- kulanui o
- Laval University
E like me North America ka mua Farani-'ōlelo kulanui, Laval University ua kokoke mai ka ikaika mai kona mōʻaukala, a me vitality.
A pono-e kokoke ana kulanui:
- kekahi 500 papahana
- Kaulana ka hoʻoneʻe a me ka hoonohonoho hou papahana
- 5 like piliʻike: mea hānai Development, Entrepreneurial, Kona Keahole, Honours a me Research
- Mana Lima, hoomau ana, a me ka loihi hana hoʻonaʻauao 'okoʻa
- kekahi 750 partnership agreements with some 500 kulanui ma aneane 70 'āina
- A waihona o ka luna o 6 miliona palapala
- A kaiāulu hoihoi a me nā kaiaulu
- maluna o 42,500 students
- kekahi 5,600 lahui nā haumāna
- kekahi 230 haumana ahahui
Ka mua kula o kiekie ae aʻoʻana ma Amerika, hamama ia i ke ao nei, a imbued me he 'ano o ka ana kiʻekiʻe, Laval University ka poʻea pau i ke kūpono 'ana o ke kaiāulu ma ka hoʻonaʻauao palapala hōʻoia no, a me ke kuleana o kanaka e lilo i hope o ka loli, a ma ka imi a kaʻana like' ike i loko o ka haumāna kahi 'ia o ka noiʻi a me ka honua.
I na hoa o ke kulanui kaiāulu kaʻana i ka haumāna kahi pono hihio o ka wā e hiki mai: e lilo i kekahi o ka poe maikai kulanui i loko o ke ao nei. I ka hopena, Université Laval hoi hoihoi e ku mai ma ka noho:
- A hulina kulanui ike me ka lahui kaulana no kona mau haumāna, a me kbps hoʻonaʻauao nā papahana e like me ka paa
- A kulanui ma ke ohi kae o ka noiʻi a me ka honua e distinguishes wale maluna o ka poe weliweli loa āina o ke ao ma o kona loaʻa kekahi e piʻi like
- An hamama kulanui e paipai 'ia ka dialog, ke alu like, a me ke komo 'ana o kona mau lala i nui ao helu
- A kulanui i hoopaaia i kona kaiāulu i mea e hoʻomāhuahua ai ke kūkaʻi 'ana, me na nāʻoihana a pau o ke kaiāulu kanaka, oiai e noho anaʻoiaʻiʻo i kona kumu huakaʻi, kuokoa, a me na kuleana
- A model university that gives all members of its community the opportunity to grow, hoʻomōhala i ko lakouʻia, ae hookupaa ia lakou iho ma ka hōʻeuʻeu, noho haumāna kahi, like, a me ka hōʻihi huiʻoihana okoʻa no ka manawa
- A kēia kulanui i mea hana i ka mea hānai kūpono 'ana, a hooponopono iho i kona mau kumuwaiwai responsibly
hana o ke kulanui kaiāulu no ke keiki i kona kapa i bolstering haumāna pomaikai a me ka lewa, penei kahua huiʻoihana Hawaiʻi:
- Mahalo no ka mea, ke i nā kānaka, societies, ike, a me na aoao o ka manaʻo
- Humanistic a ethical kokoke loa i kahi
- 'Ana i ka noʻonoʻo loi, a me ka hoʻoponopono
- Pilikino a me ka kaiaulu komo, a me alakaʻi
- Paipai 'o ka hanaia'na, HOU, a me ka pono
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences
- Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences
- 'āuna Kumu o ka Business kia'āina '
- 'āuna kumu o ka Dentistry
- 'āuna Kumu o Hoonaauao
- 'āuna kumu o eanie?, Geography and Geomatics
- Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
- 'āuna Kumu o Law
- 'āuna Kumu o ka Medicine
- 'āuna kumu o Music
- 'āuna Kumu o ka hanai nou
- 'āuna kumu o ka hale kūʻai lāʻau lapaʻau
- 'āuna Kumu o akeakamai
- Faculty of Planning, kuhikuhipuʻuone, Arts and Design
- Nā o Science a me ka hana 'enekinia
- 'āuna Kumu o Social Sciences
- Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
The university began as the Séminaire de Québec, ka mea, ua hookumuia ia ma ka 1663 by François de Montmorency-Laval, a member of the House of Laval and the first Bishop of New France.
During the French regime, the institution’s role was to train priests for the towns of New France. After the Conquest of 1760, the British decided to expand training offered to liberal arts professions. At a time when French Canadians did not have access to higher education, Bishop Bourget of Montreal suggested expanding the Séminaire de Québec into the establishment of Université Laval. The Principal, M. Louis Casault, visited Europe to obtain a Royal charter, and studied the best university systems.
The Séminaire de Québec was granted a Royal Charter on December 8, 1852, by Queen Victoria, at the insistence of Lord Elgin, then governor-general, creating Université Laval with ‘the rights and privileges of a university’. The charter was signed in 1852. Pope Benedict XV approved the scheme, and authorized the erection of chairs of theology and the conferring of degrees.
In 1878, the university opened a second campus in Montreal, which later became the Université de Montréal on May 8, 1919, by a writ of Pope Benedict XV. In 1971, a second charter vesting supreme authority in the Université Laval council was proclaimed.
Laval, a waltz by French-Canadian ragtime composer Wilfrid Beaudry, was dedicated to the students at Laval University and the University of Montreal. The music for piano was published in Québec by J. Beaudry, circa 1906.
hoʻomaka ana ma 1925, the university moved out from Old Quebec because of the lack of space and the impossibility of erecting new buildings in this crowded part of the town. It settled in the then rural outskirt of Sainte-Foy, just west of the city center. The school of architecture returned to this heritage building (now affectionately referred to as Le Vieux Séminaire) iloko o 1989.
The governance structure at Laval incorporates the powers of board and senate. I ka hoʻokele Ua hoohalike ma ka moku'āina Kulanui o Toronto Act o 1906 ka mea i hoʻokumu i ka bicameral ano o ke kulanui aupuni, oia hoi o ka Aha Senate (kumu), ke kuleana kālaiʻike ke kulekele, a me ka papa o na Kiaaina (makaainana) ka hana ana exclusive mana maluna o kālā kuwaho, a ua olelo mana ma na mea a pau kekahi mea e. ka pelekikena, kohoia e ka papa, was to provide a link between the 2 bodies and to perform institutional leadership.
I ka mahele mua o ka 20th kenekulia, 'oihana hoʻonaʻauao hoomaka ma kela aoao o ka kuʻuna mahinaʻai o ka theology, kanawai a me ka lapaau. Puka aʻo nānā 'ana i ka Kelemānia, hooeueu ae la iʻAmelika kumu hoʻohālike o ka hana kūikawā papa hana, a me ka pau' ana o ka noiʻi ia hoʻi, ua hoʻolauna.
The policy of university education initiated in the 1960s responded to population pressure and the belief that higher education was a key to social justice and economic productivity for individuals and for society.
The establishment of Laval University by Royal Charter in 1852 was designated a National Historic Event in 1972 and plaqued in 1975.
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