NFL linebacker [502]
Dan Neil Former NFL offensive guard, two-time Super Bowl champion [503]
Tommy Nobis Former NFL linebacker, College Football Hall of Famer [504]
Frank Okam NFL defensive tackle [505]
Brian Orakpo NFL linebacker [506]
Cory Redding (never graduated) NFL defensive end [507]
Brian Robison BA NFL defensive end [508][509]
Shaun Rogers NFL defensive tackle [510]
Aaron Ross NFL cornerback [511]
Bo Scaife 2004 BA NFL tight end [512][513]
Jonathan Scott NFL offensive tackle [514]
Lyle Sendlein 2006 BA NFL center [515]
Jordan Shipley NFL wide receiver [516]
Chris Simms BA Former NFL quarterback [517][518]
Harry Stafford NFL back [519]
Tom Stolhandske NFL and CFL player [520]
James Street Former college football quarterback [citation needed]
Kasey Studdard BA NFL offensive guard [521][522]
Limas Sweed Former NFL, current CFL wide receiver [523]
David Thomas BSc NFL tight end [524][525]
Earl Thomas NFL safety [526]
Marcus Tubbs NFL defensive tackle [527]
Nathan Vasher Former NFL cornerback [528]
Mike Williams Former NFL offensive tackle and guard [529]
Ricky Williams (never graduated) Former NFL and CFL running back [citation needed]
Roy Williams Former NFL wide receiver [530]
Hugh Wolfe 1938 All-American and NFL player [531]
Rodrique Wright NFL and CFL defensive end [532]
Selvin Young 2006 BA NFL running back [533]
Vince Young (never graduated) NFL quarterback [534]

Golf[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Ben Crenshaw Winner of 1984 and 1995 Masters Tournaments, World Golf Hall of Fame inductee, 1972 NCAA champion [535]
Bob Estes Professional golfer [536][537]
Harrison Frazar 1996 Psychology Professional golfer [538]
Tom Kite (never graduated) Professional golfer, World Golf Hall of Famer, golf course architect, first pro player to add a third wedge to his bag [539]
Justin Leonard (never graduated) Professional golfer, Open Championship winner (1997) [540]
Harvey Penick Professional golfer and golf coach, World Golf Hall of Famer, author [541]
Jordan Spieth Winner of 2015 Masters Tournament
Sherri Steinhauer (never graduated) Professional golfer, Women's British Open winner [542]
Jhonattan Vegas Venezuelan professional golfer [543]

Swimming[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Kirk Stackle 1990 1988 Olympic Team in the 200 Breaststroke
Ian Crocker 2005 BSc World record-setter and winner of 4×100 m medley relay gold medals in both the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics [544]
Nate Dusing 2002 Won the bronze medal in the 400 m freestyle relay at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the silver medal in the 800 m freestyle relay at the 2000 Summer Olympics [545]
Brendan Hansen 2005 BSc Former world record holder in the 100 m and 200 m breaststroke and current record holder in the 4×100 m medley relay; at the 2004 Summer Olympics won the gold medal in the 4×100 m medley relay, silver at the 100 m breaststroke, and bronze at the 200 m breaststroke; at the 2008 Summer Olympics his team won gold and set a world record in the 4×100 m medley relay [546]
Shaun Jordan 1991 Won gold medal in the 4 × 100 m freestyle relay at both the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics [547]
Aaron Peirsol 2006 Won Olympic medals at the 2000 (silver in 200 m backstroke), 2004 (gold in the 100 m and 200 m backstroke and the 4×100 m medley relay), and 2008 Summer Olympics (gold in the 100 m backstroke and 4×100 m medley relay, silver in the 200 m backstroke); current world record holder in the 100 m backstroke and 4×100 m medley relay, current record holder in the 200 m backstroke [548]
Garrett Weber-Gale Swimmer, two-time Olympic gold medalist, world record-holder in two events
Joscelin Yeo 2003 Rhodes scholar, competed on the Singapore national team at the 1992, 1996, 2000, and 2004 Summer Olympics, more Olympic games than any other Singaporean athlete [549]

Track and field[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Sanya Richards-Ross 2006 BSc Medalist in 2004, 2008, and 2012 Summer Olympics [550][551]

Other sports[edit]

Name Class year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Andrew Craig Corporate Communications Professional mixed martial artist formerly competing in the UFC's Middleweight Division [552]
Mary Lou Retton First female gymnast outside Eastern Europe to win the Olympic all-around title, five-time Olympic medalist, 1984 Sports Illustrated Sportswoman of the Year [553]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Name Class Year(s) Degree(s) Notability Reference
Mark Aguhar Fine Art Artist and activist [554]
Natalia Anciso 2008 BA Contemporary artist and educator [555]
Stacy Barnett 2009 BSc Victim in the West Campus murders in 2009 [556]
Nancy Lee Bass 1937 English Philanthropist [557]
William Lee Bergstrom (never graduated) Gambler and high roller [558]
Brian Brushwood 1997 Plan II honors program Magician, podcaster, author, lecturer, known for Scam School [559]
Thomas Darnell 1979 Contemporary artist [560]
Monique Evans Nutritional Science and Pre-Med major Miss Texas 2014 [561][562]
John Richard Fowler Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Member and president of the Texas State Board of Pharmacy (1967–1973); local politician in Memphis, Texas [563]
Richard Garriott (never graduated) Video game programmer and spaceflight participant [564]
John Goosey 2008 BA Victim in the West Campus murders in 2009 [556]
Susybelle Lyons c. 1944 Degree not available Socialite and philanthropist from Shreveport, Louisiana; active in Young Women's Christian Association Family Violence Program and patron of the arts [565]
Charles Schreiner, III 1947 Bachelor of Arts Rancher from Kerr County who helped to save Texas Longhorn cattle from extinction [566]
Jessica Trisko 2006 Master of Arts Miss Earth 2007 [567]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • Blank cells indicate missing information; em-dashes (—) indicate that the alumnus attended but never graduated from UT Austin.

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