Italian universities facing bankruptcy: Bergamo, Catania and Salento

Nannimagazine reported, 10 April 2013, on three three Italian universities, Bergamo, Catania and Salento  unable or unwilling to pay full salaries of (non-Italian) teaching staff for the month of March, describing the foreigners as the “first victims” of  the “Gelmini law” and raising fears that bankruptcy is in the horizon for these and other Italian universities.

Italian Universities facing bankruptcy: Bergamo, Catania and Salento

BERGAMO UNIVERSITY

Il Magnifico Rettore Stefano Paleari BERGAMO

Il Magnifico Rettore Stefano Paleari BERGAMO

CATANIA UNIVERSITY

Il Magnifico Rettore Giacomo Pignataro CATANIA

Il Magnifico Rettore Giacomo Pignataro CATANIA

SALENTO UNIVERSITY

Il Magnifico Rettore Domenico Laforgia SALENTO

Il Magnifico Rettore Domenico Laforgia SALENTO

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One Response to Italian universities facing bankruptcy: Bergamo, Catania and Salento

  1. Ann Davies says:

    Per chi non lo sapesse già, il Prof. Pignataro (nella foto sopra) è rettore dell’Università di Catania da pochissimo tempo e non è per niente responsabile dei tagli, i quali sono stati decisi dalla precendente amministrazione del Prof. Antonio Recca. Anzi, vorrei ringraziare pubblicamente il Prof. Pignataro per il suo sostegno e la sua disponibilità

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