- Ala Iunivesite Forest
Ala Iunivesite Forest
Ala Forest Iunivesite o se faalapotopotoga tumaoti ua faavaeina i 1834.
totogi pili i le Iunivesite o ala Forest e $49,000 (Aprox.).
Ala e tu Forest Iunivesite i Winston-Salema, North Carolina, na o ni nai itula i le taavale mai faaseʻe i le Mauga tuasivi Blue po o malolo i le matafaga o Carolina i Saute. ofoina Faafiafiaga lotoa taaloga o lotoa o aʻoga ma malaga i fafo e pei o le alovaa i luga o le Vaitafe o le New, tau-gliding ma lagi-diving. O le Tiakono temoni, au afeleti a le ala, o tagata o le Conference NCAA Vaega ou Coast Atalani. A taalo Forest ala fetauai Duke Iunivesite i 1922 ma manumalo, faamatalaina e se tusitala i le lotoifale o le tagata taaalo ala e pei “temoni Tiakono,” ma faapea ona, fanau mai le mascot na. tatau ona e ola tamaiti luga o le lotoa mo le ono semesa i se tasi o le faapaologa nofo. faalapotopotoga Greek faia se matafaioi tele i Forest ala, ma se sui auai e aofia ai toetoe lava o le afa o le tino a tamaiti aoga.
e faia aʻe ala Forest o aoga ono. Ana polokalame faauu aofia ai i latou i le Aoga tuu i se faavasegaga maualuga o le Tulafono,Aoga o Pisinisi ma le Aoga o Faafomai. ua lesitala Undergraduates i so o se ala College Forest po o le pisinisi aoga. E tusa o le 60 pasene o tamaiti o le vasega ia faaaoga o suesuega a le ala polokalame fafo ofoina atu i le silia 70 atunuu i le lalolagi atoa. Iloga alumni aofia ai le tagata taalo NBA puupuu uma-taimi, Muggsy Bogues; tagata kolifi lauiloa Arnold Palmer; ma tusitala ma lauga faaalia au Al Hunt.
aoga / kolisi / matagaluega / vasega / mafaufau
Ala College Forest
Ala Forest College tuufaatasia le vavalalata o se tamai faatufugaga matamau le aoga ma le malosi tau tomai o se iunivesite suesuega. E faailogaese ai i lona tele laiti ma siosiomaga collegiate; faiaoga maoae o faiaoga-o tagata atamamai; ma le usiusitai i se tulaga faatauaina faavae aoaoina mauaa i civilizational. O le Kolisi o ofoina atu e le tagata malaga o le faatufugaga ma le tagata malaga o le faasaienisi faailoga i le tele o ituaiga aʻoaʻi.
Graduate School of Arts ma le faasaienisi
Le Aoga Graduate o Arts ma le faasaienisi ofoina 27 aloaia i le atunuu ma faava o malo matai ma polokalama faafomai i le Reynolda ma Bowman campuses Gray. O le ofo atu foi Graduate Aoga a MD / PhD ma MD / MS ma le Aoga a Faafomai; a PhD / MBA ma le Babcock Graduate Aoga o le Pulega; le MDiv / MA ma le Aoga o le Paia o; ma tikeri i inisinia biomedical e ala i le Aoga a Engineering Biomedical Iunivesite Forest ala-Tech Virginia ma le faasaienisi.
Aoga o Pisinisi
O le Aoga a Business taumafai e atiina ae o taitai o pisinisi faamemelo ma le tauleleia e maua taunuuga ma le amiosaʻo ma e ala i le tuuina atu o manatu taitai e sii le faiga o le pulega. O le faaiuga, ua tuu i se faavasegaga le ala Forest le Iunivesite o le Aoga o Pisinisi i totonu o le aoga pisinisi sili ona lelei o le nuu e sili ona faalapotopotoga faasologa tetele. Faatasi ai ma se anoanoai o malaga ma faauu polokalame tikeri pisinisi, ofoina mai e le Aoga a Business le tele o filifiliga e tulimatai a outou tikeri pisinisi faauu. Tatou te ofoina atu faamisiona ma suesuega faavaitaimi i Winston-Salema (lotoa autu) ma le suesue i vaega taimi, e aofia ai se polokalama o le Aso Toonai, ala i lo tatou lotoa Charlotte.
Aoga a Paia o
O le Aoga a Paia o se tasi o na aoga lima paia faalauiloaga faa-Kerisiano i se U.S. News ma Report Lalolagi iunivesite o loo tuu i se faavasegaga pea i totonu o le pito i luga 30 iunivesite i totonu o le atunuu. ofo mai e le aoga maualuga o se tasi, le Matai o le Paia o, ae ei ai tikeri tele faatasi ma isi aoga ma polokalama a le iunivesite i bioethics, faufautua, aʻoga, tulafono, ma le faatumauina. E le gata i, e ofoina fesootai Matai o le paia ma le Matai o le Arts i le Pulega o tikeri i faiga faapaaga ma le Aoga o Pisinisi. I totonu o le Matai o le polokalama Paia o, tamaiti o le vasega e mafai ona taulai atu i le manuia ma le Taitaiga faalelotu - ma emphases i Taumafa ma le Faatuatua po o le Faatuatua ma le Soifua Maloloina o le Malo - Education, po o le Saogalemu. Faauu o le Aoga o le auaunaga paia i tofiga faaletaitai faalelotu eseese ma isi fanua - vaai po o fea - ma 86% o le vasega o 2015 sa faafaigaluegaina po o le sailia o aoaoga faaopoopo totonu o le ono masina o le faauuga.
