Cook Ollscoil James

Cook Ollscoil James

James Cook University Details

  • Tír : An Astráil
  • Cathair : Townsville
  • acrainm : JCU
  • Bunaithe : 1961
  • Students (thart.) : 20000
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Ceann de na domhan hinstitiúidí tosaigh ag díriú ar Teochrios, James Cook hOllscoile Astráil é timpeallaithe ag na héiceachórais iontach an foraoisí báistí an tropics Wet, na savannahs tirim, agus an íocónach Breataine Mhórsceir Bhacainneach. chumas ár suíomh uathúil mac léinn ón Astráil agus thar lear chun staidéar a dhéanamh i dtimpeallacht fhisiciúil éagsúla thar na bearta ag aon ollscoil ar fud an domhain.

Rugadh don Teochrios

Rangaithe i barr 2 faoin gcéad de phobal an domhain institiúidí tríú leibhéal ag an urramú Acadúil Rangú Ollscoileanna Domhanda arna dtáirgeadh ag an Shanghai Jiao Tong hOllscoile, James Cook Ollscoil tiomanta do chruthú sa todhchaí níos gile don saol sa Teochrios fud an domhain, trí chéimithe agus fionnachtana a difríocht a dhéanamh.

Atá tiomnaithe do thaighde

Déanann an Ollscoil taighde suntasach go náisiúnta agus aitheantas idirnáisiúnta i réimsí cosúil le heolaíochtaí mara, bithéagsúlacht, éiceolaíocht agus timpeallachtaí trópaiceach, téamh domhanda, turasóireacht, agus leigheas trópaiceacha agus cúram sláinte an phobail i ndaonraí faoi-sheirbheáil.

Ollscoil cuimsitheach

Ó bunaíodh in 1970, we have expanded into a multi-campus institutionwith our main campuses in the tropical cities of Cairns, Singeapór agus Townsville, le hionaid staidéir níos lú i Mount Isa, Thursday Island agus Mackay. Ní mór dúinn freisin ar an gcampas i Brisbane, oibriú ag Russo Ardoideachais.

Ár mic léinn a thagann ó chúlraí, a chur chun cinn éagsúlacht shaibhir chultúrtha agus ó thaithí ar an gcampas. Ár fochéime agus iarchéime coursesspan na hEalaíona, Eolaíochtaí Bithleighis, Gnó, meáin Chruthaitheacha, Dentistry, oideachas, Innealtóireacht, Eolaíochtaí Cúram Sláinte, Teicneolaíocht Faisnéise, Dlí, leigheas, Altranas agus Cnáimhseachas, Pharmacy, Pleanáil, Eolaíocht Síceolaíochta, Eolaíocht, Obair Shóisialta, Inbhuanaitheacht agus Eolaíocht Tréidliachta. sé mar aidhm againn a thabhairt do chéimithe na cáilíochtaí agus scileanna a theastaíonn uathu chun an lucht oibre domhanda.

Bhaineann lenár réigiún

Aithnímid freisin ár n-oibleagáid speisialta a bheith acu lenár réigiún féin agus tá brionnaithe naisc dlúth isteach sa gheilleagar agus sóisialta creatlach na thuaidh Queensland. Táimid tiomanta do chinntiú go bhfuil ár dteagasc, Tá foghlaim agus taighde, ní hamháin ar ardchaighdeán, ach freisin a sheachadadh buntáistí praiticiúla do na pobail agus tionscail an réigiúin.

Léiriú Intinne Straitéiseach

Ag cruthú todhchaí don saol sa Teochrios ar fud an domhain trí chéimithe agus fionnachtana a difríocht a dhéanamh.

cuimsitheach, ach dírithe

Is Ollscoil cuimsitheach. Díríonn ár teagaisc agus taighde ar cheithre théama:

  • Éiceachórais trópaiceacha agus Timpeallacht
  • Tionscail agus Geilleagair sna Trópaicí
  • Peoples agus Cumainn sna Trópaicí
  • Sláinte Tropical, Leigheas agus Bithshlándála.

Is áit cumhachtach

Is é an Trópaicí ár n-áit: limistéar geografach ollmhór a dtugtar Arastatail an Chrios Torrid. Ár trí campais trópaiceacha a chomhlánú agus a leathnú le hionaid staidéir réigiúnacha agus iargúlta agus stáisiúin taighde.

Tá mic léinn ag croílár ár hOllscoile agus táimid ag spreagadh iad a difríocht a dhéanamh ina réimsí iarracht agus ina bpobail trí:

  • Sheachadadh cláracha foghlama teagaisc ar ardchaighdeán agus i dtimpeallacht taighde-saibhir, agus
  • Cothú, ní hamháin saineolas gairmiúil agus fiosracht intleachtúil. Gineann ár taighde den chéad scoth eolais agus tuisceana nua chun freastal ar na dúshláin atá os comhair phobail na tropics.

Éagsúlacht agus athmhuintearas

Ag glacadh leis an éagsúlacht na pobail a ndéanaimid freastal i dhá thír, mbímid ag obair leo chun deiseanna agus tairbhí buaine dár réigiún agus níos faide anonn chruthú.

