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Francis Appleton Harding

Francis Appleton Harding represented Dedham, Massachusetts in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1947 to 1955. Harding was born in Dedham on March 21, 1908 and attended St. Marks School and Harvard University. Before becoming a polit ...


James J. Shinn

James J. Shinn is a former U.S. official. He has a long history in public service and foreign affairs. He appeared on C-Span in 2009 discussing the War in Afghanistan.


Kay Heikkinen


Otis Hamilton Lee

Otis Hamilton Lee was an American philosopher, noteworthy as a Guggenheim Fellow. Lee attended Fargo College from 1920 to 1922 and then the University of Minnesota, where he graduated with B.A. in 1924. From 1924 to 1927 he was a Rhodes Scholar a ...


Victor McElheny

Victor King McElheny is an American science writer and journalist, who has covered a wide variety of topics, including the Apollo lunar landing program, molecular biology, astronomy, science in Antarctica, and environmental issues. From ages 14 t ...


James L. Skinner

James L. Skinner is an American theoretical chemist. He is the Joseph O. and Elizabeth S. Hirschfelder Professor Emeritus at the University Wisconsin-Madison. He is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Welch Foundation. Most rece ...


Frederick Wulsin


Olga T. Yokoyama

Olga Tsuneko Yokoyama is a Distinguished Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of California in Los Angeles. Her research interests include topics in Slavic philology, functionalist constraints in the syntax, word order and intonatio ...


Zine Magubane

Zine Magubane is a scholar whose work focuses broadly on the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, and post-colonial studies in the United States and Southern Africa. She has held professorial positions at various academic institutions in the ...


Harvard College alumni


Harvard Graduate School of Education alumni


Hasty Pudding alumni


Institute for Advanced Theater Training, Harvard University alumni


Harvard Summer School alumni


Delmo Alberghini

Delmo F. Alberghini is a member of the Northeastern University athletics Hall of Fame. Alberghini was inducted in 1975 for his accomplishments in track. Alberghini was one of the fastest men in all of New England during most of the 1940s and held ...


Ernest Arlett

G. Ernest Arlett is a member of the Northeastern University athletics Hall of Fame. Arlett was inducted in 1976 for his accomplishments in crew. Arlett also was the United States Olympic coach for Sculling during the 1976 Summer Olympic Games. Ar ...


Anne Lee Delano

Anne Lee Delano was a prominent figure in the history of collegiate and international womens field hockey and womens lacrosse. She was both an honored participant, coach, author and association official.


Leah Greenberg

Leah Greenberg is an American political activist and co-founder of the progressive non-profit organization, Indivisible. She is co-author of We Are Indivisible: A Blueprint for Democracy After Trump, published in 2019. Greenberg, along with Indiv ...


The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy alumni


Kim Fountain

Dr. Kim Fountain is Chief Operating Officer of the Center on Halsted, the Midwests largest LGBTQ+ community center, located in Chicago, Illinois. She was previously Executive Director of the Pride Center of Vermont and Associate Director of Educa ...


Massachusetts Agricultural College alumni


Elizabeth Cash Hitchcock

Elizabeth Cash Hitchcock is an American entrepreneur and investor. She is the co-founder and Head of Operations of the WiFi management and IoT security startup, Minim.


Henry Ford Hawks baseball players


Stevan J. Arnold

Stevan James Arnold is an American evolutionary biologist. He is Professor Emeritus of Integrative Biology and Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles at Oregon State University, Corvallis. He has served as president of the Society for the Study of Ev ...


Chow Ching-Wen

Chow Ching-Wen was a Chinese human rights activist, author and editor. He held high-ranking positions in both the government and in the Chinese Communist Party but defected to Hong Kong in 1957. One of the founders of the China Democratic League, ...


Christopher Marquis

Christopher Marquis is the Samuel C. Johnson Professor in Sustainable Global Enterprise and Professor of Management at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Marquis received his Ph.D. in Sociology and Business Administr ...


Steven L. Tuck

Steven L. Tuck is a professor of classics, who is currently head of classics at Miami University. He teaches many classics courses at Miami University, especially those relating to the arts. His research has been published in academic journals fo ...


Wallace Van Jackson

Wallace Van Jackson was an American librarian and civil rights activist. He was the director of several academic libraries over his career and was respected for developing collections that promoted the history of African Americans; he was also in ...


Ellen Van Volkenburg

Ellen Van Volkenburg, born Nellie Van Volkenburg in Battle Creek, Michigan, was a leading actress, director, puppeteer and theater educator in the United States and the UK. Educated at the University of Michigan, Van Volkenburg has been credited, ...


Eugene C. Woodruff

Woodruff served as the head football coach at the Agricultural College of the State of Montana–now known as Montana State University - in Bozeman, Montana for one season in 1900.


Lisa Yaszek

Lisa Yaszek is an American academic in the field of science fiction films, particularly the history and cultural implications of the genre and underrepresented groups in science fiction, including women and people of color. She is a professor in ...


University of Michigan School of Education alumni


Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy alumni


Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies alumni


University of Michigan School of Information alumni


University of Michigan School of Kinesiology alumni


University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts alumni


University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance alumni


University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment alumni


Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design alumni


University of Michigan College of Pharmacy alumni


Kathleen Slaugh Bahr


William L. Slout

William Lawrence Slout was a professor of theater at California State University, San Bernardino. He wrote Olympians of the Sawdust Circle and other reference books on circus history.


Ted Casteel



Graphium is a genus of fungi in the family Microascaceae. Many species are known as plant pathogens. Graphium belongs to the group hyphomycetes and has about 20 species. They are found in soil, plant debris, woody substrate, manure, and polluted ...


Saginaw Valley State Cardinals womens basketball players


Cliff Roquemore

Cliff Roquemore was an American writer, producer and director. Principally active in Detroit theater, he was also involved with the production of several blaxploitation films, including The Human Tornado, Petey Wheatstraw and Disco Godfather. Roq ...


Frank Pergolizzi

Frank Pergolizzi is an American college athletic administrator director and former American football coach. He is the athletic director at Husson College in Bangor, Maine, a position he has held since 2013. Pergolizzi served as the head football ...


Concordia Cobbers womens soccer players


Clarence Luther Herrick

Clarence Luther Herrick was a geologist and neurologist who served as the second president of the University of New Mexico.

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