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Oct 21 2010
1 Steven Weinberg — Nobel Laureate in Physics, author 1030
2 Mack Brown — current head football coach 920
3 Ilya Prigogine — physicist and chemist, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 743
4 John A. Wheeler — physicist, Wolf Prize in Physics, coined the term 'black hole' 642
5 Barbara Jordan — the first black woman from a Southern state to serve in the U.S. House 623
6 Will Muschamp Football Defensive Coordinator 529
7 James Steinberg — Dean, LBJ School of Public Affairs 397
8 John Tate — mathematician, Wolf Prize in Mathematics 385
9 Greg Robinson — former football co-defensive coordinator 263
10 List of University of Texas at Austin alumni 254
11 Hermann Joseph Muller — geneticist, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 250
12 Charles Willard Moore — architect 233
13 Greg Davis — current football offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach 223
14 James K. Galbraith — head of the University of Texas Inequality Project at the LBJ School of Public Affairs 214
15 John Mackovic — former head football coach 211
16 David Buss — evolutionary psychology 196
17 Robert C. Solomon — professor of philosophy 193
18 William C. Powers — law professor, President of The University of Texas at Austin 167
19 Ian Hancock — linguist and Romani scholar 144
20 T. K. Seung — professor of philosophy, government, and law 143
21 Marvin Olasky — Journalist and conservative pundit 118
22 Rick Barnes — head basketball coach 117
23 Fred Akers — former head football coach 103
24 Brian Leiter — professor of philosophy and law 95
25 Augie Garrido — current baseball coach 94
26 Robert Kane — professor of philosophy 93
27 Bryce DeWitt — physicist, co-developed Wheeler-DeWitt equation ("wave function of the Universe") 86
28 John B. Goodenough — materials scientist whose research led to the first lithium ion battery 83
29 J. Frank Dobie — American folklorist, writer, and columnist 77
30 Linda Schele — expert in the field of Maya epigraphy and iconography 76
31 Karen Uhlenbeck — mathematician, National Medal of Science 74
32 Jonathan Dancy — professor of philosophy 68
33 Jody Conradt — former women's basketball coach 65
34 Gail Caldwell 61
35 DeLoss Dodds — current athletic director 56
36 Thomas Pangle professor of government 56
37 Hans Mark — aerospace engineer, former Deputy Administrator at NASA and Secretary of the Air Force 55
38 Scott Freeman — economist 54
39 Tara Smith — professor of philosophy 50
40 Gary Darnell — former football defensive coordinator 48
41 Marye Anne Fox — chemist, Chancellor of University of California, San Diego and formerly North Carolina State University 46
42 Edith Clarke — power engineer, developed the method of symmetrical components, first female professor of electrical engineering at The University of Texas at Austin 42
43 Eric J. Barron, former dean of College of Geosciences and current Direct of National Center for Atmospheric Research 38
44 Yale Patt, inventor of the WOS module, the first complex logic gate implemented on a single piece of silicon 38
45 Eugene C. Barker — Texas historian 35
46 Mark Sainsbury — professor of philosophy 33
47 Oran M. RobertsGovernor of Texas from January 21, 1879 to January 16, 1883 33
48 Paul Woodruff — professor of philosophy 33
49 Robert S. Boyer — professor of philosophy, computer science, and math 32
50 J. Evetts Haley — historian of the American West 32
51 Adi Bulsara, PhD, 1978 (physics) - a leading physicist in the area of nonlinear dynamics 30
52 Chad Oliverscience fiction and Western writer 28
53 List of University of Texas at Austin presidents 27
54 Madonna Constantine — Counseling Psychologist 24
55 Walter Dean Burnham — political scientist 23
56 David Heymann — architect 22
57 Roy Schwitters — physicist, former director of the now-defunct Superconducting Super Collider 22
58 Jonathan Sessler — chemist, pioneering work on expanded porphyrins 21
59 Franklin C. Crow — computer scientist 21
60 Willis Adcock — chemist, professor of electrical engineering, grew silicon boules for construction of the first silicon transistor at Texas Instruments 21
61 Mark Gunn- Associate Director of Technology 20
62 Bill Schelter — mathematician, Lisp developer 20
63 John Traphagan — anthropology 18
64 Ellen Spiro, award-winning documentary filmmaker 18
65 Ben G. Streetman — Dean, Cockrell School of Engineering 17
66 Harry Vandiver — mathematician 17
67 Lawrence Sager — Dean, School of Law 16
68 Chris Mackphotolithographist 14
69 William H. Jefferys — astronomer 12
70 Philip L. White — professor of Colonial America and Nationality, 1955-2000; Political Activist and Academic free-speech leader 11
71 A.P. Martinich — professor of philosophy (world renowned for his knowledge of Thomas Hobbes) 9
72 Darlene Grant — Associate Dean of Graduate Studies 7
73 Robert Lee Mills — educator and former president of Georgetown College, Kentucky 7
74 Elliott See — astronaut < 5
75 G.B. Halsted — mathematician < 5
76 David M. Oshinsky — historian and winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for History for Polio: An American Story. < 5
77 Frank W. McBee — mechanical engineer, co-founder of Tracor, Inc. < 5
78 Mark Anderlik — Baud rate specialist who discovered serial port cables in excess of 200 feet need baud rates of 4800 bps. < 5
79 Lawrence Speck — architect < 5
80 John Dzienkowski- professor of law and legal ethics scholar < 5

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