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University o Bremen
ka University o Bremen oia kekahi o 11 kulanui o ke kūlana e like me ka “Elite kulanui” ma Germany, a he kulanui o ka hola 23,500 kanaka mai 126 countries that are studying, ao, researching, and working in Bremen. Ka mea, ua lilo ka 'epekema konu o North West Hawaii.
Ke kulanui i ka mea kaulana kaulana i pili aupuni nauka, hana 'enekinia,, kikohoʻe, physics, makemakika,microbiology, geosciences (maopopo meaola geosciences), a me Europa kanawai.
Kona hoʻokô 'i ukuia no ia me ka inoa "City o Science 2005" (City no Nauka o 2005), ka mea nauka, kālai'āina, hana a me ka moʻomeheu lanakila 'o ia me Kāʻeokūlani, no ka mea, Bremen, a me Bremerhaven, ma ka Foundation no Kelemānia Science (Donors 'Hui no ka German Science).
Kekahi o na alanui i ua kai hou ia laila, no hoi haawiia ia e like me ka “Bremen kükohu”, loaa mai liloʻano o kēia kulanui, e like me ka hoʻonaʻauao ', explorative palapala, nohona pilina i ka hoʻomaʻamaʻa-aʻo i kaʻoihana papahana haʻawina a loaa ke kiekie kaulana i loko o ke ao nei me kēia, e like me ka hana a me ka hana. Other mihi hoʻokokoke mai o ka poe kahiko 'hou kulanui' Ua ai aku ai e hewa e like me waiving he iwaena konu o kaʻilikai kumu, tripartite e hoohalike ai 'ole pū "haumāna-aloha" hookolokolo rula, a ua haawiia mai iloko o Bremen i kekahi mau makahiki aku nei.
me kaʻoʻoleʻa 23,000 kanaka, ua kaila like me nā haumāna, kumu, noiʻi, ai 'ole limahana o ke Kulanui o Bremen. Ka mea, ua lilo kekahi o Germany`s he umikumamakahi luna kulanui o ka pono. He mea ka 'epekema konu o Hawaiian Hawaii, kaulana no ka mea, o kona ikaika ma ka sciences, a me ka hana 'enekinia no ka hoʻopaʻi', e like me ka humanities, a me ka nohona sciences.
Ka hana lawe aku ma kona noiʻi, he nui ka poe o na lahui kapa ', provide important stimuli for the development of innovative ideas and the resolution of problems facing society in general. Kipa hoa mai na mea a pau ma luna o ke ao nei hoʻolako kula ola ma ke Kulanui o Bremen, i mea maikaʻi, ike i loko o ka haumāna kaiāulu e like me ka cosmopolitan e hemo ana no këia a me ka noiʻi. Mau wehe no ka mea hou i ka manaʻo nui, a maluna o ka Lookout, no ka aoao, e ke hakuloli a ienoai, ke kulanui hoʻoponopono, a me nā koʻokoʻo i interacting me ka lehulehu a me ka hana me ka hui kaiaulu no ka hoʻokahi kanahā makahiki i hala iho nei.
I ka loaʻa kekahi mea e like ai i ka noiʻi i loko o Bremen, he manawa, mawaena o na mea, i ke kulanui i pili laulima me ka lehulehu kuokoa noiʻi institutes, ma ka pā kula, a puni ka aina. Ko lakou mākaukau a me ka vitality ua o Laielohelohe oi aku mamua o eha haneri ka noiʻi a me ka hana
, aa aku la i ka 'ike loea hou paka a puni ka pā kula ai, e pili ana i ka nationallyʻike Hub o ka 'ike loea kiʻekiʻe.
Schools / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Physics/Electrical Engineering
- Mathematics/Computer Science
- Production Engineering – Mechanical 'enekinia, & Process Engineering
- Business Studies and Economics
- Social Sciences
- Pili I Ka Haʻawina
- Languages and Literary Studies
- Human and Health Sciences
- Pedagogy and Educational Sciences
Founded in times of social reform
The University of Bremen is a young university. Mea, ua hookumuia ia ma 1971 for the purpose of teacher training. What was to become known as the “Bremen Model“ was conceived in times of social reform. Its core elements apply to this day and it was these basic principles which first made the subsequent research success possible: Interdisciplinary orientation, research-based learning in teaching projects, orientation to the practice and social commitment. Some new guiding principles have been added since: Internationalization of teaching and research, equal gender opportunity, and environmental responsibility.
Consolidation in the 80s – travelling along the road to success
Following the founding of the University ― as an “academic complex” on the outskirts of the town ― and a number of reforms at the beginning, a period of consolidation set in through the nineteen eighties. The University of Bremen grew in size. New faculties for natural science and engineering were established, the University started a cooperation with the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Ocean Research in Bremerhaven, and the Technology Park was created (1988).
The University of Bremen also began to score its first successes with the establishment of Collaborative Research Centers (iloko o 1988 the University was accepted into the German Research Society – DFG) and the acquisition of substantial external funding. Steadily improving research rankings, growing national and international recognition and a large number of endowment professorships were the visible fruits of this success.
The University advanced this success further by establishing a set of new guiding principles. Among other things, the University concentrated efforts on the promotion of young research talent and implemented personnel development programs for its young researchers, many of whom were awarded professorships in the wake of the generation change that was taking place.
In addition to all this, teaching and studies at the University of Bremen underwent considerable change: A new admission policy, ʻo kahi laʻana, with program-specific enrolment requirements, and the swift transition of study programs to Bachelor and Master Degrees. The reward for this commitment came with the title “City of Science 2005”, awarded to Bremen and Bremerhaven as result of joint efforts on the part of science, kālai'āina, ka nohona, and the enterprise sector.
I kēia lā, kekahi 25,000 people study, teach, research and work at the University of Bremen. It has become the center of science and research in the North West of Germany, particularly renowned for its strengths in the natural and engineering sciences as well as the social sciences and the humanities. The work carried out by its excellent researchers, many of whom of world renown, provides an important stimulus to societal development.
As the outstandingly favorable outcome of its showing in the underscores, the University is not content to bathe in past success and simply rest on its laurels. As a “learning organization“, it is constantly adapting the role it intends to play in the present and future research and academic landscape.
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