Sign the Statement: Truth Seeking, Democracy, and Freedom of … – James Madison Program

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The pursuit of knowledge and the maintenance of a free and democratic society require the cultivation and practice of the virtues of intellectual humility, openness of mind, and, above all, love of truth. These virtues will manifest themselves and be strengthened by one’s willingness to listen attentively and respectfully to intelligent people who challenge one’s beliefs and who represent causes one disagrees with and points of view one does not share.
That’s why all of us should seek respectfully to engage with people who challenge our views. And we should oppose efforts to silence those with whom we disagree—especially on college and university campuses. As John Stuart Mill taught, a recognition of the possibility that we may be in error is a good reason to listen to and honestly consider—and not merely to tolerate grudgingly—points of view that we do not share, and even perspectives that we find shocking or scandalous. What’s more, as Mill noted, even if one happens to be right about this or that disputed matter, seriously and respectfully engaging people who disagree will deepen one’s understanding of the truth and sharpen one’s ability to defend it.
None of us is infallible. Whether you are a person of the left, the right, or the center, there are reasonable people of goodwill who do not share your fundamental convictions. This does not mean that all opinions are equally valid or that all speakers are equally worth listening to. It certainly does not mean that there is no truth to be discovered. Nor does it mean that you are necessarily wrong. But they are not necessarily wrong either. So someone who has not fallen into the idolatry of worshiping his or her own opinions and loving them above truth itself will want to listen to people who see things differently in order to learn what considerations—evidence, reasons, arguments—led them to a place different from where one happens, at least for now, to find oneself.
All of us should be willing—even eager—to engage with anyone who is prepared to do business in the currency of truth-seeking discourse by offering reasons, marshaling evidence, and making arguments. The more important the subject under discussion, the more willing we should be to listen and engage—especially if the person with whom we are in conversation will challenge our deeply held—even our most cherished and identity-forming—beliefs.
It is all-too-common these days for people to try to immunize from criticism opinions that happen to be dominant in their particular communities. Sometimes this is done by questioning the motives and thus stigmatizing those who dissent from prevailing opinions; or by disrupting their presentations; or by demanding that they be excluded from campus or, if they have already been invited, disinvited. Sometimes students and faculty members turn their backs on speakers whose opinions they don’t like or simply walk out and refuse to listen to those whose convictions offend their values. Of course, the right to peacefully protest, including on campuses, is sacrosanct. But before exercising that right, each of us should ask: Might it not be better to listen respectfully and try to learn from a speaker with whom I disagree? Might it better serve the cause of truth-seeking to engage the speaker in frank civil discussion?
Our willingness to listen to and respectfully engage those with whom we disagree (especially about matters of profound importance) contributes vitally to the maintenance of a milieu in which people feel free to speak their minds, consider unpopular positions, and explore lines of argument that may undercut established ways of thinking. Such an ethos protects us against dogmatism and groupthink, both of which are toxic to the health of academic communities and to the functioning of democracies.
Robert P. George is McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.
Cornel West is Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy in the Divinity School and the Department of African and African- American Studies at Harvard University.
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Allison Stanger, Russell J. Leng ’60 Professor of International Politics and Economics, Middlebury College
Sir Roger Scruton, Writer and Philosopher; Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center, Washington, DC
Joshua T. Katz, Cotsen Professor in the Humanities, Professor of Classics, Princeton University
Sir Angus Deaton, Senior Scholar, Dwight D. Eisenhower Professor of Economics and International Affairs Emeritus, Princeton University; Presidential Professor of Economics, University of Southern California
Peter A. Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in the University Center for Human Values, Princeton University
Mary Ann Glendon, Learned Hand Professor of Law, Harvard University
Jay Parini, D.E. Axinn Professor of English and Creative Writing, Middlebury College
Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe, Distinguished University Professor, Texas A&M University; and Emeritus James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor, Princeton University
Adel Abadeer, Professor of Economics, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI
Miguel Aballe, PhD in Physics, Founding Partner, European Sustainability Platform
Joanne Abbey, retired
Keegan Abdoo – Vanderbilt University Class of 2016
Daniel Abosso, Librarian, Dartmouth College
Matthew Abraham, Professor of English, Department of English, University of Arizona
Cecilia E Abrams, Realtor
Michael Abramson, MD
Leonard J. Achenbach, Princeton University Class of 1960
Jenny Achuthan, concerned parent, Latin School of Chicago
Brian D. Adam, Professor, Oklahoma State University
T.H. Adamowski, Professor Emeritus, Department of English, University of Toronto
Bob Adams, CPA
Pritchard Adams, pasteur
William L. Adams, M.Ed, Elementary School Teacher
Steven H. Aden, Senior Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom
Mike Adkins, President, Adkins Aviation, inc.; Harvard MBA 1970
Chris Alder, Vice President of Quality, Praxis Packaging Solutions
Jonathan H. Adler, Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Judith Adler, Princeton mother class of 84; Princeton grandmother class of 2022; retired attorney
Frank Adshead, Middlebury College Class of 1968
N. Scott Adzick, M.D., C. Everett Koop Professor of Pediatric Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
John Agresto, President of St. John’s College and the American University of Iraq, Retired
Michael F. Ahern, Director, Corporate and Professional Education; Instructor, Foisie Business School, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Peter J. Ahrensdorf, James Sprunt Professor of Political Science, Davidson College
Michael Ailion, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, University of Washington
Kathryn Ainsworth, Mathematics Instructor, Retired, University of Louisville
Gary L. Aistrup, Principal Research Scientist, Masonic Medical Research Laboratory
T. J. Albani
Mandy L. Albert, PhD Candidate, Cornell University, Medieval Studies
Armando Alemany, Retired Banking & Finance Industry Executive
David E Alexander, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Huntington University
Gerard Alexander, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Virginia
Larry Alexander, Warren Distinguished Professor, University of San Diego School of Law
Ayaan Hirsi Ali (Ferguson), Research Fellow, the Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Mark D. Alianello, Principal Engineer, MDA Consulting Engineers, PLLC
Amy Alkon, Science-Based Nationally Syndicated Columnist and Author
Zachary Allaire
Adeline A. Allen, Assistant Professor, Trinity Law School
Brock Sutton Allen
Linda Allen, William F. Aldinger Chair in Banking and Finance, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York
Mark Allen, Lecturer, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University
Scott David Allen, President, Disciple Nations Alliance
Niurka Alley, MD, Alley & Alley Internal Medicine
Cynthia Allison, Retired Registered Nurse, Graduate in Anthropology, University of Montana
John Allison, Editorial Page Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Ann Will Allred, Manager of Human Resources
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Christopher R. Altieri, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Collegium Augustinianum Graduate Institute of Philosophy & Theology
Lord Alton of Liverpool, Independent Crossbench Member of the House of Lords
John Altschuler, Co-Creator and Executive Producer Silicon Valley and Lopez
Shrijan Amatya, Senior at Westminster College, Missouri 
Bren Ames, Founder, Aye Open Outcomes
Gary An, MD, FACS, Professor of Surgery, University of Chicago
Ji Hyun An, USAFA cadet
Christopher Anadale, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Mount St. Mary’s University
Kathryn Ananda-Owens, Professor of Music, St. Olaf College
Thomas F. Anders, M.D., Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UC Davis
Blake Anderson, Chief Operating Officer, Ratio Christi
Brian C. Anderson, Editor, City Journal
Calum B. Anderson, Partner, Danaher Lagnese, PC
Carl Anderson, English Teacher, Greenfield High School, Master’s Student, Marquette University
Carl G. Anderson, Jr. Trustee Emeritus, Lafayette College
Rev. Mr. Craig Anderson, St. Basil the Great Byzantine Catholic Church, Los Gatos, CA
Donald F. Anderson, Emeritus Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan-Dearborn
David K. Anderson, Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma
Erik A. Anderson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Furman University
Joe Anderson, Manager of Graduate Academics, New York University
John Butler Anderson, Retired schoolteacher
Kelly Anderson, Learning Design Coach
James Andrew, Partner, CMA Strategy Consulting
Rod Andrew Jr., Professor of History, Clemson University
Thomas G Andrew, Jr., Retired
Gregory Andrews, Windsor High School English Teacher, CT
Robert C. Andringa, President Emeritus, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
Robert E. Angelica MBA, CFA, retired CEO AT&T Investment Management Corp.
Stephen W. Angell, Leatherock Professor of Quaker Studies, Earlham School of Religion
John Anselmi, EdD., Endicott College
Kelly Anthony, Ph.D., School of Public Health and Health Systems; Applied Health Sciences; University of Waterloo
Kevin Antlitz, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University; Ministry Fellow at Princeton University
Andrew Aoki, Professor; Chair, Department of Political Science; Senior Fellow, Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning, Augsburg College
Jeffrey Apfel, Clinical Professor and Director of the Higher Education Administration Program, Baruch College
Anthony C. Apfelbeck, Fire Marshal/Building Official
Paul Apostolidis, Professor & Timothy A. Paul Chair of Political Science, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA, USA; Professorial Fellow, Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University, Sydney, NSW, AU; Princeton University, Class of 1986
Jacob M. Appel, MD JD MPH, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
James H. Applegate, Professor of Astronomy, Columbia University
Vladimir Aptekar, IUPUI Class of 1998
Ulysses Araña, Philosophy Department, University of the Philippines, Diliman
Jose K. Garcia-Aranda, Executive MBA Class 2017, MIT Sloan School of Management
Stephen V. Arbogast, Professor of the Practice of Finance, Director, Kenan-Flagler Energy Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Peter Arcidiacono, Professor of Economics, Duke University
Tomasz Arciszewski, Professor Emeritus, George Mason University
Michael Arfken, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Shlomo Engelson Argamon, Professor of Computer Science Director, Master of Data Science Illinois Institute of Technology
Thomas Argiro, Janitor, Whitman School of Management Undergraduate and University College
Jesse Arm, University of Michigan Class of 2018  
Gary Armstrong, Associate Dean for the Core Curriculum; Professor of Political Science, William Jewell College
J. David Armstrong Jr., President, Broward College
Megan Armstrong, Princeton University Class of 2019
Sharon Lee Armstrong, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, La Salle University
Velda Arnaud, Instructor of Business and Leadership, Blue Mountain Community College
Bruce Makoto Arnold, Postdoctoral Fellow, Program in Educational History and Philosophy, The Ohio State University
Jane Arnold, Professor of English/Reading Specialist, SUNY-Adirondack Community College
Jason Ross Arnold, Associate Professor of Political Science, Virginia Commonwealth University
Samuel Arnold, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Texas Christian University
Jesús Arocho, Pharmaceutical industry
Gloria Aroneo
Daniel Arovas, Professor of Physics, University of California, San Diego
Maryallene Arsanto, Finance professional and Toastmaster
Thomas C. Arthur, L.Q.C. Lamar Professor, Emory University School of Law
Anthony Artur, Creative Director; Managing Partner, A Beautiful Life Brands LLC
Lee Artur, Pilates Center
Reed Arvin, Author; Music Producer, Adjunct Professor of Creativity, Lipscomb University
Kathleen Ashe, Associate Professor of Library, emerita, Southwest Minnesota State University
Jeffrey Asher, Retired Professor of Humanities
Lyell Asher, Associate Professor of English, Lewis and Clark College
Andrus G. Ashoo, Associate Director, Center for Undergraduate Excellence, University of Virginia
Chris Ashton, Pastor, Penshurst Presbyterian Church, Sydney, Australia; Writer, The Spectator Australia magazine
Leonard Asimow, Professor, Actuarial Science and Mathematics, Robert Morris University
Sulochana R. Asirvatham, Associate Professor of Classics and Humanities, Montclair State University
Jonathan Askin, Founder/Director, Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy Clinic; Faculty Chair and Innovation Catalyst, Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship; Visiting Professor, MIT Media Lab
Katherine Atkins, Assistant Professor of Infectious Disease Modeling, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
Danielle Atkinson, Texas A&M University-Commerce
John Atlas, Author
Scott W. Atlas, MD, David and Joan Traitel Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Lex C. Attaway, M.Ed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Texas Tech University, Class of 2018
Sean William Atterbury, Political Science Student, Brookdale Community College
Paul Audi, Associate Professor of Philosophy, The University of Rochester
Josiah C. Augustine, Ph.D. Student, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University
Dale Ausherman, PhD, University of Missouri
Wayne K. Austin, Uniiversity of Guam Class of1979
Montserrat Doval Avendaño, Assistant Professor, University of Vigo, Spain
Gage Averill, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia
Paul Avery, Professor of Physics, University of Florida
Howard Avory Grayson, Jr., MD, FACP, Hospitalist, Down East Community Hospital
David J. Ayers, Dean and Professor of Sociology, Alva J. Calderwood School of Arts and Letters, Grove City College
R. William Ayres, Associate Dean, Graduate School, Wright State University
James Azeltine, Leawood City Councilman
Robert Tia Abdulai Aziz, Masters student in conflict, peace and security, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Center, Accra, Ghana; Public Relations and External Affairs Officer, Public Utilities Regulatory Commission, Ghana
Doug Babbitt, Middlebury College, BA, Class of 1986
Erika (Schubert) Bachiochi, Visiting Fellow, Ethics & Public Policy Center; Middlebury College, Class of 1996
Allen L Bader, Commander, US Navy (retired)
Jerry Bader, Conservative talk show host
Laura Bader
Jonathan R. Baer, Associate Professor of Religion, Wabash College
Betsy Baertlein, English Instructor, Kirkwood Community College
Nivedita Bagchi, Associate Professor of Government & Political Affairs,Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Gerald P. Baggot III, St. Frances of Rome Catholic School, 7th and 8th grade Religion and Language Arts Teacher
Ashleen Bagnulo, Assistant Professor, Texas State University
Mark Bagshaw, Professor Emeritus of Management and Leadership, Marietta College
Elizabeth Bahlke, Ph.D., retired
Jenna Bailey, ESL Teacher, North High School, Akron Public Schools
Kathryn V. Bailey, Master of Divinity Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; Honorably discharged USAF veteran
Kayla Bailey, student, University of South Carolina, class of 2018
Jacques Bailly, Classics Dept., University of Vermont
John M. Baione, CPA, MBA retired corporate executive
Andrew Baird, Prosecutor, UC Hastings class of 77
David John Baker, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Michigan
Josita Baker, Advisor, Instructor and Program Manager, Tarleton State University
Hunter Baker, Associate Professor and University Fellow, Union University
H. Robert Baker, Associate Professor of History, Georgia State University
Ted Balaker, filmmaker, journalist & co-founder of Korchula Productions
Thomas P. Balazs, Associate Professor of English, University of Tennessee at Chattaooga
Stephen H. Balch, Director, Texas Tech Institute for the Study of Western Civilization
Debra Romanick Baldwin, Associate Professor, Department of English; Director of the Writing Program; Past President, Joseph Conrad Society of America, University of Dallas
Andrew Balio, President Future Symphony Institute
Andrew Ball, Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Jon Balserak, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern Religion, University of Bristol
Danette Baltzer, Administrative Assistant, Denver Public Library
Frederick J. Balzer, M.D., Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology
Anthony P Banham, Southampton University, Class of 1966
Martha M Barantovich, Senior Instructor, Florida International University
Keenan F Barber, M.D.
