Alvin Plantinga is an analytic philosopher best known for his work in the fields of epistemology, philosophy of religion, and logic. He has also served as a professor at institutions like the University of Notre Dame. From 1983 to 1986, he served as the Society of Christian Philosophers' president and is sometimes regarded as the greatest Christian philosopher alive.
Nobel Prize-winning US physicist Samuel C. C. Ting is best known for co-discovering the J/ψ meson nuclear particle. He taught the prestigious Columbia University and MIT. He was associated with CERN in Geneva, too. He is also known for his pioneering research on the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer.
Thomas Huckle Weller was an American virologist best remembered for his work that enabled the cultivation of polio viruses in a test tube, for which he received the prestigious 1954 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine alongside Frederick Chapman Robbins and John Franklin Enders. Thomas Huckle Weller was also the recipient of E. Mead Johnson Award and George Ledlie Prize.
Rebecca Bross is an American artistic gymnast best known for winning two gold medals in the Pan American Games and five gold medals in the Pacific Rim Championships. She also represented the United States in World Championships where she won three silver medals and three bronze medals. Although Rebecca Bross has not officially retired, she has not competed since 2012.