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Harold Varmus WF ’61, National Medal of Science, 2001, Biological Sciences

Karen K. Uhlenbeck WF ’64, National Medal of Science, 2000, Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences

Dennis P. Sullivan WF ’63, National Medal of Science, 2004, Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences

Stephen J. Lippard WF ’62, National Medal of Science, 2004, Chemistry

Roald Hoffmann WF ’58, National Medal of Science, 1983, Chemistry

Peter M. Goldreich WF ’60 H, National Medal of Science, 1995, Physical Sciences

Donald E. Knuth WF ’60, National Medal of Science, 1979, Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences

Sandra Faber WF ’66 H is the University Professor Emerita of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Faber was awarded the 2017 Gruber Cosmology Prize for her work which “established many of the foundational principles underlying the modern understanding of the universe on the largest scales.” The Cosmology Prize, awarded by the Gruber Foundation, acknowledges and encourages further exploration in a field that shapes the way we perceive and comprehend our universe. In 2011, Dr. Faber received the National Medal of Science for her contributions to the Physical Sciences. Read more about Dr. Faber here. 

Gordon H. Bower WF ’54, National Medal of Science, 2005, Behavioral and Social Science

Gary S. Becker  WF ’51, Presidential Medal of Freedom, Nobel Laureate in Economics, National Medalist of Science; University Professor, Departments of Economics & Sociology/the Business School, University of Chicago

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