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College of Wooster

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Wooster, OH

Founding Date:
1866

Motto:
Scientia et religio ex uno fonte

Mascot:
Fighting Scot

Enrollment:
2000

Official Website:
http://www.wooster.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Arthur H. Compton
Physicist
10-Sep-1892 15-Mar-1962 Discovered the Compton Effect
Karl T. Compton
Physicist
15-Sep-1887 22-Jun-1954 Bikini Island atomic tests
John Dean
Government
14-Oct-1938   Nixon's White House Counsel
Stephen R. Donaldson
Author
13-May-1947   Author of the Thomas Covenant series
Elizebeth Friedman
Scientist
26-Aug-1892 31-Oct-1980 America's first female cryptanalyst
Duncan Jones
Film Director
30-May-1971   Moon
Charles F. Kettering
Engineer
29-Aug-1876 25-Nov-1958 Invented the electric starter
Donald L. Kohn
Economist
7-Nov-1942   Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve
James A. McClung
Business
c. 1938   Former VP at FMC
Joseph Banks Rhine
Paranormal
29-Sep-1885 20-Feb-1980 Father of modern parapsychology
John T. Walton
Relative
8-Oct-1946 27-Jun-2005 World's 11th richest man, 2005
Rob Walton
Business
28-Oct-1944   Wal-Mart Chairman, world's 12th richest man

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William H. Gass
Novelist
30-Jul-1924   The Tunnel

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Arthur H. Compton
Physicist
10-Sep-1892 15-Mar-1962 Discovered the Compton Effect
James A. McClung
Business
c. 1938   Former VP at FMC
Rob Walton
Business
28-Oct-1944   Wal-Mart Chairman, world's 12th richest man


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