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List of University of California, Los Angeles people

This is a list of notable present and former faculty, staff, and students of the University of California, Los Angeles − UCLA.

Contents

  • Notable alumni 1
    • Nobel laureates 1.1
    • Academia, science and technology 1.2
    • Arts and literature 1.3
    • Film, television and theater 1.4
    • Music 1.5
    • Business and law 1.6
    • Politics 1.7
    • Miscellaneous 1.8
  • Notable faculty 2
    • Nobel laureates 2.1
    • Social science, arts and humanities 2.2
    • Science and technology 2.3
    • Politics 2.4
    • Medicine 2.5
    • Business 2.6
    • Law 2.7
  • Athletics 3
    • Hall of Famers in major team sports 3.1
      • National Baseball Hall of Fame 3.1.1
      • Pro Football Hall of Fame 3.1.2
      • Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame 3.1.3
    • Students 3.2
      • Baseball 3.2.1
      • Basketball 3.2.2
      • Football 3.2.3
      • Golf 3.2.4
      • Soccer 3.2.5
      • Tennis 3.2.6
      • Gymnastics 3.2.7
      • Track and field 3.2.8
      • Volleyball 3.2.9
      • Water polo 3.2.10
      • Other 3.2.11
    • Athletic directors 3.3
    • Basketball coaches 3.4
    • Football coaches 3.5
    • Miscellaneous coaches 3.6
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Notable alumni

Nobel laureates

Ralph Bunche in 1963

Academia, science and technology

Arts and literature

Film, television and theater

Sean Astin was a 2011 commencement speaker at UCLA.
Rob Reiner in 1988

Music

Business and law

Politics

Miscellaneous

Notable faculty

Nobel laureates

Social science, arts and humanities

Science and technology

Politics

Medicine

Business

  • Mark A.R. Kleiman – professor of public policy, noted expert on crime and drug policy[72]
  • William Ouchi – professor of management and best-selling author[73]

Law

Athletics

Hall of Famers in major team sports

National Baseball Hall of Fame

Pro Football Hall of Fame

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Students

Baseball

Basketball

Don Barksdale, Hall of Fame basketball player
Lew Alcindor, six-time NBA champion
Bill Walton, NBA MVP, Hall of Famer

Football

Troy Aikman, three-time NFL champion

Golf

Soccer

Tennis

Gymnastics

Track and field

  • Evelyn Ashford – Olympic track and field athlete and multiple gold medalist[278]
  • Ato Boldon – Olympic track and field athlete 1997 200 meter World Champion and four-time Olympic Sprint medalist[279]
  • Gail Devers – track and field runner; multiple Olympic gold medalist[280]
  • Millard Hampton – track and field athlete, gold (4X100 relay) and silver (200 meters) medalist in the 1976 Montreal Olympics[281]

Volleyball

Water polo

Other

Athletic directors

  • Fred Cozens – Director of Physical Education and Athletics (1919–1942), first basketball (1919–1921) and football (1919) head coach[293]
  • Dan Guerrero, B.A. 1974 – athletic director (2002– )[294]
  • Wilbur Johns, 1925 – athletic director (1948–1963), men's basketball head coach (1939–1948), basketball player[295]
  • [296]

Basketball coaches

  • Steve Alford – men's basketball head coach (2013– )[297]
  • Frank Arnold – men's basketball assistant coach
  • Gene Bartow – men's basketball head coach (1975–1977)[298]
  • Larry Brown – men's basketball head coach (1979–1981), member of the Basketball Hall of Fame[299]
  • Tasha Butts – women's basketball assistant coach[300]
  • Nikki Caldwell – women's basketball head coach (2008–2011)[301]
  • Denny Crum, 1958 – men's basketball assistant coach (1963–1971), player (1956–1958), member of the Basketball Hall of Fame[302]
  • Gary Cunningham – men's basketball head coach (1977–1979), basketball player (1960–1962)[303]
  • Donny Daniels – men's basketball assistant coach (2003–2010)[304]
  • Larry Farmer – men's basketball head coach (1981–1984), basketball player (1970–1973)[305]
  • Mark Gottfried – men's basketball assistant coach (1987–1995)
  • Jim Harrick – men's basketball head coach (1988–1996)[306]
  • Walt Hazzard – men's basketball head coach (1984–1988), basketball player (1961–1964), NBA and Olympic player[307]
  • Jack Hirsch – men's basketball assistant coach (1984–1988), player (1961–1964)[308]
  • Brad Holland, B.A. 1979 – men's basketball assistant coach (1988–1992), player (1975–1979)[309]
  • Michael Holton – men's basketball assistant coach (1996–2001), player (1979–1983)[310]
  • Ben Howland – men's basketball head coach (2003–2013); 2006 Pac-10 Coach of the Year[311]
  • Chad Kammerer – men's basketball assistant coach[312]
  • Kerry Keating – men's basketball assistant coach (2003–2007)[313]
  • Steve Lavin – men's basketball head coach (1996–2003)[314]
  • Gerald Madkins – men's basketball assistant coach, player[315]
  • Philip Mathews – men's basketball assistant coach (2010– )[316]
  • Billie Moore – women's basketball head coach (1977–1993), member of the Basketball Hall of Fame[317]
  • Kevin O'Connor – men's basketball assistant coach (1979–1984)
  • Lorenzo Romar – men's basketball assistant coach (1992–1996)
  • Jim Saia – men's basketball assistant coach[318]
  • Kenny Washington – first women's basketball head coach (1974), basketball player (1963–1966)
  • Greg White – men's basketball assistant coach (1995–1996)
  • Sidney Wicks – men's basketball assistant coach (1984–1988), player (1968–1971)[319]
  • John Wooden – men's basketball head coach (1948–1975), won 10 NCAA championships, member of the Basketball Hall of Fame[320]
  • Caddy Works – men's basketball head coach (1921–1939)
  • Ernie Zeigler – men's basketball assistant coach (2003–2006)[321]

Football coaches

Miscellaneous coaches

  • Adam Krikorian – men's and women's water polo coach, won 9 NCAA championships; assistant coach, won 1 NCAA championship; UCLA water polo player, won 1995 NCAA championship
  • Al Scates – men's volleyball coach, won 19 NCAA championships[346]
  • John Smith – track and field coach, inventor of the drive phase and world record holder at 440 yards (400 m) event

See also

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