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University of Notre Dame

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1842 by Fr. Edward Sorin and others of the Congregation of Holy Cross.

Location:
South Bend, IN

Founding Date:
1842

Motto:
Vita, Dulcedo, Spes

Team:
Fighting Irish

Mascot:
Leprechaun

Enrollment:
11,300

Official Website:
http://www.nd.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Cunningham Agee
Activist
1951   The Nurturing Network
William O. Albertini
Business
29-Jun-1943 28-Jun-2008 CFO of Bell Atlantic, 1991-97
Joseph P. Albright
Judge
8-Nov-1938 20-Mar-2009 WV Supreme Court Justice, 2001-09
William Allain
Politician
14-Feb-1928   Governor of Mississippi, 1984-88
Richard V. Allen
Government
1-Jan-1936   Reagan National Security Advisor
Bruce Babbitt
Politician
27-Jun-1938   Governor of Arizona, 1978-87
William C. Ballard, Jr.
Business
10-Sep-1940   CFO of Humana, 1970-92
Michael Baroody
Business
c. 1946   National Association of Manufacturers
Frank J. Belatti
Business
c. 1948   Founder of AFC Enterprises
James G. Berges
Business
c. 1947   President of Emerson Electric, 1999-2005
Brian A. Bernasek
Business
c. 1972   Partner, Carlyle Group
Angelo Bertelli
Football
18-Jun-1921 26-Jun-1999 Winner, 1943 Heisman Trophy
Jerome Bettis
Football
16-Feb-1972   The Bus
Tony Bill
Film Director
23-Aug-1940   Six Weeks
William D. Borders
Religion
9-Oct-1913 19-Apr-2010 Archbishop of Baltimore, 1974-89
Robert A. Bradtke
Diplomat
?   US Ambassador to Croatia
Tim Brown
Football
22-Jul-1966   Winner, 1987 Heisman Trophy
Michael G. Browning
Business
c. 1946   Browning Investments Inc.
Nick Buoniconti
Football
15-Dec-1940   NFL Hall of Famer
Charles Butterworth
Actor
26-Jul-1896 14-Jun-1946 This is the Army
Joseph J. Buttigieg III
Business
c. 1945   Vice Chairman of Comerica
Debra A. Cafaro
Business
15-Dec-1957   CEO of Ventas
Edward P. Campbell
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Nordson Corporation
Ellen Carnahan
Business
c. 1956   Seyen Capital Management
Edward P. Carville
Politician
14-May-1885 27-Jun-1956 Governor of Nevada, 1939-45
Dave Casper
Football
2-Feb-1952   NFL Hall of Famer
Paul R. Charron
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Liz Claiborne, 1996-2006
George Connor
Football
21-Jan-1925 31-Mar-2003 Chicago Bears tackle, Hall of Famer
Mark Consuelos
Actor
30-Mar-1970   1-800-Missing
J. Gary Cooper
Business
2-Oct-1936   US Ambassador to Jamaica, 1994-97
N. Patrick Crooks
Judge
16-May-1938   Justice, Wisconsin Supreme Court
Elden Curtiss
Religion
16-Jun-1932   Catholic Archbishop of Omaha
Adrian Dantley
Basketball
28-Feb-1956   Former NBA small forward
Phil Donahue
Talk Show Host
21-Dec-1935   The Phil Donahue Show
Joe Donnelly
Politician
28-Sep-1955   Congressman, Indiana 2nd
Art Donovan
Football
5-Jun-1925   Baltimore Colts defensive tackle
Tom Dooley
Activist
17-Jan-1927 18-Jan-1961 Deliver Us from Evil
José Napoleón Duarte
Head of State
23-Nov-1925 23-Feb-1990 President of El Salvador, 1984-89
Anthony F. Earley, Jr.
Business
29-Jul-1949   CEO of DTE Energy
P. Michael Ehlerman
