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  Institute of technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New Zealand polytechnics are established under the Education Act 1989 as amended, and are considered state-owned tertiary institutions along with universities, colleges of education, and wānanga; there is today often much crossover in courses and qualifications offered between all these types of institutions.
In the polytechnic sector: Wellington Polytechnic amalgamated with Massey University.
Although being in practice one more concession in favour of the polytechnical institutes, these legal rules were fiercely criticized and contested by them, since in their opinion and according to the previous government (Prime Minister António Guterres legislature) policy, some polytechnic institutions have conditions to award the same degrees that universities have conferred.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Polytechnic   (4047 words)

 EducationGuardian.co.uk | higher news | Obituary: Sir Derek Birley
His pioneering work in drawing together the Ulster Polytechnic and, later, the New University of Ulster into the University of Ulster, of which he was vice-chancellor from 1984 to 1991, cannot be overestimated.
This was a time of major change in higher education throughout Britain, although the binary system of universities and polytechnics being cast in the rest of the country did not translate to Northern Ireland because the provincial government in Belfast had responsibilty for all levels of education locally.
He was convinced that polytechnic status was essential if the new college was to achieve its full potential; indeed, his first report to his governors argued for the name to be changed to the Ulster Polytechnic, and for the introduction of a multi-level array of courses, including CNAA degrees.
education.guardian.co.uk /higher/news/story/0,9830,737192,00.html   (1154 words)

 UCDC: Education
Ulster County public school systems, with eight districts, a vocational school, as well as a special needs school, are held in high regard by the communities they serve as being comprehensive, innovative, and safe.
Ulster BOCES is an excellent vocational training center specializing in workforce and skills develolpment that complement the high school curriculum.
Ulster County is geographically central to thirty-eight, two-and-four colleges and universities in the Hudson Valley and the Albany Capital District, to the north.
www.ulsterny.com /pages/education.html   (626 words)

 Welcome to Ulster County BOCES Online-Press Room
Presenting Ulster BOCES program director Mark Harris with the official NIMS certificate at a recent event held to celebrate the national honor, Luty commented upon how grateful he was to still have a local place from which to draw new employees and send his workers to learn new skills and processes.
“Ulster BOCES is one of the few schools in the nation to offer a nationally accredited machinists program,” he explained.
Sfregola stressed how closely his department works with Ulster BOCES to train individuals trying to get a leg up in the local job force, as well as to retrain others needing to upgrade or expand their skills base to stay competitive.
www.ulsterboces.org /news_candtaward1101.html   (892 words)

 Culture Rich Northern Ireland
Ulster folk are outdoor people, well known for their openness and hospitality, and the landscape of Northern Ireland is of commanding natural beauty: the Giant's Causeway, one of the wonders of the natural world, the Glens of Antrim and the Mountains of Mourne, celebrated in song.
The Queen's University of Belfast (QUB) and the University of Ulster (UU) are an integral part of the UK higher education system, with quality of provision, standards of programmes and awards being assured by the UK-wide Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education.
By contrast UU, a large modern university formed from the merger of the New University of Ulster and Ulster Polytechnic in 1984, is spread over four campuses.
www.studyoverseas.com /europe/euroed/irelandculture.htm   (794 words)

 skoool.ie :: parents
The Magee campus of the University of Ulster in Derry city is the fastest-growing in the whole university and plans are afoot for further programmes of expansion.
Another new institute for Ulster Scots Studies has been established to promote the understanding of Ulster Scots history, culture and heritage within Ulster and beyond.
In 1984, the University of Ulster replaced both the New University of Ulster and the Ulster Polytechnic.
www.skoool.ie /skoool/parents.asp?id=546   (1196 words)

 Quality Assessment Report for University of Ulster
Ulster Polytechnic and the New University of Ulster (founded in 1968) merged in 1984 to form the University of Ulster.
The provision of education in Theatre Studies is guided by the overall mission of the University of Ulster “to advance education through a variety of patterns, levels and modes of study, and to encourage and develop learning and creativity for the benefit of the community in Northern Ireland and elsewhere”.
The quality of education in drama, dance and cinematics at the University of Ulster, comprising in this instance theatre studies, is approved.
www.qaa.ac.uk /reviews/reports/subjectLevel/q266_98_textonly.htm   (4029 words)

 Institute of Ulster-Scots Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Martin Hay graduated from the University of Ulster in 1998 with an honours degree in Sociology and from University College Cork with a MA in sociology in 1999.
Heather Walker studied Linguistic Science at the University of Ulster, Jordanstown, where she obtained a first class honours degree (2000) and is currently working toward a PhD in Linguistics and Communication, focusing on the Rhetorical Strategies of Ferdinand de Saussure.
Her primary research interests are in the areas of discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, the study of rhetoric and metaphor, and the linguistic construction of culture and identity.
www.arts.ulst.ac.uk /ulsterscots/staff.htm   (1509 words)

