Famous SAEs

  • Here is a partial list of prominent brothers
    of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity

    Thomas Dupree (Georgia Tech) Namesake for the Dupree College of Management at Georgia Tech
    J.B. Fuqua (Hampden-Sydney) Namesake for the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
    Bowman Gray (UNC Chapel Hill) Namesake for the Bowman Gray Medical School at Wake Forest  
    William R Kenan (UNC Chapel Hill) Namesake for the Kenan School of Business at UNC Chapel Hill
    Brian Lamb (Purdue) Founder and Chief Executive Officer of C-SPAN
    John Motley Morehead III (UNC Chapel Hill) Namesake for the Morehead Scholarship
    Ralph Owen (Vanderbilt) Namesake for the Owen School of Management at Vanderbilt
    Henry Paulson (Dartmouth) Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Former CEO of Goldman Sachs Group
    T Boone Pickens (Oklahoma State) Founder of Hillwood Development Corporation
    H Ross Perot Jr (Vanderbilt) Real estate developer and Chairman of the Board of Perot Systems

    Troy Aikman (UCLA) Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl MVP Quarterback
    Andy Bean (Florida ) Golf announcer, player on the PGA
    Mack Brown (Florida State) University of Texas football coach
    Pete Carroll (Univ of Pacific) Football coach at Southern Cal, Seattle Seahawks
    Mike Gminski (Duke) Former Pro basketball player, TV sports broadcaster
    Jud Heathcote (Washington State) Former Michigan State Basketball Coach
    Phil Jackson (North Dakota) Basketball coach for Chicago Bulls, LA Lakers
    Bobby Jones (Georgia Tech) Founder of Augusta National & The Masters
    Pete Maravich (LSU) ABA and NBA Professional basketball player
    Patrick McEnroe (Stanford) Tennis professional and US Davis Cup captain
    Graig Nettles (San Diego State) Former Major League Baseball player
    Carson Palmer (Southern Cal) Quarterback of Oakland Raiders, Southern Cal
    Bo Schembechler (Miami Ohio) Former University of Michigan football coach
    Barry Switzer (Oklahoma) Former football coach Oklahoma, Dallas Cowboys
    Fran Tarkenton (Georgia) Quarterback of Minnesota Vikings and NY Giants

    Dierks Bentley (Vermont) Country music singer
    Lloyd Bridges (UCLA) Actor and director
    William Faulkner (Missisippi) Nobel Prize-winning author
    Ron Franklin (Mississippi) ESPN college sports broadcaster
    George Gallup (Iowa) Creator of Gallup Poll 
    The Rt. Reverend Rayford High (TCU) Bishop of the Episcopal Church 
    George McConnell (Mississippi) Guitarist with Widespread Panic
    Gary Ransdell (WKU) President of Western Kentucky University 
    Fred Savage (Stanford) Actor on Wonder Years
    Terry Schappert (UNCW) Host of shows on Discovery and History Channel
    David Spade (Arizona State) Actor on Saturday Night Live
    Ernie Pyle (Indiana) Pulitzer Prize winning journalist

    Max Baucus (Stanford) Montana
    Jim DeMint (Tennessee) South Carolina
    Pete Domenici (New Mexico) New Mexico
    Peter Fitzgerald (Dartmouth) Illinois 
    Johnny Isakson (Georgia ) Georgia
    Connie Mack III (Florida) Florida
    Larry Pressler (South Dakota) South Dakota 
    Mark Pryor (Arkansas) Arkansas
    Richard Russell (Georgia) Georgia 
    John Sununu (MIT) New Hampshire

    Bill Archer (Texas) Texas
    David Bonior (Iowa) Michigan
    Doug Bereuter (Nebraska) Nebraska
    Allen Boyd (Florida State) Florida
    Jim Costa (Fresno State) California
    David Dreier (La Verne) California
    Alex McMillan (UNC-CH) North Carolina
    Ralph Regula (Mount Union) Ohio
    John Shadegg (Arizona) Arizona
    Charles Stenholm (Texas Tech) Texas