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Durham University he hana noiʻia hoʻonaʻauao – ka noho collegiate kulanui me ka mooolelo loihi, a me ke kālā no nā loina. Kakou e imi i ka loa hoʻokaʻawale i ka noiʻi a me ka hoʻonaʻauao, a me ua hana maikaʻi loa ma na mea a pau, ao ke ano o ka hoʻonaʻauao 'ana a me ka EYI o ka ike. Ko kakou noiʻi, a me ka hoʻokuʻu 'aloha ia kela continent. Makou, ua haʻaheo e lilo i hoʻonohonoho 'atikala kaiāulu i Hōʻike' o ka 'iʻini o ka hana' ike loea mai a puni ke ao nei. Makou paipai kanaka komo, hoomaopopo ana i ka hoʻonaʻauao e kokoke ana i loko o ka haumāna, nā limahana a me nā poʻei ka waiwai o ka me kēia, a me ka pono'ī mākau e hoʻoulu.
Durham University (koi ka University o Durham) is a collegiate public research university in Durham, North EastʻEnelani, me ka lua o ka pā kula i loko o Nearby Stockton-ma-Tees. Mea, ua hookumuia ia ma ke Kanawai o ka hale kanawai, ma 1832 a ua haawi mai ia i Royalʻo Samuel M. ma 1837. He kekahi o nā kulanui mua e hoomaka tuition maʻEnelani, no oi aku mamua o 600 makahiki a me na koi e lilo i ke kolu kahiko kulanui maʻEnelani (ka mea e hana ia mea i ka hiku paha walu kahiko loa iloko o ka UK), although this is disputed. The Durham University estate includes 63 i helu 'ia na hale, HEN, mai ka 11th-kenekulia Durham Castle i ka 1930s Art Deco Chapel. Ke kulanui nō hoʻi nona, a hooponopono iho i ka Durham World'āina hoʻoili Site i hui me Durham Hale Pule Nui. O ke kulanui ka ona o ka World hooilina Site nā Durham Castle, Palace Green, a me ka puni hale e like me ka mea Ewa, Cosin ka Library.
Ka luna'aha'ōlelo o ke Kulanui o Sir Thomas Allen, who succeeded Bill Bryson in January 2012. As a collegiate university, kona papa kuhikuhi hana i puunaueiaʻi kona aina iwaena nā hana i na oihana a pau o ke kulanui, a me 16 kekahi hapa o. Laulaha, na oihana hana noiʻi, ae hoomakaukau haʻi'ōlelo no nā haumāna, oiai o na kula nui, he kuleana no ka lulu hoʻoponopono, a me ka pomaikai o ka haumāna puka, puka haumāna, kia-doctoral noiʻi, a me kekahi mau kulanui kookoo. The university is a member of theRussell Group of leading UK universities after previously being a member of the 1994 Group. Durham, ua hoi i pili i kekahi mau kulanui hui e like me ka Research hui, a me ka Matariki Panel o ke kulanui a N8.
Ke kulanui neiʻo ke koko, 5th 6th i ka Mea 'Ano Hou lahui berita papa o nā kulanui Pelekāne, a ma luna o ka piko 100 i elua o ka nui global papa ekolu (ike lalo). I ka olelo o ka awelika UCAS kumu o ka hou entrants ma 2014, Durham hookūlana 4th me ka awelika entrant amassing 524 UCAS points. “Loihi hoʻokumu e like me ka mea alakai kekahi papa hana i Oxford, a Cambridge“, ke kulanui,ʻo “He pili kēia waena papa haumāna kino” wahi a Na Times ke Maikaʻi University Aʻo. i 2014, Durham had the fifth highest proportion of privately educated students at 36.6%. i 2013, Durham, ua hookolokoloia e loaa i ka pono o nā haumāna ma ke ola ma ka aina, ma ka inaugural Lloyds Bank loipālākiō, a i ole (i loko o 2015) i mai loko mai o ka luna ekolu, e hele mai i loko o ke kolu ma 2014 and second in 2015. The university was Sunday Times University of the Year for 2005, no hoi ana i ka shortlist no ka 2004 a 2016 hoʻolilo 'ia', and the Times and Sunday Times Sports University of the Year for 2015.
