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List of University of Arizona people

The following is a list of encyclopedic people associated with the University of Arizona. Notable alumni include a former U.S. Secretary of the Interior, the former U.S. Surgeon General, the creator of the television series Sesame Street and founder of Sesame Workshop, the owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Major League Baseball team, and several NASA astronauts.

Contents

  • Notable alumni and former students 1
    • Law, politics, and government 1.1
    • Religion 1.2
    • Academia 1.3
    • Arts and media 1.4
    • Business 1.5
    • Science and technology 1.6
    • Athletics 1.7
  • Notable faculty and staff 2
  • References 3

Notable alumni and former students

Law, politics, and government

Religion

Academia

Arts and media

Business

Science and technology

Athletics

Notable faculty and staff

References

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