- kulanui o
- University o Leeds
University o Leeds
I ka ikaika o ko kakou kālaiʻike mākaukau hui me ka laulā o ka hoʻopaʻi 'ana kakou uhi, 'oi aku ka waiwai o na kūpono, a i maoli hopena ma luna o ke ao nei i ka moʻomeheu, hoʻokele waiwai a me ka kānāwai aoao.
Ke Kulanui o Leeds paio e hoʻokō kālaiʻike maikaʻi i loko o ka ethical? aieao i haiiaʻe ia lakou e ko kakou aiee o ka pono,, like a me ka inclusion, kaiaulu a me ka professionalism.
Ko makou aiee o ka professionalism, inclusiveness, pono a me ka kaiaulu hoi ma ka naau o ka kakou hana a pau. maopopo nei makou i ka mea a kakou e hana ke loaa ka hopena ma ke kaiaulu wider, oia no ke aha la kakou i ko kakou nohona, aneiai a? aneie kuleana seriously.
Makou hooikaika iho e komo kēia mau mea a pau i loko o ke Kulanui, ua hana 'ano, me ka hanohano a me ka mahalo; i ka manawa kūpono a mākou e hāʻawi ua hamama i na mea a pau; a me ka mea e hoʻolako i ke Kulanui me ka palekana, hope a me ka maʻi 'ia.
E like me ka lahui noiʻi-alakai University, Leeds paio e hele ma o aku o ko makou pono hana, e hana i ka maikaʻi nā papa hana no ko makou holoholona ano kaiāulu o limahana haumāna, a me.
Ke Kulanui hana paakiki ka hoʻokō 'aoʻao kūlike a kākoʻo i ka' oihana kūpono 'ana o na wahine loea hana ana ma ka traditionally kane-Kīwala'ō nā mahinaʻai o ka' epekema, hana 'enekinia, a me ka' ike loea hou. Ke Kulanui hana hou kona Athena Swan, he keleawe ia nā kumu kāki i loko o November 2012, eha anei i oihana paʻa Athena noketura hoʻolilo 'ia', a me na mea a pau i pili faculties a me na kula e hana i ka pepa ke keleawe a me ke kala Awards:.
Leeds, ua hana 'ia i kāna i na haumana brightest a me ka pono o ka nānā' ole kāʻei kua, a me ko makou hiki no poʻokela, a me ke kōkua o ke Leeds (A2L) papahana, ua ki hapa o ko kakou ka hookipaia berita, a me Educationʻano papa kōnane. Makou ua aʻoʻia hoʻi i ke kōkua o kou akamai, e ike i ka pono oʻia oʻo haumāna.
Ua ulu makou i kekahi kuleana kou akamai hoʻomōhala i eha kāna mau 'ōlelo themes:
- ulu ka ike a me ka 'auhau
- being a positive partner in society
- 'ō a ko kakou mau hooponopono
- ulu i ka hana hui
Keʻano o ka hanaʻana i loko o kahi e hōʻoia i kuleana, ua i loko iho i loko o ko mākou hoʻoholo hana me ka lawelawe, yeieiai-a-yeiiiie? ciia noonoo i loko o ko mākou loaʻa 'ana, a me na mea a pau o ko makou nui Aey? acaeoey a me nā waihona kālā.
Makou paipai makou nä haumäna e komo i kuleana ma o keu-curricular hana, a ma ka pā kula, ua ulu makou i ko makou hoʻolilo eo hui-Aʻo mea hānai māla, e kuhikuhi ana edible kanu, wildflower? eou a me ka noiʻi pods e hana i kekahi wa e hamama ana ke koʻokoʻo, haumāna, a me nā kaiāulu kūloko.