Barbara Bardach, Realtor, GRI
R. Christopher Barden, Ph.D., J.D. ( Harvard Law School, 1992 ); Past President, National Association for Consumer Protection In Mental Health Practices
Kedron Bardwell, Professor of Political Science, Simpson College
William Bare, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Randolph College
Peter L. Bargmann, BA (1971)University of Texas at Austin, JD (1977) University of Houston Law Center; retired teacher Dallas Independent School District
James A. Barham, Ph.D., Notre Dame 2011, History and Philosophy of Science; Independent Scholar
Travis C. Barham, Legal Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom
Rev. Charles W. Barker, M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary Class of 1981; campus staff member with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, the Claremont Colleges and California State University of Los Angeles
J. Jackson Barlow, Professor of Politics, Juniata College
David P. Barndollar, Chair of the English Department, Shady Side Academy, Pittsburgh, PA; Princeton University Class of 1988
Deborah Buchanan Barnes, Wake Forest University, Class of 1980
Michael L. Barnes, Ph.D., Director, Supplier Services, QuintilesIMS; Part-Time lecturer, Rutgers University Business School
Natalie Barnes, Adjunct Instructor, department of Art & Art History, Colorado State University
Thomas E Barnes, Forum 9 – Harvard Business School Association of Boston; MBA ’88
Lee Barnett
Melissa D. Barnett, Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
William Barnett II, Professor of Economics and Chase Bank Professor of International Business, College of Business, Loyola University New Orleans
Jeanne Polk Barr, Teacher of History, Francis W. Parker School
Christopher B. Barrett, Deputy Dean and Dean of Academic Affairs, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business; Stephen B. and Janice G. Ashley Professor of Applied Economics and Management and International Professor of Agriculture, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management; Professor of Economics, Department of Economics; Faculty Fellow, David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University
Damon Barrett, Director, International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy; Visiting Fellow, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex; PhD Candidate, University of Stockholm
David M. Barrett, Professor of Political Science, Villanova University
Joey Barretta, Ph.D. Student, Hillsdale College
Mitchell Barrington, Point Loma Nazarene University Class of 2019
Carol Barrios, University of Connecticut class of 1988
George A. Barrios, University of Connecticut Class of 1987
Francis Patrick Barron, Retired Partner, Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP, New York City
Sue Barry, Stay at home mom
Andrea Barsevick, Professor, Population Science; Member, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University
Alan M Barstow, Director and Senior Scholar, Organizational Dynamics, University of Pennsylvania
George Barth, Professor of Music, Stanford University
Hilary Barth, Associate Professor of Psychology, Wesleyan University
Lauren Swayne Barthold, Philosophy Professor, Endicott College
Leon P. Bartholomew
Scott Bartley, Ph.D. Student, Department of English, Princeton University
Kat Bartlow, Assistant Professor of Biology, Lycoming College
Michael Barton, Director, Cascade Policy Institute
Sidney L Barton, John and Gloria Goering Professor of Family and Private Business, Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati
David W. Bartz, CLU, ChFC, First Vice President-Wealth Management, UBS Financial Services
Joshua A. Barwick, Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs Administration, Emory University School of Medicine
Charles Barzun, Armistead M. Dobie Professor of Law, University of Virginia
Walter R. Bashaw II, Esquire, Managing Partner, Sherrard, German & Kelly, P.c.
Matthew J. Basilotto, Juris Doctorate Candidate, New York Law School 2020
Alden Lee Bass, Assistant Professor of Theology, Saint Louis University
Rev. Joseph Alden Bassett
Bradford D. Bates, Head of School, Dublin School
Travis Baugh, Entrepreneur
Elizabeth Baule
Jonathan Bauman, CDP, Vice President of Construction, Ramco-Gershenson, Inc.
Fred Baumann, Professor of Political Science, Kenyon College
Mark W. Bauerlein, Professor of English, Emory University; Senior Editor, First Things
Shawn Bawulski, Assistant Professor of Theology, Grand Canyon University
Roberta L. Bayer, Associate Professor of Government, Patrick Henry College
James Madison Bayles, Real Estate System Analyst, Networking & Engineering Technologies, Under contract at the Department of Defense
Chris Baysdorfer, Professor of Biological Sciences, California State University, East Bay
Greg Beachley, Physical Scientist
John M. Bean, Amherst College, BA, Dramatic Arts Class of 1969
Taylor C. Bear, M.D., Neurologist
Jay Beavers, Assistant Professor of English, Union University
Marius Beceanu, Mathematician
Mary Bejan, wife, mother, University of California, Berkeley PhD
Daniel Bennett, Assistant Professor of Political Science, John Brown University
Matthew W. Bennett, Founder and CEO of Christian Union
Anya Bernstein Bassett, Senior Lecturer on Social Studies, Harvard University
Edward W. Beck, Attorney
Jeremy Briggs Beck, President/Chief Investment Officer, Anvil Investment Partners
Randy Beck, Justice Thomas O. Marshall Chair of Constitutional Law, University of Georgia School of Law
William F. Beck, ScD. Massachusetts Institute of Technology; retired businessman
Alexander Becker, High School Student, Class of 2019
Roger L. Beckett, Executive Director, Ashbrook Center, Ashland University
Polly Beckham, American citizen
Steve Beckman, University of Iowa 1971
Francis J. Beckwith, Professor of Philosophy and Church and State Studies, Baylor University
Mateo Morelos Bedolla, Candidate for Congressman CA-10, Fmr. Congressional Staffer
Graham Beduze, Southern Regional Director at Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow; University of Louisiana Lafayette Class 2017
Iris Beilan, Retired Teacher
E. Calvin Beisner, Ph.D., Founder & National Spokesman, The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation
Deborah Melvin Beisner, portrait painter and mother of seven home-educated adults
Adrian Bejan, ( MIT 1971, 1972, 1975 ), J.A. Jones Distinguished Professor, Duke University
Teresa M. Bejan, Associate Professor of Political Theory, University of Oxford
Barbara Bell, Assistant Professor of English, Santa Barbara City College
David E. Bell
Michael Joseph Bellamy, Columbia University Class of 2016
Maria Elena de Bellard, Professor, Department of Biology, California State University Northridge
Charles K. Bellinger, Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics, Brite Divinity School
Kouroch Bellis, Assistant Professor of Law, Trinity College Dublin
Richard B. Belzer, Ph.D.
Amanda Brickell Bellows, Bernard and Irene Schwartz Postdoctoral Fellow at the New-York Historical Society
Mark Belnick, Visiting Lecturer in Politics, Princeton University
Herman Belz, Emeritus Professor, University of Maryland
Solomon Benatar, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Cape Town
Chris Benda, Librarian
Daniel Bender, Assistant Principal, Southport Middle School
Michael Bendzela, Writer; Adjunct, English Department, University of Southern Maine
D. F. Benko, Retired, Graduate Northwestern University BS 1963, Kellogg MBA 1969, CFA
Andrew P.W. Bennett, Senior Research Fellow, Religious Freedom Research Project, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs, Georgetown University
Aoife Bennett, Princeton University Class of 2020
Cathryn B. Bennett, Director of International Programs, Greensboro College
Clifford Bennett, Professor of Network Systems Engineering Technologies, Polk State College
Doug Bennett, President Emeritus, Earlham College
Michael Bennett, Professor of Business Management, Curry College
Bruce D. Benson, President, University of Colorado
Elizabeth K Benson, Broker
Paul Benson, Government Chair, Tarrant County College
Teresa Benson, Sr. Clinical Information Specialist, Change Healthcare
Sharon C. Stewart Benton, Vassar College, 1962
Edward Berenson, Professor of History, NYU
Chris Berg, IT Auditor, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Thomas C. Berg, James L. Oberstar Professor of Law and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Allison Berger, Princeton University Class of 2018
Jay Bergman, Professor of History, Central Connecticut State University; Member, Board of Directors, National Association of Scholars
Daniel Bergstresser, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, Brandeis University
Gerald Bergtrom, Professor of Biological Sciences (Emeritus); Teaching & Learning Consultant, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
John Berkery, Le Moyne College Class of ’89
Rev. Aaron Berkowitz, Minister, Presbyterian Church (PCUSA)
Roger Stuart Berkowitz, Associate Professor of Politics, Philosophy, and Human Rights; Academic Director, Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities, Bard College
George Berlin, Professor of Mathematics, Retired
Jeff Berman, The University of Chicago Class of 1984, Principal of Berman Creative
Sheri Berman, Barnard College
J. Scott Bermingham, Retired Partner and Senior Advisor, Phoenix Strategic Advisors; Former Associate Dean and Director of Faculty and Adjunct Professor, The Lake Forest Graduate School of Management
Travis J. Bernardo, PhD, Medical Writer, Fordham University Class of 2013
Marilyn Berner, BA University of Hartford ’74; JD Northeastern University School of Law ’76; MSW Simmons College School of Social Work ’86
Brendan Bernicker
Frank Bernstein, Attorney
Latoya Berry
Edward C. Berry Jr., Aurora University, Class of 1988, Retired
Michael R. Bertocchi, Chairman, Marylanders for Constitutional Governance, Constitution Party state affiliate
Philip Bess, Professor of Architecture, University of Notre Dame
Murray S. Y. Bessette, Director of Academic Programs, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
Gustavo S. Betini, Posdoctoral Fellow, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph, Canada
Sanjay Bhatia, President, Ameritrust Capital Mortgage LLC
Tarung Bhimnathwala, University of Chicago Class of 2020
Andrew Bibby, Assistant Professor in History and Political Science; Associate Director, Center for Constitutional Studies, Utah Valley University
David D. Biber, Secretary of the Corporation; Director of Youth Programming, Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Mark Biderman, Princeton University Class of 1967
James W. Biehl, Emeritus Professor of Humanities-Classics and English, Ohio Wesleyan University
Jessica Peterson Bielanski, Marketing Communications Specialist, Student Affairs, DePaul University
Paul Bieniasz, Professor and Head, Laboratory of Retrovirology, The Rockefeller University
Gregg Biermann, Artist; Professor of Cinema Studies, Bergen Community College
Mark L. Biermann, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Valparaiso University
Scott Bierman, President, Beloit College
Joan Bigelow, Retired high school/middle school teacher
Audrey Bilger, Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of the College, Pomona College
Gordon E. Billheimer, Jr., Attorney At Law, Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young
Charles H. Bill, Neurosurgeon
Rev. Michael A. Birbeck, Pastor, First Presbyterian Church Wellsboro  (Pennsylvania); Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Class of 2015
Martin L Birch, MD, Anesthesiologist and Critical Care Physician
Mandy Bird, Junior in college
William M. Bird, Executive Director, The Campaign for Clean Air
Mike Bishoff, Mayor Pro Tem – City of Normandy Park, WA
Donna K. Bishop, MS. RDN, LDN
R M Bittick, Associate Professor, Political Science Department, Sam Houston State University
Brian H. Bix, Frederick W. Thomas Professor of Law and Philosophy, University of Minnesota
David F. Bjorklund, Professor, Department of Psychology, Florida Atlantic University
Geoffrey Black, Professor of Economics, Boise State University
Roy A. Black, Affiliate Professor of Bioengeering, University of Washington
Mark Blackwell, Professor, Liberal Studies and Political Studies, Vancouver Island University
Russell Blackford, Conjoint Lecturer in Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle, NSW
Vernon H. Blackman, Physics, Princeton University Class of 1956
Mary F. Blackwell, Professor Emeritus, Chemistry Department, Lawrence University
Stephen J. Blackwood, President, Ralston College
Patrick Blaine, Associate Professor of Spanish, Morningside College
Michelle F. Blake, Professor, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
M. Brian Blake, Executive Vice President and Provost, Distinguished University Professor of Systems and Software Engineering, Drexel University
Gregory Francesco Blanch, Associate Professor, School of Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Mgmt., New Mexico State University
Johnny Blancher, CEO, Rock’n’Bowl®
Philip Blanco, Lecturer in Physics and Astronomy, Grossmont College
Rebecca Blank, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nicole A. Blanks, Pastor, Delafield Presbyterian Church
Regina Lee Blaszczyk, Leadership Chair in the History of Business and Society; Professor of Business History, University of Leeds, UK
Jim Bleakley, Lead Pastor, Charlottesville Vineyard Church
Henry R. Bleattler, Associate Professor of History and the Humanities, The King’s College
Erik Bleich, Professor of Political Science, Middlebury College
Justin L. Blessinger, Professor of English, Dakota State University
Jan H. Blits, Professor, School of Education, University of Delaware
Robert W. Bloch, Director, BYOBiz Entrepreneurship Program, Champlain College
Walter E. Block, Harold E. Wirth Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair and Professor of Economics, Joseph A. Butt, S.J. College of Business, Loyola University New Orleans
Brian Blood, Cornell University Class of 1984
Paul Bloom, Brooks and Suzanne Ragen Professor of Psychology, Yale University
William Bloom, Trustee Boston University & Newark Academy
David Bobbitt, Associate Professor of Communication, Wesleyan College
Gregory L. Bock, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion, The University of Texas at Tyler
Joe Bodnar
Jeanne M. Boeh, Professor of Economics and Co-Chair Business and Accounting Department, Augsburg College
Ernest J. Boehm, MChE, Illinois Institute of Technology Class of 1999
Ted Boesky, public school teacher, Wagner Middle School
Elizabeth Bogan, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Princeton University
Scott Boggs, President, Samson Roll Formed Products Company
Steven Dale Boggs, Professor and Vice Chairman, Clinical and Research Affairs, The University of Tennessee School of Medicine
Andrew Bogle, Managing Director, Reva Capital
Chad Bogosian, Ph.D., Philosophy Instructor, Clovis Community College
Jeffrey S. Boian, Assistant Professor & Program Director, Leadership Minor Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology, Azusa Pacific University
Maritza F. Bolano, Esq.; Alumna, Fordham Law, Class of 1992
Samuel J. Bolduc, BFA, Ed.M.
