University of Indianapolis alumni

Posted May 3, 2011
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  1. Adam Driver
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    Adam Driver

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    Adam Douglas Driver (born November 19, 1983) is an American actor. He made his Broadway debut in Mrs. Warren's Profession (2010). He returned to Broadway in the 2011 production of Man and Boy and made his feature film debut in J. Edgar (2011). Driver appeared in supporting roles in a wide range of films, most notably in Lincoln (2012), Frances Ha (2012) and Inside Llewyn Davis (2013). In 2014, Driver starred in While We're Young and won the Volpi Cup for his role in Hungry Hearts.


  2. Katie Stam
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    Katie Stam

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    Katie R. Stam Irk is an American beauty queen from Seymour, Indiana, who was crowned Miss America 2009.


  3. David Logan (basketball)
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    David Logan (basketball)

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    David Kyle Logan (born December 26, 1982) is an American-born Polish professional basketball player who currently plays for Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari of the Italian Serie A as a point guard.


  4. George Crowe
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    George Crowe

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    George Daniel Crowe (March 22, 1921 – January 18, 2011) was a Major League first baseman. He attended Franklin High School in Franklin, Indiana, graduated from Indiana Central College, now the University of Indianapolis, in 1943 and played baseball and basketball. He was the first Indiana "Mr. Basketball". He was a first baseman with a nine-year career from 1952–1953, 1955–1961 and played for the Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Cincinnati Redlegs and St. Louis Cardinals (all of the National League). Crowe hit 31 home runs in 1957, filling in most of the season for the injured Ted Kluszewski.


  5. David "Big Dave" DeJernett
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    David "Big Dave" DeJernett

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    David "Big Dave" DeJernett (February 12, 1912 – August 4, 1964) was a pioneer of integration in early basketball in the United States. He is best known for leading the integrated Washington Hatchets to the Indiana state title as a high school junior in the 1929-30 season.


  6. William Raspberry
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    William Raspberry

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    William Raspberry (October 12, 1935 – July 17, 2012) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated American public affairs columnist. He was also the Knight Professor of the Practice of Communications and Journalism at the Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke University. An African American, he frequently wrote on racial issues.


  7. Orel Oral
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    Orel Oral

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    Uğur Orel Oral (born September 26, 1979) is a Turkish former swimmer, who specialized in individual medley events. He is a two-time Olympian (2000 and 2004), and a seven-time NCAA Division II national champion while studying in the United States. He is also named Swimmer of the Year in Turkey in 2003 and 2004, and holds 15 Turkish records in the same stroke. Oral is a former varsity swimmer for the Indianapolis Greyhounds at the University of Indianapolis under his head coach Gary Kinkead (2000–2004).


  8. Jim Crowell
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    Jim Crowell

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    James Everette Crowell (born May 14, 1974 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is an American Major League Baseball pitcher who has played with the Cincinnati Reds (1997), Philadelphia Phillies (2004), and Florida Marlins (2005). Crowell played in the Toronto Blue Jays organization in 2007.


  9. Brad Brownell
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    Brad Brownell

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    Brad Brownell (born November 15, 1968) is an American college basketball coach and the current head basketball coach at Clemson University. Prior to coming to Clemson, he held the same position at Wright State and UNC Wilmington.


  10. Herman Spieth
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    Herman Spieth

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    Herman Spieth (21 August 1905 – 20 October 1988) was an American zoologist and university administrator. He was the first chancellor of the University of California, Riverside from 1956 to 1964. Originally hired as a professor in the Life Sciences Department, he was responsible for administering UCR's change from a liberal arts college to a major research university. Spieth Hall at UCR is named after him.


  11. Mikhail Petrenko
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    Mikhail Petrenko

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    Mikhail Petrenko is a Canadian Cinematographer (DOP). Ukrainian-born Mikhail graduated from University of Indianapolis and York University with BFA in Cinematography. Mikhail currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.


  12. Albert R. Hall
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    Albert R. Hall

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    Albert Richardson Hall (August 27, 1884 – November 29, 1969) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.


  13. Christine Howser
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    Christine Howser

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    Christine Howser (born 1965) is an author from Indiana, USA. After a prolonged hospitalization, she gave birth prematurely to twin sons named Steven and Timothy in October 1999, after 26 weeks of pregnancy. Both infants died shortly after. She used the experience to write her first book, A Different Kind of Mother, for bereaved parents, published in 2002. She holds an Associate's degree (1996) from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science in organizational leadership from University of Indianapolis (2007).


  14. Nathan Everett Pearson
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    Nathan Everett Pearson

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    Nathan Everett Pearson (1895–1982) was an American ichthyologist. He was a student of Carl H. Eigenmann at the University of Indiana. He traveled on the Mulford Expedition to the Amazon. He collected 6000 specimens, and discovered 25 new species.


  15. Eugene Holmes
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    Eugene Holmes

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    Eugene B. Holmes (March 7, 1932 - January 19, 2007) was an African American operatic baritone who sang with the New York City Opera, The New Metropolitan Opera and the Dusseldorf Opera.


  16. Albert Eugene Smith
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    Albert Eugene Smith

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    Albert Eugene (Gene) Smith (1907-1973) was a computing pioneer who worked for the U.S. Navy following World War II. He founded the Digital Computer Newsletter published by the Navy from 1948 through 1962. Smith also participated in the development of the COBOL programming language.


  17. Bill Friend
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    Bill Friend

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    Bill Friend (born July 14, 1949) has served as an Indiana State Representative since 1992. He is currently Majority Leader of the State House.


  18. Erika Celeste
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    Erika Celeste

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    Erika Celeste is a journalist who has worked in radio, print, and television since 1992. Among other things she has collected 2 Emmys, a Telly, and several AP Awards.


  19. John Kuan
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    John Kuan

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    John Kuan (Chinese: 關中; pinyin: Guān Zhōng; born 9 June 1940), also known as Kuan Chung, is a Taiwanese politician who was the former president of the Examination Yuan of the Republic of China in 2008-2014.


  20. Craig Bowden
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    Craig Bowden

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    Craig David Bowden (born June 18, 1968) is an American professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour and the Web.com Tour.


  21. Paul William Milhouse
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    Paul William Milhouse

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    Paul William Milhouse (31 August 1910, St. Francisville, Illinois - 12 March 2005, Franklin, Indiana) was an American Bishop of the Evangelical United Brethren Church (E.U.B. Church), elected in 1960. When he died at the age of 94 he was the last surviving U.M. Bishop elected by the E.U.B. denomination (which merged with the Methodist Church in 1968 to form the United Methodist Church).




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