- University of Leipzig
University of Leipzig
University of Leipzig e hiwere na 1409 -eme ka ọ otu n'ime ndị mbụ mahadum na Germany. Ọ bụ ihe na interdisciplinary, mba keukwu mahadum.
On ya oké ọchịchọ ụzọ ịghọ a European n'elu-larịị mahadum na mba dị oche nke nnyocha na-amụta na-eto eto ndị ọkà mmụta University of Leipzig adọrọ on ọtụtụ ihe nso nke isiokwu ebe. Ịgafe ókè nke omenala agụmakwụkwọ ọzụzụ, mba mmekota, IZIRỊTA na-abụghị mahadum nnyocha institutes na azụmahịa na-adịghị nnọọ omenala nke University ma na-ndabere nke ya agụmakwụkwọ kacha mma.
University of Leipzig mejupụtara 14 ezi ikike iche na 128 institutes. 35,000 mmadụ research, akụzi ma na amụ na mahadum na ihe karịrị 4,300 mmadụ na-arụrụ ọrụ na Mahadum Hospital of Leipzig. The mahadum awa 136 ọmụmụ nke ọmụmụ na 2009/10 oyi ọkara afọ agụmakwụkwọ. 5,686 doctoral-aga ime na-aha na Mankeumman (2,439 na ọgwụ), 631 nke onye na-debara aha 20 ahaziri gụsịrị akwụkwọ ọzụzụ omume (dị ka kwa na njedebe nke 2009). The nnyocha nwere na Leipzig na-e wusiri ike site 20 -abụghị mahadum nnyocha oru na ise ndị ọzọ mahadum.
Dị ka a mahadum nke mikpuru onwe ha n'ọdịnala, University of Leipzighas mgbe niile-esikwu ike mgbe abụrụ si sie ike ikwu n'ụzọ. The adọ mgbe Berlin Wall dara 1989 e-adịkwaghị a fọrọ nke nta ka zuru ezu nhazigharị nke Humanities na-elekọta mmadụ na sayensị mgbe ndụ sayensị na eke na sayensị na-emegharị ka ọhụrụ accents ke nnyocha na izi. The isi nchèghari nke ya owuwu na ọmụmụ nke ọmụmụ na-achọkwa na ohere iji kwalite interdisciplinary mmekota si mmalite na-uru nke ịda synergies.
University of Leipzig ka ọ nọdụ ka ndị kasị mma mahadum na New Laender na otu n'elu 25 na Germany nke-anọ consecutive afọ (site Shanghai ọkwa).
Obodo Leipzig bụ a ọtụtụ narị afọ trading center nakwa dị ka ndị ọkà mmụta na omenala n'etiti ahụ nke nwere nketa nke International mmekọahụ, cosmopolitan àgwà na-azụlite omenala na ndidi. The isi atụmatụ nke Leipzig na University bụ a ala-nke na-art akụrụngwa na mara mma gburugburu ebe ihe nile bụ nanị otu nzọụkwụ pụọ. Otu nnyocha e mere nke European Commission na-egosi na Leipzig dị n'etiti ndikom atọ nnukwu obodo na Europe ebe ndụ bụ ihe kasị ụtọ obibi mgbe New York Times na-akpọ ya otu n'ime ndị top iri ebe.