Ag aithint na pobail First Nation ar fud an domhain, a gcultúr saibhir agus a gcuid eolais ar an timpeallacht nádúrtha, íocaimid meas ar leith ar na pobail Aboriginal agus Torres Strait Oileánach, na chaomhnóirí traidisiúnta na dtailte agus uiscí na hAstráile.

Táimid gheall ag athmhuintearas fíor agus inbhuanaithe idir muintir Aboriginal agus Torres Strait Oileánach agus an pobal i gcoitinne a bhaint amach.

Inbhuanaitheacht

Tiomanta do phrionsabail na hinbhuanaitheachta, cinnteoimid go nach bhfuil ar ár ngníomhartha sa lá atá inniu teorainn réimse sóisialta, cultúrtha, Roghanna comhshaoil ​​agus eacnamaíocha ar oscailt glúnta atá le teacht.

Values and Beliefs

Ár gníomhartha atá mar bhonn taca ár luachanna agus creidimh:

luachanna

  • Feabhais
  • barántúlacht
  • ionracas
  • Inbhuanaitheacht
  • Meas frithpháirteach
  • Discovery

creidimh

  • Aithnímid go bhfuil eolas an chumhacht a saol a athrú
  • Táimid adhaint agus tacaíocht paisean don fhoghlaim inár bpobal
  • Táimid saibhrithe ag agus éagsúlacht ár bpobail 'ceiliúradh
  • Tuigimid go bhfuil timpeallacht inbhuanaithe lárnach dár saol agus ár gcuid oibre
  • Táimid ag seasamh ár dtiomantais.

An Ollscoil idirnáisiúnta mar a léirítear inár ndaoine, ár n-áiteanna, agus ár dtaighde, a chur orainn bródúil ciúin i bheith aitheanta mar fhoras tosaigh treasach san Astráil, ár réigiún Áise-Aigéan Ciúin agus i measc na n-ollscoileanna ar fud an domhain.

Scoileanna / Coláistí / Ranna / Cúrsaí / dámha


Division of Tropical Environments and Societies

  • Coláiste na nDán, Society and Education
    • Na hEalaíona
    • meáin Chruthaitheacha
    • oideachas
    • Eolaíocht Shóisialta
    • Obair Shóisialta
  • Coláiste Gnó, Law and Governance
    • Cuntasaíocht
    • Economics and Marketing
    • Governance and Management
    • Teicneolaíocht Faisnéise
    • Dlí
    • turasóireacht
  • College of Marine and Environmental Sciences
    • Aquaculture and Fisheries
    • Environmental Geography and Sustainability
    • Marine Biology
    • Terrestrial Ecosystems
  • Coláiste na hEolaíochta, Technology and Engineering
    • Ceimic
    • Eolaíochtaí Cruinne
    • Innealtóireacht
    • Eolaíochtaí fisiceacha

Division of Tropical Health and Medicine

  • College of Medicine and Dentistry
    • leigheas
    • Dentistry
    • Pharmacy
  • College of Healthcare Sciences
    • Clinical Exercise Physiology and Sport and Exercise Science
    • Altranas agus Cnáimhseachas
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Physiotherapy
    • síceolaíocht
    • Speech Pathology
  • College of Public Health, Medical & Veterinary Sciences
    • Eolaíochtaí Bithleighis
    • Eolaíochtaí Saotharlainne Leighis
    • Eolaíocht Tréidliachta
  • Indigenous Health Unit

Division Global Strategy and Engagement

Division of Research and Innovation

Division of Services and Resources

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Born of the traditional model of excellence in teaching and research, James Cook University has become a modern and dynamic university of truly global standing. Our graduates hold top-level positions around Australia and the world, and our research has earned us a worldclass reputation.

JCU is Queensland’s second oldest university. We offered our first courses in Townsville in 1961 as an annex of the University of Queensland. Since then we have become a dynamic, multi-campus university with a total of 17,500 daltai. Our main campuses are located in Townsville and Cairns, and we have international campuses in Singapore and Brisbane.

After a decade under the stewardship of the University of Queensland, JCU became a university in its own right on 20 aibreán 1970. The proclamation was signed by Queen Elizabeth II at a special ceremony in Townsville, which took place 200 blianta, to the day, after the University’s namesake, explorer Captain James Cook, first sighted Australia.

1957

Professor J.D Story, Vice Chancellor of the University of Queensland proposes a regional university college be established.

11 Deireadh Fómhair

1958

University of Queensland Senate recommends a regional university be established.

12 Deireadh Fómhair

1958

The Hon Jack Pizzey, Queensland Minister for Education, announces in Cairns that the Queensland government will open a University College in Townsville.

Feabhra

1960

The North Queensland University Association was formed to raise £50,000 to establish two residential hostels, scholarships and to provide library facilities. Donations came from Cairns, Mackay, Cardwell, Innisfail, Charters Towers, Bowen and from a number of local firms and clubs in North Queensland.

