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Università La Sapienza

Università La Sapienza' (it: Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza") yε university a ɛwɔ Roma, Italy.

Sapienza University of Rome , a yɛsane nso frɛɛ no sɛ Sapienza[1][2] anaa sɛ University of Rome, a nkane no na wɔfrɛ no sɛ Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza", ɛyɛ research university a wobɛhu no wɔ Rome, Italy. ɛyɛ suapɔn akɛseɛ a ɛwɔ amanone a ɛwɔ adesuafoɔ dodoɔ no mu baako.[3] na ɛsane nso yɛ suapɔn a anyini na akyɛ yie pa ara wɔ abakwasɛm mu, a wɔtee no wɔ afe apem ahaasa ne mmiensa (1303) mu.

Yɛbɔ Sapienza University of Rome abaso sɛ ɛyɛ a suapɔn obiara pɛ sɛ ɔkɔgye nteteeɛ wɔ mu no mu baako wɔ wiase nyinaa, mpɛn pii no wɔgye abasobɔdeɛ sɛ suapɔn a ɔdi kan a wabɔ ne ho mmɔden wɔ Italy ɛne Southern Europe nyinaa.[4] wɔ afe mpem mmienu ne duwɔtwe (2018) , afe mpem mmienu ne dunkron (2019) ɛne afe mpem mmienu ne aduonu baako (2021) mu no, wɔgye abasobɔdeɛ sɛ suapɔn a ɔdi kan a wabɔ ne ho mmɔden wɔ wiase nyinaa sɛ ɛba classics and ancient history adesua mu a.[5][6]


Palazzo della Sapienza, former home of the University until 1935.
Church of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza, originally the chapel and seat of the university library (until 1935).

wɔtee Sapienza suapɔn no wɔ Rome wɔ afe apem ahaasa ne mmiensa (1303) mu berɛ a na Papal bull na ɔwɔ hɔ wɔ In Supremae praeminentia Dignitatis, wɔnyaa wɔ tumi krataa wɔ afe Oforisuo bosome no da a ɛtɔ so aduonu wɔ afe apem ahaasa ne mmiensa (1303) mu wɔ Pope Boniface VIII aberɛ so, sɛ ɛnyɛ Studium mfa mma ecclesiastical adesua a na ɔno ara na na ɔhwɛ so, ɛnte sɛ suapɔn nkae no a saa berɛ no na ɛwɔ hɔ a ɛyɛ Bologna ne Padua[7]


The new campus of Rome University, built in 1935 by Marcello Piacentini, in a 1938 picture.

Sapienza suapɔn no wɔ mmeaɛ ahodoɔ beberee a adesuafoɔ tumi kɔ hɔ kɔsua adeɛ a ne nyinaa wɔ Rome, na mmom ne beaɛ titire kɛseɛ no ankasa deɛ ɛwɔ Città Universitaria (University city), a ɛwɔ asaase tam bɛyɛ aduanan nan 44 (110 acres) a ɛbɛn Roma Tiburtina Station. suapɔn no sane nso wɔ mmeaɛ ahodoɔ bi a ɛnni Rome kurom hɔ a adesuafoɔ no tumi kɔ hɔ nso kɔsua adeɛ kɛseɛ titire baako a ɛwɔ mu no wɔ Latina.

Nnipa titiriw bi wafa suapɔn nomu pɛn[sesa]

Nnipa titiriw bi wafa suapɔn nomu pɛn ne Abenfo ahodoɔ[sesa]