Daniel Bonevac, Professor of Philosophy, The University of Texas at Austin
Kathryn J Davidson-Bond, MLS, Rollins College; retired adjunct professor of Humanities, Valencia College, Rollins College
Emily Miller Bonney, Professor Liberal Studies, California State University Fullerton
James T. Booker, M.A., Author
Marc Bookmeyer, B.A., Computer Science, Quincy University
Richard R. Boone, Clinical Psychologist and Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Austin Community College
G. Geoffrey Booth, Professor of Finance, Emeritus, Michigan State University
Nicholas Borelli, Author
Jon Bornholdt, Lecturer in Logic and Philosophy, University of Würzburg, Germany
Edward Borninski, University of Michigan, Class of 2016
Jason Bosch, PhD student, Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna Biocenter, Austria
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Patrick Fagan, Director, Marriage and Religion Research Initiative, The Catholic University of America
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Fred J. Fenwick, Retired
James E. Ference, DMD, MBA
Jay Ferguson, Headmaster, Grace Community School
Niall Ferguson, Senior Fellow, the Hoover Institution, Stanford; Senior Fellow the Center for European Studies, Harvard
Tamara J. Ferguson, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Utah State University
Alvaro Fernandez, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, SharpBrains
Eduardo Fernandez
Victor E. Ferrall, Jr., President Emeritus of Beloit College, retired attorney, parent, and grandparent
Jennifer M. Ferrara, Princeton University Parent ’14 ’16
Jorge J. Ferrer, Professor and Director Bioethics Institute, Medical Sciences Campus, University of Puerto Rico
Lawrence T. Ferretti, Director of Manufacturing, General Electric Lighting (retired)
Michael G. Ferri, Emeritus Professor and Former Foundation Professor of Finance, George Mason University
John Ferrillo, Principal Oboe, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Faculty, Boston University, New England Conservatory
Kevin Ferris, Commentary Editor, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Stephen C. Ferruolo, Dean and Professor of Law, University of San Diego School of Law
Sondra M. Ferry, FNP-BC, GNP-BC
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Harrison Robertson Professor of Law, Caddell and Chapman Professor of Law, University of Virginia
Steven Fesmire, Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies, Green Mountain College
Edwin J. Feulner, Founder and retired President, The Heritage Foundation
Miles Richard Fidelman, Citizen, Principal, Protocol Techonologies Group, LLC; (Former) Founder & President, The Center for Civic Networking; (In Development) Editor & Publisher, Civic.Net
Scott Field, Pediatrician; Member, American College of Pediatricians; Adjunct Faculty, UAB Medical School
Karl Fields, Professor of Politics and Government, University of Puget Sound
Samuel Gregory Fields, Sr. Metrologist (Retired)
Kevin Figgins, Pastor, Christ the King Church
Susan Fillippeli, Ph.D., Lecturer, School of Communication & Journalism, Auburn University
Gregory L. Finch, Adelphi University School Of Social Work, class of ’83
Lora Smeltzly Finch, Wake Forest University, Class of 1978
Michael Finch, Professor of Law, Stetson University College of Law
Gabriel Finkelstein, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Colorado Denver
Raleigh C. Finlayson, Lecturer in Writing, Boston University
Gordon E. Finley, Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Florida International University, Miami, Florida
Tessa Finley, Student, Pomona College
Robin N. Fiore, University of Miami Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Morris P. Fiorina, Wendt Family Professor of Political Science, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
David C. Fischer, Ed.D., retired
Hartmut Fischer, Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of San Francisco
Nick Fischer, Colts Neck High School Chapter President, Junior Statesmen of America
Ray Fischer, Vice Chairman
Ullrich Fischer, Retired IT Manager, BSc. Physics, Computer Science, Education, ex-member of BC Humanist Association Board
Joel W. Fish, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Massachusetts Boston
Carlton D. Fisher, Professor of Philosophy, Houghton College
Patrick Fisher, Executive Healthcare Systems Director
Shawn Fisher, Adjunct Faculty, Bunker Hill Community College
William A. Fisher, FCAHS, Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychology, Western University, London, Ontario
William O. Fisher, Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of law
Will Fithian, Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley
Timothy F. Fitzgerald, Humanist
Sean M. Fitzpatrick, Lecturer in Law, University of Connecticut School of Law
Robert A. Flagler, Attorney At Law
John Flaherty, retired Retail Store Manager
Jack Flanagan, Founder, Project on Military Philanthropy
Jefferson Flanders, Author
Stephen M. Flatow, Business man; Lawyer
Sam Fleischacker, LAS Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of Illinois-Chicago
William Flesch, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Brandeis University
Chance Fletcher, Princeton University Class of 2018
Paul Fletcher, U.S. Naval Academy class of 1964
Jeffrey S. Flier, MD, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor and Former Dean, Harvard Medical School
Neal Flomenberg, MD, Professor & Chairman, Department of Medical Oncology, Deputy Director, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University
Douglas L. Flor, Program Director, TAACCCT Grant, Community College of Rhode Island
Edward F. Flores, Alabad Ministries
Jean C. Florman, Director, Center for Teaching, University of Iowa
Brian David Floyd, writer & political consultant, University of California, Riverside
Shawn Floyd, Professor of Philosophy, Malone University
Sally Flynn, Executive Director, Cultivate the Karass
Matthew Foldi, University of Chicago, 2018, Founder of Students for Free Expression
Roy L. Follmuth, PE, Civil Engineer; Iowa State University Class of 1971
Terry R Fondow, retired Wisconsin high school principal
Michael Fontaine, Associate Professor of Classics, Cornell University
Robert L. Forbes, Children’s Author
Scott Forbes, Professor of Biology, University of Winnipeg
Craig Forcese, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa; President, Canadian Association of Law Teachers
Billy Ford, College of the Holy Cross, Class of 2019
Mark Ford, D.Min., Princeton Theological Seminary, 2006; Pastor, First Baptist Church
Steven F. Forleo, Professor of English; Adviser, The Unfiltered Lens; Community College of Rhode Island
Rabbi Bruce D. Forman, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, independent practice
Sarah Foroughifar, Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Vermont
Richard A. Forrest, Hiroshima, Japan
Robert A. Forrester, Attorney
Susan L Forsburg, Gabilan Distinguished Professor in Science & Engineering; Molecular & Computational Biology, University of Southern California
Paul Forshay, Retired Telecommunications Executive
Zachary J. Forstrom, Emory University Graduate Student, Laney Graduate School
David F. Forte, Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University
Kathryn Marie Forte
Janet E. Fortney, High School Teacher
Nicholas William Foss, Masters Student, History, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Daniel A Foster, USAFA, Class of ’76
David Foster, Associate Professor of Political Science, Ashland University
David Foster, Author, Self-Employed
David Kyle Foster, Exec. Director, Mastering Life Ministries/Pure Passion Media
Neil Foster, Associate Professor in Law, Newcastle Law School, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Frank Foti, President and CEO, VIGOR
Amanda Fountain, B.A. Journalism; M.Ed Communications; Teacher Upper Arlington High School
Jon E. Fowler, Managing Director, KeyBanc Capital Markets
Cecilia M. Fox, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Neuroscience, Moravian College
Rick Fox, Head Football Coach, Drake University
Fernando Hernández Fradejas, Postdoctoral Fellow & Lecturer, University of Valladolid, Spain
Justin Fraga, Designer, Stanford University Graduate School of Engineering, 2012
Zachary C. Frampton, UCLA School of Law, Class of 2014
Stephen Franciosa, tradesman, father, and husband
Jeffrey C. Francis, Sharp Chaplain, The University of Tulsa
Norbert Francis, Professor of Bilingual/Multicultural Education, Northern Arizona University
Matthew J. Franck, Director, William E. and Carol G. Simon Center on Religion and the Constitution, The Witherspoon Institute
Jennifer Franco, Pre-Medical student, Mt San Antonio College class of 2019
Paul Franco, Professor of Government, Bowdoin College
Catherine R. Francois, Benedictine College Class of 2018
Michael Franczak, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, Boston College
Adam Frank, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Performance Studies, Schedler Honors College, University of Central Arkansas
Marc T. Frankel, Partner, Triangle Associates.
Angela Franks, Professor of Theology, Theological Institute for the New Evangelization at St. John’s Seminary
Ken Fraser, Lecturer, International Relations/Security studies, University of Sydney, University of New South Wales
Ian S. Frazer, Esq.
Trude Frazer, Family Nurse Practitioner
Steve Freckmann, General Manager, Dawes Rigging & Crane Rental, Inc, DST, Inc
Diana Freeburg, First Vice President, UBS Financial Services
Joshua Freeman, Princeton University Class of 2018
Paul M. Freeman, Chairman of Trustees at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church
Seth Freeman, Negotiation & Conflict Management, NYU Stern School of Business, Columbia University
Varel D Freeman, Princeton ’71, *74,*76; Retired, former First Vice President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Eric M. Freedman, Siggi B. Wilzig Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Rights, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra University
Zach Freidhof, Co-Executive Director Big Love Network; Co-Creator Akron Peace Project
Pam Freund, Director of Financial Aid, Centura College; Class of ’88, Old Dominion University
Nancy Fribourg, retired
Joel Friedman, Chief Merchandising Officer, Barnes and Noble College Booksellers, Inc.
Jane Friedman, J.D.
Stephen J. Friedman, President, Pace University
Will Friedman, President, Public Agenda
Noam Friedman, Rabbi, Orthodox Union Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus, Columbia University
Russ Friedson, Chief Finance and Operations Officer, Greens Farms Academy
Jerome Frieman, Professor of Psychological Sciences, Kansas State University
David B. Frisk, Resident Fellow, Alexander Hamilton Institute
Maria Marco Frocke, retired Financial Officer, Jean Georges Management, NYC
Serge Frolov, Professor, Nate and Ann Levine Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies, Department of Religious Studies, Dedman College, Southern Methodist University
Michael S. Froning, Ph.D.
Daniel Frost, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Clemson University
B. Christopher Frueh, Professor of Psychology, University of Hawaii; Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry, Baylor College of Medicine
Capt Bradley John Fry, USMM med ret
John A. Fry, President, Drexel University
John J. Fry, Professor of History, Trinity Christian College
Tomasz Frydel, PhD student in the Department of History, University of Toronto
Ken Fryer, Instructor, Sequitur Classical Academy
Kent Fuchs, President, University of Florida
Jon Fuerstenberg, MD, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota
John M Fugett, MA, LPC, NCC Professional Psychotherapist, Private Practice
John Fulginiti III, MD, FACS, Director, Institute for Human Flourishing
Ray Fullard, Adjunct Instructor, Ashford University; Grantham University
Timothy Fuller, Professor of Political Science, Colorado College
Joshua S. Fullman, Associate Professor of English, Director of the Institute of Faith and the Academy, Faulkner University
David H. Fulmer, Retired Physician, Princeton University Class of 1955
William Fulton, University of Virginia, BA 1972; Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, MBA 1989
Robert Fusfeld, Associate Professor, Practice of Public Policy, University of Denver Institute for Public Policy Studies
David Gabai, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Mathematics, Chair, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University
Juan J. Gabriel-Paez, Certified Credit Consultant, Real Estate Investor, President & Founder, Royal Wealth Investments and My Royal Credit, Proud student member of the Federalist Society
Dale Gadd, Associate Professor and Director of Adult & Graduate Studies Business and Interdisciplinary Studies, Bethel College, Indiana
Mona Gaglione, grandmother
Steven Gal, Senior Lecturer, Cornell University
Peter Galamaga, College of the Holy Cross Class of 1988, United States Navy Veteran, High School English Teacher
Zachary Galasinski, NYU class of 2013
Gretchen Galbraith, Professor of History, Grand Valley State University
Jesús-Miguel Hernández Galilea, Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Oviedo, Spain
Stuart Galishoff, Professor Emeritus of History, Georgia State University
Brian Gallagher, Editor, Nautilus Magazine; Communications Director, Ethical Systems, housed at NYU
Kathleen Gallagher, University of Virginia ’80; Harvard Business School ’85; Ford Motor Company executive (retired)
Paul Gallagher, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Assumption College
Sean Gallagher, reporter and columnist, The Criterion, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis
Tim Gallagher, Professor of Finance, Department of Finance & Real Estate, Colorado State University
Thomas P. Gallanis, Allan D. Vestal Chair in Law, University of Iowa
Carlos Fidalgo Gallardo, Lecturer, University of Seville School of Law; Managing Partner, Moreana Attorneys; Member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation
Juan C Gallardo, Retired Physicist
Sophia Gallo, Princeton University Class of 2017
Michael Gamerl, VP, International, The Princeton Review
Edwin E. Gantt, Visiting Fellow of The Wheatley Institution; Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Brigham Young University
Claire Oberon Garcia, Professor, English Department, Colorado College
Diego García, Harvard Class of 2020
Gabriela Garcia, Master’s student of International Law, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Maria T. Ramos-Garcia, Professor of Spanish. South Dakota state University
Gabriel Gardner, Astrophysics major, University of California, Santa Cruz
William Gardner, Senior Research Chair in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; Professor of Epidemiology, University of Ottawa
Will Gardenswartz, Entrepreneur
Maria E. Moreyra Garlock, Associate Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
Stephen B. Garner, Princeton University Class of 1972
Richard W. Garnett, Paul J. Schierl / Fort Howard Corporation Professor of Law, University of Notre Dame
David Garofalo, Assistant Professor of Physics, Kennesaw State University
Jeremy A. Garrett, Colson Fellow
Shellie Garrett, Chair, Military History Section, University Club of San Francisco
David J. Garrow, Professor of Law & History and, Distinguished Faculty Scholar, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Gene Gartner, Mathematics Instructor, The Miller School of Albemarle
James R. Garven, Frank S. Groner Memorial Chair of Finance, Baylor University
John Garvey, President, The Catholic University of America
George E. Garvey, Emeritus Professor of Law, The Catholic University of America
Patrick Garvey
Kerry Garvin, Harvard University class of ’17
Deborah C. Garwood, Princeton University Class of ‘79
Jemy Gatdula, Lawyer, writer, and lecturer, University of Asia and the Pacific
Christine Seng Gately, University of Notre Dame Class of 1990
Jackson Gates, Harvard College ’19
Stephen Gates, Amherst College Class of 1965
Susan Wharton Gates, Adjunct Faculty, Center for Public Administration and Policy, Virginia Tech
Albert Gaudio, Barrister and Solicitor
Rudolf P. Gaudio, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Purchase College, State University of New York
Ann Gauger, Senior Fellow, Discovery Institute; Senior Research Scientist, Biologic Institute
Judy E. Gaughan, Associate Professor, Colorado State University-Pueblo
Donald Gaumer, Lecturer, Department of accounting & Finance, University of Montana
Paul L. Gavrilyuk, Aquinas Chair in Theology and Philosophy, University of St Thomas, St Paul, Minnesota
Susan Gaylord, parent of Princeton senior
Michael W Gaynor, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Bloomsburg University
David C. Geary, Curators’ Distinguished Professor, Thomas Jefferson Fellow, Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri
Tammy Gee, Faculty, Writers’ Studio, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Arizona State University
Glenn Geher, Chair and Professor of Psychology; Founding Director of Evolutionary Studies; Chair of the Free Speech Task Force; State University of New York at New Paltz
Maria Geiger, Adjunct Professor, English, Monmouth University
Robert Geilfuss, Lila Acheson Wallace Fellow, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
Phil Geissinger, FHFMA, CMPE, Senior Vice President & CFO, Thrive More Now, LLC.; President, PGConsulting,LLC, a Thrive More Now company
Darren Geist, Lawyer
Lauren Wilson Geist, Managing Editor, First Things
Sally Jane Gellert, citizen, Woodcliff Lake, N.J.
Michele Gendelman, Assistant Professor, Cinema/Television Department, Los Angeles City College
Errol F. Genet, MD, retired Diagnostic Radiologist
Michael J. Genevro, Stanford University, Class of 1970
Michael J. Gent, Emeritus Professor of Organization Studies, Canisius College
James A. George, Counselor At Law and Admiralty, George and George, Ltd., A Professional Law Corporation
Edward V. George, Professor Emeritus, Classics, Texas Tech University
Spencer George, Candidate for Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2018 Cornell Law School
David A. Gerber, University at Buffalo Distinguished Professor of History, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
