Ada Maddison Ada Isabel Maddison (1869 - 1950) British mathematician best known for her work on differential equations.
Agi Jambor Agi Jambor (1909 – 1997) was a Hungarian pianist.
Agnes Kirsopp Lake Michels Agnes Kirsopp Lake Michels (1909 – November 30, 1993 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina) known as "Nan" to her friends, was a leading twentieth century scholar of Roman religion and daily life and ...
Arthur C. Cope Arthur C. Cope was a highly successful and influential organic chemist and member of the National Academy of Sciences.
Arthur Lindo Patterson Arthur Lindo Patterson (23 July 1902, Nelson, New Zealand - 6 November 1966, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was a pioneering British X-ray crystallographer.
Charles Wendell David Charles Wendell David (1885–1984) was a noted American bibliophile, medievalist and librarian.
Charlotte Scott Charlotte Angas Scott D.Sc. (8 June 1858, Lincoln, England – 10 November 1931, Cambridge, England) was a British mathematician who made her career in the United States and was influential ...
Cornelia Meigs Cornelia Lynde Meigs (1884-1973) was an American writer of fiction and biography for children, teacher of English and writing, historian and critic of children's literature.
Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule III Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule III (August 10, 1925 – November 27, 2008) was a scholar of ancient art and curator of classical art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, from 1957 to 1996.
David Herlihy David Herlihy was an American historian who wrote on medieval and renaissance life. He was married to historian Patricia Herlihy. Particular topics of his included domestic life, especially the roles of women, and the changing structure of the family.
David Rabeeya David Rabeeya (born May 12, 1938) is an Israeli and American author and professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies.
David Summers (art historian) David Summers is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Art Theory and Italian Renaissance Art at the University of Virginia.
Edgar Buckingham Edgar Buckingham (July 8, 1867 Philadelphia, PA– April 29, 1940 Washington DC) was a physicist.
Emmy Noether Emmy Noether, was an influential German mathematician known for her groundbreaking contributions to abstract algebra and theoretical physics.
Florence Bascom Florence Bascom (July 14, 1862 – June 18, 1945) was the first woman hired by the United States Geological Survey.
Frederica Annis Lopez de Leo de Laguna Frederica Annis Lopez de Leo de Laguna (October 3, 1906-October 6, 2004) was an American ethnologist, anthropologist, and archaeologist influential for her work on Eskimo and Paleoindian art and...
Frederica de Laguna Frederica Annis Lopez de Leo de Laguna (October 3, 1906-October 6, 2004) was an American ethnologist, anthropologist, and archaeologist influential for her work on Eskimo and Paleoindian art and...
Gary L. Browning Gary L. Browning (born 1940) is an American Russian language academic and was the first mission president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in Russia, Ukraine, and ...
Gisela Richter Gisela Marie Augusta Richter (August 15, 1882 – December 24, 1972), was a classical archaeologist and art historian.
Grace Eleanor Hadow Grace Eleanor Hadow OBE (9 December 1875 in Cirencester, England – 19 January 1940, Marylebone, London) was an author, principal of St Anne's College, Oxford University and vice-chairman of the ...
Gustav A. Hedlund Gustav Arnold Hedlund (1904–1993), an American mathematician, was one of the founders of symbolic and topological dynamics.
Harry Bateman Harry Bateman FRS (29 May 1882 – 21 January 1946) was an English mathematician.
Heinz Politzer Heinz Politzer (December 31, 1910, Vienna, Austria – July 30, 1978, Berkeley, California) was an Austrian writer, literary critic, and historian of literature; particularly of Franz Kafka.
Henri Peyre Henri Maurice Peyre (21 February 1901 – 9 December 1988) was an French-born American, linguist, literary scholar and Sterling Professor of French Emeritus at Yale University.
Henry Cadbury Henry Joel Cadbury (December 1, 1883 – October 7, 1974) was a biblical scholar, Quaker historian, writer, and non-profit administrator.
Herbert Weir Smyth Herbert Weir Smyth (August 8, 1857 – July 16, 1937) was an American classical scholar.
Hortense Flexner Hortense Flexner King (April 12, 1885-September 28, 1973) was an American poet, playwright, and professor.
Isabelle Stone Isabelle Stone (1868–1944) was an American physicist and one of the founders of the American Physical Society.
J.D. Trout J.D. Trout is an American philosopher of science, cognitive scientist, lecturer and nonfiction author.
James Harkness James Harkness was a Canadian mathematician, born in Derby, England, and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. Coming early to the United States, he was connected with Bryn Mawr College from 1888 to 1903, for the last seven years as professor of mathematics.
Jane Caplan Jane Caplan is an academic and historian specialising in Nazi Germany and the history of the documentation of individual identity.
Kay Behrensmeyer Anna Katherine "Kay" Behrensmeyer is an American taphonomist and paleoecologist.
Kimberly Wright Cassidy Kimberly Wright Cassidy (born ca. 1963, Pennsylvania) was named the ninth president of Bryn Mawr College on Wednesday, 12 February 2014.
Lilian Vaughan Morgan Lilian Vaughan Morgan was an American experimental biologist who made seminal contributions to the genetics of Drosophila melanogaster.
Lily Ross Taylor Lily Ross Taylor (1886, Alabama - November 18, 1969) was an American academic and author, who in 1917 became the fourth female Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.
Marcella Boveri Marcella Boveri (7 October 1863 – 24 October 1950) was an American biologist.
Millicent Carey McIntosh Millicent Carey McIntosh (1898–2001) was an educational administrator and American feminist who led the Brearley School (1930–1947), and most prominently Barnard College (1947–1962).
Minnie Earl Sears Minnie Earl Sears (17 November 1873 – 28 November 1933) formulated the Sears Subject Headings, a simplification of the Library of Congress Subject Headings.
Nathan Jacobson Nathan Jacobson (October 5, 1910, Warsaw, Congress Poland, Russian Empire — December 5, 1999, Hamden, Connecticut) was an American mathematician.
Olive Hazlett Olive Clio Hazlett (October 27, 1890 – March 8, 1974) was an American mathematician who spent most of her career working for the University of Illinois.
Richard Milton Martin Richard Milton Martin (1916, Cleveland, Ohio – 22 November 1985, Milton, Massachusetts) was an American logician and analytic philosopher.
Robert A. Corrigan Robert A. Corrigan served as the 12th president of San Francisco State University from September 1988 to July 2012.
Rodica Simion Rodica Eugenia Simion (January 18, 1955 – January 7, 2000) was a Romanian-American mathematician.
Theodore de Laguna Theodore de Laguna (July 22, 1876 – 1930) was an American philosopher who taught for years at Bryn Mawr College and was known as an early feminist.
Tony Rothman Tony Rothman (born 1953) is an American theoretical physicist, academic and writer.
William Allan Neilson William Allan Neilson (28 March 1869 – 1946) was a Scottish-American educator, writer and lexicographer, graduated in the University of Edinburgh in 1891 and became a Ph.D. in Harvard University in 1898.
Woodrow Wilson Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was the 28th President of the United States, in office from 1913 to 1921.