Picture Alumni and professors Academic degree Note Awards
Maria Montessori Natural sciences Founder of the Montessori method of education, regarded to be one of the most influential female physicians
Federico Fellini Law One of the most important filmmakers of the 20th century Academy Honorary Award, European Film Awards
Evangelista Torricelli Physics Inventor of the barometer. He made significant contributions in optics and on the method of indivisibles.
Enrico Fermi Physics Physicist, colleague and close friend of Ettore Majorana. A key figure in the creation of the atomic bomb, he discovered: new radioactive elements produced by neutron irradiation, controlled nuclear chain reaction. He is also known for the Fermi–Dirac statistics and the theory of beta decay Nobel Prize in Physics (1938)[8]
Emilio Gino Segrè Physics Physicist, colleague and close friend of Ettore Majorana. A key figure in the creation of the atomic bomb, he helped discover the antiproton and the elements astatine, and technetium Nobel Prize in Physics (1959)
Daniel Bovet Psychobiology Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1957) for his discovery of drugs that block the actions of specific neurotransmitters. He is best known for his discovery in 1937 of antihistamines, which block the neurotransmitter histamine and are used in allergy medication Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1957)
Ennio de Giorgi Mathematics Mathematician, who worked on partial differential equations. He solved Bernstein's problem about minimal surfaces. He solved Hilbert's nineteenth problem on the regularity of solutions of elliptic partial differential equation. Caccioppoli Prize (1960), Wolf Prize (1990)
Umberto Guidoni Astrophysics European Space Agency and Italian Space Agency astronaut (ESA/ASI) and a veteran of two NASA space shuttle missions
Mario Draghi Economics Prime Minister of Italy (2021–present). President of the European Central Bank. Governor for Italy on the Boards of Governors of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Asian Development Bank. Ex governor of the Bank of Italy. Ex Italian Executive Director at the World Bank. Ex director general of the Italian Treasury. Ex vice chairman and managing director of Goldman Sachs International
Sergio Balanzino Law Deputy Secretary General of NATO. Two times NATO General Secretary
Antonio Tajani Law President of the European Parliament. Former European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship
Federica Mogherini Political Science High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Rector of the College of Europe.
Sergio Mattarella Law 12th President of Italy
Vito Volterra Mathematical physics Mathematician and physicist, known for the theory of integral equations and the Lotka–Volterra equations
Gabriele d'Annunzio Literature Poet, journalist, playwright, soldier, politician. He was part of the literary movement called the Decadent movement.
Bernardo Bertolucci Modern literature Film director and screenwriter, whose films include The Conformist, Last Tango in Paris, 1900, The Last Emperor, The Sheltering Sky and The Dreamers 2 Nastro d'Argento Best Director, Academy Award for Best Director, Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, Golden Globe Award for Best Director, Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay, David di Donatello for Best Director, David di Donatello for Best Script, Golden Lion for his career at the Venice Film Festival, Honorary Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival
Charles Ponzi Business (not completed) Known for the fraudulent business scheme named after him, the Ponzi scheme
Enrico Giovannini Economics, Statistics Italian Minister of Labor and Social Policies, President of the Italian Statistical Institute (Istat). Chief Statistician and Director of the Statistics Directorate of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris. Professor of Economic Statistics.
Abdirashid Ali Shermarke Political Science 1st Prime Minister of Somalia and 2nd President of Somalia
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo Accounting Chairman of Ferrari, president of Confindustria, president of Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV). He was also the Chairman of Fiat S.p.A. from 2004 to 2010.
Ignazio Visco Economics Governor of the Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
Massimiliano Fuksas Architecture Architect Grand Prix d'Architecture Française (1999), Commandeur de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la République Française (2000), Honorary Fellowship of the American Institute of Architects (2002), Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects (2006)
Carlo Verdone Modern literature Prominent actor, screenwriter and film director.
Paolo Gentiloni Political Science Italian Prime Minister from December 2016 to June 2018 and European Commissioner in the Von der Leyen Commission since September 2019
Giorgio Gaja Law Elected in 2011 as a judge of the International Court of Justice
Pier Carlo Padoan Economics Deputy Secretary General at the OECD in Paris, and their chief economist. OECD 's G20 Finance Deputy, leads the initiatives 'Strategic Response', 'Green Growth' and 'Innovation'. Italy's finance minister
Giuseppe Conte Politics Former Prime Minister of Italy and leader of the Five Star Movement
Giorgio Parisi Physics Winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics. Also attended Sapienza as a student. Nobel Prize in Physics (2021), Dirac Medal (1999), and others.

Baabi a menyaa mmoa firiiɛ[sesa]

  1. Official Sapienza University of Rome name and logos writing guidelines Archived 17 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. Pronounced [saˈpjɛntsa]; Italian for 'knowledge' or 'wisdom'.
  3. "Chi siamo – Sapienza – Università di Roma". uniroma1.it.
  4. "Sapienza University of Rome Ranking | CWUR 2017". Cwur.org. Retrieved 18 October 2019.
  5. Will Martin. "QS ranking of global universities by excellence in subjects - Business Insider". Businessinsider.fr. Retrieved 18 October 2019.
  6. "Rome's La Sapienza rated top university in the world for Classics". www.wantedinrome.com. 4 March 2021.
  7. Gianna Fregonara. "Università "La Sapienza":sfide, titoli e speranze - Corriere.it". Roma.corriere.it. Retrieved 18 October 2019.
  8. "QS World University Rankings - 2021". Top Universities. Retrieved 30 December 2020.