Joseph J. Gerdes, MD,FACR, Retired physician, Parent of three, grandparent of 11
Claus Gerhardt, Professor of Mathematics, University of Heidelberg
Michael Gerhardt, Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Law School
Steven B.Gerrard, Professor of Philosophy, Williams College
Deborah Press Gerth, Adjunct Instructor, College of the Redwoods
Alexander Getraer, Undergraduate Student, Princeton University
Christopher Giacoppo, Baruch College, Class of 93
Sarah E. Gianakon, Princeton University Class of 2017
C. Giannetto, Esq.
John Gibbs, Emeritus Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Lisa D. Giblin, Grants Manager, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton University
Jonathan Gibralter, President , Wells College
Alan Gibson, California State University, Chico
Karen Gidwitz
Ligia Giese, MA, MD
Ray Giese, CFP®, MA
Amy Gilbert, Retired Choral Conductor; former Princeton mom, class of 1997
Joseph (Jody) D. Giles, Adjunct Professor, Information Systems and Technology Management, Pepperdine University
Tim Giles
Daniel Gilbert, Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology, Harvard University
Lynn Gilbert, Georgetown Law class of 2019
Walter Gilbert, Carl M. Loeb University Professor Emeritus, Harvard University; Nobel Award, Chemistry, 1980
Peter A. Gilbertson, CEO, Anacostia Rail Holdings Company, Inc.; Trustee, The University of Denver
Michael Gillern, Assistant Professor Pastoral Counseling, Nyack College
Steven Gilbertson, Princeton University Class of 1993, Columbia Business School Class of 2003
Stephen G. Gilles, Professor of Law, Quinnipiac University School of Law
Walter Gillette, Retired, alumnus Trinity College
Duane Gilliam, retired executive
James K. Gilligan, Retired President and CEO, Blue Cross Life Insurance Company of Canada
Ron Gillis, Visiting Professor of Voice, Music Department, New Mexico State University
Thomas Gillooly, Student, University of Pittsburgh
Murray J. Gilman, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine (retired), Emory University School of Medicine
Kevin Gilmore, Oberlin College Class of 2001
Susan S. Gilpin, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, Marshall University
Robert M. Gimello, Research Professor of Theology and of East Asian Languages & Cultures, The University of Notre Dame
Arthur H. Gingras, Adjunct Professor of English, American International College
Herbert Gintis, Santa Fe Institute
Tim Giordano, Esq., Communication Studies Adjunct Professor, Montclair State University; Fellow, Lead New Jersey
Mary Giorgi, Graftón, WI
Felicia R. Gironda, former adjunct professor, Marymount College
Henry A. Giroux, The Paulo Freire Distinguished Scholar in Critical Pedagogy; Professor for Scholarship in the Public Interest, McMaster University
John Gist, Chair, Humanities Department, Western New Mexico University
James Glascott, Owner Glascott’s Financial Services and Insurance
Jennifer Glass, Barbara Bush Regents Professor of Liberal Arts, Executive Director, Council on Contemporary Families, Department of Sociology & Population Research Center, University of Texas – Austin
Warren Gleckel, Associate Professor, SUNY Buffalo State College
Ted Gleichman, Policy Advisor, Climate Justice Program, Center for Sustainable Economy
Hans-Johann Glock, Professor, Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Philosophie, Seminarvorsteher / Head of Department, Philosophisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
Philip A. Glotzbach, President, Skidmore College
William Dwight Glover, CEO, Analytical and Regulatory Chemistry
Arlene Gluck, Kindergarten teacher, retired; grandmother
William D. Gluck, Forum 9 – Harvard Business School Association of Boston; MBA ’70
Harlan Goan
Fun Gobel, Princeton University, Class of 1978
W. David Goble
DeWitt Godfrey, Professor and Chair, Art and Art History, Colgate University; Past President, College Art Association
Carol Y. Godsav, Retired, Entrepreneur Crest Financial Services 
Roy S. Godson, Emeritus Professor of Government, Georgetown University; Middlebury College Class of 1964
Scott Godwin, MS, CSCS, ACSM
James R. Goetsch Jr., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Eckerd College
Cynthia R. Goetz
Stewart Goetz, Professor of Philosophy, Ursinus College
Brian Goff, Distinguished University Professor of Economics, Western Kentucky University
Rick Goings, Chairman & CEO, Tupperware Brands Corporation
Kari Jenson Gold, Author
Solveig Gold, Princeton University Class of 2017
Ann Goldberg, Moravian College
Fred Goldberg
Michael D. Goldberg
Sasha T. Goldberg, Doctoral Candidate and Research Assistant, Gender Studies, Indiana University
Ellen S. Goldey, Dean and Professor of the Wilkes Honors College, Florida Atlantic University
Ilana Goldhaber-Gordon, Associate Rabbi of Congregation Beth Jacob in Redwood City, CA
Shalom Goldman, Pardon Tillinghast Professor of Religion, Middlebury College
George Gollin, Professor of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Alexis Goltra, Attorney
Lynne Bartholomew Goltra, M.D.
Jason Goltz, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Weber State University
Cynthia Carmina Gómez, Executive Director, Cultural Resource Centers, Diversity & Multicultural Student Services; Affiliated Faculty, University Studies Senior Capstones and Public Administration, Portland State University
Walter I. Gonçalves, Jr., Assistant Federal Public Defender, District of Arizona
Jana Gonsalves, Professor of Nutrition American, River College
Pablo Gonzalez, J.S.D. in International Human Rights Law, University of Notre Dame Law School, class of 2016
Peyton Wofford Gooch, Lecturer, Stephen F. Austin State University
Jean Goodwin, Professor, Department of Communication, Leadership in Public Science Cluster, North Carolina State University
Kory K. Goold, Father, Entrepreneur
C. Peter Goplerud, Professor of Law (On Leave), Florida Coastal School of Law
Robert J. Gordon, Senior Professor of Anthropology, University of the Free State; Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and African Studies, University of Vermont
Samuel Gorovitz, Syracuse University
Steve Gorski, Police Captain
Nora Goscinski, Research Specialist-Analytical Chemistry, Novus International
Barry D. Goss, Princeton University, Class of 1962, Santa Barbara, CA
Norris J. Goss, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, Class of 1962, Santa Barbara, CA
Mark D. Gossiaux, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University New Orleans
Patricia R. Gotfredson, Supervisor, Pointe Aux Braques Township, Huron County, Michigan
Paul Gottfried, Raffensperger Professor of Humanities Emeritus, Elizabethtown College
Linda S. Gottfredson, Professor Emerita, School of Education, University of Delaware
Roger S. Gottlieb, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Humanities and Arts, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Joshua Gould, Principal, SAE Consulting
Jeff Gould, Chief Strategy Officer, Amplion Clinical Communications, Inc.
Adam Grab, UC Berkeley Class of 2012
Mark Grabowski, Associate Professor, Adelphi University; Syndicated Columnist
Carl F. Graf, Associate Registrar, St Norbert College
Caleb Graff, Professional Staff, US House of Representatives
Alison Graham, Registered Nurse, MHSA Student, Rollins College
Bruce Graham, Princeton ’82
David, Graham, Emeritus Professor of English, Ripon College
Mari Ann Graham, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of St. Thomas
Noah Graham, Professor of Physics, Middlebury College
Peter Graham, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside
Sam Gralla, Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Arizona
Juan Pablo Gramajo, Professor of Legal Philosophy and Law and Economics, Francisco Marroquín University (Guatemala)
Jonathan Graubart, Professor of Political Science, San Diego State University
Peter Gray, Engineer, retired
Rory T. Gray, Senior Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom
William G. Gray, Associate Professor of History, Purdue University
Eva Graycar
Alex Graziani, Secretary/Manager, Penn Township
Douglas E. Green, Professor of English and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, Augsburg College, Minneapolis
Edward Green, Assistant Professor, Roosevelt University
Jeffrey Green, General Counsel, Grimmway Farms; Adjunct Professor, California State University Bakersfield
John Green, Citizen, Rochester, NY
Nancy M. Green, Retired Elementary School Teacher
Scott R Green, MS, MFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Washington; Pastor, Berlin Christian Church, Germany
David A. Greenberg, M.D., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor, Buck Institute for Research on Aging
Mark Greenberg, Distinguished University Professor, Provost Emeritus, Drexel University
Jeff Greene, UCLA ’90, CSUF ’97
Kevin Greenman, University of Michigan Class of 2019
Jeff Greensite, Professor, Physics and Astronomy Dept, San Francisco State University
Ryan Gregg, PhD candidate in Religion, Harvard University
Samuel Gregg, Research Director, Acton Institute
Brad S. Gregory, Director, Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, and Dorothy G. Griffin Collegiate Chair and Professor of History, University of Notre Dame
Robert Gregory, consultant, RxGregory Consulting, LLC
Deborah Greh, Professor, ST. John’s University
Jeanine M. Grenberg, Professor of Philosophy, St. Olaf College; Ph.D in Philosophy from Emory University
Loren P. Gresham, President, Southern Nazarene University
Conrad Griebel, Kansas State University Class of 2014
Peter H. Griffin, Professor Emeritus, Lindenwood University
David E. Griffith, Attorney
Jeffrey W. Griffith, Attorney, Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Griffith
Susan B Griffith, Associate Member, Theology and Religion Faculty, University of Oxford
Jennifer Griffiths, Associate Professor of English, New York Institute of Technology
Catherine M. Griggs, Associate Professor of American Studies; Director of the PEL Honors Program, Eckerd College
Bryon Grigsby, President, Moravian College
Jason D. Grimes, Esq., Attorney and Technologist; Wheaton College (IL) Class of 1995; Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cl. St. Univ. Class of 2009
Leger Grindon, Walter J. Cerf Professor of Film Studies, Middlebury College
Richad B. Grisham, Southern Methodist University Law School class of 1972; retired General Counsel of Halliburton Energy Services
Charles Griswold, Borden Parker Bowne Professor of Philosophy, Boston University
Thomas G. Groleau, Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, Carthage College
Martin Groos, Director of International Relations, Katholische Universität Eichstätt – Ingolstadt, Germany
Steven Gross, DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts), Professor of Music, University of California – Santa Barbara
Lawrence Grossberg, Distinguiushed Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Elizabeth G. Grossman, Professor of Architectural History Emeritus, Rhode Island School of Design
Edward J. Groth, Professor of Physics Emeritus, Princeton University
Ralph F Grove, Professor, James Madison University Department of Computer Science
Ted Grover, Ph.D. Student, University of California Irvine
Allen W. Groves, University Dean of Students, University of Virginia
Edward G. Grulich, University of Texas at Austin, Class of 1991, M.A/M.P.Aff. 1996 
Stephen P. Grundmeier, Adjunct Professor of English, Sierra College
William R. Gruver, Howard I. Scott Chair, Bucknell University
James P. Gubbins, Associate Professor, Salem State University
Allen C. Guelzo, Henry R. Luce Professor of the Civil War Era, Director, Civil War Era Studies Program, Gettysburg College
Rev. Galen Guengerich, Senior Minister, All Souls Unitarian Church
James Guffey, Marine Veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, DoD Contractor, student at SDSU
Alison J. Guile, MD, Medical Director, Adirondacks Division, University of Vermont Health Network
Os Guinness, Author
Frank Guliuzza, Dean of Academic Affairs, Professor of Government, Patrick Henry College
Philip G. Gulley, Trinity College Class of 1967
Russ Gullotti, Retired Chairman and CEO
Adam Gussow, Professor of English and Southern Studies, University of Mississippi
Andrew Gustafson, Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Society, Heider College of Business, Creighton University
Len Gutkin, Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows
David Guthrie, Associate Professor of Higher Education, Penn State University
Shandon L. Guthrie, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Kevin R. C. Gutzman, Department of History & Non-Western Cultures, Western Connecticut State University
Joseph Gyourko, Professor of Real Estate, Finance and Business Economics & Public Policy, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Jeremy Gypton, Teacher Programs Manager,
Lou Hablas, Director, Information Technology, RZIM (Ravi Zacharias International Ministries)
Michael Hacker
Mark Hackler, SIU, 1990
Scott Hackler, Halo del Santo LLC
Gillian K Hadfield, Kirtland Professor of Law and Professor of Economics Director, Center for Law and Social Science, USC
Harry F. Hagan, Mason and musician
George A. Hagedorn, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Virginia Tech
Matthew Hagele, Assistant Professor of Religion, Kirkwood Community College
James A Hageman, Pastor
Jonathan Haidt, Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership, NYU-Stern School of Business
Donna F.G. Hailson, Author and Speaker, former Assistant Professor of Evangelism and Renewal and Director of the D.Min. in the Renewal of the Church for Mission, Eastern (now Palmer) Theological Seminary
Max Haines, Retired Teacher
Nancy Haldeman, Retired teacher, Corvallis, OR
Bradley Rainbow Hale, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Humanities Program, Azusa Pacific University.
Dennis Hale, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Boston College
Trevor S. Hale, Professor of Management Science, University of Houston – Downtown; ONR Senior Faculty Fellow, Naval Base Ventura County
Allison Haley, Student at William Jessup University
Dan Haley, Attorney, Middlebury College Class of 1995
Robert W Haley, Adjunct Faculty, Averett University
Dennis Halcoussis, Professor of Economics, California State University, Northridge
B. Welling Hall, Plowshares Professor of Peace Studies, Earlham College
Daniel E. Hall, Professor, Department of Justice and Community Studies & Political Science and Affiliate Professor, Global and Intercultural Studies & Visiting Professor of Law, Sun Yat-sen University, China
David K. Hall, Williams College, Class 0f 1970
Charles E. Hallberg, Member, Board of Trustees and “77 Law Grad, Case Western Reserve University
Robert von Hallberg, Professor of Literature, Claremont McKenna College
Gregory Hallenbeck, Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Union College
Benjamin C. Haller, Scientific Programmer, Cornell University
Julia A. Haller, MD, Ophthalmologist-in-Chief, Wills Eye Hospital, William Tasman Professor and Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Thomas Jefferson University
Cameron Hallihan, University of Pittsburgh Class of 2020
Walter H Halloran, MD, FACS, St. John’s University 1980; Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Beacon Health System; Associate Professor of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine
Sandra Ham, Senior Statistician, Center for Health and the Social Sciences (CHeSS), University of Chicago
Larry Hamberlin, Professor of Music, Middlebury College
Eric Hamell, Alumnus, University of Pennsylvania, 1984
Robert B. Hamill, Board Member, The Alexander Hamilton Institute, Hamilton College Class of 1984
Theresa Hamill, PhD in Physics from UC Davis (graduated 2018) 
Frank W. Hamilton, JD, LLM, Gettysburg College Class of 1961
John Hamilton
Todd M. Hamilton, Professor and Chair of Chemistry, Georgetown College
Thomas D. Hamm, Professor of History; Director of Special Collections, Earlham College
Stephan Hammel, Assistant Professor of Music, University of California, Irvine
Peter K. Hammerschmidt, Professor of Economics, Eckerd College
Glenn Hammill, CPA, President, Hammill Consulting, A P.C.
Caryn Hammond, Retired Accountant
Charles Hampton, Johnson Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus, The College of Wooster
Lori Cox Han, Professor of Political Science, Chapman University
Ralph C. Hancock, Professor of Political Science, Brigham Young University
Thomas G. Hancuch, Attorney and Fellow, American College of Employee Benefits Counsel
John R. M. Hand, Robert March & Mildred Borden Hanes Professor, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
John Hanes, Associate Professor of Education, Regent University
John Hanfelt, Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Emory University
James Hankins, FBA, Professor of History, Harvard University
Brian Hanks, Covenant College, Class of 1990
Gretchen Hanks, Covenant College Class of 1987
James F. Hanley, President, EeComm, Inc.
