Since it was founded in 1477, UU has attracted some of the worlds very best minds and eight academics affiliated with the University have been awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize. Other Uppsala alumni are the poet Erik Axel Karlfeldt (18641931 who refused the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1918, but received it posthumously in 1931, the novelist and playwright Pär Lagerkvist (18911974 Nobel laureate in 1951, and the poet and novelist Karin Boye (19001941 for. University of Uppsala Botanical Garden University Park and Cathedral area Gustavianum The Old Consistory building The University Hall The Ekerman House The Dean's House (or Julinsköld Palace) Skytteanum The Oxenstierna House (Juridicum Faculty of Law) Regnellianum Carolina Rediviva West of Central Uppsala English Park Campus .
The holdings of the collection of manuscripts and music includes, among other things, the Gothic Bible manuscript Codex Argenteus. A number of other choirs and orchestras are affiliated with the nations. The first female student in Sweden was Betty Pettersson (18381885 who had already worked as a private tutor for several years when she took "studentexamen" in 1871.
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Elsa Eschelsson (18611911) was the first Swedish woman to finish a law degree, and the first to become a "docent but was not permitted to even hold the position of acting professor despite being formally qualified for this in everything but her sex. 9 University Library edit Main article: Uppsala University Library The university library holds about.25 million volumes of books and periodicals (131,293 shelf meters 61,959 manuscripts, 7,133 music prints, and 345,734 maps and other graphic documents. Blog, the Vice-Chancellors Blog the Vice-Chancellors take on current affairs and events. We have organised alumni chapters in China, Vietnam, USA, Hong Kong and Switzerland. Retrieved July 2012 The Svedberg Laboratory, proton therapy page Archived t the Wayback Machine. We offer over 50 different masters programmes taught in English within science technology, medicine, humanities and social sciences. The university was not immune to the parliamentary struggle between the parties known as the "Hats" and the "Caps with the former having a preference for hard sciences and practical knowledge. Returning in 1654, he received an assistantship in Medicine in 1655, and had already gone to work on a program of improving aspects of the university.