Hawaii a me emeritus me na¯ komo 14 Hoa o ka Royal Society, 17 Hoa o ka Beritania Academy, 14 Hoa o theAcademy o Social Sciences, 5 Hoa o ka Royal Society o Edinburgh, 2 Hoa o ka Royal Society o Arts a 2 Fellows of theAcademy of Medical Sciences. Durham graduates have long used the Latin post-nominal letters Dunelm mahope iho o ko lakou mau degere, maiDurham (a, no, ole mai Durham)
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Applied Social Sciences, School o
- Community and Youth Work
- Social hana
- Biological & Biomedical Sciences
- Business School
- Classics a me na kahiko Mōʻaukala
- honua Sciences
- Engineering and Computing Sciences, School o
- English Language Centre
- English Studies
- Foundation Centre
- He Hoikehonua
- Government & International Affairs
- Law School
- makemakika Sciences
- Medicine, Pharmacy and Health, School o
- kēia 'Ōlelo & hana 'ike loea, School o
- ke kālaikūlohea
- Theology & hoomana
After the Dark Ages in Europe, the 7th Century saw a flowering of thought and culture in the North East of England. Bede – haku mele, scientist, historian and the greatest European scholar of the 7th century – is buried in Durham, as is St Cuthbert, who established ‘English’ Christianity from its Celtic and Roman roots. The Lindisfarne Gospels, ‘one of the great landmarks of human cultural achievement’, were produced nearby and resided in Durham with the body of St Cuthbert until the 16th century when they were removed to London – our ‘Gospel Book’ is returning to Durham in 2013. The ‘Cuthbert Community’ became one of the richest in Europe, with lands extending from the Tyne to the Tees and beyond. This scholarly, monastic community was a precursor of the modern University tradition which spread across Europe and around the world. Durham’s 11th century Norman Cathedral was built between 1096 a 1130 and is one of the world’s truly great buildings. Durham Castle, now part of the University, dates from 1072 and was the seat of the all-powerful Prince-Bishops who wielded secular and religious power over much of the North of England, with their own armies, system of taxation and coinage – until the end of the Prince-Bishopric in 1832 Durham was effectively a state within a state.
Durham became one of England’s leading centres of medieval scholarship, along with Oxford and Cambridge. nō, three Colleges – now part of Oxford University – were founded from Durham (University College and Balliol College, a ma 1286 Durham College was run from Durham to train scholars for Durham for 300 years until it became incorporated into the University of Oxford as Trinity College). Henry VIII and Oliver Cromwell’s attempts to formally establish a University for the North in Durham were subsumed by politics and North-South rivalries, and it was not until 1832, as the Prince-Bishopric declined lost his powers, was Durham finally endowed with the Castle and lands and granted degree awarding powers by the king as England’s third University. Durham University is the inheritor of a continuous line of learning and scholarship dating from Bede and Cuthbert to the present day.
Durham has always been a modern, forward-looking University. With a medieval World Heritage Site at our heart, our new buildings continue the tradition of important and innovative architecture. Durham was one of the first universities to admit women on an equal footing to men (1890), to establish medical training (1834) and the first to award Civil and Mining Engineering degrees to meet regional and national needs during the industrial revolution (1838). Durham led in the development of science and established one of the earliest observatories in England. Durham University was based in two cities for over 100 makahiki, its medical school at King’s College and other Colleges in Newcastle becoming the new and independent University of Newcastle in 1963. Durham was also the first University to establish overseas campuses a century before the concept was reinvented: in Barbados in 1875 and Sierra Leone in 1876. i 1992 the University established a significant presence at our Queen’s Campus in the heart of Tees Valley, reinitiating medical teaching and breaking disciplinary boundaries to enhance public health and social well being.
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