Stephen Hannan, M.D., Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Health Park Medical Center
Nancy Hanrahan, retired Physician Assistant and active Home Maker
Gregory M. Hansen, CFA, BA Economics UCLA ‘72; Associate Vice President – Investment Officer, Ranch Investment Consulting Group of Wells Fargo Advisors
Mark R. Hansen, M.D., Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Alison Hansen-Decelles, MPhil Class of 2014, University of Cambridge
F. Andrew Hanssen, Professor of Economics, Clemson University
Rev. Gregory P. Harbaugh, STS, Pastor, Zion Lutheran Church
Kurt J, Harden, President; COO, MedBen
Melissa Hardesty, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Binghamton University
Patricia E. Harding, Archivist, Notre Dame College of Ohio
Robert Harding, Ph.D. Retired
Philip J. Harold, Professor of Political Science; Co-Director of the Honors Program; Associate Dean of the School of Education and Social Sciences, Robert Morris University
Christine Froechtenigt Harper, Doctoral Candidacy Specialist, Saint Louis University
Nicholas Harrigan, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Singapore Management University
Corey Harris, Associate Professor of Theology, Alvernia University
David Harris, Forum 9 – Harvard Business School Association of Boston; MBA ’84
Jay M. Harris, Harry Austryn Wolfson Professor of Jewish Studies, Harvard University
Monty Harris, Free Union, Virginia
Ned Harris, Principal, The Software Quality Assurance Group
Richard Harris, Professor and Chair of Political Science, Joint Appoint in Public Policy & Administration, Rutgers University-Camden Campus
Robert A. Harris, Associate Professor (retired), Clemson University
Robert S. Harris, Writer; Joint Convenor of the Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group (UK)
Samantha Harris ’99, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
Simone Harris, English Teacher, Montgomery High School; Master’s Student, Bread Loaf School of English
Keith M. Harrison, Visiting Professor of Law, Acting Associate Dean, Savannah Law School
Suzan Harrison, Dean of Faculty, Eckerd College
Beth A Hart, Professor Emerita, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Matthew J. Hart, U. Michigan, BA 1996, U. Chicago MBA 2001
Nathan Harter, Professor, Department of Leadership and American Studies, Christopher Newport University
Curtis J. Hartman, Ed.D Candidate, UCLA and Teacher, Saint John Bosco High School
Margaret Carroll Hartman, Vanderbilt 1988, University of Texas 1990
Michael A. Hartman, Princeton University Class of 1962
John Hartung, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Le Moyne College
Deborah S. Hartz, Free-lance writer; alumna, University of Pennsylvania, class of 1973
Gretchen Harvey, Professor of History Emeritus, Concordia College
J. Dale Harvey, CEO, Poplar Forest Capital
Linda Harvey, President, Mission America
Van A. Harvey, George Edwin Burnell Professor of Religious Studies (Emeritus), Stanford University
Jonathan H. Harwell, Head of Collections and Systems, Olin Library, Rollins College
Sherif Hashem, Managing Director of Information Technology, Harvard Law School
Peter Hasselbacher, M.D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Louisville
Richard F. Hassing, Research Associate Professor, School of Philosophy, Catholic University of America
Tina Hassler, Vanderbilt University alum, 1990
Mary Rice Hasson, Director, Catholic Women’s Forum, Fellow, Catholic Studies Program, Ethics and Public Policy Center
Joshua Hastey, Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate Program in International Studies, Old Dominion University 
Christopher Hatch, H2 Director of Operations
Nathan O. Hatch, President, Wake Forest University
Paul B. Hatley, Professor of History, Rogers State University
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Pamela W. Hattaway, Alumna, University of Memphis
John Hattery, BsChe, MBA, MEM, Principal, Hattery Associates LLC
Johannes Hattler, Director Lindenthal-Institut, Cologne/Germany
Kylie Hatton, Director, Communication and Marketing Department, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Manos Rhodes Hatzimalonas, B.Sc. M.Sc., Director, Philotimo Foundation
Michael Hauser, Retired
Cloyd E. Havens II, Adjunct Professor, Azusa Pacific University, School of Business
Julie Mounteer Hawker, Lecturer, Communication Studies Department, San Jose State University
Rob Hawkes, Chief Operating Officer, Artificial Grass Liquidators Holdings, Corp
Alan J. Hawkins, Camilla E. Kimball Professor of Family Life, Brigham Young University
Lisa Hawkins, Executive Administrator, American College of Pediatricians
Martha Hawley, Homemaker, University of Kentucky
Arthur Waterman Rogers Hawley, Real Estate Investor
John F. Hawley, Retired
Kevin Hay MB MRCPI CCFP FCFP Wainwright Health Centre, AB. Canada
William R. Hays III, Attorney
Andrew Hayashi, Associate Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
Scott Hayden, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, International Community School, Bangkok, Thailand
Julian W. Haydon, Retired
Victoria Haydon
Desmond Hayes, President, Trean LLC
Thomas J. Hayes, Professor of Marketing, Xavier University
Beth Haynes, MD, Executive Director, Benjamin Rush Institute
Marc Hays, Academic Director, Classical Conversations
Steven F. Hayward, Senior Resident Scholar, Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley
Peter Hazlett, Kenyon College Class of 2018
Thomas W. Hazlett, Hugh H. Macaulay Endowed Professor of Economics, Clemson University
Marianne Phillips Head, B.A. Communications, University of Northern Colorado
Mary Crowley Healy, Retired History and English Teacher
Stephen Healy, Professional Land Surveyor, Retired, Australia
John R. Heard, University of Texas School of Law class of 1975
Douglas E. Heath, Professor Emeritus of Geography and Geology, Northampton Community College; Adjunct Professor, World Geography and Global Issues, Moravian College
Eugene Heath, Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at New Paltz
Theresa Heath, Executive Director Business Development, BARC Global Central Lab
Bob Hebert, Librarian, Wake Forest University
Bill Heck, Managing Principal, Harlon Group
Mark A. Heckler, President, Valparaiso University
David P. Heddle, Professor of Physics, Christopher Newport University
Dennis W. Hedgepeth, trustee and past president, St. John’n Church Foundation
Steve Hedrick, Community Prevention Educator, Tahoe SAFE Alliance
Kees Heesters, University of Leyden, 1986
Braylon J Heffington
Deena Heg, Postsecondary Education Evaluator and Consultant
Bruce Heiden, Professor of Classics, The Ohio State University
George C. Heider, Chair and Professor, Department of Theology, Valparaiso University
Deanna Heikkinen, Associate Professor of Humanities, Los Angeles Valley College
John G. Heilman, Provost and Professor Emeritus, Auburn University
Dennis J. Heim, Carroll University Class of 1982
Daniel R. Heimbach, Senior Professor of Christian Ethics, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
David Hein, Professor of Religion and Philosophy, Hood College, Frederick, Maryland
Nick Heiner, Senior Software Engineer at the United States Digital Service, at the White House
George Heinrichs, History Teacher, Community School
Jay Heinrichs, Professor of the Practice, Middlebury College
Joyce Heisen, Casual Candids Photography
Ena Heller, Bruce A. Beal Director, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College
Deborah Hellman, D. Lurton Massee Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
Charles C. Hemler, Princeton University Class of 2020
Sara Henary, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Missouri State University
Anne Hendershott, Professor of Sociology, Franciscan University, Steubenville, Ohio
Christine Dunn Henderson, Senior Fellow, Liberty Fund
D. Scott Henderson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Luther Rice College & Seminary
Howard Henderson, Professor; Editor, Journal of CJ & Law Review, Administration of Justice Department, Texas Southern University
Matthew Henderson, B.A., Pomona College ’95; A.M., University of Chicago ’00; J.D., UCLA ‘03
Meagan Henderson, mom
Robert Henderson, Yale University Class of 2018
David C. Hendrickson, Professor of Political Science, Colorado College
Burke Hendrix, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Oregon
Jamie Hendry, Associate Professor of Management, Bucknell University
Jean Hendry, Princeton University MA, Ph.D., Psychology
Paul Henkels Jr., Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.
T. Roderick Henkels, President & CEO, Henkels & McCoy
Max Hennig, Postgraduate, Department of Social and Organisational Psychology, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany
Marian Hennings, Retired
Caleb Henry, Associate Professor of Political Science, Seattle Pacific University
Sharon M. Henry, Professor of Physical Therapy Emerita, Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science, University of Vermont
Kristy L. Henscheid, Associate Professor of Biology; Director, Bechtel National Planetarium, Columbia Basin College
David C Henshaw, PhD, retired Clinical Psychologist
Elizabeth Pruett Herbert, Trinity College Class of ‘83
Jack Herbert, Princeton University Class of 1978, University of Virginia School of Law Class of 1982
James Herbert, Executive Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate College, Drexel University, President-Designate, University of New England
Clifford N. Herbstman, University of Michigan, BA, 1963
Del Herman, Florida State University Class of 2019
Mario L. Herman, Principal, Law Office of Mario L.Herman
Ron Herms, Dean of School of Humanities, Religion, & Social Sciences (HRSS); Associate Professor in Biblical Studies, Fresno Pacific University
George M. Herrmann, Adjunct Professor of Business, Merrimack College
Tim Herrmann, Graduate Chair, Master of Arts in Higher Education & Student Development, Taylor University
Ismael Hernandez, Founder of The Freedom & Virtue Institute
John M. Hernandez, University of Rochester, Class of 2005
Sara Xayarath Hernandez, Associate Dean for Inclusion and Student Engagement, Cornell Graduate School
David Herrington MD, MHS, Dalton McMichael Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Marion V Herrington, Sam Houston University, 1954
Mark P. Hertenstein, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Class of 2017
Charles Hentrick, Adjunct, Philosophy, SUNY Geneseo
Wolf Hertzberg, University of Chicago Class of 2020
Christian S. Herzeca, Haverford college, (1976, BA Philosophy); Boston University School of Law (1979 JD); New York University School of Law (1984 LLM)
Susannah Heschel, Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies; Chair, Jewish Studies Program, Dartmouth College
Keith Hess, Philosophy Instructor, Department of Social Sciences, College of Southern Nevada
Brenda Hess-McAskill, Equine Facilities Manager, University of New Hampshire
Eric Hewett, Executive Director, Paideia Institute for Humanistic Study
Mark Hewett, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Class of 1981
John von Heyking, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Lethbridge
Deborah Hickey, Attorney, New York District Attorney Office
Matthew Hickey, Professor and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, Colorado State University
Katherine Hicklin, Grandmother of two
Bonnie Hicks, Duke University Class of 1963
John Mark Hicks, Professor of Theology, Lipscomb University
Ruth R. Hicks, Retired, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Stephen Hicks, Professor of Philosophy Executive Director, Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship, Rockford University
Takashi Hidaka, McGill University, MBA Candidate, Class of 2018
Robert Hierholzer, Health Sciences Clinical Professor, University of California-San Francisco, Fresno Medical Education Program
Ricky Higby, M.A. Ed, Doctoral Student, Trident University; Speaker, Trainer, Educator; Master Resilience Trainer; Violence Prevention Educator
Andrew C. Higgins, Associate Professor of English, SUNY New Paltz
Jeffrey Higgins, writer
Laurie Higgins, Cultural Issues Writer, Illinois Family Institute
Carl Hildebrand, DPhil Candidate in Philosophy, University of Oxford
Christian G. Hildenbrand, Citizen, Chappaqua, New York
Lisa D.A. Hilgenberg
George Gwynn Hill, President, Oak Hill Cemetery; President, Oak Hill Cemetery Historic Preservation Foundation; Father; current University of Chicago student
Jacob Hill, Student, The College of William & Mary, Class of 2019
Kent R. Hill, Executive Director, Religious Freedom Institute
R. Kevin Hill, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Portland State University
Michael E. Hill, President, The Chautauqua Institution
Nick Hill, Campus staff, Power to Change, University of Toronto
Paul T. Hill, Founder, Center on Reinventing Public Education; Political Scientist, Professor, University of Washington-Bothell
Scott A. Hill, Chief Financial Officer, Intercontinental Exchange, ICE
Charlie Hillegas, High School Social Studies Teacher-U.S. Government, Economics and Global History, Orchard Park High School
Scott Hiller, Associate Professor of Economics, Fairfield University
David Hillinck, History and Economics Teacher, Randolph School, Huntsville, Alabama
Anne Hilton, Member, Board of Trustees, Drake University
Larry Himes, University of Southern California, retired
Peter David Himmel, MD, Emergency Physician, Kadlec Medical Center
David Hinden, Director, Institute of Scholastic Sports Science & Medicine, Harvard-Westlake School
Alex E. Hindman, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of the Holy Cross
Julie F. Hinkle PhD, RN, CNE, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, University of Central Florida
Daniel B. Hinshaw, M.D., Professor Emeritus University of Michigan
Benjamin Hippen, M.D. Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Patti M. Hiramoto, Associate Vice President of Inclusive Excellence, California State University, Monterey Bay
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, President, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership
John C. Hitt, President, University of Central Florida
Jane Hittinger, Associate Professor of Religion, Department of Philosophy and Religion, University of Tulsa
F. Russell Hittinger, William K Warren Professor of Catholic Studies, University of Tulsa
Marek Hlavac, Ph.D. candidate in Political Economy and Government, Harvard University
Tuan Hoang, Assistant Professor of Great Books, Pepperdine University
David Hobbet, Executive Director, The Veritas Forum
Bradley K. Hobbs, Clinical Professor of Economics, Clemson University
Gary Craig Hobbs, Professor of Digital Media Art, San José State University
Joan Hochman, Woodrow Wilson School *74
Will Hochman, writing professor, Southern Connection
Jennifer L. Hochschild, Henry LaBarre Jayne Professor of Government, Harvard University
Ashley Hodgson, Associate Professor of Economics, St. Olaf College
Robert Alexander Hoekman, Wildlife Photographer; Leiden University BSc
Terri Hoeper, Mother of 5, Grandmother of 7; student, Liberty University, class of 2018
John B. Hoff, Small Business Owner
Peter Hoffman, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, Canada
Ross M. Hoffman, MD, Associate Lecturer, University of Queensland School of Medicine
R. Holt Hogan, University of the South, Sewanee, Class of 1953
Jane Hogan, Stanford University, Class of 1954
Timothy J. Hogan, Senior Manager, Office of Information Technology, Princeton University
David F. Hoinski, Ph.D., President & CEO, Studium Consulting LLC
Gordon F. Holbein, Senior Lecturer, Corporate Strategy and Leadership, The University of Kentucky
Christiana Holcomb, Legal Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom
Arthur L. Holden, Chairman, Organizing Committee of Genomic Resources Consortium; Chairman and CEO, Pharmaceutical Biomedical Research Consortium, Ltd., International Serious Adverse Events Consortium, Ltd.
Don Holley, Emeritus, Economics, Boise State University
William A. Holley III, Harvard College Class of 1983
Lee M. Hollis, Partner, Lightfoot, Franklin & White, LLC
Carson Holloway, Professor of Political Science, University of Nebraska at Omaha
David Holmes
F. Owen Holmes Jr., Lecturer, California State University, Fullerton
Jessica Holmes, Professor of Economics, Middlebury College
Peter Holmes, Lecturer in Theology, University of Notre Dame, Sydney, Australia
Dagmar Holmquist, CPA, P.C.
Andrew Holt, Professor of History- Florida State College at Jacksonville
Stan Honeycutt, World History & US Government Teacher, The Woodlands College Park High School
Shirley V. Hoogstra, President, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
Ronald J. Hook, LMSW, Faculty – The Institute for Individual and Group Psychotherapy – Specialty:  Physical aspects of emotional disorders
Gregory N. Hoole, Mediator and Arbitrator, HOOLE & KING, L.C.
David G. Hoopes, Professor of Strategic Management, College of Business Administration and Public Policy, California State University, Dominguez Hills
Richard D. Hoover, Col., USAF, Retired
Scott James Hopkins, D.O., Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology; Anesthesiologist, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth
Amy Hopson, PhD Candidate, Economics, Duke University
Stephen A. Horan, Small Business Owner; Public Policy Analyst
Craig Horbinski, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology and Neurosurgery, Northwestern University
David Horkott, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Martin F Horn, Distinguished Lecturer , John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Milton P. Horne, DPhil, Professor of Religion, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri
Michael Horner, Philosopher, Power to Change Ministries; Part-time Instructor in Philosophy, Trinity Western University
Sara R. Horowitz, Professor, Humanities, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Joseph A. Horton, MD, Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Tulane University School of Medicine, Founder, Micrus Endovascular Corporation
Rachel Horton, BA Economics, Indiana University 2016
Thomas W. Horton, Former Chairman & CEO, American Airlines
Thomas Z. Horton, Princeton University Class of 2015
Fran Horvath, Associate Vice President for Academic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness, California State University, Monterey Bay
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics, St. Lawrence University; Schnatter Distinguished Professor of Free Enterprise, Ball State University
Allison Willoughby Hosbein, Princeton University Class of 1979
Jim Hostetler, Construction Worker
Robert W. Hotz, Attorney, High School Constitutional Law Teacher
Gary W. Houchens, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, & Research, Western Kentucky University
Vera Vaughan Hough, Princeton Class of 1992
Richard R. Hough III, Chairman and CEO, Silvercrest Asset Management Group Inc.
Douglas Houston, emeritus professor, University of Kansas
Pam Houston, Director of Academic Services (Retired), College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Kansas
Jeffrey A. Howard, Professor of Psychology, Eckerd College
Justin R. Howard, Partner—Alston & Bird LLP
Robert T Howard, President & CEO, TMW Enterprises, Inc.
