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AlmaGoals shows the commitment of the Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

AlmaGoals presents the University of Bologna contribution to the advancement of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, by presenting the information described in the University Report on U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.

The report was formulated by the Scientific and Technical Committee for Social Reporting at the University of Bologna from October 2018 to July 2019. The data presented herein refers to 2018, as well as A.Y. 2018/19 for teaching data.

Each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals is reported on in relation to the four dimensions of activities carried out at the University of Bologna (teaching, research, third mission and institution, where available) using a set of metrics specially formulated to match and integrate with the institutional documents adopted by the University of Bologna. In AlmaGoals teaching, research, third mission and institution projects are presented in further details.

The data comes mainly from the University Data Warehouse, a database powered by the Alma Mater Studiorum’s management systems, also drawing upon ad hoc surveys by the coordinators of the study programme, content analysis of research projects and cooperation programmes, and SCOPUS queries.

For full information on metrics and methodology please consult the Methodological Note on the Report available for download here.

"Feeling Home" - University of Bologna for SDGs

"The mission of the University of Bologna for the Sustainable Development Goals. Since its founding, the Alma Mater has been student-focused. Faithful to its mission, and thanks to a history that has consolidated over time, the University of Bologna is fully aware that students represent the society of tomorrow and that its activities can produce significant impact, both direct and indirect. The University of Bologna is committed to the values of sustainability, pursuing the SDGs and teaching the best suitable practices to achieve them within 2030."

"Feeling home" was conceived, designed and realized by the students of the master's degree in Cinema, Television and Multimedia production (CITEM), with the help of the professors and technicians of the Departments of Arts of the University of Bologna, in collaboration with the production company Mammut Film. It is the result of a considerable effort on the part of students, professors and technicians which created a strong team. This cooperation has led to the creation of an innovative, exciting and valuable work, using the spaces and structures of the DAMSLab of the University of Bologna. 

 We especially want to thank: Anita, Carlo and Febe, the three young actors, Prof. Roberta Paltrinieri, Prof. Veronica Innocenti, Prof. Paolo Noto, adjunct professors Michele Mellara and Alessandro Rossi, Prof. Luca Barra, all of the Departments of ARts and the students of the laboratories of the CITEM master degree. 

We also want to thank all the technicians who participated in the making of the video:

Written and directed by: Michele Mellara and Alessandro Rossi
Producer: Ilaria Malagutti
DOP: Marco Mensa,
Machine assistant: Anthony Cavarretta
Scenography: Orazio Metello Orsini
Edition Secretary: Matilde Pieraccini
Best Boy: Davide Bellanca
Editing: Mattia Biancucci
Music and Mix: Nicola Bagnoli
Production: Mammuth Film

THE Ranking

THE - University Impact Rankings 2019

We are so proud that our effort towards the SDGs have been certified by Times Higher Education. We are ranked as 9th in the World, among more than 500 universities. This ranking is the only global performance table that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

More in details we are 4th for Quality Education, 4th for Gender Equality, 6th for Decent Work and Economic Growth, 17th for Sustainable Cities and Communities, 21st for Partnerships for the Goals, 35th for Good Health and Well-being.

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