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Portrait of Archduke Albert VI of Austriafounder of the University Originally Albrechts University, the university started with four faculties theologyphilosophymedicineand law.
Established by papal privilege papal bullthe University in Freiburg actually was — like all or most universities in the Middle Ages — a corporation of the church body and therefore belonged to the Roman Catholic Church and its hierarchy. At its founding, the university was named after Albert VI of Austria.
He provided the university with land and endowmentsas well as its own jurisdiction. Freiburg around The university soon attracted many students, such as the humanists Geiler von KaysersbergJohann Reuchlinand Jakob Wimpfeling. When Ulrich Zasius was teaching law untilFreiburg became a centre of humanist jurisprudence.
From toErasmus of Rotterdam lived and taught in Freiburg. From around on, the university was housed at the Altes Collegium "Old College"today called the "new town-hall".
The importance of the university decreased during the time of the Counter-Reformation. To counter reformatory tendencies, the administration of two faculties was handed over to the Roman Catholic order of the Jesuits in Studium Gallicum[ edit ] InFreiburg temporarily became French territory, along with the southern parts of the upper Rhine.
On November 6,a bilingual educational program was initiated. From tothe faculty fled to Konstanz. Austrian reforms[ edit ] After Freiburg was re-conquered and appointed as capital of Further Austriaa new time began for the university by the reforms of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria.
The requirements for admission were changed for all faculties in before that time only Roman Catholics were allowed to study and Natural Sciences were added as well as Public Administration.
The Church finally lost its predominant influence on the university when the Jesuits were suppressed following a decree signed by Pope Clement XIV in Consequently, Johann Georg Jacobi brother of the more famous philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi in was the first Protestant professor teaching at the university in Freiburg.
Indeed, there were considerations by Karl Friedrich, Grand Duke of Baden and Karl, Grand Duke of Baden to close down the university in Freiburg while both of them thought that the Grand Duchy could not afford to run two universities at the same time the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg had existed since University of Freiburg[ edit ] The university had enough endowments and earnings to survive until the beginning of the regency of Ludwig I, Grand Duke of Baden in Finally inhe saved the university with an annual contribution.
In the beginning of the 20th century, several new university buildings were built in the centre of Freiburg, such as the new main building in The university counted 3, students just before World War I. In the field of social sciences, Walter Eucken developed the idea of ordoliberalismwhich subsequently is known as the " Freiburg School ".
Third Reich[ edit ] During the Third Reichthe university went through the process of "political alignment" Gleichschaltung like the rest of the German universities. Under the rector Martin Heideggerall Jewish faculty members were forced to leave the university in accordance with the "Law for the Reintroduction of Professional Civil Service".
New buildings for natural sciences were erected in the Institutsviertel "institute quarter". Nobel Prize winner and former professor at the University of Freiburg, Friedrich Hayekis also associated with this theory. He directed the Walter Eucken Institutan economic think tank in Freiburg cooperating with the university.
His research group later formed what is now the Arnold Bergstraesser Institute for sociocultural research at the university.
In the late 20th century, the university was part of a mass education campaign and expanded rapidly. The student body grew to 10, by the s, and doubled to 20, students by In the s, the faculty structure was changed to 14 departments, with the Faculty of Engineering becoming the 15th faculty in Inthe number of faculties was reduced to The university opened a memorial dedicated to the victims of National Socialism among the students, staff, and faculty in Green initiatives are becoming increasingly popular in our society.
Green products, green buildings and environmentally-conscious groups are everywhere. Major corporations are taking green initiatives very seriously and taking great strides to go green for their consumers and employees.
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