- Charles Darwin Ollscoil
Charles Darwin Ollscoil
Charles Darwin Ollscoil (CDU) Is ollscoil poiblí hAstráile le thart 22,083 scoláirí ar 2011. Bunaíodh é i 2003 after the merger of Northern Territory University (NTU) de Darwin, an Scoil Menzies Taighde Sláinte agus Centralian Coláiste na Alice Springs agus ainmníodh é tar éis Charles Darwin, an naturalist ceiliúradh Béarla.
Tá sé ina bhall den ghrúpa 7 Innovative Research Universities in Australia. CDU has campuses in the Darwin suburb ofCasuarina, gcathair na Palmerston, agus bailte Alice Springs, Katherine agus Nhulunbuy, with smaller training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek agus Yulara. Osclaíodh Campas Waterfront nua 2015 sa CBD Darwin ina bhfuil an Scoil Ghnó.
Tugann an Ollscoil réimse leathan céimeanna Ardoideachais agus Gairmoideachais agus Cúrsaí oiliúna le roghanna staidéir solúbtha, lena n-áirítear páirtaimseartha, seachtracha agus ar líne.
De réir 2015 Beidh Charles Darwin Ollscoil tar éis fás ar a bhonn na mac léinn ag 50 faoin gcéad. Beidh sé a cáil as a chur chuige tosaigh don oideachas, taighde agus rannpháirtíocht pobail in réigiúnacha agus iargúlta na hAstráile, agus an réigiún ina iomláine.
Díreoidh sé freisin ar na tosaíochtaí an réigiúin ó thaobh a gcláir oideachais agus iniúchadh teorainneacha an eolais.
Le fócas ar chaighdeán ard, solúbtha oideachais áitiúla agus fad, Beidh CDU ar fáil don fhoghlaim scoláirí, an réigiúin agus an náisiúin a cheangal ar aird céimithe nuálaíocha a thagann le chéile go héifeachtach na dúshláin a bhaineann le casta, dhomhan atá ag athrú.
Mar sholáthróir oideachais il-earnála sainiúil, Beidh an Ollscoil a bheith aitheanta mar cheannaire i tacaíocht do mhic léinn agus soláthar cosáin ó gairmoiliúint dtí chéimeanna taighde chun cinn.
Beidh sé a bhaint amach rannpháirtíocht mhéadaithe na mac léinn, go háirithe i measc grúpaí oideachais mhíbhuntáiste, trí chur chuige traidisiúnta agus neamhthraidisiúnta i leith seachadadh oideachais agus, lena linn sin, tiocfaidh sé le chéile go héifeachtach ar riachtanais na mac léinn Dúchasacha a bheith ina n-rogha ollscoile.
láidreachtaí taighde Bunaíodh an hOllscoile i trópaiceach, Beidh Desert agus eolas dúchasach a bheith ina acmhainn náisiúnta agus idirnáisiúnta, oscailte do chomhoibriú agus atá feistithe le réitigh ar fhadhbanna casta na áitiúil, tábhacht náisiúnta agus idirnáisiúnta.
Beidh CDU ina institiúid treasach réigiúnach dinimiciúil agus láidir a bheidh a bheith brionnaithe láidir, comhpháirtíochtaí tairbheach frithpháirteach le hinstitiúidí tábhachtacha eile, rialtas agus an pobal.
Beidh sé freastal ar riachtanais an tionscail agus na gairmeacha ar lucht oibre oilte agus beidh ceannaireacht chun cinn an intleachtúla a áirithiú ar, gairmiúla, sóisialta, folláine cultúrtha agus comhshaoil an Críoch an Tuaiscirt.
Beidh an fhoireann a aithint do, agus tacaíocht, bhaint amach spriocanna na hOllscoile. I ngach réimse den iarracht beidh sé seo Ollscoil na caighdeáin is airde gairmiúlachta, éifeachtúlacht agus cuntasacht chun a éifeachtacht a uasmhéadú agus an luach a chuireann áirithiú leis an réigiún ina bhfeidhmíonn sé.
