Piazza del Biscione, 95
Home Campus Web site: http://www.washington.edu/
Italian Program Web site: http://www.depts.washington.edu/roma
The Rome Center provides instructional space, library, computer lab, conference hall, housing and administrative assistance to a variety of programs from the University of Washington and other institutions. Most programs are for the duration of one academic term and have included the following areas of study: Anthropology (Culture & Politics of Food), Applied Math, Architecture, Art History, Astronomy, Cinema Studies, Civil Engineering, Classics, Communication, Comparative History of Ideas, Creative Writing, Design, Education, English, European Studies, Geography, History, Honors, International Business, Italian Politics and Economy, Italian Studies, Landscape Architecture, Law, Societies & Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Studio Art, Urban Design.