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Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
Ka Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen oia kekahi oʻEulopa ka mua kulanui. Kekahi mau haneri makahiki o ka moolelo i loko o nā sciences a me na humanities i kākauʻia maʻaneʻi.
O ke Kulanui ka moolelo hoomaka ana ma 1477, i ka wa Kauna Eberhard "ka ma kaʻumiʻumi paha" o Württemberg hoʻokumu i ka Kulanui. In Tübingen ka moʻolelo mawaena konu he aneane he hale, a me ka huinahalike i mea ole ua hoʻopili i ke kaulana haumana. Tübingen kaulana nā Hegel, Hölderlin a me Schelling, Mörike a me Uhland, Johannes Kepler, a me Wilhelm Schickard.
Tübingen kēia lā waiho ana no he wahi o ka noiʻi a me ka ao. Ma waho aʻeo ka kokoke 85,500 e noho, aia no kekahi 28,300 German a me ka hoʻokō 'haumāna. kekahi 450 Kumu a me 4.400 na nā limahana ao ma ke kula nui, a ehiku faculties.
Ka hope mokuna o ke Kulanui ka moʻolelo, ua hoailono aku la ma kona pomaikai ma ka German pekelala a me ka moku'āina aupuni 'pono Initiative. Hanakimi Hopu School, hookahi poʻokela huiwaina hookahi, a me ka Kulanui ka huiʻoihana kou akamai, ua holomua ma o ka nui nā pāhana polokalamu - no hoi e Tübingen kekahi o Germany i he umikumamakahi kulanui i loko o ka luna "maikai" papa. Tübingen is also home to six collaborative research centers, is involved in five transregional collaborative research centers, and hosts five research training groups – all sponsored by the German Research Foundation. Ke Kulanui specializes i loko o ka nui o ka Innovative mahinaʻai o ka noiʻi: Neuroscience, lapaʻau Imaging, Translational Immunology a me Cancer Research, Microbiology a me ka maʻiʻaʻai Research, Hakakino Biology o na mea kanu, ? Aneie a me ka Geoscience, Astro- a Elementary huna Physics, Quantum Physics a me Nanotechnology, Archaeology a me Anthropology, 'Ōlelo a me Cognition, Ka hoʻonaʻauao, a me ka poe Media. Ke poʻokela o ko kakou noiʻi kōkua hana e pono ai ke olelo i nā haumāna mai nā mea a pau ma luna o ke ao nei. Research-aʻo i kaʻoihana aʻo ka mea, he ikaika mau o Tübingen mahele papahana, mahalo i ka pili loulou ma waena o ka noiʻi a me ka ao.
E ao ana ma ke Kulanui o Tübingen Hōʻike 'ke akea, ka hoʻonaʻauao 'pae ana o kona noiʻi. Ma mua o 280 papa, ua i kaumaha. Ke Kulanui ua hamama i ka lahui wehe aʻe o nā kula haumāna, a me.
Ke Kulanui i ke kūkaʻi 'ana i oi aku mamua o 150 educational institutions in 62 'āina, oi loa ma North America, Asia a me ka Roma Amerika, e like me na mea a pau a me na aina maʻEulopa. kekahi 18.9 pakeneka o na nā haumāna ma Tübingen hele mai kahi'ē,, a me na mea he nui o ke Kulanui o Kelemānia haumāna alualu o ko lakou mau haʻawina ma ka aina e.
"International mai 1477" - i ka pono ala e hōʻuluʻulu i ka University o Tübingen.
Kula / Colleges / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Protestant Theology
- Catholic Theology
- 'Aoʻao hoʻokele waiwai a me ka Business noho kia'āina'
- Akeakamai a me ka Mōʻaukala
- Social and Behavioral Science
- kēia 'Ōlelo
- Cultural Sciences
- Mathematics and Physics
- Kemika a me ka hale kūʻai lāʻau lapaʻau
- Information and Cognitive Science
- 1477 Founding of the original four faculties: Theology, Law, Medicine, kālaiʻike
- 1535/36 Founding of the Evangelische Stift school of divinity for Protestant Theology
- 1817 Founding of the Economics Faculty and the Faculty of Catholic Theology
- 1863 Founding of the first Faculty of Science at a German university
- 1979 The number of students tops 20,000 for the first time
- 1990 Founding of the Computer Science Faculty
- 1990 Founding of the International Center for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities (IZEW)
- 1999 Founding of the Center for Plant Molecular Biology (ZMBP)
- 2000 Founding of the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research
- 2007 Excellence cluster in the excellence initiative: Werner Reichardt Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN)
- 2012 Success in the German government’s Excellence Initiative with the new Graduate School on Learning, Educational Achievement, and Life Course Development (LEAD), the University’s Institutional Strategy, Research – Relevance – Responsibility, and continued sponsorship of the Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN) Excellence Cluster.
How the University was founded and named
Eberhard the Bearded, Count and later Duke of Württemberg, set the tone when he founded the University of Tübingen in 1477 – displaying a farsightedness that characterizes the University to the present day. Eberhard Karls Universität helps to shape the state’s intellectual life and contributes to its further development with internationally-recognized achievements.
The University got the official name it bears today – Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen – in 1769, when Duke Karl Eugen added his own name to that of the founder.
The University’s history is closely tied to the Evangelische Stift, hoʻokumu iloko o 1536 as a school of divinity, teaching Protestant Theology. A number of famous names studied at the Evangelische Stift – Johannes Kepler enrolled in 1587; other students here include the poets and writers Hölderlin, Hauff and Mörike and the philosophers Hegel and Schelling.
At the start of the 19th century, the University experienced remarkable growth; due to its renowned professors, its reputation spread beyond the borders of Württemberg. i 1817, faculties of Catholic Theology and Economics were added to the original four, a ma 1863 Tübingen became the first German university to have its own faculty of Natural Sciences. The first University hospital was set up in 1805 in the Alte Burse. That building, constructed in 1478, is the oldest still used by the University.
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