Business
c. 1938   Chairman of Sovereign Bancorp
John Erlenborn
Politician
8-Feb-1927 30-Oct-2005 Congressman from Illinois, 1965-84
Charles Fahy
Attorney
27-Aug-1892 17-Sep-1979 Solicitor General, Appellate Judge
Michael Ferguson
Politician
22-Jul-1970   Congressman from New Jersey, 2001-09
Peter F. Flaherty
Politician
25-Jun-1924 18-Apr-2005 Mayor of Pittsburgh, 1970-77
Joe Flynn
Actor
8-Nov-1924 19-Jul-1974 Capt. Binghamton on McHale's Navy
Margaret M. Foran
Business
c. 1954   Chief Governance Officer, Prudential
W. Douglas Ford
Business
c. 1944   Former BP/Amoco executive
Jeff Fortenberry
Politician
27-Dec-1960   Congressman, Nebraska 1st
David W. Fox
Business
c. 1931   CEO of Northern Trust, 1990-95
Marye Anne Fox
Educator
9-Dec-1947   Chancellor, UC San Diego
David Freddoso
Journalist
c. 1976   National Review Online
Cyrus F. Freidheim
Business
c. 1936   CEO of Sun Times Media Group, 2006-09
Mark T. Gallogly
Business
c. 1957   Former Managing Director, Blackstone
Robert W. Galvin
Business
9-Oct-1922 11-Oct-2011 CEO of Motorola, 1959-90
Emilio M. Garza
Judge
1-Aug-1947   5th Circuit Court of Appeals
Joseph M. Gaydos
Politician
3-Jul-1926   Congerssman from Pennsylvania, 1968-93
John J. Gilligan
Politician
22-Mar-1921   Governor of Ohio, 1971-75
George Gipp
Football
18-Feb-1895 14-Dec-1920 Win one for the Gipper
Terence C. Golden
Business
c. 1944   CEO of Host Marriott, 1995-2000
Mike Golic
Football
12-Dec-1962   Commentator, former NFL tackle
Thomas M. Hagerty
Business
c. 1963   Thomas H. Lee Partners
E. R. Haggar
Business
18-Sep-1916 29-Sep-2004 President/CEO of Haggar Clothing Co.
Alexander Haig
Government
2-Dec-1924 20-Feb-2010 US Secretary of State, 1981-82
John Hall
Politician
23-Jul-1948   Congressman from New York, 2007-11
Thomas M. Hardiman
Judge
8-Jul-1965   3rd Circuit Court of Appeals
Leon Hart
Football
2-Nov-1928 24-Sep-2002 Winner, 1949 Heisman Trophy
Theodore Hesburgh
Educator
25-May-1917   President, University of Notre Dame, 1952-87
Dan Hesse
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Sprint Nextel
Catherine Hicks
Actor
6-Aug-1951   Annie Camden on 7th Heaven
Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr.
Judge
15-Dec-1944   Justice, Colorado Supreme Court
Paul Hornung
Football
23-Dec-1935   Green Bay Packer, Heisman winner
Donna Hrinak
Diplomat
c. 1950   US Ambassador, Latin America
John Huarte
Football
6-Apr-1944   Winner, 1964 Heisman Trophy
Joanne O. Isham
Government
27-Oct-1955   Career CIA, now at HPTi
John I. Jenkins
Educator
17-Dec-1953   President, University of Notre Dame
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Politician
3-Dec-1935   Congresswoman, Texas 30th
Thomas L. Judge
Politician
12-Oct-1934 8-Sep-2006 Governor of Montana, 1973-81
Charles F. Kane
Business
c. 1958   President of One Laptop Per Child
Christopher J. Kearney
Business
c. 1955   CEO of SPX Corporation
Mike Kelly
Politician
10-May-1948   Congressman, Pennsylvania 3rd
Paul J. Kelly, Jr.
Judge
6-Dec-1940   10th Circuit Court of Appeals
Joseph Kernan
Politician
8-Apr-1946   Governor of Indiana, 2003-05