19 Bealtaine

1960

State Cabinet announces that a University College will be established at Townsville under the auspices of the University of Queensland

21 Bealtaine

1960

Foundation stone laid at Pimlico site by Hon JCA Pizzey, Minister for Education. This is now the Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE Pimlico campus.

Lúnasa

1960

The Queensland government negotiated with the Federal government for the Stuart Migrant Centre to be used as a hostel for 35 mac léinn fireann. ‘Duncragan’ on Melton Hill was made available by the state government for 20 baineann daltaí.

1 eanáir

1961

Dr Frank Olsen commences as Warden of the University College of Townsville.

27 Feabhra

1961

University College of Townsville officially opened by Premier of Queensland, Hon GFR Nicklin. Bhí 105 daltai.

meitheamh

1961

Prime Minister, Rt Hon. R.G. Menzies visits the Pimlico campus.

21 meitheamh

1962

Townsville City Council decided to offer the state government by way of gift through the University of Queensland, an area of approximately 400 acres of land on the southern side of the Ross River to be used exclusively for University purposes. Council also recommended that CSIRO by way of gift be offered approximately 50 acres of land owned by the Council in the same way.

Márta

1966

Townsville City Council offers the state government a gift of 50 acres as a site for Teachers Training College. Council’s preference was for this to be in close proximity to University and CSIRO to foster collaboration.

8 nollaig

1962

Dr Ken Back appointed Warden.

1965

CSIRO research station opens near the proposed site of the Douglas Campus.

29 iúil

1966

sí. Harold E Holt, Prime Minister of Australia laid the foundation stone of Uni Halls

1967

First buildings occupied at Douglas Campus.

Feabhra

1969

Townsville Teacher’s College commences operation.

10 nollaig

1969

Qld Parliament passes James Cook University of North Queensland Bill 1970.

20 aibreán

1970

James Cook University of North Queensland proclaimed.

Tom Priestley elected Chairman of University Council.

Dr Ken Back appointed Vice-Chancellor.

15 aibreán

1971

Tom Priestley retires.

16 aibreán

1971

Sir George Fisher elected Chancellor.

24 nollaig

1971

Cyclone Althea hits Townsville.

1972

Research Vessel RV James Kirby launched.

13 meitheamh

1973

AIMS established at Cape Ferguson.

15 aibreán

1974

Sir George Fisher retires.

2 Bealtaine

1974

Sir George Kneipp elected Chancellor.

8-13 Lúnasa

1977

JCU holds first Open Week.

1978

Orpheus Island Marine Research Station established.

1978

Fletcherview purchased as Tropical Veterinary Science Field Station.

1980

Pimlico campus vacated.

1982

JCU amalgamates with Townsville College of Advanced Education (Townsville Teachers College.

1982

Sir George Fisher Centre for Tropical Marine Science established.

31 eanáir

1986

Professor Ken Back resigns as Vice-Chancellor.

18 iúil

1986

Professor Ray Golding appointed Vice-Chancellor.

1987

Cairns Campus opens.

1987

Establishment of JCU’s Tropical Health Surveillance Unit

1988

Name of Tropical Health Surveillance Unit changed to theAnton Breinl Centre for Tropical Health and Medicine

1990

Institute of Advanced Education disbanded. School of Education formed within James Cook University. Institute’s buildings become Western Campus.

1992

Mackay Campus opened.

15 Feabhra

1993

Sir George Kneipp dies.

4 Márta

1993

John Williams appointed Chancellor.

aibreán

1993

Sir George Kneipp Auditorium opens.

1995

Cairns Campus relocates to current Smithfield site.

25 iúil

1996

Professor Ray Golding retires as Vice-Chancellor.

25 iúil

1996

Dr Martyn Forrest appointed Vice-Chancellor.

14 eanáir

1997

Dr Martyn Forrest resigns as Vice-Chancellor.

4 aibreán

1997

Professor Ken McKinnon appointed Interim Vice-Chancellor

15 nollaig

1997

Professor Bernard Moulden appointed Vice-Chancellor.

nollaig

1997

Parliament passes James Cook University Act 1997.

1998

Name changed to James Cook University.

1998

Funding announced for Medical School.

7 Márta

1999

John Williams retires as Chancellor.

23 Márta

1999

Lt-Gen John Grey AC appointed Chancellor.

2000

James Cook University Medical School opened.

2003

Thursday Island campus established.

2003

JCU commences operations in Singapore.

Lúnasa

2003

JCU named in the top 500 Universities in the World according to the Shanghai Jiao Tong world ranking.

Márta

2006

JCU Brisbane campus opened.

17 nollaig

2006

Professor Bernard Moulden resigns as Vice-Chancellor.

15 eanáir

2007

Professor Sandra Harding commences as Vice-Chancellor & Uachtarán.

21 Bealtaine

2008

JCU launches its Reconciliation Statement and names the library the “Eddie Koiki Mabo Library”.

Meán Fómhair

2008

JCU Singapore relocates to Upper Thompson Road site.


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