Craig L. Howe, Hillsdale College, Class of 1971
Elijah C. Howe, PhD candidate, Indiana University
Susana Howell, TIBR Managing Editor; Case Series Manager, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University
Troy D Howell, Managing Director of Sculling Programs, Craftsbury Outdoor Center
Frank Howland, Department of Economics, Wabash College
Timothy G Hoxie, Yale College, 1982; Harvard Law School, 1985
Aaron Hoy, Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Anita Woolfolk Hoy, Professor Emeritus of Education, The Ohio State University
John J. Hoy, Circuit Court Judge (retired), 15th Judicial Circuit of Florida; Duke University, Class of 1967
Robert S. Hoy, Assistant Professor of Physics, University of South Florida
Wayne K. Hoy, Professor Emeritus of Education Administration, The Ohio State University
Paul Hsieh, MD, Private practice physician
Yi Hu, Historian, The European Society for the History of Economic Thought
Stephen K. Huber, Professor Emeritus, University of Houston
James Hubert, Professor, Seattle Central College
David Huddle, Professor of English Emeritus, University of Vermont
H. Paul Huddle, Executive Director, the Gathering of Men Southern California; Fuller Theological Seminary Class of 1976
Mark W. Huddleston, President, University of New Hampshire
Daniel H. Hudnut, Vice President, Wagner Forest Management, Ltd.
Frances Huehls, Associate Librarian, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Steve Huffman, CRM, MBA, Business Manager, Chicago, IL; BA Miami University ,’03; MBA Bowling Green State University, ’10
Lee R. Huessener, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Class of 1974
David Huettner, emeritus professor of economics, OU
Craig E. Hughes, Duke University M.A. (1988); JD (1992); author “Inheritance Conflict”
Dan Hughes, Clemson University class of 1963, North Carolina State University Class of 1969
Kevin L. Hughes, Associate Professor, Theology & Religious Studies, Director of the Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University
Scott C. Hughes, Chief Information Officer, Moravian College
David R. Huisjen, Jr., Doctoral candidate in Philosophy of Religion, University of Helsinki; Teacher of humanities and social science subjects, Etelä Tapiolan lukio: Espoo, Finland
Leroy A. Huizenga, Administrative Chair of Human and Divine Sciences, University of Mary, Bismarck, ND
Louisa Sue Hulett, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Knox College
Charles L. H. (Chat) Hull, Jansky Fellow, National Radio Astronomy Observatory & Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Stephanie J. Hull, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Julia Hulings
Glen C Hume, S ’74, P ’05, retired
B. Philip Hummelt, Vice President, Gimbert Realty Capital
Edith M. Humphrey, William F. Orr Professor of New Testament, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Margaret Humphreys, Josiah Charles Trent Professor in the History of Medicine, Professor of History, Professor of Medicine, Duke University
Alice N Hunt, Middlebury College French school, Class of 1972
Michie I. Hunt, Ph.D. *79, Philosophy, Princeton University
Steven A. Hunt, Professor of New Testament, Gordon College
Danielle E. Huntley, Principal, Immigration Law, Huntley Inc
Jude A. Huntz, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Metropolitan Community College; Visiting Professor, DeVry University
Richard B Hurd, President and Chief Executive Officer, PyraMax Bank fsb
Stuart H. Hurlbert, Professor of Biology Emeritus, San Diego State University  
David C. Hurley, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice; combat veteran; Texas A&M – Commerce
Gregory A. Hurwitt, Princeton University Class of 1982
Scott Alan Husband, Associate Professor of Psychology, The University of Tampa
Sue Ann Huseman, President, University of Maine at Machias
Diane White Husic, Dean, School of Natural and Health Sciences, Moravian College
Iftekhar Hussain, Chair, Board of Directors, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Pennsylvania
Gregory S. Hutcheson, Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Louisville
Brent H. Hutchings, CEO North River Boats
Bobbie Ann Hutchins, CEO Plantation Gourmet Coffe Co.
Donna Huttenhoff
Stephen J. Huxley, Professor of Business Analytics, School of Management, University of San Francisco; Author of “Asset Dedication”
Hyacinth I. Hyacinth, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorder Center, Emory University SOM
Carol Iannone, Editor at large, Academic Questions
Anthony P. Iannuzzi, Consultant/Mentor Executive Leadership Institute
Howard Ibach, Author, Educator, Speaker, Glendale College
Brendan J. Illis, Sr. Emergency Coordinator, Touro College & University System
Rev. Robert Imbelli, S.T.L., Ph.D., Boston College Theology Department Emeritus
Jonathan B. Imber, Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology, Wellesley College
John D. Inazu, Sally D. Danforth Distinguished Professor of Law and Religion, Washington University in St. Louis
Jim Incorvaia, senior member, English Department, Harborfields High School
Peter Ingemi, Conservative Journalist & Blogger,
Andrea Werner Insoft, LICSW, Clinical social Worker
Robert Insoft, MD, Brown University Alpert Medical School, Dept of Pediatrics; Chief Medical Officer, Women & Infants Hospital
Michael Inzlicht, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Toronto
Kathy Ireland, Chair, CEO, Chief Designer, kathy ireland Worldwide (kiWW)
Kerry E. Irish, Professor of American History, George Fox University
Teresa Irizarry, Writer, Author of “Rekindled, the story of Roger Williams”
Kristen Irwin, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago
Jonathan Isaac, Chair of the Student Review Board, Messiah College Class of 2017
Jonathan Isham, Jr., Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies, Middlebury College
Sonya Isenberg, Princeton University Class of 2020
Janice P. Jackman, O.D., Alumna Marshall B. Ketchum University
Dan Jackson
Dubois L. Jackson
Gene Jackson Jr., Husband, Father, and Free – thinker
Kent P. Jackson, Professor of Religion, Brigham Young University
Lawrence Jackson, Harvard Class of 1975
Michael R. Jackson, Research Professor of Psychology, Earlham College
Ronald L. Jackson, Human Rights Attorney; TexasTech University School of Law 1985
Thomas R. Jackson, Retired
Wilfred Paul Jackson, Princeton Theological Seminary Class of 1981
Paul Jacob, President, Citizens in Charge Foundation
Alan Jacobs, Distinguished Professor of the Humanities, Baylor University
Larry D. Jacobs, Managing Director, World congress of Families, M.A., M.F.S., Yale University
Larry E. Jacobs, Attorney at Law
Robert P. Jacobs, MD, MBA, Retired NYU School of Medicine (1964) and The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1991)
Bob Jacobsen, Professor of Physics, University of California, Berkeley
Gary J. Jacobsohn, H. Malcolm Macdonald Professor of Constitutional and Comparative Law, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government
Bruce Jacobson, Retired Physician; Graduate of Haverford College (B.A.) 1977; Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (M.D) 1981
John Z. Jacoby, U.S. Marine Veteran of the Korean War, Retired Engineer – AT&T Bell Laboratories
Tom Jaggard, Coordinator of Secondary Instruction, Aransas County ISD
Rev. David Jahnke, Senior Pastor, Fanwood Presbyterian Church
Frank Jakiela, St. Francis University
Albert Jakira, Retired, City College of NY Class of 1968
David A. James, freelance writer, Alaska Dispatch News; Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
David N. James, President, CEO, Management Resource Group, Inc. (Retired)
Mark A. Jamison, Director and Gunter Professor, Public Utility Research Center, University of Florida
Regina Jammen, M.S. scientist, consultant, writer
John R. Janczy, Ph. D., Head of Research & Development, Nanoly Bioscience
Jeremy A. Janow, Professorial Lecturer, American University
Len Jardine, Dartmouth College Class of 1981
Michael Jaroscak, Graphic Designer Cleveland, Ohio
William L. Jasper, Retired CEO, Member of Philadelphia University Board of Trustees
Reginald Jayne, Associate Professor of History, College of Western Idaho
Anselm Jeevaratnam, Retired Civil Servant
Corazon Jeevaratnam, Business Manager, Princeton University
Lars Jefferson, BM, BA, MS, Music Teacher
David Lyle Jeffrey, FRSC, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Baylor Institute for Studies in Religion
Michael S. Jeffress, Lecturer, Dept. of Literary, Cultural and Communication Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Education, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad
Shannon Jenkins, Associate Professor; Chair of Political Science, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Elizabeth Jennings, Academic Publishing Consultant, Elsevier Digital Commons
Dell Jensen, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Augustana College
Mark Jensen, Professor of Chemistry, Concordia College
Matt Jenson, Associate Professor of Theology, Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University
Robert W. Jenson, Emeritus Professor of Religion, St. Olaf College and former Senior Scholar for Research, Center for Theological Inquiry, Princeton, NJ
Jon Jermey, Academic Indexer
Richard R. Jesse, Associate Professor Emeritus, Grossman School of Business, The University of Vermont
Jason Jewell, Professor of Humanities, Faulkner University
Michael T. Jewell, Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Colorado / Colorado School of Public Health
Michael Jezewak, Philosophy, Politics, & the Public Graduate from Xavier University and High School History Teacher
John A. Jillions, Associate Professor of Religion and Culture, St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary
Xavier R. Jimenez, Rockford University Class of 1997; Sr. Director, Strategy Consulting, Lithium Technologies
Matthew L. Jockers, Susan J. Rosowski Associate Professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Michael A. Joenks, U.S. Navy, retired
Steven Joffe, Emanuel and Robert Hart Associate Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
Richard R. John, Professor of History and Communications, Columbia University
Ben Johnson, Ph.D. Candidate, Politics Department, Princeton University
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Erika Johnson, Librarian, University of North Dakota Medical School
Evan B. Johnson, PhD Student, Department of History, University of Cincinnati
Joseph E. Johnson, Professor Emeritus, Bryan School of Business and Economics, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Margery H Johnson, Vassar College ’62, businesswoman
Nathan Johnson, Pastor, Christ Reformed Presbyterian Church
Nicholas Kerton-Johnson, Associate Professor of International Relations, Taylor University
Russell Johnson, Professor of Biology, Colby College
Sara Raup Johnson, Associate Professor of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, University of Connecticut (Storrs)
Sheri Lynn Johnson, James and Mark Flanagan Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
Steve Johnson, Attorney
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Tanja Johnson, Mother; Homeschool teacher
Todd Johnson, Task Force Capital
Trevor Johnson, University of St. Thomas School of Law, Class of 2019
Kara M. Ryan-Johnson, Assistant Professor of English, Tulsa Community College
Jeff Johnston, Database Programmer
Benjamin F Jones, PhD, South Dakota’s Secretary of Education
Brian Jones, Associate Professor, Kinesiology and Health Sciences, Georgetown College
Christopher Jones, Professor & Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, Moravian College
Herb Jones, Physician
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Keith T Jones, University of South Carolina BS 1996
Lee Jones, Reader in International Politics, School of Politics & International Relations, Queen Mary, University of London
Margaret Jones, Moravian College, Class of 2020
Matthew R. Jones, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University
Michael Jones, Adjunct Instructor of History, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
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Christopher W. Love, Instructor of Philosophy, United States Air Force Academy
Cynthia Lovecchio, Retired
Daniel H. Lowenstein, Director, UCLA Center for the Liberal Arts and Free Institutions (CLAFI)
Nathan Lowenstein, Partner, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP
Dawn Lowry
Margery Lucas, Professor of Psychology and Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences, Wellesley College
Joseph Luchok, Retired Professor of Communications; Forensics Coach; Current member of the National Press Club
Rev. Joel A. Luckemeyer, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Exeter, CA
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Allan Ludgate, Managing Director, Monitor Institute
William C Ludwig, University of Illinois ’69
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Dan Lundquist, curator Five Porch Farm (Northumberland, NY), former vice president Union College, Amherst ’76, Harvard ’80
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Andrew Lustig, Holmes Rolston Professor of Religion and Science, Davidson College
Gregory D. Luther, Harvard College Class of 1982
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Erzo F.P. Luttmer, The Dartmouth Professor in Economics, Dartmouth College
Mark J. Lutz, Director, Society for Greek Political Thought; Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Alan Luxenberg, President, Foreign Policy Research Institute
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Jim Lynn, Graduate Wabash College 1970
Jim Lyon
Daniel A. Lyons, Associate Professor of Law, Boston College Law School
Jim Lyttle, Secretary, Lake Superior Freethinker
You-You Ma, Princeton Class of 2016
Barbara Maas, Retired Educator
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Charles F. MacCarthy, M.D. Co-Founder, Good News Project, Inc.
John P. MacCarthy, O.Praem, MD, St. Norbert Abbey
Andrew MacDougall, Board Member, Social Trends Institute
Michael Macy, Goldwin Smith Professor of Arts and Sciences, Cornell University
Brett MacKenzie, School of Business, Finance, California State University, Northridge, 1987
Wayne E. Mackey, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science, New York University
Barry Mackintosh, Degrees from Tufts University and the University of Maryland
Steven Macks
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William K. MacReynolds, Dean, School of Business, Greensboro College
Jan Macvarish, Associate Lecturer, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent, Canterbury
Arthur MacWaters, McKinsey & Company, Princeton Class of 2018
Kevin Madigan, Winn Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Harvard Divinity School
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Benjamin P. Madonia, Hamilton College Class of 1974, Director of Planned Giving Hamilton College
Bertha K Madras, Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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Marcelo Magnasco, Professor and Head, Laboratory of Integrative Neuroscience, Rockefeller University
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Francis Kirk Mahoney, graduate of SUNY Albany (BA 1981), Pace University Law School (JD 1988) and Graduate School of Business (MBA 1990)
John Mahoney, Lawyer
Peter A. Maillet, Associate Dean for Global Affairs; Lecturer in Global Strategy and Finance, McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia
George Mairs
Adrienne Major, Associate Professor of English Literature and Academic Dean, Landmark College
M. Ben Major, Associate Professor of Cell Biology & Physiology, and Pharmacology, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Oksanna Zanft Malan, Attorney, Harvard College class of 1989; Harvard Law School class of 1992
Joyce Malcolm, Patrick Henry Professor of Constitutional Law and the Second Amendment, Scalia Law School, George Mason University
Rahul Malhotra MD, Private Practice Psychiatrist
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George B. Mallory Jr. MD, Professor of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital
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Michael Malone, Process Assurance Manager
Arthur T. Maloney, Assistant Professor, Pace University School of Education
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Rocco G. Maltese, Physicist , secondary School teacher, ISS G. La Pira Nautical School, Pozzallo,Rg Italy
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Rev. Michael R. Mandel, Professor, Business and Economics, Faith Based Community Liasion, Housatonic Community College
Norman Mandelbaum, Vice President; Investment Officer, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
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W. Andrew Marcus, Professor of Geography &,Tykeson Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oregon
Alexei Marcoux, Professor of Business Ethics and Society & Institute for Economic Inquiry Senior Scholar Heider College of Business, Creighton University
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Alex Marshall, Author, “The Surprising Design of Market Economies”
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Hugh J. Martin, Professor of Journalism, E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University; co-editor, Journal of Media Economics
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Doug McCullough, Director, Lone Star Policy Institute
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James McLean, Associate Professor of Physics; Presiding Officer of the Faculty, State University of New York at Geneseo
Michael F. McLean, President, Thomas Aquinas College
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Michael McLendon, Professor of Political Science, California State University, Los Angeles
Philip D. McLeod, Campus Minister, Philadelphia
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John C. McManus, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of History, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Erin Reeves-McMillan, MS MFT, Fuller School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Class of 1998
James H. McMillan, Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor, Department of Foundations of Education, School of Education, Virginia Commonwealth University
W. Douglas McMillin, Mack Hornbeak Professor of Economics, Louisiana State University
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Carol McNamara, Ph.D., Associate Director for Public Programs and Senior Lecturer, School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, Arizona State University
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Shaun M. McNaughton, J.D., M.A., Attorney at Law, The Busch Firm
Mark McNeilly, Professor of the Practice, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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Julia McQuillan, Professor & Chair, Department of Sociology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Donald Meltzer, Founder, The Don Meltzer Company, LLC
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Louis Menashe, Professor Emeritus of History, Polytechnic Institute of NYU
Robert V. Mendelsohn
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Jason Merchant, Lorna P. Straus Professor of Linguistics, University of Chicago
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Lawrence P. Merkel, Adjunct Professor of Accounting, Williams College of Business, Xavier University
H. Bart Merkle, Distinguished Professor of Education, Grand Valley State University
Richard Mersereau, Principal, Liberty Strategic Consulting Group; Visiting Scholar, Cal Poly Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy
Paul A. Mertz, Retired, Former Chief Operating Officer and Director, The John Buck Company
Hon. Brian R. Merrick, Justice, Massachusetts District Court (Ret.)
