- University of Freiburg
University of Freiburg
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cov University of Freiburg , officially lub Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg is a public research university located in Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Wurttemberg, Lub teb chaws Yelemees.
Lub tsev kawm ntawv twb nrhiav tau nyob rau hauv 1457 los ntawm lub Habsburg dynasty li lub thib ob lub tsev kawm ntawv nyob rau hauv Austrian-Habsburg chaw uas zoo heev tom qab lub tsev kawm ntawv ntawm Vienna. Niaj hnub no, Freiburg yog lub thib tsib-hiob tsev kawm ntawv nyob rau hauv lub teb chaws Yelemees, nrog ib tug ntev kev lig kev cai ntawm kev qhia cov humanities, social sciences thiab tej yam ntuj tso sciences. Lub tsev kawm ntawv no yog ua los ntawm 11 faculties thiab attracts me nyuam kawm ntawv los ntawm thoob plaws lub teb chaws Yelemees raws li zoo raws li ntawm tshaj 120 lwm lub teb chaws. Txawv teb chaws cov tub ntxhais kawm roos txog 16% ntawm tag nrho cov tub ntxhais kawm ntawv tus xov tooj.
Muaj npe raws li ib tug ntawm cov neeg tseem ceeb universities ntawm lub teb chaws Yelemees los ntawm kev kawm ntawv, nom tswv cov neeg sawv cev thiab cov xov xwm, the University of Freiburg stands amongst Europe’s top research and teaching institutions. With its long-standing reputation of excellence, lub tsev kawm ntawv zoo ob mus rau lub yav dhau los, kom muaj nws historic kev kawm thiab kev cai cuab yeej cuab tam, thiab mus rau lub neej yav tom ntej, developing new methods and opportunities to meet the needs of a changing world. The University of Freiburg has been home to some of the greatest minds of the Western tradition, xws li xws eminent nuj nqis raws li Martin Heidegger, Hannah Arendt, Rudolf Carnap, David Daube, Johann Eck, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Friedrich Hayek, Edmund Husserl, Friedrich Meinecke, thiab Max Weber. Nyob rau hauv tas li ntawd, 19 Nobel laureates yog affiliated nrog lub tsev kawm ntawv ntawm Freiburg thiab 15 kev kawm ntawv tau raug sam xeeb nrog lub siab tshaj plaws German tshawb fawb nqi zog, lub Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz nqi zog, thaum ua hauj lwm nyob rau University of Freiburg.
Cov tsev kawm ntawv / tsev kawm ntawv qib / departments / Cov Hoob / faculties
On the top floor of university building I there is still a monument for students and employees of the university who were among the victims of the two world wars. In the heart of the same building, in the main foyer, the university erected a memorial nyob rau hauv 2005 to commemorate the almost 400 known employees and students of the University of Freiburg who suffered death, banishment, or severe discrimination under the National Socialist regime. Txawm li cas los, many other victims remain unnamed: Nyob 1500 persons were assigned to forced labor at the medical center, where there is also evidence of criminal medical interventions. The university followed the orders of the National Socialists, at times even with conviction. Martin Heidegger’s appointment as rector of the university in 1933, Piv txwv, was celebrated as a “takeover.” Heidegger did not comment on his role as rector of the university until his death in 1976.
Several of Freiburg’s professors, including Walter Eucken, as well as their wives, were members of the opposition.
Along with the entire inner city of Freiburg, all university buildings were heavily damaged or destroyed in 1945. The university was able to save 75% of the materials from the flames, mostly books. By the fall of the same year, the French occupation authorities had already granted their approval for the reconstruction and reopening of the University of Freiburg. Before matriculating, each student had to put in 100 hours of manual labor to help with thereconstruction efforts.
Kom txog rau thaum 1949 denazification procedures were carried out for all university employees, but no more than ten years later almost all who had been fired were again working at the university. With the advent of the Cold War, an anti-communist stance was evidently regarded as more important than one’s behavior during the National Socialist era. The university experienced a boom in these years: Nyob rau hauv 1957, on the University of Freiburg’s 500th anniversary, a new constitution was approved. The reconstruction was almost completed by this time, ground had been broken for new buildings like university building II, and the university now had a total of 10,000 cov tub ntxhais kawm.
Not until 1968, when the student protests in Berlin and Frankfurt reached Freiburg, was the generation which had remained in power without interruption since the war called into question. The students’ battle cry was: “Unter den Talaren, Muff von tausend Jahren” (“Under the gowns, the stench of a thousand years”). The students demanded ademocratization of the universities, holding strikes and teach-ins and handing out flyers to support their cause. The student protests initiated a cultural transformation.
The following decades saw the expansion of the Faculty of Medicine and the natural sciences. Nyob rau hauv 1995, the Faculty of Engineering was established, further expanding the spectrum of disciplines offered at the university. By the end of the century, there were already 20,000 matriculated students at the University of Freiburg. Instruction and research were profiting from international exchange and enjoyed an excellent reputation abroad. This could be seen in the increasing number of international students and junior researchers who came to Freiburg to acquire further qualifications.
The University of Freiburg was among the winners of the nationwide “Excellent Teaching” competition in 2009. Organized by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs and the Stifterverband for German Science and Research, the competition recognizes innovative instructional concepts.
cov State Teaching Award, conferred yearly for already implemented instructional concepts at higher education institutions in Baden-Württemberg, has also gone regularly to lecturers at the University of Freiburg since it was first organized in 1993.
All of these accolades and the funding they produce contribute to the University of Freiburg’s goal of maintaining a competitive edge in the German higher education landscape.
Nyob rau hauv 2007 the University of Freiburg celebrated its 550-year anniversary muaj ntau tshaj li 300 public events. Several projects which will shape the further development of the university were launched during the festivities.
Nyob rau hauv 2007 the university opened the Uniseum, a museum documenting the university’s history and a forum for events, raws li zoo raws li lub UniShop.
The board of trustees of the 2007 anniversary celebration established the “New University Endowment.” It is designed to provide funding for endowed professorships, international visiting lecturers, and scholarships for outstanding students.
Thaum kawg, nyob rau hauv 2007 the University of Freiburg also held its first Innovation and Dialog Workshop. The workshops now bring experts from the university and external institutions together about once a year, for instance to develop a modern concept for the university or a vision for 2030.
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