Oilthigh Flinders

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Flinders University Details

  • dùthaich : Astràilia
  • City : Adelaide
  • Acronym : FU
  • Stèidhichte : 1966
  • oileanaich (timcheall air.) : 26000
  • Dìochuimhnich discuss Flinders University
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Oilthigh Flinders 'còrdadh gu math reusanta cliù airson sàr-mhathais ann an teagasg agus rannsachadh. Tha cuideachd fhada dealas gus cur ri cothroman foghlaim airson a h-uile agus moiteil chlàr com-pàirteachas coimhearsnachd.

Tha sinn ag amas air brosnachadh coileanadh ann ar n-oileanaich agus luchd-obrach agus ag ullachadh ar luchd-ceumnachaidh a 'gabhail ri na dùbhlain agus na cothroman a tha air thoiseach.

Ar touchstone gu bheil oilthigh beatha bu chòir a bhith tlachdmhor agus a 'saidhbhreachadh airson a h-uile oileanach is an àrainn bu chòir brosnachail àite a bhith ag obair. Tha sinn misneachail gheibh thu Oilthigh Flinders brosnachail agus àite beothail ann a bhith ag obair agus ag ionnsachadh. Tha sinn a 'coimhead air adhart ri fàilte a chur oirbh gu Oilthigh.

An t-Ollamh Cailean J Stirling, Iar-Sheansalair

Oilthigh Flinders 'còrdadh gu math reusanta cliù airson a sàr-mhathais ann an teagasg agus rannsachadh. Tha fhada dealas gus cur ri cothroman foghlaim airson a h-uile agus moiteil chlàr com-pàirteachas coimhearsnachd.

Bhon ga stèidheachadh ann an 1966, Flinders air a choileanadh mòran de faod sinn a bhith gu math moiteil às-ùr-ghnàthach ann an rannsachadh, ann an àrd càileachd an teagaisg agus ann an com-pàirteachas coimhearsnachd.

Tha sinn air stiùireadh na slighe ann an toirt cothrom air foghlam àrd-ìre do dhaoine fa leth nach robh dualchasach a bhith miannach air Oilthigh.

Tha sinn a 'tàladh oileanaich bho thairis 100 dùthchannan agus ar n-alumni air a thogail mu dhreuchdan agus beatha a neartachadh choimhearsnachdan air feadh Astràilia agus air feadh an t-saoghail.

Flinders’ Tha coileanaidhean neartachadh le lìonra de làidir taobh a-muigh na ceanglaichean a tha sinn air a leasachadh le ar com-pàirtichean agus leis na coimhearsnachdan sinn a 'frithealadh. Tha sinn a 'gealltainn a bhith na oilthigh a tha an sàs outwardly, leantainneach a thogail taiceil agus a 'cur luach air dàimhean a bhios deatamach airson an ama ri teachd.

Sgoiltean / colaistean / roinnean / cùrsaichean / dàmhan


Dàimh an Fhoghlaim, Humanities and Law

  • Sgoil an Fhoghlaim
  • Sgoil nan Daonnachdan
  • Flinders Law School

Dàmh Eòlas an Leighis, Nursing and Health Sciences

  • Sgoil Mheidigeach
  • Sgoil Eòlas Slàinte
  • Sgoil nan Nursaichean agus mhnathan-glùine

Dàmh saidheans agus innleadaireachd

  • Sgoil nan Saidheansan Bith-
  • School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
  • Sgoil Saidheans Coimpiutaireachd, Innleadaireachd agus Matamataig
  • School of the Environment

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

  • Flinders Business School
  • Sgoil Eòlas-inntinn
  • School of International Studies
  • School of Social and Policy Studies

Eachdraidh


1958-1965

The idea of a second university for South Australia is conceived and in 1960 government owned land in Bedford Park is allocated to The University of Adelaide for a second campus. This is at a time when the population of South Australia is rapidly increasing and more people are seeking higher education.

Ann 1963 the first academic appointments are made and capital works begin later in the year.

Ann 1965 after the Australian Labor Party wins the State election, it’s decided that this site will become a separate university.

1966

Flinders University is named after the English navigator, Matthew Flinders, who explored and surveyed the southern Australian coastline in 1802.

The Flinders University crest includes a reproduction of Flindersship ‘Investigatorand an extract from his book ‘A Voyage to Terra Australis’.

The University is opened on 25 March by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, and the Chancellor Sir Mark Mitchell.

Flinders University comes into existence as a separate university on 1 An t-Iuchar 1966.

Professor Peter Karmel is the inaugural Vice Chancellor.

Flinders University has 90 luchd-obrach agus 400 students enrolled in less than ten courses.

1967

Independence Day is celebrated with a student prank when students open the ‘Sir Lavatory Bonython fountainin the Plaza.

1969

Student magazine, Empire Times, begins. It is the only student publication with its own printing press and will be described as ‘racy, argumentative, politically radical, often crude and obscene’. It is produced until Voluntary Student Unionism in 2006 and then begins again in 2013.

1970 University Hall is opened to provide accommodation for international and country students.
1974 The University introduces an Early Leavers Scheme, later to become the Mature Entry Scheme. The scheme offers free places to a limited number of older students who are not formally qualified for entry.
1974 First students are accepted for a degree in medicine.
1976 Flinders Medical Centre is opened and the first patients are admitted.

The Union Tavern is opened. This leads to more socialising on campus after hours, and on weekend nights.

1985 Vicki Spencer, a Politics graduate, becomes the University’s first Rhodes scholar.
1986
The bust of Matthew Flinders, by South Australian sculptor, John Dowie, is unveiled by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.
1991 The Sturt campus of the South Austalian College of Advanced Education, located next to the University, becomes part of the University.
1992-1996 Information Science and Technology, Engineering and Law/Commerce buildings are added to the campus. The Library is extended and a new Yunggorendi Mande is opened to house the Indigenous Higher Education Centre.
1995 The Lincoln Marine Science Centre is established in Port Lincoln for marine researchers and students.
1999 Tha $2.2 million Centre for Remote Health, based in the Alice Springs Hospital, is established by Flinders University and the Charles Darwin University (formerly Northern Territory University).
2000 Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health is established. It is a collaboration between Flinders University and Deakin University.
2002 Our success rate for obtaining research grants from the Australian Research Council is the second highest in the nation and more than 28% above national average.
2004 Student accommodation on campus is expanded with the creation of the Deirdre Jordan Student Village.
2008 New buildings for Education and Health Sciences are completed. These accommodate the School of Education and a number of departments from the School of Medicine respectively.
2009 A presence in Victoria Square is opened which gives future student enquiries a city-based outlet, and also offers some courses.
2011 Our relationship with Charles Darwin University is strengthened when the Flinders University Northern Territory Medical Programbegins. The first intake of students into program includes ten Indigenous students.
2014 Flinders University announces a $200 million investment in the Flinders Future Focus program.

The sod is turned to mark the commencement of construction of the Plaza and Student Hub.

2015 Flinders University opens the Tonsley facility.
2016 Flinders celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Flinders University’s Plaza and Student Hub is launched.


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