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List of University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign people

This is a list of notable people associated with the American University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Bill Gates noted in a February 2004 speech that Microsoft hires more alumni of the university than from any other university in the world [1]. Notable people associated with the university have founded Oracle Corporation, Playboy, Netscape, PayPal, YouTube, AMD, Malwarebytes, and Siebel Systems. Notable people have invented the LED, integrated circuit, transistor, MRI, and the plasma screen.

Notable alumni

Not all listed alumni graduated from the University, and are so noted if the information is known.

Nobel Prize winners

Pulitzer Prize winners

Academia

College presidents and vice-presidents

College provosts and vice provosts

Distinguished professors and scholars

Performing arts

Architecture

Art

Astronauts

Business

Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker

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Engineering and technology

Panorama of the Bardeen Quad

Literature

Journalism and non-fiction broadcasting

Media

Military

Music

Politics

Science and mathematics

Sports

Administration

Baseball

Basketball

Football

Golf

Wrestling

Olympics

Notable faculty

Presidents

Nobel laureates

Pulitzer Prize winners

Other

See also

References

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