Discover the notable alumni of Duke University. The list includes people like Richard Nixon, Seth Curry, Tim Cook, Mike Posner & Rand Paul. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as intellectuals & academics, writers, scientists, media personalities and sportspersons etc.
Seth CurrySeth Curry
23 August 1990, American
Basketball Player
Richard NixonRichard Nixon
09 January 1913, American
37th President of the United States

Tim CookTim Cook
01 November 1960, American
CEO of Apple Inc.

Cody KoCody Ko
22 November 1990, Canadian
Viner, YouTuber

Rand PaulRand Paul
07 January 1963, American
US Senator

Mike PosnerMike Posner
12 February 1988, American
Singer-songwriter, Record Producer
Ron PaulRon Paul
20 August 1935, American
 

Judy WoodruffJudy Woodruff
20 November 1946, American
Journalist

Ken WilberKen Wilber
31 January 1949, American
Writer, Philosopher

John W. CampbellJohn W. Campbell
08 June 1910, American
Science Fiction Writer
Paul FarmerPaul Farmer
26 October 1959, American
 

Britt NicoleBritt Nicole
02 August 1985, American
Singer, Songwriter
Charles Hard TownesCharles H. Townes
28 July 1915, American
Physicist

Bob WiseBob Wise
06 January 1948, American
Former Governor of West Virginia

Robert Coleman RichardsonRobert Coleman Richardson
26 June 1937, American
Physicist
Hans Georg DehmeltHans Georg Dehmelt
09 September 1922, German, American
Physicist

Matthew PatrickMatthew Patrick
15 November 1986, American
YouTuber
Cherry SeabornCherry Seaborn
06 May 1992, British
Ed Sheeran’s Fiancée, Field Hockey Player

Cerina FairfaxCerina Fairfax
1978 AD, American
Justin Edward Fairfax's Wife

Grant HillGrant Hill
05 October 1972, American
Art collector, Basketball player
Jabari ParkerJabari Parker
15 March 1995, American
Basketball player

Richard BrakeRichard Brake
30 November 1964, American, Welsh
Actor
Charlie RoseCharlie Rose
05 January 1942
television presenter, journalist

Carlos BoozerCarlos Boozer
20 November 1981, American
Basketball player

William Kennedy SmithWilliam Kennedy Smith
04 September 1960, American
Physician

Eric BollingEric Bolling
02 March 1963, American
Presenter, Television presenter, Baseball player,
Bailey ChaseBailey Chase
01 May 1972, American
Actor
Shane BattierShane Battier
09 September 1978, American
Basketball player

Travis Lane StorkTravis Lane Stork
09 March 1972, American
Presenter

Ben MulroneyBen Mulroney
09 March 1976, Canadian
Actor, Television presenter

Jerome BrunerJerome Bruner
01 October 1915, American
Psychologist, University teacher
Kyle SinglerKyle Singler
04 May 1988, American
Basketball player

William StyronWilliam Styron
11 June 1925, American
military personnel, novelist, autobiographer,

Russell KirkRussell Kirk
19 October 1918, American
Political scientist, Philosopher, Literary critic,

Fred BrooksFred Brooks
19 April 1931, American
Mathematician, Computer scientist, Engineer,

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Andrew BaldwinAndrew Baldwin
05 February 1977, American
Biologist, Officer, Model
Larry KlaymanLarry Klayman
20 July 1951, American
Lawyer

John SiricaJohn Sirica
19 March 1904, American
Lawyer, Judge
Scott GuthrieScott Guthrie
06 February 1975, American
Programmer, Computer scientist

John Hope FranklinJohn Hope Franklin
02 January 1915, American
Historian, University teacher, Author, Professor,

Ricardo LagosRicardo Lagos
02 March 1938, Chilean
Lawyer, Economist, Politician, Professor, Diplomat
Nathaniel PhilbrickNathaniel Philbrick
11 June 1956, American
Writer, Historian

Walter RudinWalter Rudin
02 May 1921, American
Mathematician, University teacher
Dave SimeDave Sime
25 July 1936, American
Athletics competitor

Jeffrey VitterJeffrey Vitter
13 November 1955, American
Computer scientist, Engineer

Bill GrossBill Gross
13 April 1944, American
Entrepreneur, Financier

Situated in Dunham, North Carolina is the private research institute, Duke University. The university enjoys a total campus area of 8,600 acres including its three adjoining campuses. The ever-so-popular university enjoys its consistent inclusion among the best universities in the world as per several international university rankings. According to a New York Times corporate study, Duke University’s graduates are presented as the most sought-after and valued in the world. The university also ranks fifth to have created the most Rhodes, Marshall, Truman and Goldwater Scholars, among national universities. Duke University has spread its roots across the globe with partnerships, tie-ups and expansion in various countries such as China and Singapore. Being one of the ten toughest universities to get into in the U.S., according to Huffington Post, the campus comprises of niche, handpicked students who have displayed academic excellence. Even the excellent panel of faculty is handpicked to ensure that the students have access to one of the best education opportunities that the country has to offer. Duke University was deemed 8th in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report ranking of undergraduate programs at doctorate granting institutions in the country. With a student body comprising of almost 15,000 students, Duke University’s diversity adds profundity and depth in enriching the life of each student. The university also boasts and impressive list of alumni’s from the likes of President Richard Nixon to Charlie Rose to Tim Cook to Ken Jeong. Presenting to you, a complete list of achievers from Duke University.