This list of University of Georgia people includes alumni, affiliates and current students of the University of Georgia. Honorary degree recipients are not included.

The Georgia Arch, the historic icon and symbol of the University of Georgia, is recognized by UGA alumni, faculty, and students around the world.
The Georgia Arch, the historic icon and symbol of the University of Georgia, is recognized by UGA alumni, faculty, and students around the world.

Chief executives and presidents of the University of Georgia

Abraham Baldwin, Patriot and Founding Father, a founder and first president of the University of Georgia, representative to the U.S. Constitutional Convention, creating the United States of America, signer of the U.S. Constitution, and President pro tempore of the United States Senate
Abraham Baldwin, Patriot and Founding Father, a founder and first president of the University of Georgia, representative to the U.S. Constitutional Convention, creating the United States of America, signer of the U.S. Constitution, and President pro tempore of the United States Senate
Lyman Hall, physician, signer of the Declaration of Independence, member of the Continental Congress, Governor, and one of founders of the University of Georgia
Lyman Hall, physician, signer of the Declaration of Independence, member of the Continental Congress, Governor, and one of founders of the University of Georgia

Alumni

Arts, media and entertainment

Natasha Trethewey, United States Poet Laureate 2012, 2014, Pulitzer Prize winner 2007, Heinz Award in Arts and Humanities 2017
Natasha Trethewey, United States Poet Laureate 2012, 2014, Pulitzer Prize winner 2007, Heinz Award in Arts and Humanities 2017
Ryan Seacrest, Emmy Award-winning television host, radio personality, actor and producer
Ryan Seacrest, Emmy Award-winning television host, radio personality, actor and producer
Kyle Chandler, Primetime Emmy Award-winning actor
Wayne Knight, actor known for parts in Seinfeld,  Jurassic Park and others
Wayne Knight, actor known for parts in Seinfeld, Jurassic Park and others
Stuart Woods, Edgar Award winning-American novelist
Stuart Woods, Edgar Award winning-American novelist
Kim Basinger, winner of the BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress
Alton Brown, chef, author, television personality, actor, cinematographer, host of Good Eats and other food related shows, here host at the 2011 Texas Book Festival, Austin, Texas
Alton Brown, chef, author, television personality, actor, cinematographer, host of Good Eats and other food related shows, here host at the 2011 Texas Book Festival, Austin, Texas
Danger Mouse (Brian Joseph Burton), Grammy Award-winning musician, songwriter and record producer
Danger Mouse (Brian Joseph Burton), Grammy Award-winning musician, songwriter and record producer
R.E.M., a winner of Grammy, Billboard Music, MTV Video Music, and other Awards after Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Bill Berry connected during their time at the University of Georgia
R.E.M., a winner of Grammy, Billboard Music, MTV Video Music, and other Awards after Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Bill Berry connected during their time at the University of Georgia
Brandon Stanton, The New York Times Best Selling author and one of Time's "30 Under 30 People Changing The World" visits President Barack Obama at the White House

Business and industry

Tom Cousins, real estate developer and philanthropist whose model of community redevelopment is being implemented in cities all over the country through a non profit program he founded with Warren Buffett called Purpose Built Communities
Tom Cousins, real estate developer and philanthropist whose model of community redevelopment is being implemented in cities all over the country through a non profit program he founded with Warren Buffett called Purpose Built Communities
Billy Payne, former president and CEO of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games and responsible for bringing the 1996 Summer Olympics to Atlanta, Georgia; managing director at New York-based investment bank Gleacher & Company; Vice Chairman of Bank of America and other companies; member of the Board of Directors of Lincoln National Corporation and other companies
Billy Payne, former president and CEO of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games and responsible for bringing the 1996 Summer Olympics to Atlanta, Georgia; managing director at New York-based investment bank Gleacher & Company; Vice Chairman of Bank of America and other companies; member of the Board of Directors of Lincoln National Corporation and other companies

Economics and finance

Eugene R. Black Sr. was President of the World Bank, chairman of the Brookings Institution, Special Adviser to the President on Southeast Asian Social and Economic Development, board member multiple corporations and foundations, honorary Doctor of Laws from Princeton University, Chair of the Peabody Award Board of Jurors
Eugene R. Black Sr. was President of the World Bank, chairman of the Brookings Institution, Special Adviser to the President on Southeast Asian Social and Economic Development, board member multiple corporations and foundations, honorary Doctor of Laws from Princeton University, Chair of the Peabody Award Board of Jurors

Educators

Government and the law

Former Governor Zell Miller was founder of the HOPE Scholarship.
Former Governor Zell Miller was founder of the HOPE Scholarship.
Former Governor Nathaniel Harris was the founder of Georgia Institute of Technology.
Former Governor Carl Sanders, a founder and Chairman of Troutman Sanders international law firm
Former Governor Carl Sanders, a founder and Chairman of Troutman Sanders international law firm

Media and journalism

Deborah Roberts, host of ABC's Good Morning America
Entertainment Tonight host Julie Moran and singer Kelly Clarkson at the 2009 American Music Awards

Medicine

Crawford Long, the inventor of anesthesia
Crawford Long, the inventor of anesthesia

Military

Eugene E. Habiger, United States Air Force four-star general who served as Commander in Chief, United States Strategic Command, Director of Security and Emergency Operations, U.S. Department of Energy
Eugene E. Habiger, United States Air Force four-star general who served as Commander in Chief, United States Strategic Command, Director of Security and Emergency Operations, U.S. Department of Energy

Ministry and religion

Scientific research

Sports

John Isner, professional tennis player with 14 career singles titles
John Isner, professional tennis player with 14 career singles titles
Keren Siebner, Israeli gold medal swimmer
Keren Siebner, Israeli gold medal swimmer
Bill Goldberg, American professional wrestler, actor, football player and color commentator
Bill Goldberg, American professional wrestler, actor, football player and color commentator
Bubba Watson, won at the Masters Tournament in 2012 and 2014, career-high 2nd place in the Official World Golf Ranking
Bubba Watson, won at the Masters Tournament in 2012 and 2014, career-high 2nd place in the Official World Golf Ranking

Distinguished faculty and staff

The University of Georgia has boasted many distinguished researchers and scholars on its faculty. Notable past and present faculty and staff include:

Administration

Arts and humanities

Dean Rusk, United States Secretary of State and University of Georgia law professor
Dean Rusk, United States Secretary of State and University of Georgia law professor

Education

Mathematics

Scientific research

Sports

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