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Ke Kulanui o Newcastle (UoN), informally ike e like me Newcastle University, he'Aukekulelia Ua paʻa hookupaaia ma 1965, i kona iniiaiie ka pā kula ai ma Callaghan, he suburb o Newcastle, New South Wales. Ke kulanui nō hoʻi hana pā kula ma Ourimbah,Port Macquarie, Kēkēmapa a me ka Central hana Apana o Newcastle, a me Sydney.
Hawaiʻi, ke Kulanui o Newcastle Lapaʻau o Kula, ua hoʻokō i ka pilikia ke aʻo kahua noiʻi kaiāulu no ke undergraduateBachelor o Medicine? ia? aiiu - he ano hana ma hope mandated no ka hoʻohana ma o ka'Aukekulelia Lapaʻau 'Aha ma Australia. He paionia 'hoʻohanaʻana o ka lae pua Medicine, a me Health Sciences komo hoao (kanaka) ma ke kakahiaka 1990s. UMAT i mai, ua maliuia mai kaiāulu e okoa 'inikua kula ma Australia e like me ka hou koho ana hoʻohālike.
Ke Kulanui o Newcastle He lâlâ 'o ke kulanui a Australia, a me ka Hui i hana' ia he Collegiate Kula o Business.
i 2015 Times Higher Education hoalii mai ia i ke Kulanui o Newcastle helu 2 ma ka Australia, a me ka helu 30 ma ke ao nei no na kulanui malalo 50 makahiki o ka makahiki.
Kūkuluʻia ma luna o nā loina o ke kaulike, poʻokela a meʻano, ke Kulanui o Newcastle i ke kaulana e like me ka ao-papa kula e ka hopena i loko o kona mau māhele 'āina, ma Australia, a me kela kapa o ka poepoe honua.
Ko kakou noiʻi he ao-papa a me nā. Ko makou degere papahana, ua Âlapaʻike, a me ko kakou kūkaʻi 'ana, a me na alu like kipaku HOU. Ko kakou poʻei puka, he luna ko makou mau haumāna, a ua hoomakaukau ana e hana i ka likeʻole i loko o ke ao nei.
Makou ua hoalii mai ia ma luna o ka piko ekolu hapahaneri o na kulanui ao nei-ka laula, a me ka makou i wale wale huli 50.
Ma UoN makou manaoio i na me ka ikaika a me ka manao e ia e nānā i ka hoʻonaʻauao nui, a me ka maikaʻi loa 'oihana kūpono. Makou hana paakiki, e haawi aku i ko makou olelo o ke kula, komo a holomua ma ka hoʻonaʻauao. kela me keia makahiki, kekahi 3,000 i nä haumäna kākau inoa i loko o ko mākou ka ho'ā papa a hāʻawi i kekahi alahele no ka hoʻonaʻauao nui, a kākoʻo i kaʻike ma o ko lakou koho mahinaʻai o ka mahele.
Ua hana mahope mai o ka 1970s makou i unparallelled na makana i Indigenous ka hoʻonaʻauao ma Australia, a ua maliu aku au iā ia me kekahi o ka poe nui a me ka prolific insightful Indigenous nä haumäna e pili, kula a me na noiʻi ma o ka aina. Me ka aneane hapalua o ka Indigenous 'inikua practitioners ma'Aukekulelia ua puka' o ia mai UoN, makou i ike ua hana makou i ka unuhi i loko o na ola ana a me na kaiaulu, Ano, a ma loko o ka wā e hiki mai.
Schools / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
Nā o ka Business a me ke kānāwai
Newcastle Business School
Newcastle Law School
Faculty of Education and Arts
- School of Creative Arts
- School of Education
- School of Humanities and Social Science
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
- Kula o kuhikuhipuʻuone, a kūkulu i nā hana
- Kula o ka hana 'enekinia,
- School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Faculty of Science and Information Technology
- School o Design, Communication and Information Technology
- School of Environmental and Life Sciences
- School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
- Kula o Psychology
'āuna kumu o Health
- School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy
- School o Health Sciences
- School of Medicine and Public Health
- School o ka waiu, a me ka Midwifery
loped bushland site in Shortland. As enrolments grew, the University embarked on a major building program and redeveloped the Shortland site into the Callaghan campus, named for Sir Bede Callaghan, foundation member of the University council and chancellor from 1977 i ka 1988.
Students at the university celebrate Autonomy Day on 1 July of each year. According to unverified sources, official autonomy was marked on 1 Ianuali 1965 with a “symbolic ceremonial bonfire held at the site of the Great Hall”. This celebration is said to have been officiated by Professor Godfrey Tanner who is said to have poured wine libations onto the ground as to “sanctify the land upon which the University rests”. Since the university technically became autonomous on 1 Ianuali 1965 autonomy day should be held on 1 Ianuali. 1 July actually coincided with the New South Wales University of Technology’s autonomy from the Public Service Board’s authority on 1 Iulai 1954. According to Don Wright, students interpreted Autonomy Day as celebrating the autonomy of the University of Newcastle from the University of New South Wales. The students were entitled to give the celebration whatever meaning they chose. The fact that they called it ‘autonomy day’ heightened the students’ sense of the importance of autonomy and their need to defend it against outside interference.
i 1989, the Dawkins reforms amalgamated the Hunter Institute of Higher Education with the University of Newcastle. Newcastle Teachers College had been established in 1949 and was later renamed the Newcastle College of Advanced Education and finally the Hunter Institute of Higher Education as it had expanded its educational offerings beyond teacher education to nursing, other allied health professions, hana, and fine arts. The Hunter Institute was located in a series of buildings on land immediately adjacent to the University at Callaghan and amalgamation expanded the campus to some 140 aa. Under the reforms, the University also gained the Newcastle branch of the NSW Conservatorium of Music located in the city’s central business district.
i 1998, the university established a partnership with the Institut Wira, a Malaysian private business school. i 2002, Ian Firms, a lecturer, failed a large number of student papers from Wira for academic dishonesty, but his actions were reversed by the Newcastle administration and he was discharged. He then appealed to the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption, which made a finding of corruption against Dr Paul Ryder, a failure by Vice Chancellor Roger Holmes in the execution of his duty and recommended disciplining the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Brian English.
i 2003, the University of Newcastle, together with five other Australian universities (Macquarie, La Trobe, Flinders, Griffith and Murdoch) established Innovative Research Universities Australia (IRUA).
Forty years after obtaining autonomy, the University of Newcastle has developed a reputable position in national and international university standings; ranked in the 10–14 range of the 38 universities in Australia by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University and 215th in the world by the Times Higher Education Supplement iloko o 2007.
The university unveiled a new logo on 31 Malaki 2007 as part of a brand refresh to align the university’s image more closely with its new strategic direction.
On 11 Mei 2007, the university launched a campus at the PSB Academy’s two main campuses in Singapore. On 30 Iulai 2015, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete was the first head of state to be awarded an honorary degree (Doctor of Laws) by the university.
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