List of Oberlin College and Conservatory people

This list of Oberlin College and Conservatory People contains links to Wikipedia articles about notable alumni of and other people connected to Oberlin College, including the Conservatory of Music.

Contents

Notable alumniEdit

Nobel laureatesEdit

Pulitzer PrizeEdit

Academy, Grammy, Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe awardsEdit

MacArthur FellowsEdit

The following alumni are fellows of the MacArthur Fellows Program from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. As this is an interdisciplinary award, they are listed here in addition to their listing in their field of accomplishment.

AcademiaEdit

BusinessEdit

PremiersEdit

LegislatorsEdit

MayorsEdit

Executive councilEdit

DiplomatsEdit

  • John Mercer Langston (1849), U.S. Congressman representing Virginia's 4th Congressional District; US minister to Haiti under president Rutherford B. Hayes
  • Edwin O. Reischauer (1931), U.S. Ambassador to Japan, 1961–1966
  • Marcie Berman Ries (1972), U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria (October 1, 2012–present)
  • Carl Rowan (1947), U.S. ambassador to Finland (1963); deputy assistant Secretary of State under President Kennedy; director of U.S. Information Agency under President Johnson
  • John S. Service (1931), foreign service officer, China Hand
  • Durham Stevens (1871), assassinated diplomat to Japan
  • Tsiang Tingfu (1918), ambassador from Republic of China to Russia (1936–1938), United Nations (1947–1962), and USA (1962–1965)

OtherEdit

ActivistsEdit

JournalismEdit

Broadcast mediaEdit

Print and onlineEdit

LiteratureEdit

Visual and performing artsEdit

Film and televisionEdit

Stage theaterEdit

MusicEdit

Visual artsEdit

ReligionEdit

ScienceEdit

See also: Nobel laureates

Notable facultyEdit

HumanitiesEdit

FrenchEdit

HistoryEdit

LiteratureEdit

PhilosophyEdit

TheologyEdit

Visual art and performanceEdit

Social scienceEdit

AnthropologyEdit

EconomicsEdit

SociologyEdit

Natural scienceEdit

PhysicsEdit

GeologyEdit

Environmental scienceEdit

ZoologyEdit

MusicEdit

CompositionEdit

PerformanceEdit

Music theoryEdit

VoiceEdit

AdministrationEdit

PresidentsEdit

AthleticsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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