Discover the notable alumni of University Of Maryland. The list includes people like Larry David, Sergey Brin, Kathleen Turner, Dianne Wiest & Connie Chung. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as media personalities, film & theater personalities, business people, scientists and writers etc.
Stephen KingStephen King
21 September 1947, American
Author
Sergey BrinSergey Brin
21 August 1973, Russian, American
Computer scientist

Kathleen TurnerKathleen Turner
19 June 1954, American
American film actress

Larry DavidLarry David
02 July 1947, American
 

Johnathon SchaechJohnathon Schaech
10 September 1969, American
Actor

Dianne WiestDianne Wiest
28 March 1948, American
Actress
David SimonDavid Simon
09 February 1960, American
Author

Connie ChungConnie Chung
20 August 1946, American
Journalist

Carly FiorinaCarly Fiorina
06 September 1954, American
Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Karl RoveKarl Rove
25 December 1950, American
Political Consultant
Aaron McGruderAaron McGruder
29 May 1974, American
Writer, Cartoonist & Public Speaker

Travis PastranaTravis Pastrana
08 October 1983, American
Stunt Performer
Jerri MantheyJerri Manthey
05 September 1970, American
Reality TV Personality

Herbert A. HauptmaHerbert A. Hauptman
14 February 1917, American
Mathematician

Lester R. BrownLester R. Brown
28 March 1934, American
Environmentalist
Christopher RomeroChristopher Romero
26 August 1977, American
Animator, Entrepreneur

Jim HensonJim Henson
24 September 1936, American
Television director, Film director, Film producer,
Jalen RoseJalen Rose
30 January 1973, American
Basketball player, Actor

Valerie SolanasValerie Solanas
09 April 1936, American
Writer

Vernon DavisVernon Davis
31 January 1984, American
American Football Player
Len BiasLen Bias
18 November 1963, American
Basketball player

Giuliana RancicGiuliana Rancic
17 August 1974, Italian, American
Actor, Journalist, Restaurateur
Gayle KingGayle King
28 December 1954, American
Radio personality, Journalist

Torrey SmithTorrey Smith
26 January 1989, American
Football Player

Eric SwalwellEric Swalwell
16 November 1980, American
Politician

Kevin PlankKevin Plank
13 August 1972, American
Businessperson
Robin QuiversRobin Quivers
08 August 1952, American
Officer, Journalist
Steve FrancisSteve Francis
21 February 1977, American
Basketball Players

James ClapperJames Clapper
14 March 1941, American
Military officer

George DantzigGeorge Dantzig
08 November 1914, American
Mathematician, Computer scientist, Statistician

Kirsten PowersKirsten Powers
14 December 1967, American
Newspaper Columnists
Boomer EsiasonBoomer Esiason
17 April 1961, American
Football Player

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Shawne MerrimanShawne Merriman
25 May 1984, American
American Football Player

Dominique DawesDominique Dawes
20 November 1976, American
Artistic gymnast

Samuel MuddSamuel Mudd
20 December 1833, American
Physician, Farmer, Politician

Alex LenAlex Len
16 June 1993, Ukrainian
Basketball player
Mike TiceMike Tice
02 February 1959, American
American football player

William C. McCoolWilliam C. McCool
23 September 1961, American
Officer, Astronaut, Aviator
Cal Ripken, Jr.Cal Ripken, Jr.
24 August 1960, American
Baseball player

Norman ChadNorman Chad
17 August 1958, American
Journalist

Charles FeffermanCharles Fefferman
18 April 1949, American
Mathematician, University teacher
University of Maryland or UMD as it is popularly called is a public research university located in the city of College Park, in Maryland. UMD is the largest university in its state and the largest in the Washington Metropolitan Area. From the time of its foundation in 1856, the University of Maryland has come a long way in positioning itself as one of the finest learning institutions in the area. Occupying an expansive 1250 acres, the campus is visually appealing with a documented approximate of 7500 trees. Driven by unparalleled excellence, the University of Maryland comprises of institutions that offer 127 undergraduate and 112 graduate degrees in several spaces of education. Programs are offered in Engineering, Agriculture, Business, Journalism, Social Sciences and so on. The esteemed faculty comprises of various scholars, researchers, academics and Nobel Prize Laureates who are well-established and notable in their respective fields of work. As per the U.S. News & World Report, admissions are classified as ‘more selective’ at the University of Maryland. The university has also been ranked 20th nationally among public universities as per the 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report. It has also secured the 52nd position in the world, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities in 2016. Larry David, Jim Henson and Connie Chung are some of its notable alumni, who have gone on to achieve abundantly in their professional lives. Here is a list of some more famous names who studied at University of Maryland.