List of National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy people

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This is a list of notable people associated with the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA), a public research university located in Kyiv, Ukraine. Students, alumni and faculty members of the university and all its predecessor institutions including Kyiv Brotherhood School (KBS), Kyiv-Mohyla Collegium (KMC), Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (KMA) and Kyiv Theological Academy (KTA) are included in this list.

Many students and professors of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in the 17th and 18th centuries pursued many activities except church career. They were often also writers, philosophers, theologicians and educators in a broad sense. This is indicated in the list where appropriate.

Religion[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Kosiv, SylvestrSylvestr Kosiv professor of KMC Metropolitan of Kiev, writer. [1]
Bănulescu-Bodoni, GavrilGavril Bănulescu-Bodoni student of KMA Metropolitan of Moldavia (1792), Metropolitan of Kherson and Crimea (1793–1799), Metropolitan of Kiev and Halych (1799–1803), Exarch of Moldo-Wallachia (1806–1812), and Metropolitan of Chişinău (1812–1821). [2]
I, MacariusMacarius I student, professor of KTA Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna. [3]
Munteanu, NicodimNicodim Munteanu student of KTA Patriarch of All Romania. [4]
Yavorsky, StephenStephen Yavorsky student of KMA Metropolitan archbishop of Ryazan and Murom, first president of the Most Holy Synod, writer. [1]
Prokopovich, FeofanFeofan Prokopovich student, professor, rector of KMA Metropolitan archbishop of Novgorod and Velykolutsk, philosopher, writer. [5]
Rostov, Dimitry ofDimitry of Rostov student of KMA Metropolitan archbishop of Rostov. [6]
Slavinetsky, EpifanyEpifany Slavinetsky student, professor of KMA Ecclesiastical expert of the Russian Orthodox Church. [7]
Velichkovsky, PaisiusPaisius Velichkovsky student of KMA The founder of modern Eastern Orthodox staretsdom, writer, philosopher. [7]
Constantius I student of KMA Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople in 1830-1834. [7]
Puiu, VisarionVisarion Puiu student of KTA Metropolitan bishop of the Romanian Orthodox Church. [8]
Zaborovsky, RafailRafail Zaborovsky student of KMA Metropolitan of Kiev, Galychyna and All-Rus'. [9]
Adrian, PatriarchPatriarch Adrian student of KMC Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia. [10]

Politics[edit]

Hetmans of Ukraine[edit]

Ivan Mazepa, student
Pylyp Orlyk, student
Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Mazepa, IvanIvan Mazepa student of KMA Grand Hetman of the Left-bank Ukraine in 1687–1708. [11]
Orlyk, PylypPylyp Orlyk student of KMA Ukrainian Hetman in exile, author of one of the first state constitutions in Europe. [12]
Polubotok, PavloPavlo Polubotok student of KMA Hetman of the Left-bank Ukraine in 1722-1724. [13]
Samoylovych, IvanIvan Samoylovych student of KMA Hetman of Left-bank Ukraine in 1672-1687. [7]
Vyhovsky, IvanIvan Vyhovsky student of KMA Hetman of the Ukrainian Cossacks in 1657-1659. [14]
Skoropadsky, IvanIvan Skoropadsky student of KMA Hetman of the Ukrainian Cossacks in 1708–1722. [7]
Khmelnytsky, YuriiYurii Khmelnytsky student of KMA Hetman of Ukraine in 1659-1660 and 1678–1681. [7]

Other prominent political figures[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Bezborodko, AlexanderAlexander Bezborodko student of KMA Grand Chancellor of Russia. [15]
Troshchynskyi, DmytroDmytro Troshchynskyi student of KMA Minister of justice of Russia in 1814. [16]
Holovaty, AntinAntin Holovaty student of KMA Founder of the Black Sea Cossack Host. [7]
Kvit, SerhiySerhiy Kvit professor of NaUKMA Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine
Yefremov, SerhiySerhiy Yefremov student of KTU Secretary of International Affairs for Ukraine. [17]
Tomenko, MykolaMykola Tomenko professor of NaUKMA Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine in the first cabinet of Yulia Tymoshenko. [18]
Semerak, OstapOstap Semerak student of NaUKMA Member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of 6th convocation, Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
Shevchenko (politician), AndriyAndriy Shevchenko (politician) student of NaUKMA Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. [19]
Sheremeta, PavloPavlo Sheremeta professor of NaUKMA Minister of Economical Development and Trade of Ukraine
Vannykova, IrynaIryna Vannykova student of NaUKMA Press-secretary of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yuschenko. [20]
Zavadivskyi, PetroPetro Zavadivskyi student of KMA Minister of education in Russia in 1802. [7]

Arts and Music[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Hryhorovych-Barskyi, IvanIvan Hryhorovych-Barskyi student of KMA Architect who worked in the Ukrainian baroque style. [21]
Berezovsky, MaksymMaksym Berezovsky student of KMA Composer, opera singer and violinist. [22]
Vedel, ArtemyArtemy Vedel student of KMA Composer, conductor, singer and violinist. [7]
Bortniansky, DmytroDmytro Bortniansky student of KMA Composer, conductor, singer. [7]
Levitzky, DmitryDmitry Levitzky student of KMA Portrait painter. [7]
Koshyts, OleksanderOleksander Koshyts student of KTA Composer, choral conductor, arranger. [23]