Schools / Colleges / Departments / ọmụmụ / ikike iche
- Faculty of Theology
- Faculty of Iwu
- Faculty of History, Art and Oriental Studies
- Faculty of Philology
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Social Sciences and Philosophy
- Faculty of Economics na Management (including Civil Engineering)
- Faculty of Sports Science
- Faculty of Medicine (with a University Hospital)
- Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
- Faculty of Biosciences, Pharmacy and Psychology
- Faculty of Physics and Earth Science
- Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy
- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Universität Leipzig is founded by masters and scholars from Prague
Leipzig Debate at Pleissenburg Castle. The dispute between orthodox theologian Johannes Eck and reformers Luther, Karlstadt and Melanchthon
marks the nascent break between Rome and the Lutherans
With the establishment of the Lutheran Reformation in Albertine Saxony, particularly after 1543, a new period of university history begins. The work of rector Caspar Borner und respected humanist Joachim Camerarius in the
intervening years are tantamount to refounding the university
Establishment of a university library, mainly from monastic holdings
Duke Moritz of Saxony transfers the former Dominican monastery to the university where it is renamed the “Collegium Paulinum.” This along with other material support makes Leipzig one of the richest universities in the Old Reich
The first scholarly journal in Germany, Acta Eruditorum, is published in the
trade-fair city. Numerous subsequent periodicals strengthen Leipzig‘s
position as the book-trading capital of Central Europe
The first full professor for obstetrics, Johann Christoph Gottfried Jörg, becomes
director of a delivery school (“Trier Institute”) which later develops into the university‘s gynaecological hospital
The Institute of Experimental Psychology – the first in the world – is opened by Wilhelm Wundt
Inauguration of the new Augusteum designed by Arwed Rossbach
Women are finally admitted as students – a relatively late development in Leipzig – after being allowed to audit classes as early as 1870
First chair of brain research in Germany
Heisenberg is awarded the 1932 Nobel Prize in Physics (announced in 1933), in particular for the “creation of quantum mechanics and its applications”
The ill-fated reorganization of the university body into a system of allegiance by the Nazi Party dictatorship paralyzes free thinking and intellectual life. prọfesọ, students and university employees are dismissed, persecuted, imprisoned or killed for political or racial reasons. The Second World War brings mass death and destruction to Leipzig. Sixty percent of the university
is destroyed, professors and students perish in the air war or on the front, and Leipzig loses its international contacts. Out of 103 university buildings only 16 are undamaged at the end of the war. Eighty-seven are completely destroyed or no longer usable.
The university is reopened 1946 at the former cinema “Capitol”
As a symbol of the new ideological orientation of science and scholarship in
the GDR, the ruling SED party renames Universität Leipzig “Karl-Marx-Universität contrary to tradition, the university has a designation imposed from above
The Augusteum and – after surviving the war fully intact – St. Paul‘s university church are demolished on orders from the SED regime. The Leipzig City Council votes to rebuild the university. A competition is announced in the spring of 1968, but no first prize is awarded. Native Leipziger and head of state Walter Ulbricht (1893-1973) favours adopting basic elements from the third-place design of Gerhard Henselmann. The university highrise, rectorate, eri, seminar and lecture buildings are completed by the mid-1970‘s
Political developments and street protests for more 1989 freedom and civil rights are joined in Leipzig by many university members. Political demands and intense debates soon arise within the university. Reform councils meet and discuss the university‘s future orientation. Students found a democratically legitimate student union
After the fall of the Wall and German reunification, the university once again assumes its traditional designation: Universität Leipzig
A ceremony on December 2nd marks the refounding of institutes eliminated by the 3rd Higher Education Reform of 1968 and the university returns to its classic structure of faculties and institutes. A ngụkọta nke 14 faculties are founded by 1994, some of which never existed at the university before. The venerable
Faculty of Agriculture is closed, Otú ọ dị
ebe ọ bụ na 2001
The Free State of Saxony, in cooperation with the university and the City of Leipzig, announces an EU-wide competition to redesign the urban campus
on Augustusplatz. The design of architects behet + bondzio from Münster is selected by the jury. In another Europe-wide architectural competition to rebuild the university auditorium and church, the contract is awarded to Dutch fi rm erick van egeraat associated architects, Rotterdam. Construction work on the new university campus begins in July 2005 when the foundation stone is laid for the new cafeteria. The first phase of construction includes the new cafeteria and reconstruction of the old lecture hall. na October 2008, the topping-out ceremony for the Paulinum is celebrated and the institute building on Grimmaische Strasse is handed over to the university. Campus buildings are gradually ready for use for the summer semester of 2009. The official ceremony marking the university’s 600 year existence takes place at the
Paulinum on December 2, 2009
600-year anniversary celebration and opening of the new campus in the
heart of the city
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