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Arts (Pelekania; mō'aukala; Humanities; Institute for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies; Leeds Humanities Research Institute; Institute for Medieval Studies; School of Languages, Cultures and Societies;)
- liluwelo Sciences (Institute of Membrane and Systems Biology; Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology; Institute of Integrative and Comparative Biology; Undergraduate School of Biological Sciences; Graduate School of Biological Sciences)
- Business (Helu mahina, a me Waiwai,; ? aneia iainiiaaiea; International Business; Management; ke kūʻai akuʻana; Work and Employment Relations)
- Education, Social Sciences and Law (Education; Law; Kālai'āina a me ka International Haʻawina; Sociology a SocialʻIkepili Pilikino; Hopu School)
- ka hana 'enekinia (Chemical and Process Engineering; Kanawai 'enekinia,; Me; Electronic and Electrical Engineering; Mechanical 'enekinia,)
- 'ia (School of Earth and Environment; School of Geography; Institute for Transport Studies)
- Makemakika, a me Helu Sciences (kemika; School of Food Science and Nutrition; makemakika; Physics a me ka Lewanuʻu)
- Medicine a me Health (Leeds Dental Institute; School of Healthcare; School of Medicine; Leeds Institute of Genetics, Health and Therapeutics; Leeds Institute of Health Sciences; Leeds Institute of Medical Education; Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine; Institute of Psychological Sciences)
- Performance, Visual Arts and Communications (Institute of Communications Studies; Design; School of Fine Art, Mōʻaukala o ka Art & Pili I Ka Haʻawina; Music; Performance and Cultural Industries; Hopu School)
The University of Leeds was founded in 1904, but its origins go back to the nineteenth century with the founding of the Leeds School of Medicine in 1831 and then the Yorkshire College of Science in 1874.
i 1831 a group of young men established the Leeds School of Medicine which meant that medical students no longer had to go to Scotland, London or overseas to study.
The Yorkshire College of Science was founded around 40 years later largely as a result of concerns by the wool and textile industries that the rapid development of new technologies in Europe posed a threat to the local cloth trade.
For the sons of local families, it was one of the first colleges for students of all faiths and backgrounds. The College supported the values of the recently established University College, London and Owens College in Manchester. These had been set up to challenge the exclusivity of Oxford and Cambridge universities, which were predominantly for the Anglican aristocracy and gentry.
By contrast, this new generation of learning institutions welcomed all religions, including Dissenters, Catholics, Jews and agnostics. Kahi mea hou aʻe, they placed particular emphasis on meeting the technological demands of the fast-changing Victorian era. Mai ka outset, the College, particularly, put its full weight behind scientific studies.
After a few years, classics, modern literature and history were added to the science subjects being offered and the Yorkshire College of Science became simply the Yorkshire College.
i 1884, the College combined with the School of Medicine and three years later the two Leeds-based institutions joined forces with Owens College Manchester, and University College Liverpool, to become the federal Victoria University.
It wasn’t long, nae, before each of the cities started to consider the benefits of forming their own universities. After Manchester and Liverpool had taken the decision to establish universities, Leeds also took the leap and in 1904, King Edward VII granted the University its own Charter as an independent institution.
Within three or four years the number of students began to increase rapidly and changes to state education meant that students were arriving with a better educational foundation. The ten years to the outbreak of war in 1914 were ones of growth and consolidation. Most importantly, the new University started to develop a strong tradition of research.
Unlike Owens College Manchester, the Yorkshire College had always permitted women as students. Eia naʻe, they did not enrol in significant numbers until special facilities were provided at the Day Training College in 1896. The first women graduated from the University of Leeds in 1905.
At the time that the Yorkshire College received its Royal Charter, seven out of eight students came from Yorkshire. Now, the University of Leeds not only welcomes students from all over the United Kingdom, its reputation worldwide makes it a truly multi-cultural and international institution with students and staff from over 100 countries studying and working on campus.
Makemake ʻoe discuss University of Leeds ? ninaninau hou, pākuʻi a hōʻike manaʻo
Kaʻana i keia mau mea kōkua 'īpuka komo i ko oukou mau hoaaloha
Join to discuss of University of Leeds.
E 'ana i kumumanaʻo: EducationBro Magazine haawi mai ia oukou akamai i ka heluhelu 'īpuka komo e pili ana i kulanui i 96 'ōlelo, aka, makou noi aku ia oukou e mahalo i kekahi lala, a waiho pākuʻi ma English.