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Charles Merward, Philosopher and Psychoanalyst, Dept of Philosophy, Sociology, and Social Justice, Mt. San Antonio College
José Meseguer, Professor of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M. Greig Metzger, Princeton Class of 1982, Executive Director of the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf
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Arthur Milch, Retired Attorney
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Garrett J. Miller, Adjunct professor of philosophy, Miracosta College, Miramar College, and University of St. Katherine
Jakob Miller, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Taylor University
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Thomas E. Moran, Professor of Chinese, Middlebury College
Michael E Morandi, Princeton University MPA 1983
Archpriest Andrew Morbey, Dean, St Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral
Lucas E. Morel, Professor of Politics, Washington and Lee University
Christopher J. Moreland, PhD Candidate; Adjunct Faculty, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Michael P. Moreland, University Professor of Law and Religion; Director, Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Mateo Morelos, Teacher; Former Congressional Staffer; Political Candidate
Jonathan D. Moreno, David and Lyn Silfen University Professor, University of Pennsylvania
J.J. Moreso, Professor, Law Department, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (Spain)
Erol Morey, Program Analyst, The Joint Chiefs of Staff
Earl Morgan
Thomas O. Morgan, Retired Professor of Communication, Nicholson School of Communication, University of Central Florida
Michael J. Moriarty, member, Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
Peter Morici, Emeritus Professor, University of Maryland
Andrew Moroz, Princeton University *05
Andy Morris, Assistant Vice President for Student Support Services, Nazareth College
Christopher W. Morris, Professor of Philosophy & Department Chair, University of Maryland
Pamela F. Morris
Robert G. Morrison, Colson Fellow
Holliann Morro, Law Clerk, Hanna Brophy LLP; Almuna, Brigham Young University, 2015; JD Candidate, University of LaVerne College of Law, 2020
Jeffrey Morrow, M.D. Princeton University, Class of 1965
Edward A. Morse, Professor of Law, McGrath North Mullin & Kratz Chair in Business Law, Creighton University School of Law
Gary C. Morse, D.Min., Pastor, Memphis Conference, United Methodist Church
Kenneth P. Mortensen, Counselor at Law; Juris Doctorate ’95, Villanova University School of Law; Adjunct Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law; Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Maine School of Law; former Associate Deputy Attorney General, Privacy & Civil Liberties, U.S. Department of Justice.
Allen S. Morton, Senior Managing Director and Group Head, Energy & Natural Resources Group, FBR Capital Markets & Co.
F.L. (Ted) Morton, Senior Fellow, School of Public Policy, Professor, Dept. of Political Science, University of Calgary
Jason Mosakowski, Stanford Class of 1991
Robert Mosby, Parent
Melissa Moschella, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America
John Moser, Professor of History, Ashland University
M. Andrew Moshier, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Chapman University
John Mosko, Senior Consultant, Market Edge
Marquita Moss, President Emeritus, Brentwood Christian School
Sheila M. Most, Prof. Emerita, Dept. of English, Eastern Michigan University
William D. Motherway, President, Conner Strong & Buckelew, LLC
Tom Moultrie, Professor of Demography, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Brian Mount, Musician, Minnesota Orchestra
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Ann E. Moyer, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania; Co-Executive Editor, Journal of the History of Ideas
James F. Moyle, Esq., Founding Member, Moyle LLC
John S. Muchmore, MD,PhD, Physician
Pablo Muchnik, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Emerson College
David Mudgway
Blake Thomas Mueller, Student, Columbia College, Columbia University
Judith C. Mueller, Professor & Chair of English, Franklin & Marshall College
Mark D. Muenchow
Geraldine Muir, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Boston University School of Law
James A. S. Muldowney III ’94, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee
Annette M. Mulee, Attorney, Mediator
Schlomo Muller, Student at Brooklyn College
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Laurie Allen Mullig, Princeton University Class of 1986
Phil Mullins, Past President Hanover College Board of Directors
Matthew K. Mulvaney, Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Science, Syracuse University
Robert F. Mulvihill, Retired Political Scientist, Rosemont College
Jeremy Ravi Mumford, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Brown University, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Pamela Mumm, High School English Teacher, Laconia/Cirrus H.S., Rosendale, Wisconsin
Shari Munch, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Rutgers University
Mitch Muncy, Principal, Prospera, LLC, Princeton University Class of 1990
Michael C. Munger, Director, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program, and Professor of Political Science, Duke University
Vincent Phillip Muñoz, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame
Lars Munson, Partner, Manatuck Hill Partners, LLC
Jonathan Munves, M.D., Medical Associates of the Lehigh Valley
Dennis D. Muraoka, Professor Emeritus, California State University Channel Islands
Stanley Muravchick, Emeritus Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania
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Bradley Jensen Murg, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Seattle Pacific University
Christopher Murphy, Student, Indiana University Bloomington
Jack Murphy, Williams College Class of 2021
James Bernard Murphy, Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
Julien Murphy, Associate Dean & Professor of Philosophy, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, University of Southern Maine
Robert Murphy, minister emeritus, Unitarian Universalists
Harry L. Murray, III, Princeton University Class of 1969
John E. Murray, Joseph R. Hyde III Professor of Political Economy, Rhodes College
Ottis Murray, Professor, Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Paul Murray, Financial Services Industry
Robert R. Murray III,  citizen
Samuel H. Murray, Sr., MDiv, MS, Pastor
John P. Murry, Jr., Associate Professor of Marketing, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa
Jennifer Murtazashvili, Associate Professor, Director, International Development Program, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh
Matthew Menzel Musselman, Public Health & Medical Student, Primary Care Academic Fellow, Touro University California
Ronald G. Musto, JD, Attorney, retired
Caitlin Knowles Myers, Associate Professor of Economics, Middlebury College
Jason A. Myers, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, Greensboro College
Jeff Myers, President, Summit Ministries
Peter C. Myers, Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Ronald E. Myers, Professor; Director, Division of Population Science, Department of Medical Oncology, Thomas Jefferson University
Tyrone A. Myers, Graduate Philosophy Student, Holy Apostles College & Seminary
Wayne Myers, retired Air Force pilot, former Assistant Professor of English, US Air Force and Military Academies
Winfield Myers, Director of Academic Affairs, Middle East Forum
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John S. Nader, President, Farmingdale State College
Angela Nagle, Lecturer, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
D. Brendan Nagle, Professor of History (emeritus), University of Southern California
Lisa Nagle, CEO/President, Pacific Link International Educational Services (PLIES)
Robert Najdek Jr., Fordham BA 2012; Union Theological Seminary MA 2015
Jeffrey Nall, Master Instructor of Philosophy, Indian River State College
Penny Nance, CEO & President, Concerned Women for America
Allison Heidbrink Nanni, Director of Community Engagement, Samford University
Ollie Nanyes, Professor of Mathematics, Bradley University
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Ron Nash, Senior Education Fellow, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Marco Nava, Architetto, Politecnico di Milano
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Anne D. Neal, Senior Fellow, American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Zachary Neal, Chief Financial Officer, Expedition Water Solutions
Elliot Neaman, Professor of History, President, USFFA, University of San Francisco
Victor Nee, Frank and Rosa Rhodes Professor; Director, Center for the Study of Economy and Society, Department of Sociology, Cornell University
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Charles Negy, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Central Florida
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Andrew Patrick Nelson, Assistant Professor of Film History and Critical Studies, Montana State University
Craig E. Nelson, Professor (Emeritus) of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington
David A. Nelson, Ph.D., Professor of Human Development and Associate Dean, Brigham Young University
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John P. Nelson, M.D., Psychiatrist in private practice, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Jon P. Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Economics, The Pennsylvania State University
Jonathan H. Nelson, Philosophy Instructor at Saint Louis University
Matthew E. Nelson, M.Div., History Teacher, The Menlo School; MLA student, Stanford University
Matthew J. Nelson, Postdoctoral Fellow in Neuroscience, Northwestern University
Melisa Nelson, Confidential Administrative Assistant to VP of Student Services, Bellingham Technical College
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Mark R. Nemec, PhD, President; Professor of Politics, Fairfield University
Andrea Neptune, Academic Senate President; English Professor, Sierra College
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John M Nevin Jr, Managing Partner, Ayrshire Capital Management LLC; Connecticut College ’87; NYU Stern School, MBA ’97
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Nicolás Nogueroles, Associate Professor of Private Law, University Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona (Spain)
Catherine Nolan, Affiliate Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Dallas
Patrick D. Nolan, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
K. L. Noll, Associate Professor, Department of Religion, Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Lisa Severine Nolland, Convenor, Marriage Sex and Culture Group, Anglican Mainstream, Oxford, UK
Christopher Nolte, Adjunct Professor of Music, Millikin University
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Jon E. Noring, Lecturer of Mathematics, Kennesaw State University
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Eric Norment, adjunct professor of English, Massasoit Community College, Brockton, MA; part-time faculty in English Dept., Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA
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David Novak, J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Professor of Jewish Studies, University of Toronto
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Deborah A. O’Dell, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Mary Washington
James M. O’Donnell, Emeritus Luke J. Peters Professor of Business and Economics and Executive-in-Residence, Huntington University
Walter J. O’Donnell, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Pulmonary/Critical Care Division, Massachusetts General Hospital
William O’Donohue, Professor of Psychology, University of Nevada
Hermann Oellinger, Professor of Computer Science, Linz, Austria
Glen Offord, Engineer
Brian W. Ogilvie, Professor and Chair, Department of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Donna Marie Oglesby, Diplomat in Residence, Eckerd College
Harriet O’Grady, Undergraduate BSc Animal Welfare, Hartpury University in England
Moses O. Ogutu, Mandela Rhodes Scholar, 2017; MA International Relations, Politics Department, University of Cape Town
John Ohnesorge, George Young Bascom Professor in Business Law; Director, East Asian Legal Studies Center, University of Wisconsin Law School
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William O’Keefe, Founder and President, Solutions Consulting
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Kevin Olivarez, Pastor of Blackfoot Christian Fellowship
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Gregory P. Olsen, MD, Staff Emergency Physician, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
Albert L. Olson, Retired, Film Music Composer
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Eric Olson, Associate Professor of Economics, West Virginia University
Erik Olson, businessman, Northwestern Class of 1993; Wisconsin, Class of 1979
Gary Olson, Moravian College (Emeritus Professor)
Marky J Olson, Retired high school teacher; author
Patrick D. O’Meara, CEO, Inveniam Capital Partners
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Patrick H. O’Neil, Department of Politics and Government, University of Puget Sound
Shane O’Neil, Founder & Managing Partner, WorldWide Antenna Systems
Ben O’Neill, Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Statistics, University of New South Wales, Australia
Anthony D. Ong, Associate Professor of Human Development, Cornell University
Janet C. Onishi, Retiree Merck & Co., Inc.
Fernando Ontiveros, Assistant Professor of Biology, St. John Fisher College
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Wafa Hakim Orman, Associate Dean, College of Business; Associate Professor of Economics, University of Alabama in Huntsville
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Ray Ortlund, Pastor to Pastors, Immanuel Church, Nashville
Robert Osburn, Executive Director, Wilberforce Academy
Brad Osgood, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Marv Ostberg, Retired Employment Counselor, State of Oregon (23 years); former high school teacher, Dorcehester, Nebraska (1year); former Instructor of sociology, Northwestern State College, Natchitoches, Louisiana (1965-1966, the year they integrated) (1 year)
Bob Ostertag, Professor of Cinema and Digital Media, University of California at Davis
Elizabeth Ostling, Associate Principal Flute, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Faculty, Boston University; MA Student, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Richard Ostling, Journalist, retired from Time magazine and The Associated Press
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James R. Otteson, Thomas W. Smith Presidential Chair in Business Ethics, Professor of Economics, and Executive Director of the Eudaimonia Institute at Wake Forest University
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Mark M. Oveson, Attorney
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John M. Owen, Ambassador Henry J. and Mrs. Marion R. Taylor Professor of Politics, University of Virginia
J. Judd Owen, Associate Professor of Political Science, Director of the Program in Democracy and Citizenship, Emory University
Riley M. Owen, Princeton University Class of 2020
Alfred Owens, Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology, Franklin & Marshall College
Craig N. Owens, Professor of English; Director, Center for Teaching Excellence; Drake University
Kim Cadmus Owens, Professor of Art, University of Dallas
Mackubin Thomas Owens, Dean of Academics, the Institute of World Politics, Washington DC
Scott E. Owens, MD
Tamara K. Owens, Graduate Student; library staff member, The University of Tampa, Class of 2018
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David Oxtoby, President, Pomona College
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Frits R. van Paasschen, M.D. retired pediatrician; Immigrated from Holland in 1962, naturalized in 1970
Albert C. Pacciorini, Editor, The Catholic Voice
Rosemarie Pace, Director, Pax Christi Metro New York
Javier Hernandez-Pacheco, Professor of Philosophy, University of Seville
Michelle Padden, MSW Social Worker
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Rev. Robert J. Page, Pastor and Financial Professional, UNC-Chapel Hill and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Alumnus
The Paideia Institute: The following three signatories, the leadership of The Paideia Institute, are institutionally committed to the principles outlined in this statement:
Jason Pedicone, President, Paideia Institute for Humanistic Study
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Peter S. Paine III, Princeton University Class of 1985; Oxford University, MA 1987; Vanderbilt University School of Law, JD 1990
Thomas G. Palaima, Armstrong Professor of Classics, Director, Program in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory, University of Texas at Austin
John Palfrey, Head of School, Phillips Academy, Andover
Allison L. Palmadessa, Assistant Professor of History, Greensboro College
Courtney Palmbush, PhD, Medieval History (Princeton Theological Seminary)
Benjamin Palmer, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
Gerald W. Palmer, retired lawyer
Lorraine Pangle, Professor of Government, Co-Director, Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas, University of Texas at Austin
Thomas L. Pangle, Joe R. Long Endowed Chair in Democratic Studies, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin
Steven Pankratz, BSE Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan 2010; MBA University of Oklahoma 2016
Nicholas J. Panno Jr., VIce President, Engineering and Sales, Innovative Artist Supplies, LLC
Rocco D. Papalia, Principal, Prometheus Innovation, LLC; Princeton Class of ‘82
Aristotle “Telly” Papanikolaou, Professor of Theology; Archbishop Demetrios Chair in Orthodox Theology and Culture; Co-founding Director, Orthodox Christian Studies Center
Robert L. Paquette, Executive Director, Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and Professor of History, Hamilton College
Pamela Paresky, Chief Research Officer to the President & CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE)
James C. Parham, Jr., Attorney Greenville, S.C.; Princeton ’52; Oxford BCL ’56; Yale LLB ’57
Tanya Paris, Kindergarten Teacher
Trueman D. Parish, PhD, Retired Director of Engineering Research Eastman Chemical Company
Chris Parisi, Managing Partner, FPG Advisory
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Christopher Park, Communication Specialist, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Lee Park, Professor of Chemistry, Williams College
Sarah Park, Postdoctoral Fellow at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania
Clarissa Carlin Parker, Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Neuroscience Program, Middlebury College
Jennifer Parker, Grad student at Auburn University, Teacher in Decatur City Schools, Decatur, Alabama
Jerry Parker, Interim Dean of Students, Drake University
Russell Worth Parker, J.D. Florida State University College of Law; M.A Candidate in Conflict Management and Resolution, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Elisabeth Parrish, SGT (retired), U.S. Army
Milton E. Parrish, Grandfather of 3; UR, Class of 1969; SPC 5, US Army (1969-1971)
Melvin L Parsons, UCONN class of 1963
George P. Parthemos, Managing Member, Tri-Focus Capital, LLC
Joe Paskewich, Pastor, Calvary Chapel of Eastern Connecticut
Lynn Pasquerella, President, Association of American Colleges and Universities
David Passmore, Distinguished Professor of Education, Penn State
Jonathan M. Passner, Princeton University Class of 1989
William O. Pate II, Class of 2006, St. Edward’s University
Kavita Patel, MD, Medical Director, Radiology, Lenox Health Greenwich Village
Yash M. Patel, Analyst at the U.S. Congressional Budget Office
Judy Patno, Attorney at Law
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Dennis Patterson, Board of Governors Professor of Law and Philosophy, Co-Director, Institute for Law and Philosophy, Rutgers University School of Law
James M. Patterson, Assistant Professor of Politics, Ave Maria University
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Ronald L. Paul, MD, Gettysburg College Class of 1959
Roger Pauly, Associate Professor of History, University of Central Arkansas
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Michael Stokes Paulsen, University Chair & Professor of Law, The University of St. Thomas
Kurt Paulsen, Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nina Pavcnik, Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College
Ludmilla Pavlova-Gillham, Princeton University Class of 1982
Kenneth Paxton, Retired Technology Engineer, Computer Support for Open Door Libraries
Robert B. Payne, Jr., Princeton Class of 1974
Christopher Peacocke, Johnsonian Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University
Janith E. Peak, Ohio Wesleyan University, University of Hartford
Colin D. Pearce, Visiting Faculty, Clemson Institute/Dept. of Political Science, Clemson University
Lee T. Pearcy, Research Associate, Department of Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies, Bryn Mawr College
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Ellen Peel, Professor of Comparative and World Literature and English, San Francisco State University
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Svetozar (Steve) Pejovich, Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University
John A. Pelesko, Professor of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware
David Pelino, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College
Adam Pelser, Associate Professor of Philosophy, United States Air Force Academy
Rev. Joel Pelsue, President/Founder, Arts & Entertainment Institute
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Bruce Pencek, College Librarian for Social Sciences & History, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech
Scott R. Penhallegon, Truth Seeker and Father
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Ron Perdue, Retired Construction Inspector, Navy Veteran
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Douglas Peters, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of North Dakota
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Edward N. Peters, Edmund Cardinal Szoka Chair, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit
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William Peterson, Lecturer, Haslam College of Business, University of Tennessee
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Arthur R. Petrie, II, President, Hatton, Petrie & Stackler
John R. Petrocik, Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Missouri
Barbara Whitney Petruzzelli, MLS, Director of the Library, Mount Saint Mary College
Doris Petticord
Philip Pettit, L.S.Rockefeller university Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University
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J. William Petty, Dartmouth College Class of 1954
Roman Petyk, Associate General Counsel, University of Pennsylvania, College, Class of 1972
Robert Pfaller, Professor of Philosophy, University of Art and Industrial Design, Linz, Austria
Thomas Pfau, Alice Mary Baldwin Professor of English, Professor & Chair of Germanic Languages & Literatures, Member – Duke Divinity School Faculty
Connor Pfeiffer, Princeton University Class of 2018
Glenn Pfeffer, Principal Systems Engineer, Raytheon
Washek F. Pfeffer, Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics, University of California, Davis Campus
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Philip M. Phibbs, President Emeritus, University of Puget Sound
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Rev Ricky Phillips, Clergy
Steven J. Phillips, Esq., Attorney, Columbia, SC
Joshua M. Philpot, Adjunct Faculty, Houston Baptist University
Daniel Philpott, Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame
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Evan Picoult, Adjunct Professor, Decision, Risk, and Operations Division, Columbia University
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James Pier, University of Notre Dame, class of 1985
Jim Pierce
James Piereson, President, William E. Simon Foundation, New York, NY
Katharina Pierini, Gardener, University of California, Santa Cruz
Kent Pierce, New England Executive Director, SPIRIT SERIES, Inc.
