Illustrious Alumni and Professors

This page is dedicated to illustrious Sapienza alumni and professors who have received international recognition in academia, science, culture and arts.

In collaboration with the Fondazione Sapienza, Sapienza University has created the NoiSapienza and In Unam Sapientiam Associations to promote a network of university alumni and professors.

 

Nobel Prize Winners

  • Enrico Fermi - 1938 Nobel Prize for Physics; taught Theoretical Physics at Sapienza 1926-1938;
  • Guglielmo Marconi – 1909 Nobel Prize for Physics; taught Electro-magnetic Waves - Physics at Sapienza 1935-1937;
  • Franco Modigliani - 1985 Nobel Prize for Economics; graduated in Law in 1939;
  • Giulio Natta - 1963 Nobel Prize for Chemistry; taught Physical Chemistry at Sapienza 1935-1937;
  • Carlo Rubbia, 1984 Nobel Prize for Physics; Assistant Professor of Physics 1959-1960
  • Emilio Segrè - 1959 Noble Prize for Physics; taught Physics at Sapienza 1928-1935

 

Famous Professors

  • Nicolaus Copernicus
  • Antonio Labriola
  • Angelo Celli
  • Giovanni Gentile
  • Edoardo Amaldi
  • ​Vittorio Emanuele Orlando
  • Giuseppe Ungaretti
  • Pietro Valdoni
  • Aldo Moro
  • Vittorio Bachelet
  • Mario Praz
  • Ezio Tarantelli
  • Natalino Sapegno
  • Renzo De Felice
  • Federico Caffè
  • Amintore Fanfani
  • Ettore Paratore
  • Antonio Ruberti
  • Scevola Mariotti
  • Paolo Sylos Labini
  • Giovanni Bollea
  • Giovanni Berlinguer
  • Tullio De Mauro
  • Stefano Rodotà

 

Famous Alumni

  • Maria Montessori
  • Ettore Majorana
  • Emilio Segré
  • Giulio Andreotti
  • Paolo Mieli
  • Luigi Abete
  • Gianni Letta
  • Sergio Mattarella
  • Mario Draghi
  • Ignazio Visco
  • Barbara Jatta
  • Antonello Venditti
  • Carlo Verdone
  • Claudio Baglioni
  • Laura Boldrini
  • Paolo Gentiloni
  • Alberto Angela
  • Antonio Tajani
  • Luisa Todini
  • Federica Mogherini
  • Edoardo Leo

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