Literature[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
of Polotsk, SymeonSymeon of Polotsk student of KMA Belarusian-Russian poet, dramatist, churchman, and enlightener who laid the groundwork for the development of modern Russian literature. [7]
Rajić, JovanJovan Rajić student of KMA Serbian writer, historian and pedagogue. [24]
Mateevici, AlexeiAlexei Mateevici student of KTA Moldavian poet. [25]
Sokolyan, MarynaMaryna Sokolyan student of NaUKMA Contemporary Ukrainian writer. [26]

Natural sciences[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Lomonosov, MikhailMikhail Lomonosov student of KMA Russian scientist, writer and polymath. [27]
Falkovskyi, IryneyIryney Falkovskyi student, rector of KMA Mathematician, astronomer, historian, writer, bishop of Chyhyryn, Smolensk and Dorogobuzk. [7]

Humanities and social sciences[edit]

Meletius Smotrytsky, rector, professor
Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Smotrytsky, MeletiusMeletius Smotrytsky rector, professor of KBS Linguist, writer, archbishop of Polotsk, Vitebsk and Mstislav. [7]
Skovoroda, HryhoriHryhori Skovoroda student of KMA Philosopher, poet and singer. [28]
Velychko, SamiyloSamiylo Velychko student of KMA Historian, author of the Cossack Chronicle. [7]
Yurkevych, PamphilPamphil Yurkevych student, professor of KTA Philosopher. [29]
Gizel, InnokentiyInnokentiy Gizel rector, student of KMC Historian. [30]
Mace, JamesJames Mace professor of NaUKMA American historian and prominent researcher of Holodomor. [31]

Other[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Bryukhovetskyi, VyacheslavVyacheslav Bryukhovetskyi president, professor of NaUKMA Initiator of reestablishment and the first president of NaUKMA, Hero of Ukraine. [32]
Prokopovych, PetroPetro Prokopovych student of KMA Founder of commercial beekeeping. [33]
Tarabakin, DmytroDmytro Tarabakin student of NaUKMA Director, Head of Trading and Domestic Sales of "Dragon Capital". [34]

Fictional people[edit]

Name Relationship to the university Notability Reference
Bulba, AndriyAndriy Bulba NA Character in Nikolai Gogol's "Taras Bulba". [35]
Bulba, OstapOstap Bulba NA Character in Nikolai Gogol's "Taras Bulba". [35]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Sylvestr Kosiv". Retrieved 2008-03-04. 
  2. ^ "Gavril Bănulescu-Bodoni". Retrieved 2008-05-12. (Romanian)
  3. ^ "Makariy Bulgakov". Retrieved 2008-07-19. (Russian)
  4. ^ "Patriarhul Nicodim Munteanu". Retrieved 2008-05-12. (Romanian)
  5. ^ "Teofan Prokopovych in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine". Retrieved 2007-12-29. 
  6. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Dymytrii Rostovsky". Retrieved 2008-03-04. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Briukhovets’kyi, V. et al. (eds). (2001). Kyievo-Mohylians’ka akademiia v imenakh, XVII–XVIII st: Entsyklopedychne vydannia. Kiev: Publishing House "Kiev-Mohyla Academy". ISBN 966-518-132-7. (Ukrainian)
  8. ^ "Mitropolitul Visarion Puiu". Retrieved 2008-05-12. [dead link](Romanian)
  9. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Rafail Zaborovsky". Retrieved 2009-05-08. 
  10. ^ Omeljan Pritsak and Ihor Sevcenko, eds. "The Kyiv Mohyla Academy (Commemorating the 350th Anniversary of Its Founding, 1632-1982)." Harvard Ukrainian Studies. vol. VIII, no. 1/2. Cambridge, MA, 1985. P. 83.
  11. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Ivan Mazepa". Retrieved 2008-03-07. 
  12. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Pylyp Orlyk". Retrieved 2008-03-07. 
  13. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Pavlo Polubotok". Retrieved 2008-03-07. 
  14. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Ivan Vyhovsky". Retrieved 2008-03-07. 
  15. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Oleksander Bezborodko". Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  16. ^ "List of Public Prosecutors of Russia" (in Russian). Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  17. ^ Serhiy Yefremov
  18. ^ "People's Deputy of Ukraine Mykola Tomenko" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  19. ^ "People's Deputy of Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  20. ^ "NaUKMA alumni 2001" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  21. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Ivan Hryhorovych-Barskyi". Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  22. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Maksym Berezovsky". Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  23. ^ "Oleksander Koshyts - famous conductor". Retrieved 2008-07-19. (Ukrainian)
  24. ^ "Biography of Jovan Rajić" (in Serbian). Retrieved 2008-03-27. 
  25. ^ "Alexei Mateevici - a saver of the language" (in Russian). Retrieved 2008-07-29. 
  26. ^ "NaUKMA - 2002" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2007-09-22. 
  27. ^ "A. I. L'vovich-Kostritsa, Mikhail Lomonosov His Life and Literary Activity" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-08-17. 
  28. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Hryhorii Skovoroda". Retrieved 2008-03-04. 
  29. ^ "Pamphil Danylovych Yurkevych in ukrainian wikipedia". Retrieved 2008-08-01. (Ukrainian)
  30. ^ "Encyclopedia of Ukraine on Innkentii Gizel". Retrieved 2008-03-04. 
  31. ^ "James Mace at NaUKMA" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2008-03-04. 
  32. ^ "President of NaUKMA V.S. Bryukhovetsky" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2007-12-29. 
  33. ^ "Biography of Petro Prokopovych". Retrieved 2007-12-10. 
  34. ^ "Dragon Capital". Retrieved 2007-12-10. 
  35. ^ a b "Taras Bulba by N. Gogol". Retrieved 2007-09-01. 

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