Pete King
Politician
5-Apr-1944   Congressman, New York 3rd
Robert L. Koch II
Business
c. 1938   President of Koch Enterprises
Bill Laimbeer
Basketball
19-May-1957   Detroit Pistons #40, retired
Curly Lambeau
Football
9-Apr-1898 1-Jun-1965 Founder, Green Bay Packers
Johnny Lattner
Football
24-Oct-1932   Winner, 1953 Heisman Trophy
Frank Leahy
Football
27-Aug-1908 21-Jun-1973 Longtime Notre Dame Head Coach
Edward Leavy
Judge
14-Aug-1929   9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1987-97
Barry Lopez
Author
6-Jan-1945   Of Wolves and Men
F. Joseph Loughrey
Business
c. 1949   President and COO of Cummins
Johnny Lujack
Football
4-Jan-1925   Winner, 1947 Heisman Trophy
Charles J. Luken
Politician
18-Jul-1951   Twice Mayor of Cincinnati
Robert L. Lumpkins
Business
c. 1944   Vice Chairman of Cargill
Dan Lungren
Politician
22-Sep-1946   Congressman, California 3rd
Jeffrey Lunstead
Diplomat
c. 1947   US Ambassador to Sri Lanka, 2003-06
Richard E. Lyng
Business
29-Jun-1918 1-Feb-2003 US Secretary of Agriculture, 1986-89
David J. Lyon
Business
c. 1972   VP at D.E. Shaw & Co.
Dennis J. Manning
Business
Jan-1947   CEO of Guardian Life
William Mapother
Actor
17-Apr-1965   The Grudge
Romano L. Mazzoli
Politician
2-Nov-1932   Congressman from Kentucky, 1971-95
Bob McDonnell
Politician
15-Jun-1954   Governor of Virginia
Donald F. McGahn
Government
?   US FEC Commissioner
William McGurn
Government
4-Dec-1958   Chief speechwriter for Bush, 2005-08
Andrew J. McKenna
Business
17-Sep-1929   Owner of Schwarz Paper
John S. McKiernan
Politician
15-Oct-1911 9-Mar-1997 Governor of Rhode Island, 1950-51
John J. McMackin, Jr.
Business
10-Jan-1952   Partner, Williams & Jensen
Thomas E. McNamara
Diplomat
1940   US Ambassador to Colombia, 1988-91
William E. Miller
Politician
22-Mar-1914 24-Jun-1983 Congressman from New York, 1951-65
Joe Montana
Football
11-Jun-1956   San Francisco 49ers QB
James F. Mooney
Business
c. 1955   Former CFO Americas, IBM
Brian T. Moynihan
Business
9-Oct-1959   CEO, Bank of America
Andrew Napolitano
Pundit
6-Jun-1950   Senior Judicial Analyst, FOX News
Ralph Neas
Activist
17-May-1946   People for the American Way
Paul V. Niemeyer
Judge
5-Apr-1941   4th Circuit Court of Appeals
Lucio A. Noto
Business
1938   CEO of Mobil, 1994-99
Thomas H. O'Brien
Business
c. 1938   CEO of PNC Financial, 1988-2000
Edwin O'Connor
Novelist
29-Jul-1918 23-Mar-1968 The Last Hurrah
Joseph O'Neill
Business
c. 1945   O'Neill Properties
Steve Odland
Business
1959   CEO of Office Depot
Alan Page
Football
7-Aug-1945   Vikings and Bears defensive tackle
Gerald J. Pappert
Attorney
15-May-1963   Attorney General of Pennsylvania, 2003-05
Karl Peterson
Business
c. 1970   Texas Pacific Group, Hotwire.com
Regis Philbin
Talk Show Host
25-Aug-1931   Live with Regis & Kathie Lee and Kelly
Joseph A. Pichler
Business
2-Oct-1939   CEO of Kroger, 1990-2003
Percy A. Pierre
Educator
3-Jan-1939   President, Prairie View A&M University, 1983-89
Chris Policinski
Business
c. 1959   CEO of Land O'Lakes
Jonathan Pollard
Spy
7-Aug-1954   Spied for Israel
Philip J. Purcell
Business
