Noordwes-Universiteit is 'n private instelling wat gestig is in 1851.
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Wat begin het as landbougrond en moeras in die 1850's het die Noordwes-kampus en die stad van Evanston, Siek. Noordwes-Universiteit is 'n afdeling I skool in die Big Tien atletiek konferensie. se noordwestelike vroue se lacrosse span het verskeie NCAA nasionale kampioenskap gewen. Die skool het honderde kampus organisasies vervul studente’ gevarieerde belange. Eerstejaars is gewaarborg op die kampus behuising indien versoek in hul aansoeke. Die skool se 11 residensiële kolleges bied tematiese woonkwartiere vir sosiale en akademiese programme. hoofkampusse noordwestelike se is geleë langs Lake Michigan in Evanston en Chicago. in 2008, Noordwestelike oopgemaak 'n derde tak in Doha, Katar.
Van Noordwes se dosyn skole, nege aanbod voorgraadse programme en 10 aanbod gegradueerde en professionele programme. Noordwestelike se hoogs-posisie gegradueerde skole sluit theKellogg Bestuurskool, die Skool vir Opvoedkunde en Maatskaplike Beleid, die Skool vir Regsgeleerdheid, die Feinberg Skool vir Geneeskunde, die McCormick Skool vir Ingenieurswese en Toegepaste Wetenskappe en die Interdepartementele program vir Biologiese Wetenskappe. Noordwestelike se Medill School is bekend vir sy sterk joernalistiek gegradueerde program. Noordwestelike se Dance Marathon, geskep in 1975, is een van die grootste student-run Philanthropies in die land en het meer as opgewek $14 miljoen vir Chicago-area liefdadigheid. Noemenswaardige alumni sluit in die 55ste burgemeester van Chicago Rahm Emanuel; afgetrede VS. Hooggeregshof Justisie John Paul Stevens; akteur, skrywer en regisseur Zach Braff; komediant Stephen Colbert; en Tony-toekenning-bekroonde aktrise Heather Headley.
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- Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
- Kellogg School of Management
- Feinberg School of Medicine
- Bienen School of Music
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The foundation of Northwestern University is traceable to a meeting on May 31, 1850 of nine prominent Chicago businessmen, Methodist leaders and attorneys who had formed the idea of establishing a university to serve what had once been known as the Northwest Territory. op Januarie 28, 1851, the Illinois General Assembly granted a charter to the Trustees of the North-Western University, making it the first chartered university in Illinois. The school’s nine founders, all of whom were Methodists (three of them ministers), knelt in prayer and worship before launching their first organizational meeting. Although they affiliated the university with the Methodist Episcopal Church, they were committed to non-sectarian admissions, believing that Northwestern should serve all people in the newly developing territory.
John Evans, for whom Evanston is named, bought 379 akker (153 hy het) of land along Lake Michigan in 1853, and Philo Judson developed plans for what would become the city of Evanston, Illinois. The first building, Old College, opened on November 5, 1855. To raise funds for its construction, Northwestern sold $100 “perpetual scholarships” entitling the purchaser and his heirs to free tuition. Another building,University Hall, gebou in 1869 of the same Joliet limestone as the Chicago Water Tower, also built in 1869, one of the few buildings in the heart of Chicago to survive the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. in 1873 the Evanston College for Ladies merged with Northwestern, and Frances Willard, who later gained fame as a suffragette and as one of the founders of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), became the school’s first dean of women. Willard Residential College (1938) is named in her honor. Northwestern admitted its first women students in 1869, and the first woman was graduated in 1874.
Northwestern fielded its first intercollegiate football team in 1882, later becoming a founding member of the Big Ten Conference. In the 1870s and 1880s, Northwestern affiliated itself with already existing schools of law, medisyne, and dentistry in Chicago. Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law is the oldest law school in Chicago. As the university increased in wealth and distinction, and enrollments grew, these professional schools were integrated with the undergraduate college in Evanston; the result was a modern research university combining professional, gegradueerde, and undergraduate programs, which gave equal weight to teaching and research. The Association of American Universities invited Northwestern to become a member in 1917.
Under Walter Dill Scott’s presidency from 1920 om 1939, Northwestern began construction of an integrated campus in Chicago designed byJames Gamble Rogers to house the professional schools; established the Kellogg School of Management; and built several prominent buildings on the Evanston campus, Dyche Stadium (now named Ryan Field) and Deering Library among others. in 1933, a proposal to merge Northwestern with the University of Chicago was considered but rejected. Northwestern was also one of the first six universities in the country to establish a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) in the 1920s. Northwestern played host to the first-ever NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship game in 1939 in the original Patten Gymnasium, which was later demolished and relocated farther north along with the Dearborn Observatory to make room for the Technological Institute.
Like other American research universities, Northwestern was transformed by World War II. Franklyn B. Snyder led the university from 1939 om 1949, when nearly 50,000 military officers and personnel were trained on the Evanston and Chicago campuses. Na afloop van die oorlog, surging enrollments under the G.I. Bill drove drastic expansion of both campuses. in 1948 prominent anthropologist Melville J. Herskovits founded the Program of African Studies at Northwestern, the first center of its kind at an American academic institution. J. Roscoe Miller’s tenure as president from 1949 om 1970 was responsible for the expansion of the Evanston campus, with the construction of the lakefill on Lake Michigan, growth of the faculty and new academic programs, as well as polarizing Vietnam-era student protests. in 1978, the first and second Unabomber attacks occurred at Northwestern University. Relations between Evanston and Northwestern were strained throughout much of the post-war era because of episodes of disruptive student activism, disputes over municipal zoning, building codes, and law enforcement, as well as restrictions on the sale of alcohol near campus until 1972.Northwestern’s exemption from state and municipal property tax obligations under its original charter has historically been a source of town and gown tension.
Though government support for universities declined in the 1970s and 1980s, President Arnold R. Weber was able to stabilize university finances, leading to a revitalization of the campuses. As admissions to colleges and universities grew increasingly competitive in the 1990s and 2000s, President Henry S. Bienen’s tenure saw a notable increase in the number and quality of undergraduate applicants, continued expansion of the facilities and faculty, and renewed athletic competitiveness. in 1999, Northwestern student journalists uncovered information exonerating Illinois death row inmate Anthony Porter two days before his scheduled execution, and the Innocence Project has since exonerated 10 more men. op Januarie 11, 2003, in a speech at Northwestern School of Law’s Lincoln Hall, then Governor of Illinois George Ryan announced that he would commute the sentences of more than 150 death row inmates.
The Latin phrase on Northwestern’s seal, Quaecumque sunt vera (Whatsoever things are true) is drawn from the Epistle of Paul to the Philippians 4:8, while the Greek phrase inscribed on the pages of an open book is taken from the Gospel of John 1:14: The Word full of grace and truth. Purple became Northwestern’s official color in 1892, replacing black and gold after a university committee concluded that too many other universities had used these colors. vandag, Northwestern’s official color is purple, although white is something of an official color as well, being mentioned in both the university’s earliest song, Alma Mater (1907) (“Hail to purple, hail to white”) and in many university guidelines.
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