 A Register of Economic and Social Research on Northern Ireland, 1980-83, with an Introductory Essay
All three institutions in Northern Ireland are building up such specialist collections: the Ulster Polytechnic houses a resource collection on the Irish travelling people; Queen's University is developing collections of materials on housing and a social facilities data bank for Belfast; the New University has built up specialist collections on community conflict and on cooperatives.
Twenty are based in Queen's University Belfast, seventeen in the New University of Ulster, eleven in the Ulster Polytechnic and eight in the Northern Ireland Council for Educational Research (NICER); the rest are divided among nine other bodies.
Of the remaining projects six are based at Queen's University, five at Glasgow Universities, three at the Ulster Polytechnic, and one each at the Universities of Bristol, Durham, Keele and Manchester respectively.
www.ccruni.gov.uk /research/csc/social.htm   (9236 words)

 New Vice Chancellor of UU
Professor McKenna was himself a student at the University of Ulster, graduating in 1976 with a first class honours degree in Biology.
He became Senior Lecturer in 1984, the year the University of Ulster was formed by the merger of The New University of Ulster with the Ulster Polytechnic, and was appointed to a personal Chair in 1988.
Under his leadership, the University of Ulster recently published a comprehensive summary of research areas related to the "areas for co-operation" in the Good Friday Agreement where there exists, or is potential for, North-South collaboration (see Booklet on North/South research opportunities).
www.irishscientist.ie /p13.htm   (709 words)

 Quality Assessment Report for University of Ulster
The Ulster Polytechnic, founded in 1971, and the New University of Ulster, founded in 1968, merged in 1984 to form the University of Ulster.
Communication is taught within the School of Behavioural and Communication Sciences in the Faculty of Social and Health Sciences and Education at Jordanstown, and media studies is taught within the School of Media and Performing Arts in the Faculty of Humanities at Coleraine.
The specific subject objectives for communication and media studies are closely matched by the structure and content of the curriculum and are well supported by the research and scholarly interests of the teaching staff.
www.qaa.ac.uk /reviews/reports/subjectLevel/q171_97_textonly.htm   (4342 words)

 Prospect Volume XXXI Number 4 Page 10
Ulster Polytechnic was unable to continue these negotiations because of a British government ruling that prohibited extending British educational sanctions to schools outside of the United Kingdom.
With the encouragement of Ulster Polytechnic, Campbell assumed the primary responsibility for academic sanction and oversight of the project, which the Irish school began with TARC in 1977.
Norwood's contribution to the mathematics scholarship program is a wonderful way for our faculty and staff to show their dedication to the programs that they help to promote and teach and that some of the students who are benefiting from them would not be able to attend Campbell without this support," Huggins said.
www.campbell.edu /news/prospect/oct01/pg10.html   (1815 words)

 Aimhigher: University of Ulster
The University of Ulster was formed in 1984 from the merger of the Ulster Polytechnic and the then New University of Ulster.
The University of Ulster's Vision is to be a 'model of an outstanding regional university with a national and international reputation for quality'.
Whether it is corporate, academic or sporting event, a conference, training seminar or exhibition, the University of Ulster has the location, facilities and services to suit your delegates and your budget.
www.aimhigher.ac.uk /universities___colleges___hei/northern_ireland/university_of_ulster.cfm?view=print   (801 words)

 Twelfth Parade - North Queen Street (1991) by Joe McWilliams (b. 1938, Belfast)
He taught at the Ulster Polytechnic and then the University of Ulster from 1973-89.
In 1986 he opened the Cavehill Gallery with his wife, the artist Catherine McWilliams and in 1988 he was awarded the silver medal at the Royal Ulster Academy exhibition.
He is well known for his vibrant and energetic depiction of community and political life in Belfast, particularly loyalist and nationalist parades as shown in his exhibitions ‘A Troubled Journey 1966-89’ held in 1989 and ‘Colour on the March’ in 1997, both held at the Cavehill Gallery.
www.artscouncil-ni.org /collection/artists/art114.htm   (174 words)

