- University o Regina
University o Regina
te University o Regina Kei te te whare wānanga rangahau tūmatanui kei roto i Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. whakaturia i roto i 1911 rite te kura tiketike Denominational tūmataiti o te Ekalesia Wēteriana o Canada, it began an association with the University of Saskatchewan as a junior college in 1925, a ka disaffiliated e te Ekalesia, a tino tukua ki te Whare Wānanga i roto i 1934; i roto i 1961 i uru te reira te mana tohu-tuku rite te Campus Regina o te University o Saskatchewan. It became an autonomous university in 1974. The University of Regina has an enrollment of over 12,000 full and part-time students. The university’s student newspaper, te Carillon, is a member of CUP.
The University of Regina is well-reputed for having a focus on experiential learning and offers internships, tunga ngaio me practicums i roto i te tua ki tunga mātauranga ngātahi i roto i 41 ngā hōtaka. This experiential learning and career-preparation focus was further highlighted when, i roto i 2009 te Whare Wānanga o Regina whakarewahia te UR Guarantee Program, he whakapūmau hōtaka ahurei whai wāhi ngā ākonga i te whakarewatanga mahi angitu i muri kura i te mātauranga tapiritanga ki wheako ki te whakatutuki i motuhake mātauranga, mahi me te ora whāinga. whakaaetanga Partnership ki koporeihana karauna porowini, kua awhinatia tari kāwanatanga me corporations tūmataiti nga University o Regina ākonga e rua wahi i roto i te whai wāhitanga wheako mahi, me te awhina taonga mahi pou-ako.
Nga takoha matua me ngā kawenga o te Tari o Rauemi Whakamahere ngā:
- tuitui me te whakaū i raraunga tauanga whakamahia ao;
- tuku urupare rangahau mo o te University;
- whakarato mōhiohio whai hua, me te ine ki te tinana whakahaere o te University me ona Kotahitanga Colleges;
- āwhina i roto i te otinga o te Anga mahinga Measurement;
- e tohe mo te ōritetanga o ngā mōhiohio puta noa i te wānanga;
- te arotake i ngā rangahau whakaarohia mā te Komiti Whakahaere Ruri;
- takawaenga ki kāwanatanga porowini mō te pūtea;
- takawaenga ki schoolboards rohe mo te whakaaro o te angitu whakawhiti; a,
- e tohu ana i te University i ngā hui motu, me te ao.
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The University of Regina is a non-denominational university, which grew out of Regina College, whakaturia i roto i 1911. In direct response to the award of the University of Saskatchewan to Saskatoon rather than Regina, the Methodist Church of Canada established Regina College in 1911 on College Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan, starting with an enrollment of 27 ngā ākonga; it was adjacent to the now long-defunct St Chad’s College (a theological seminary for the training of Anglican clergy) and Qu’Appelle Diocesan School, also on College Avenue. James Henry Puntin (architect) designed several buildings on campus including: Regina Methodist College (1910); East & West Towers (1914); Ladies Residence (1914); hākinakina (1925); Power Plant (1927); Music & Arts Building (1928).”I roto i 1928, Darke Hall was built on College Avenue, [d]escribed…rite “an admirable theatre, one which few cities can rival.”
I roto i 1934 Regina College became part of the University of Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan a single, public provincial university created in 1907 was modeled on the American state university, with an emphasis on extension work and applied research. The governance was modeled on the University of Toronto Act, 1906 which established a bicameral system of university government consisting of a senate (manga), responsible for academic policy, and a board of governors (citizens) exercising exclusive control over financial policy and having formal authority in all other matters. The president, appointed by the board, was to provide a link between the 2 bodies and to perform institutional leadership. In the early part of this century, professional education expanded beyond the traditional fields of theology, ture me te rongoā. Graduate training based on the German-inspired American model of specialized course work and the completion of a research thesis was introduced.
Regina College commenced a formal association with the University of Saskatchewan as a junior college offering accredited university courses in 1925 though continuing as a denominational college of the now-United Church of Canada, the successor to the Methodist Church. Regina College continued as a Junior College until 1959, when it received full degree-granting status as a second campus of the University of Saskatchewan.
However, i roto i 1934, the United Church was financially hard pressed by the Great Depression and in any case its history from the greatEgerton Ryerson of urgent advocacy of universal free public education made its involvement in private schools anomalous. It accordingly fully surrendered Regina College to the University of Saskatchewan. Regina College and its successor Regina Campus of the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina have — possibly unawares — retained the Methodist motto “as one who serves” (Luke 22.27).
The policy of university education initiated in the 1960s responded to population pressure and the belief that higher education was a key to social justice and economic productivity for individuals and for society. I roto i 1961 the College was renamed the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus. I roto i 1974 it became the independent University of Regina.
The original United Church affiliation is, Heoi, symbolically commemorated in the convocation furniture, resumed by the university for ceremonial use from one of the last downtown United Churches, which closed in the 1990s.
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