Scoileanna / Coláistí / Ranna / Cúrsaí / dámha
Dámh na hInnealtóireachta, Sláinte, Science and the Environment
- School of Engineering and Information Technology
- Scoil na Timpeallachta
- Scoil na Sláinte
- School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences
Dámh an Dlí, oideachas, Business and Arts
- School of Academic Language and Learning
- CDU Business School
- School of Creative Arts and Humanities
- Scoil an Oideachais
- Scoil Dlí
- School of Indigenous Knowledges and Public Policy
Faculty of Vocational Education and Training
- School of Service Industries
- School of Primary Industries
- School of Trades
- Scoil na Sláinte, Community and Children’s Services
Charles Darwin University has evolved over the years through the merging of several higher education institutions.
Darwin Community College, a bunaíodh sa bhliain 1974 and renamed Darwin Institute of Technology in 1984, was a combined College of Advanced Education and a TAFE College. It was situated on what is now the Casuarina Campus, although it used other buildings at various times in Darwin. By the time of the formation of the Northern Territory University, it gave degrees in Arts, oideachas, Business and Applied Science.
The Menzies School of Health Research was established in 1985 as a body corporate of the Northern Territory Government under the Menzies Act 1985. This Act was amended in 2004 to formalise the relationship with Charles Darwin University (CDU). Menzies is now a major partner of CDU and constitutes a school within the University on campus at CDU Casuarina offering post-graduate degrees and higher degrees by research.
On several occasions the Government of the Northern Territory requested the Australian Commonwealth Government to finance a university in the Territory. The response was always that the population was too small. in 1985, it took the unusual step of financing the University College of the Northern Territory itself for a five-year period from 1987 chun 1991. The college was governed by a Council, chaired by Austin Asche and led by a Warden, Professor Jim Thomson, from the University of Queensland. An arrangement was made with the University of Queensland that the College would awards degrees from that institution. Staff were recruited in 1986 and housed in the old Darwin Primary School buildings. Just prior to taking the first students in February 1987, the College moved to converted building of the former Darwin Hospital at Myilly Point in Darwin. The former Nurses’ Hostel became a student residence, named International House. The College had two Faculties, of Arts and Science. It awarded, through the University of Queensland link, the first Doctor of Philosophy degrees in the Northern Territory.
Centralian College was founded in 1993 from the merger of Sadadeen Senior Secondary College and the Alice Springs College of TAFE. During its life, the college delivered senior secondary, TAFE and Higher Education through its main campus in Alice Springs, and to a lesser extent the whole Northern Territory. Centralian College is a co-educational senior secondary school, for students from Year 10 to Year 12. Centralian College shares its campus with the Charles Darwin University campus of Alice Springs. Centralian College uses the university’s facilities and students attending Centralian College can participate in VET courses (as early as Year 10) offered by CDU.
The Northern Territory University (NTU) was founded in January 1989 by a merger of the Darwin Institute of Technology and the University College of the Northern Territory. The merger was controversial, but forced by the so-called Dawkins Revolution under Federal Minister of Education John Dawkins. The new university started life on 1 eanáir 1989. Degrees of the University of Queensland continued to be awarded for a few years.
The first Vice-Chancellor was Professor Malcolm Nairn from Murdoch University in Western Australia. Under his leadership the university prospered and morale was high among both staff and students. However funding declined as student numbers rose. During his term of office the various study centres on the Territory, that previously had been run directly by the NT Government, became part of the University. The Palmerston campus, for a few years previously a TAFE College, also became part of the university. The Palmerston campus is situated on University Avenue as this was the proposed site for a new university in a submission to the Federal Government in 1981.
The second Vice-Chancellor was Professor Roger Holmes from Griffith University. After an initial excellent start to his period of office, he disappointed the university and local community by resigning after serving for only one semester to take up the post of Vice-Chancellor at University of Newcastle.
He was replaced as third Vice-Chancellor by the then Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ron McKay. Under his leadership, the financial constraints on the university increased. The environment of having to provide as wide as possible a tertiary education to a small population living in a very large area far from alternative institutions became even more hostile and the university did not prosper. i mí Eanáir 2001, the Katherine Rural College, including Mataranka Station, became part of the university.
After McKay’s resignation due to ill health in 2002, an interim Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ken McKinnon, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wollongong was appointed. He took various actions to improve the health of the university, some controversial, such as the proposal to merge with Centralian College with a new name for the university.
ar 21 Lúnasa 2003, the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly passed the Charles Darwin University Act 2003 (NT), merging Alice Springs’ Centralian College and the Menzies School of Health Research with the Northern Territory University to form Charles Darwin University from 1 eanáir 2004. The inaugural university council meeting was held on 26 samhain 2003.
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