Entities

The University of Chicago

The University of Chicago

Nickname
UChicago
Entity Type
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Location
Founding Date
1890

The University of Chicago is a private institution founded in 1890. UChicago offers a rich campus life in a big-city setting. It has been home to 91 Nobel laureates, the largest number affiliated with any American university. UChicago scholars were the first to split the atom, to measure the speed of light, and to develop the field of sociology.

Adam Minter

Alex Gurevich

Alex Pollock

Bill Browder

Bill Eckhardt

Brian Christopher

Evan Lorenz

F.A. Hayek

Harley Bassman

Harry Markowitz

Herbert Simon

John Liew

John Parkhill

Keith Bronstein

Laurence Siegel

1975 - present

Mark Gordon

Mark Yusko

Martin Leibowitz

Michael Hudson

Milton Friedman

Myron Scholes

Nate Silver

2000 - present

Richard Excell

Shoshana Zuboff

Steve Levitt

Thomas Sowell

1968 - present

Ari Paul

2016 - 2017

Francine McKenna

2013 - 2016

Peter Stein

2005 - 2009

Rachel Ziemba

1997 - 2001

Thanh-Long Huynh

1999 - 2000

Brian Portnoy

1994 - 1999

Pedro da Costa

1994 - 1998

Charles Wheelan

1993 - 1998

Ken Monahan

1991 - 1995

Denise Shull

1993 - 1995

Alec Litowitz

1989 - 1993

Adam Davidson

1988 - 1992

Carlos Asilis

1984 - 1988

Tom Jacobs

1984 - 1987

Jay Ritter

- 1981

Art Laffer

1970 - 1976

Fischer Black

1972 - 1975

Frank Reilly

- 1964

Victor Niederhoffer

1964 - 1967