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List of Robert College alumni

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The following is a list of notable graduates of Robert College and Robert Academy (RA), American College for Girls (ACG), Robert Yuksek, which were the subsections of Robert College until the merger of 1971.

A

Mustafa Kemal Abadan, Architect

Esin Aciman, Writer

Halide Edip Adivar, Novelist

Vural Akiik, Businessman

Suay Aksoy, Media

Mustafa Akin, Diplomat

Zeki Alasya, Actor (expelled)

Beklan Algan, Actor, Playwright

Sahin Alpay, RA 63, Essayist and commentator

Deniz Alphan, Media

Sema Anak

Alexandros Anas, Economist/Professor

Engin Ardic, Writer

Ercan Arikli, Businessman / Media

Hale Arpacioglu, Artist

Semahat Arsel, Businesswoman, philanthropist

Nur Atabay, Businesswoman

Tomur Atagok, Artist, painter

Turkkaya Ataov, Academic * Prof. Ataov's CV (Can someone who knows this thing please populate a Wikipedia page for Prof. Ataov? Thanks.)

Asli Aydintaba, Media

B

Haim Baruh, Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers State University

Inci Baarir, Opera Singer

Henry J. Barkey, Chair of the Department of International Relations at Lehigh University

Daniel G. Bates, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Research Associate at Hunter College and the Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York.

Deryal Batibay, Diplomat

Ibrahim Betil, Businessman, founder of ENKA schools, politician

Feyyaz Berker, Businessman

Halil Berktay, Historian

Serdar Bilgili, Businessman

Ibrahim Bodur, Entrepreneur

Behica Boran, Politician

Cem Boyner, Businessman, politician

Birim Bozok, Artist

Aye Bugra, Sociologist, economist

Berna Buyukuncu, National Swimmer

C and C

Engin Cezzar, Actor

Alev Lytle Croutier, ACG 63, Novelist

Vedat Cakmak, RA 68, Instructor at Galatasaray University

Aziz Calilar, Novelist

Cevat Capan, Writer

Burcu Cetinkaya, Turkey Ladies Rally Champion 2006, Turkish Hill Climb Category 1st, 2nd standing ( Mixed standing)

Yavuzer Cetinkaya, Actor

Emrah Cevik, Intellectual

Sait Ciftci

Tansu Ciller, first female Turkish prime minister

Nuri Colakoglu, Businessman / Media

D

Arwa Damon, Journalist, CNN Correspondent

Zeynep Davran, philosopher

Fuat Dayanikli, Politician

Jak Deleon

Osman Derinsu, Diplomat

Gul Derman, Artist

Sirin Devrim, Actress

Agop Dilacar, Linguist

Ilham Dilman, philosopher

Omer Dinckok, Businessman

Abidin Dino, Artist

Ozgen Dogan, Doctor

Michalis Dorizas, Sportsman, bronze medal winner for stone throw and javelin throw in the 1906 Summer Olympics

Haldun Dormen, Actor, Playwright

Emin Doybak, National Athlete

Tsanko Dyustabanov, Bulgarian revolutionary

E

Bulent Ecevit, former Turkish prime minister

Rahan Ecevit, Politician

Nejat Eczacibai, Entrepreneur

Sakir Eczacibai, Businessman

Esin Eden, Actress

Berent Enc, Scholar of Philosophy

Orhan Eralp, Diplomat

Nazli Eray, Writer

Nee Erberk, Businesswoman, Miss Europe '84

Asli Erdogan, Writer

Refik Erduran, Actor

Tunc Erem, Academic

Nuri Eren, Diplomat

Serdar Erener, Businessman

Sedat Ergin, Media

Ustun Erguder, Academic

Genco Erkal, Actor, playwright

Nazan Erkmen, Artist

Tunc Erkmen, Physicist

Beril Erkut, Artist

Munir Ertegun, Diplomat

Aye Erzan, physicist, Loreal Unesco Award recipient 2003

Senes Erzik, UEFA Vice President

F

Ersin Faralyali, Politician

Moris Farhi, Vice-President of International PEN

SEniye Fenmen, Artist

Refik Fersan, Composer

Andrew Finkel, Journalist and Academic

Mansur Forutan, columnist, editor

Maureen Freely, ACG 71, Journalist, novelist

G

Ivan Evstratiev Geshov, former Bulgarian prime minister

Bugra Giritlioglu, Musician

Can Goknil, Artist

Nedim Goknil, Public Relations

Mebrure Gonenc, Among the first female members of Turkish Parliament

Emre Gonensay, Politician

Haydar Gork, Ambassador to the U.S.

Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, President of the National Geographic Society (19201954)

Levent Gulari, RC 76, Novelist

Kasim Gulek, Politician, Former Secretary General of Republican People's Party

Bulent Gultekin, Businessman

Mustafa Gursel, Media

Dikmen Gurun, Actor

Can Gurzap, Actor

H

Algan Hacaloglu, Politician

Ali Hortacsu, Economist

Talat Sait Halman, Turkey's First Minister of Culture, academic

Erdem Helvacioglu, Composer, Sound Designer, Musician

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Evin Ilyasoglu, musician, professor of music history

Nebil Ilseven, economist

Ismail Cem Ipekci, Politician, former Minister of Foreign Affairs

Gurol Irzik, philosopher

Leyla Ismier, Media

Nuran Ivan, Media

Todor Ivanchov, former Bulgarian prime minister

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Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli, Writer

Ozer Kaba, Artist / Sculptor

Cem Karaca, Musician

Omer Karacan, Owner of the Number One radio station and music tv (first to be established in Turkey)