Leonard A. Pierce, Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; Trustee, The Pike School, Inc.
Diane Carraway Piette, Attorney
John D. Pilsner, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Franciscan University of Steubenville
Justin Pines, Princeton University Class of 2008
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Steven Pinker, Johnstone Professor of Psychology, Harvard University
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John Pinto, Associate Vice President for Graduate Programs and Institutional Assessment, Morningside College
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Curtis D. Piper, MBA, writer
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Edmund R. Pitcher, Retired, Hamilton College, 1968
Kathleen Pitt, Mother, grandmother
Daniel T. Plager, Indiana University Class of 1981
S. Jay Plager, Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; former Dean, Indiana University-Bloomington School of Law
Michelle Plaisance, Assistant Professor, Greensboro College
Thomas Plichta, Adjunct Professor of English, The Citadel
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Jeffrey S Podoshen, Associate Professor, Business, Organizations & Society, Franklin and Marshall College
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Tim Poirier, Dean of Student Development, Delaware valley University
Jeffrey A. Pojanowski, Professor of Law, Notre Dame Law School
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Michael B. Poliakoff, President, American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Debra Radlauer Pollack, Assistant Adjunct Professor, Hofstra University
Harold Pollack, Helen Ross Professor of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago
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Charles Pollnow, Princeton University Class of 1984
Sean Pollock, Associate Professor, Department of History; Faculty Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Wright State University
Marc Polonsky, Partner of Counsel, White & Case LLP
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Richard B. Pomphrey, Jet Propulsion Lab, Sr Staff (retired), Permanent Deacon, Los Angeles Archdiocese
Stephanie Ponticas, Hearts & Minds Preschool, Owner
Jeff B. Pool, Eli Lilly Chair in Religion and Culture; Professor of Religion, Department of Religion, Berea College
Christiana A. Poole
Robert W. Poole, Jr., Founding CEO, Reason Foundation; Former Editor & Publisher of Reason magazine; Searle Freedom Trust Transportation Fellow at Reason Foundation
Gregory K. Popcak, Chair, Master of Pastoral Studies Program, Holy Apostles College and Seminary; Executive Director, Pastoral Solutions Institute
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Nina Salcedo Potter, Director of Assessment, College of Education, San Diego State University 
Lawrence W. Potts, Emeritus Prof. of Chemistry, Gustavus Adolphus College
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Harry W Power, Professor Emeritus of Behavioral Ecology, Rutgers University
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Miguel Á. Presno Linera, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Oviedo, (Spain)
Ben Press, Princeton University Class of 2020
Charlotte Pressler, Professor of English, Philosophy, South Florida State College
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Robert Prevost, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Wingate University
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Joseph A Ricciardi Jr., Grandfather
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Sam Richardson, M.Div., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology and Religion, Piedmont Virginia Community College
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Alice M. Rivlin, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution; Visiting Professor at McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
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Thorn Robertson
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Anthony Rudd, Associate Professor of Philosophy, St Olaf College; Senior Research Fellow; University of Hertfordshire (UK)
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Ronald M. Schmidt, Janice M. and Joseph T. Willett Professor of Business Administration for Teaching and Service, University of Rochester
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Joseph U. Schorer, Adjunct Professor of Law, Loyola University Chicago School of Law Chicago
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Steve Schreiner, Dean, School of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering, The College of New Jersey
Thomas Schroder, Professor Emeritus King College
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Stephen D. Schutt, President, Lake Forest College
Peter Schultz, Archaeologist and Conservationist, scholar-in-residence, North Dakota State Department of Visual Arts
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Howard S. Schwartz, Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behavior, Oakland University
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Ty Shaffer, Attorney
Robert W. Shaffern, Professor of History, University of Scranton
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Steve Sharp, Senior Lecturer, School of Environmental Studies, Tennessee Tech University
Tamara Sharp, Vice President/CFO, NMotion Medical Corporation
Tracie Sharp, President & CEO, State Policy Network
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Rev. Sam Shavers Jr, Pastor-Teacher; Pastor of Christian Education, Amazing Grace Baptist Church
Brian J. Shaw, Professor of Political Science, Davidson College
Diane E. Shaw, Associate Dean of Student Success, Merrimack College
Michael Shaw, Associate Creative Director, Office of Marketing & Communications, Xavier University
Nina Shea, Director, Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom
Sanford Sheaks, Realtor
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Colleen A. Sheehan, Professor of Politics, Director, Matthew J. Ryan Center, Villanova University
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Paul B Sheldon, Managing Director, Student Loan Capital Strategies LLC
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Michael Shermer, Publisher Skeptic magazine, columnist Scientific American; Presidential Fellow Chapman University
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Craig Shields, Founder & Chief Tinkering Officer, Bray Hill Manufacturing
Steve Shields, Staff Engineer, Finite Element Analysis, BorgWarner Corp., BSME, MSU 1986, BA Biology, Anderson College, 1978
Tim Shiell, Professor of Philosophy, English and Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Tim Shimko, Undergraduate Student, CSU Sacramento
Susan R. Shimer, Retired, Former Justice
Bernard A. Shinkel, Ph. D., President, Alpha Investment Management, Inc.
Stephen Ward Shipman, Georgetown University, the College ’77
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James Shortle, Distinguished Professor of Agricultural and Environmental Economics, Penn State University
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Paul T. Sienko, Director of Development, Marquette University
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Luis A. Silva, Professor of Constitutional Law and Secretary General at Universidad de los Andes, Chile
Brian S. Silverman, Professor of Strategic Management, University of Toronto
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Amie Sims, Tutor and adult education teacher
Randy T Simmons, Professor of Political Economy, Department of Economics and Finance, Utah State University
John M Simms, JD, former Speaker, Yale Political Union, Yale ’73; President of CMDI
Luma Simms, Associate Fellow, The Philos Project
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Daniel Simon, The University of Chicago, Class of 2017
Jean-Marie Simon, Author
Lawrence H. Simon, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies Emeritus, Bowdoin College
Fernando Simón Yarza, Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Navarra, Spain
Seville H. Simonds, Graduate engineer & economist, Retired small business owner
Alex Simonelis, Comp. Sc. Dept., Dawson College
John L. Simons, Dept. of English/Film Studies, Colorado College
Ermin Sinanovic, Director of Research, International Institute of Islamic Thought, Herndon, VA
Susan Rundell Singer, Provost, Rollins College
Robert Singh, Professor, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Laura G. Singleton, Assistant Professor of Management, Eckerd College
Peter C. Sisson, Attorney at Law, Sisson & Sisson, LLC
Mike Sistrom, Professor of History, Department Chair, Quality Enhancement Plan Director, Greensboro College
Edward Clark Skaggs II, Professor of Communication Studies, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology, Harvard University
Vince Skolny, Founding Chair, Skolny Organization, West Virginia University alumni
Greg Skutches, Director of Writing Across the Curriculum, Lehigh University
Stephen Slack, Student, DePaul University
Robert Slater, MD
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Janis S. Sleeter, Certified Financial Planner
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Eleanor Smith, Retired, University of Minnesota Class of 1969
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Joann M. Smith, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Jordan A. Smith, Attorney, JD ’10, Notre Dame Law School
Joseph Smith, Princeton University Class of 2017, High School English Teacher
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Len Smith, CEO, JTECH Medical Industries
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Michael Smith, McCosh Professor of Philosophy. Chair, Department of Philosophy, Princeton University
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Rik Smith, Associate Professor of Environmental Science, Columbia Basin College
Robert S. Smith, lawyer, former judge, New York Court of Appeals
Sean M. Smith, CEO Starfire Lumber Co.
Sharon Smith
Spencer Smith, Graduate Student in the Department of Mathematics, University of Missouri
Thomas W. Smith, Anne Quinn Welsh Director, University Honors Program, Villanova University
Vernon L. Smith, Economic Science Institute, Professor of Economics and Finance, Chapman University
William F. Smith, Retired
Owen Smitherman, Princeton University Class of 2017
Kenneth L. Smithmier, President, P3 Insights
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Melissa Snater, Post Graduate Philosophy and Psychology Student, Victoria University New Zealand
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Justin Snider, Instructor and Advising Dean, Columbia University
Philip Snider, Professor of English and Film, Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Pat Snidvongs, PhD candidate in Comparative Literature, Princeton University
Cameron G. Snow
David Sobotka, Yale College Class of 1978
David Sobul, Attorney; Whitman College ’88; University of Pennsylvania School of Law ‘92
David A. Sobyra, National War College Class of 2010
Scott Sodergren, US Coast Guard Academy class of 1988, high school teacher
Michael J. Soehl, English and History Teacher, DC Everest Senior High School
Michael G. Soful, CPA, Chief Operations Officer
Mary Sojourner, writer and writing consultant at Northern Arizona University
Alan Sokal, Professor of Mathematics, University College London and Professor Emeritus of Physics, New York University
Eli Sokal, Principal Engineer, Software, General Dynamics Information Technology Company
Liz Glasgow Solaro, Washington University in St. Louis, Class of 1982
Peter Solie, Chair, Communication Department, Instructor of Journalism and Communication, Barton Community College
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Mary C. Sommers, Professor of Philosophy, University of St. Thomas (TX)
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Anton Sorkin, Doctoral Student, Emory University School of Law
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Lorin M. Spak, JD, PhD, retired business man
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Dan R. Sparkman, English cram school teacher, NED
Matthew Spearing, M.Ed., Freshman Life Coordinator at St. John’s Preparatory School
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Kenneth F. Spear, Northeastern University, Class of 1962
Paul Spears, Director, Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University
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Allen Speight, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, Boston University
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Dale Spencer, Assistant Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Leslie M Spencer, Princeton A.B. ’79
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Rabbi Scott Sperling, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Religion, Shenandoah University
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Barbara Spiecker, retired software engineer
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John-Paul Spiro, Advising Fellow in Augustine and Culture, Villanova University
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Polina K. Spivak, Principal, Spivak Software LLC
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Richard M. Spruit, J.D., CEO, Grand Rapids Metrology
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Meg Squires, Independent College Counselor
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William A. Stahr, Attorney & Business Executive
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Darren Staloff, Professor, Department of History, The City College of New York, CUNY
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Keith E. Stanovich, Emeritus Professor of Applied Psychology and Human Development, University of Toronto
Samuel S Stanton, Jr., Chair and Professor, Department of Political Science, Grove City College
Rodney Stark, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences, Baylor University
Steven P. Starkovich, Retired Provost and Physics Professor, Pacific Lutheran University
Andrew Staron, Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies, Wheeling Jesuit University
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Robert B. Stewart, Professor of Philosophy and Theology; Greer-Heard Professor of Faith and Culture, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Robert D. Stibolt, Vice President, LifeEnergy, LLC; Princeton ’76 (BSE); Stanford ’77 (MS)
Darrel Stickler
Andrei C Stieber, MD, FACS, Dekalb Surgical Associates
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Peter M Stiles, President, Advantage Design, a Marketing and Strategy Consulting Firm
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Brian Stiltner, Professor of Theology and Religious Studies, Sacred Heart University
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Aaron Stump, Professor, Computer Science, The University of Iowa
Steve Sturm, Attorney; Teacher, Huntley High School
Mark Sturtevant, Adjunct Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences, Oakland University
Charles H. Styer, Ph.D., Owner, Styer’s Editorial Services
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James Swift
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Roy T. Wortman, Distinguished Professorship in History Emeritus, Kenyon College
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Patrick M. Wright, Thomas C. Vandiver Bicentennial Chair in Business, University of South Carolina
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