5-Sep-1943   CEO of Morgan Stanley, 1997-2005
Brady Quinn
Football
27-Oct-1984   Cleveland Browns QB
Mark H. Rauenhorst
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Opus Corporation
Paul C. Reilly
Business
c. 1954   CEO of Korn/Ferry International, 2001-07
William F. Reilly
Business
c. 1937   President of PRIMEDIA, 1990-99
Condoleezza Rice
Government
14-Nov-1954   US Secretary of State, 2005-09
Donald B. Rice
Business
4-Jun-1939   Secretary of the US Air Force, 1989-93
Richard Riehle
Actor
12-May-1948   Walt Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Timothy J. Roemer
Politician
30-Oct-1956   9-11 Commission member
James E. Rohr
Business
18-Oct-1948   CEO of PNC Financial
Raul Romero
Business
1953   S&B Infrastructure
Don Roos
Screenwriter
14-Apr-1955   The Opposite of Sex
John F. Sandner
Business
3-Nov-1941   Past Chairman, Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Michael E. Shannon
Business
c. 1936   CFO of Ecolab, 1984-2000
William J. Shaw
Business
c. 1946   President & COO of Marriott, 1997-2009
Mark Shields
Columnist
25-May-1937   Shields and Brooks
Brian P. Short
Business
c. 1950   Leamington Co.
Matthew J. Slaughter
Economist
c. 1968   Council of Economic Advisers, 2005-07
William B. Smith
Business
c. 1944   Advisory Director, Morgan Stanley
Tom Sneddon
Attorney
c. 1941   DA in Michael Jackson case
Mark Souder
Politician
18-Jul-1950   Congressman from Indiana, 1995-2010
Nicholas Sparks
Novelist
31-Dec-1965   The Notebook
Ralph C. Stayer
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Johnsonville Sausage
Kenneth E. Stinson
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Peter Kiewit Sons, 1998-2005
James N. Sullivan
Business
1937   Vice Chairman of Chevron, 1989-2000
Francis X. Taylor
Government
?   Counterterrorism envoy, 2001-02
Joe Theismann
Football
9-Sep-1949   Washington Redskins QB
Frank W. Thomas
Football
15-Nov-1898 10-May-1954 Alabama Head Coach, 1931-46
Robert R. Thomas
Judge
7-Aug-1952   Illinois Chief Justice
John F. Turner
Government
3-Mar-1942   Asst. Secy. of State for Oceans, 2001-05
John B. Veihmeyer
Business
c. 1956   Deputy Chairman of KPMG
Peter Visclosky
Politician
13-Aug-1949   Congressman, Indiana 1st
James L. Wainscott
Business
c. 1956   CEO of AK Steel Holding
Steven T. Walther
Government
c. 1943   US FEC Commissioner
Stephen L. Weber
Educator
17-Mar-1942   President, San Diego State University
Charlie Weis
Football
30-Mar-1956   Head Coach, University of Kansas
George Wendt
Actor
17-Oct-1948   Norm on Cheers
Eric F. Wieschaus
Scientist
8-Jun-1947   Embryonic development of fruit flies
Ann C. Williams
Judge
16-Aug-1949   7th Circuit Court of Appeals
Charles R. Wilson
Judge
14-Oct-1954   11th Circuit Court of Appeals
Carl Yastrzemski
Baseball
22-Aug-1939   Red Sox left-fielder, 3000 hits, 400 homers
Francis Parker Yockey
Author
18-Sep-1917 16-Jun-1960 Imperium
Thomas L. Young
Business
c. 1944   President and CFO of Owens-Illinois, 2003-05
Mariel Zagunis
Sports Figure
3-Mar-1985   Fencing gold medalist
Edward G. Zubler
Inventor
12-Mar-1925 20-Mar-2004 Inventor of the halogen lamp

