- Dennis R.
Appleyard, Class of 1961; Co-author International Economics, 4th Edition.
- William Hsiao, Class of
1963; Professor of Economics, Harvard University School of
- Frederick Henry Koch, Class of 1900; Considered the founder of American folk drama.
- Bob Michael, Dean of the Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago.
- Ezra Vogel, Class of 1950; Former Professor at Harvard University. Author of Japan's New Middle Class(1963),
Japan as Number One(1979), The Four Little Dragons (1991) and Is Japan Still Number One?(2000).
- James R. Walker, Class of 1974; chair of the Department of Economics at the University of Wisconsin.
- Frank Sherwood Rowland, Class of 1948; Chemistry
- James F. Huhn, Class of 1937; pioneer in the reseach of synthetic fibers and plastics.
- Thomas R. Tritton, Class of 1969; President of Haverford
College, PA, 1997-present.
- Karl Tinsley Waugh, Class of 1900; President of Dickinson
College, PA, 1931-1933.
- Edwin Holt Hughes, President of Depauw University, IN,
- Francis John McConnell, President of Depauw University, IN,
- George Richmond Grose, President of Depauw University, IN,
- Richard Franklin Rosser, Class of 1951; President of Depauw
University, IN, 1977-1986.
- Isaac Crook, Class of 1856; President of Ohio University, OH,
- Edward D. Miller, MD, Class of 1964; 13th Dean of The Johns Hopkins
School of Medicine.
- Charles M. Austing, Class of 1903; first President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
- Branch Rickey, Class of 1904; general manager of the Saint Louis Cardinals, Brooklyn Dodgers, and Pittsburgh Pirates
who pioneered the farm system and racially integrated Major
League Baseball by signing Jackie Robinson for the Dodgers.
- Lucy Webb Hayes, Class of 1850; wife of Rutherford B. Hayes, who served as U.S. President from 1877 to 1881.
- Charles Fairbanks, Class of 1872; Vice President of the United States
under Theodore Roosevelt.
- Arthur Fleming, former
Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Served under presidents Franklin Roosevelt through Ronald Reagan.
- Horace Newton Allen, Class of 1878; diplomat.
Tahir-Kheli, Class of 1961; Special Assistant to the President and National Security Council.
- Mabel Cratty, Class of 1890, Leader of Young Women's Christian Association in its early days.
- Mary King, Class of 1962; civil rights
- Norman Vincent Peale, Class of 1920; minister, author
of The Power of Positive Thinking (1952), The Art of Living (1937), Confident Living (1948), and This Incredible Century
- William M. Brooks,
Class of 1976; Director of the Civil Rights Litigation Clinic.
- Winston Franklin, led efforts to promote interacial understanding with Charles F. Kettering Foundation.
- Richard North Patterson, Class of 1968;
- Robert Edwin Lee, Class of 1939; playwright and lyricist.
- Judge Richard Hodge, Class of 1960; Judge at California Superior Court.
- Judge Charles Richey, Class of 1945; late Federal US District Judge, appointed by Richard Nixon and involved in Watergate trial.
- Fred Baron, Class of 1976; producer of Moulin Rouge; current executive producer for the BBS According to
- Jim Berry, Class of 1955; National
- Amelia Bigham, Class of 1890; Broadway actress in The Power of Gold, The Shaughraun, The Colleen Bawn,
The Village Postmaster, Captain Impudence; indicted into the Ohio Hall of Fame.
- Frank Corrado, Class of 1968; actor (American Conservatory Theatre, Denver Center, Berkeley Rep, McCarter, Long Wharf).
- Anne Flanagan, Class of 1987; film, TV actor/writer (The Comedy Store, Disclosure, Tracey Ullman Show,
- Clark Gregg, Class of 1984; actor, director, screenwriter (A Few Good Men, Spanish Prisoner, What Lies
Beneath, West Wing).
- Gerald Kline, Class of 1966; TV, film, stage actor (Law and Order, All My Children,) Screen Actors Guild (SAG)
and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) Board member.
- Ron Leibman, Class of 1958; Emmy, Tony-winning actor (Angels in America, "Norma Rae", "Slaughterhouse Five", "Friends").
- Wendie Malick, Class of 1972; film, TV actor (Just Shoot Me
(NBC), Dream On (HBO)).
- Melvin Van Peebles, Class of 1953; actor and
director,Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971)
- Robert Pine, Class of 1963; TV, film actor (CHiPs, Murder, She Wrote, Hoover vs. the Kennedys, Six
- Wayne Turney, Class of 1968; Emmy-winning Actor (Hickory Hideout, Cleveland Play House, Actors' Theatre
- Patricia Wettig, Class of 1974; Emmy-winning actor (thirty something, The Langoliers, City Slickers,
- Eric Winzenried, Class of 1988; film, TV actor (ER, The Untouchables, Zoolander, Austin
- Cynthia Davidson,
Class of 1974; editor of architecture magazine ANY.
- Mildred Gillars, Class of 1922, Radio Berlin announcer and actress during World War II.
- Susan Headden, Class of
1977; Pulitzer Prize reporter.
- Colin McMahon, Class of
1985; Foreign Editor, Chicago Tribune.
- Gregory L. Moore, Class of 1976; managing editor of The Boston
- Byron Pitts, Class of 1982; CBS
- Orra E. Monnette, Class of 1897; author and banker, co-founder
and co-chairman, Bank of America, Los Angeles.
- George Conrades, Class
- Nicholas E. Calio, Class of 1975; Citigroup's Senior Vice President for
Global Government Affairs.
- Robert Dellinger, Class of 1982; CFO of Sprint, a global communications
- Clay G. Small, Class of 1972; CEO of Pepsi Bottling Group.
- Martha Rooney Webb, Class of 1991; director at the Seed Foundation, a foundation designed to benefit urban children.
- Frank Stanton, Class of 1930; former CBS CEO between 1945-1973.
- Gregory Wilson, Class of
1974; principal at McKinsey & Company in Washington,
- Robert M. Best, Class of
1944; chairman and CEO, Security Mutual Life.