Burhan Karacam, Businessman

Binnur Karaevli, Film Director

Melih Karakullukcu

Memduh Karakullukcu

Mehmet Emin Karamehmet, Entrepreneur

Ali Karatay, mathematician, philosopher

Aydin Karlibel, Pianist

Ali Koyuncu, Electrical-Electronics Engineer, CTO at a telecommunications company

Osman Kavala, Businessman

Omer Kavur, Movie producer

Muharrem Kayhan, Businessman

Berc Keresteciyan, Turkish-Armenian Politician (Deputy for three terms in Grand National Assembly of Turkey), Businessman

Hagop Kevorkian, Historian of art, orientalist

Altemur Kilic, Media

Suna Kirac, Businesswoman

Suna Kili, Academic

Emre Kocaoglu, Politician

Omer Koc, Businessman

Rahmi Koc, Businessman

Halis Komili, Businessman

Sinan Korle, Diplomat

Goksel Kortay, Actress

Vasif Kortun, Musician, curator

Cem Kozlu, Politician, former CEO of Turkish Airlines and Coca Cola Euroasia

Aye Kulin, Female writer, columnist

Kaan Kural, Sports media

Kerem Kurdoglu, Actor

Sibel Kutman, Businesswoman

Aptullah Kuran, Academic

Pinar Kur, Female writer, professor

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Ahmet Levendoglu, Actor

M

Mihail Madzharov, Bulgarian politician and diplomat

Omer Madra, journalist and environmental activist

Perihan Magden, RC 79, Writer and commentator

Etyen Mahcupyan, Media

Betul Mardin, Businesswoman

Latife Mardin, Writer

Roni Margulies, Poet and Writer

Nursuna Memecan, MP

Aydin Menderes, Politician

Turgut Menemencioglu, Diplomat

Ata Mermerci, Businessman

Konstantin Vladov Muraviev, former Bulgarian prime minister

Lale Muldur, Poet and Writer

N

Apostolos Nikolaidis, athlete and founder of Panathinaikos

Jan Nahum, Businessman

Leyla Neyzi, Anthropologist, historian

Nurver Nure, Diplomat

Ozdemir Nutku, Academician

O

Kamil Ocak, Politician

Roksan Okan, National Swimmer

Husnu Onaran, Pianist

Ipek Ongun, Female author

Mim Kemal Oke, Media/ Academic

Nedim Olcer, Businessman

Oya Ozdilek, Media

Nuvit Ozdogru, Actor

Soli Ozel, International Relations Expert

Husnu Ozyegin, Businessman

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Orhan Pamuk, RA 70, Writer (2006 Nobel Laureate in Literature)

Sevket Pamuk, Professor of Economic History at Bogazici University, Former President of European Historical Economics Society

Jale Parla, ACG 64, Writer, Literature professor

Burak Pekoglu , Designer

Mihri Iffet Pekta, Among the first female members of Turkish Parliament and wife of Huseyin Pekta who was the first Turkish Director of Robert College and among the first Muslim graduates

Huseyin Pekta, Academic, first Turkish Director of Robert College and among the first Muslim graduates

Selim Pars , Bussinesman

R

Halit Refig, Movie producer

Metin Renksizbulut, Professor

Dani Rodrik, Professor of International Political Economy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

S

Nedim Saban, Playwright, actor

Nur Sabuncu, Actress

Selim Sarper, Ambassador to the U.N., Minister of Foreign Affairs

Cigdem Seliik, Actress

Nevra Serezli, Actress

Murat Rauf Sertel, Mathematical Economist (see Game Theory)

Cem Sertoglu, Venture Capitalist

Sema Soygeni, Architect, Faculty member Bahcesehir University

Aye Soysal, Current Interim President of Bogazici University

Konstantin Stoilov, former Bulgarian prime minister

Hasan Subai, Bussinessman

Eve Sussman, Artist

Kenan Sahin, Entrepreneur, scientist

Fikret Senes, Composer

Bulent Senver, Bussinessman

T

Cigdem Talu, Composer

Ulku Tamer, Poet

Yagiz Tanli, Actor

Sabih Tansal, Physicist, former President of Bogazici University

Abdulhak Hamit Tarhan, Poet, diplomat, politician

Mehmet Taer, Diplomat

Ali Taygun, Actor

Ugur Terzioglu, RC 54, President of Turkish American Business Association

Tosun Terzioglu, President of Sabanci University, mathematician

Salih Semih Tezcan, First President of Bogazici University

Yildirim Turker, Journalist

U

Osman Ulagay, Media

Omer Uluc, Artist

Mehmet Ulug, Co-founder of the first jazz club in Turkey, musician

Ahmet Ulug, Co-founder of the first jazz club in Turkey, musician

Leyla Umar, Media

Tomris Uyar, Writer

Engin Unal, Swimmer

Osman Unsal, Bussinessman

V

Gunduz Vassaf, RA 64, Essayist

Gregory Vlastos, Writer, scholar of ancient philosophy

Ihsan Emre Vural, RC 04, Athlete (Rowing), the first and only Turkish world champion in rowing.

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Gaffar Yakin, Politician

Derya Yannier, National Basketball Player

Alp Yalman, Bussinessman, ex President of the Galatasaray Sports Club

Nur Yalman, Social Anthropologist

Tunc Yalman, Playwright, actor

Nergis Yazgan

Cem Yegul, Co-founder of the first jazz club in Turkey, musician

Nihal Yeginobali, Writer

K. Aslihan Yener, Archaeologist

Emre Yilmaz, Novelist

Nuyan Yigit, Media

Merve Yoneyman, National Equestrian Team, International Medalist

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Ugur Ziyal, Diplomat

External links

Robert College website

Robert College Alumni Association

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