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Donald T. Critchlow
Historian
18-May-1948   The Conservative Ascendancy
John J. Gilligan
Politician
22-Mar-1921   Governor of Ohio, 1971-75
John I. Jenkins
Educator
17-Dec-1953   President, University of Notre Dame
Curtis Kamman
Diplomat
15-Jan-1939   US Ambassador to Colombia, 1997-2000
Douglas W. Kmiec
Scholar
24-Sep-1951   US Ambassador to Malta
Dan Lipinski
Politician
15-Jul-1966   Congressman, Illinois 3rd
Pat Manion
Radio Personality
1896 1979 Manion Forum
Gale W. McGee
Politician
17-Mar-1915 9-Apr-1992 US Senator from Wyoming, 1959-77
Jack R. Miller
Politician
6-Jun-1916 29-Aug-1994 US Senator from Iowa, 1961-73
John T. Noonan, Jr.
Judge
24-Oct-1926   9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1985-96
Michael Novak
Religion
9-Sep-1933   The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism
Harris Wofford
Politician
9-Apr-1926   US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1991-95

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank J. Belatti
Business
c. 1948   Founder of AFC Enterprises
Cathleen Black
Business
26-Apr-1944   New York City Schools Chancellor, 2010-11
J. P. Bolduc
Business
c. 1941   CEO of W. R. Grace, 1993-95
Gregory Q. Brown
Business
c. 1960   CEO of Motorola
Anthony F. Earley, Jr.
Business
29-Jul-1949   CEO of DTE Energy
W. Douglas Ford
Business
c. 1944   Former BP/Amoco executive
Marye Anne Fox
Educator
9-Dec-1947   Chancellor, UC San Diego
J. Peter Grace
Business
25-May-1913 19-Apr-1995 W.R. Grace scion
Enrique Hernandez, Jr.
Business
2-Nov-1955   Inter-Con Security Systems
Theodore Hesburgh
Educator
25-May-1917   President, University of Notre Dame, 1952-87
John I. Jenkins
Educator
17-Dec-1953   President, University of Notre Dame
Elizabeth T. Kennan
Business
c. 1938   President of Mt. Holyoke College, 1978-95
Joseph P. Kennedy
Business
6-Sep-1888 18-Nov-1969 Smuggler and patriarch of the Kennedy clan
Donald R. Keough
Business
4-Sep-1926   Chairman of Allen & Company
Thomas G. Labrecque
Business
17-Sep-1938 16-Oct-2000 CEO of Chase Manhattan, 1990-96
Pat Manion
Radio Personality
1896 1979 Manion Forum
Andrew J. McKenna
Business
17-Sep-1929   Owner of Schwarz Paper
William D. Mensch
Engineer
9-Feb-1945   Co-Designer, 6502 microprocessor
Newton N. Minow
Government
17-Jan-1926   FCC Chairman, 1961-63
Richard C. Notebaert
Business
1947   CEO of Qwest, 2002-07
Jane C. Pfeiffer
Business
29-Sep-1932   Chairman of NBC, 1978-81
Percy A. Pierre
Educator
3-Jan-1939   President, Prairie View A&M University, 1983-89
William F. Reilly
Business
c. 1937   President of PRIMEDIA, 1990-99
J. Christopher Reyes
Business
c. 1954   Reyes Holdings LLC
John F. Sandner
Business
3-Nov-1941   Past Chairman, Chicago Mercantile Exchange
William J. Shaw
Business
c. 1946   President & COO of Marriott, 1997-2009
Mark Shields
Columnist
25-May-1937   Shields and Brooks
Edward Sorin
Religion
6-Feb-1814 31-Oct-1893 Founder, University of Notre Dame
Ann C. Williams
Judge
16-Aug-1949   7th Circuit Court of Appeals
Carolyn Y. Woo
Educator
c. 1953   Dean, Mendoza College of Business

COACHES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Devine
Football
22-Dec-1924 9-May-2002 Packers, NCAA head coach
Lou Holtz
Football
6-Jan-1937   Head Coach, South Carolina, 1999-2004
Brian Kelly
Football
25-Oct-1961   Head Coach, University of Notre Dame
Frank Leahy
Football
27-Aug-1908 21-Jun-1973 Longtime Notre Dame Head Coach
Urban Meyer
Football
10-Jul-1964   Football Coach at Ohio State University
George O'Leary
Football
17-Aug-1946   Head Coach, U. of Central Florida
Ara Parseghian
Football
10-Mar-1923   Head Coach, Notre Dame, 1964-74
Digger Phelps
Basketball
4-Jul-1941   Notre Dame Head Coach, 1971-91
Knute Rockne
Football
4-Mar-1888 31-Mar-1931 Notre Dame Head Coach, 1918-30
Charlie Weis
Football
30-Mar-1956   Head Coach, University of Kansas
Tyrone Willingham
Football
30-Dec-1953   Head Football Coach, Washington Huskies


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