Aoga o le Tulafono
O le Aoga o le Tulafono, i tausaga taitasi tuu i se faavasegaga i totonu o le pito i luga 50 aoga le tulafono i le atunuu, ofoina a latalata siosiomaga aiga tulaga ese o le tuufaatasia faaletulafono vasega masani i se autau o se aafiaga avanoa e aoao ai e ala i le ofisa ma externships.
Le Aoga Faafomai ai i totonu o le pito i luga 32 aoga i le atunuu i le faatupeina o suesuega tuuina atu e le National Inisitituti o le Soifua Maloloina. The medical school offers the doctor of medicine degree; a physician assistant program leading to a master of medical science; the MD/MBA with the Babcock Graduate of Management; and a number of masters and doctoral programs in biomedical sciences. The School of Medicine and N.C. Baptist Hospital comprise Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
Wake Forest University was founded after the North Carolina Baptist State Convention purchased a 600-acre (2.4 km2) plantation from Dr. Calvin Jones in an area north of Raleigh(Wake County) called the “Forest of Wake.” The new school, designed to teach both Baptist ministers and laymen, opened on February 3, 1834, as the Wake Forest Manual Labor Institute, named because students and staff were required to spend half of each day doing manual labor on the plantation. Dr. Samuel Wait, a Baptist minister, was selected as the “principal,” later president, of the institute.
i 1838, it was renamed Wake Forest College, and the manual labor system was abandoned. The town that grew up around the college came to be called the town of Wake Forest. i 1862, taimi o le Taua American Civil, the school closed due to the loss of most students and some faculty to service in the Confederate States Army. The College re-opened in 1866 and prospered over the next four decades under the leadership of presidents Washington Manly Wingate, Thomas H. Pritchard, and Charles Taylor. i 1894, the School of Law was established, followed by the School of Medicine in 1902. The university held its first summer session in 1921. Lea Laboratory was built in 1887-1888, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
The leading college figure in the early 20th century was Dr. William L. Poteat, a gifted biologist and the first layman to be elected president in the college’s history. “Dr. Billy” continued to promote growth, hired many outstanding professors, and expanded the science curriculum. He also stirred upheaval among North Carolina Baptists with his strong support of teaching the theory of evolution but eventually won formal support from the Baptist State Convention for academic freedom at the College.
The School of Medicine moved to Winston-Salem (then North Carolina’s second-largest city) i 1941 under the supervision of Dean Coy Cornelius Carpenter, who guided the school through the transition from a two-year to a four-year program. The school then became theBowman Gray School of Medicine. The following year, 1942, Wake Forest admitted its first female undergraduate students, after World War IIdramatically depleted the pool of male students.
i 1946, as a result of large gifts from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, the entire college agreed to move to Winston-Salem, a move that was completed for the beginning of the fall 1956 term, under the leadership of Dr. Harold W. Tribble. Charles and Mary Babcock (daughter ofR. J. Reynolds) donated to the college about 350 eka (1.4 km2) of fields and woods at “Reynolda,” their estate. mai 1952 i 1956, fourteen new buildings were constructed on the new campus. These buildings were constructed in Georgian style. The old campus in Wake Forest was sold to the Baptist State Convention to establish the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
i Aperila 27, 1962, Wake Forest’s Board of Trustees voted to accept Edward Reynolds, a native of the African nation of Ghana, as the first black full-time undergraduate at the school. This made Wake Forest the first major private university in the South to desegregate. Reynolds, a transfer student from Shaw University, later became the first black graduate of the university in 1964, when he earned a bachelor’s degree in history. Mulimuli ane, he went on to earn master’s degrees at Ohio University and Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D. in African History from the University of London. He became a professor of history at the University of California, San Diego and author of several history books.
A graduate studies program was inaugurated in 1961, ma i le 1967 the school became the fully accredited Wake Forest University. The Babcock Graduate School of Management, now known as the School of Business, na faavaeina i 1969. The James R. Scales Fine Arts Center opened in 1979. i 1986, Wake Forest gained autonomy from the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and established a fraternal relationship with it. The Middleton House and its surrounding 5 eka (2.0 ua ia te ia) was deeded by gift to Wake Forest by Philip Hanes and his wife Charlotte in 1992. The donation was completed in 2011.
The thirteenth president of Wake Forest is Nathan O. Hatch, former provost at the University of Notre Dame. Hatch was officially installed as president on October 20, 2005. He assumed office on July 1, 2005, succeeding Thomas K. Hearn, Jr., who had retired after 22 years in office.
i Setema 16, 2015, Wake Forest announced plans to offer undergraduate classes downtown in Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem. i Mati 18, 2016, Wake Forest announced programs in biomedical sciences and engineering at its new Wake Downtown campus, opening in January 2017. Wake Downtown will be in a former R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company plant, next to the second campus of the school of medicine which is set to open in July 2016
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