 Method of producing exact models of skull defects which enable technicians to create exactly matching titanium plates
The work of a student at the University of Ulster has had a direct effect on the treatment of patients requiring head and facial surgery.
Dr John Winder, who was awarded a PhD today, has, through his research, led to a change in clinical practice in two areas - the treatment of cranial defects and in the computer-based planning of bone surgery in the head and facial areas.
A graduate of the Ulster Polytechnic - the forerunner of the University of Ulster - east Belfast man Dr Winder obtained a MSc in Physics at the University of Wales before beginning a career as a principal clinical scientist with the NI Medical Physics Agency based at the Royal Victoria Hospital.
www.news-medical.net /?id=2995   (363 words)

David Bell has been a full professor at Queen’s University of Belfast since 2002 and before that he was a full professor at University of Ulster since 1986.
He holds a DSc degree from the University of Ulster for work devoted to “Information Handling and Pattern Discovery”, and a PhD for “Storage and Access Strategies in Databases”.
His research addresses the issues of functionality and performance in data and knowledge management systems, and linking these to reasoning under uncertainty, machine learning, and other artificial intelligence techniques – exploiting the close relationship between evidence and data.
www.cs.qub.ac.uk /~D.Bell/shortCV.html   (254 words)

My teaching there covered the whole gamut of Psychology (at an introductory level), for staff, nurses and nursing students of all ages and seniorities.
At the University of Ulster (1979-90), I specialised in my teaching in Social and Environmental Psychology, though with some input to Cognitive, Neuro-, Human-experimental, Abnormal and Introductory Psychology.
I gained valuable experience of organisational change when the New University of Ulster expanded fourfold on assimilating the Ulster Polytechnic in 1984, and during my work at the Institute for Health Studies too.
homepage.ntlworld.com /steve.williams7/Activity.htm   (458 words)

 Michael McCrory | Silversmith
Since completing my art and design education, I have run my own workshop working mainly to commission and recently designing and making work for exhibitions.
I lectured in silversmithing and jewellery at the Ulster Polytechnic/University of Ulster since 1967.
Since being granted early retirement from the University in 1996 - where I had been Head of the School of Fine and Applied Arts from 1990 - I have participated in several exhibitions.
www.michaelmccrory.com   (125 words)

 Down Your Way, Ariadne, issue 13
THE VIEW, DOWN THE VALLEY and towards the mouth of the River Bann, from the Central Library of the Coleraine campus of the University of Ulster, is seriously distracting.
The Ulster Polytechnic and New University of Ulster (NUU) were merged in the mid- 1980's as part of a rationalisation of higher education in Northern Ireland.
The University of Ulster is involved in CAIN, ESPERE, Eurotext, Formations, EduLib and the SuperJournal projects [6].
www.ariadne.ac.uk /issue13/down-your-way   (922 words)

 Dr W.Hylands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 1972, he was transferred to Ulster Polytechnic as a Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering and later promoted to Principal Lecturer.
In this role he was responsible for all courses and also the management of staff and students within the School.
During this period at Ulster Polytechnic he was involved with the design and implementation of new degree courses, higher technician courses and also short courses to meet the needs of industry.
www.ubifhe.ac.uk /oldtech/DrHy.htm   (583 words)

 University of Ulster : Online Prospectus - General Information
In 1984 the New University of Ulster at Coleraine and the Ulster Polytechnic at Jordanstown came together (bringing Magee College in Londonderry and the Art College in Belfast with them) to form the University of Ulster.
In 2003, the Northern Ireland Hotel and Catering College was amalgamated into UU, becoming the Portrush site of the Coleraine campus.
You have to remember that it was the mid to late 60s when the New University of Ulster was being designed and built.
prospectus.ulster.ac.uk /geninfo/four-campuses.html   (1124 words)

Polytechnic Institute of New York - Graduate courses in Transportation Planning and Operations Research, 1974-1975.
Beginning with my doctoral studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, funded by an Eisenhower Fellowship, I moved into various research activities (see the list of publications, presentations, and reports and in the summary of research interests).
Feasibility of Park-and-Ride for Trans-Hudson Bus Passengers to the Manhattan CBD.
www.ulster.net /~vjblue/cv.html   (2255 words)

 CAIN: Majority Minority Review No. 1: Education and Religion in Northern Ireland, Section 8
Until 1968 there was one university in Northern Ireland, the Queen's University of Belfast (QUB), although a small number of students followed university courses at Magee College in (London)Derry.
In addition, the Ulster College, later Ulster Polytechnic, was opened on the outskirts of Belfast.
NUU never achieved its projected student intake and, following the Chilver report (1982), was merged with the Ulster Polytechnic to form the University of Ulster (UU).
cain.ulst.ac.uk /csc/reports/eight.htm   (1071 words)

 Gill Sandford
She joined the Faculty of Art, Media and Design in 1989 as Principal Lecturer/Award Leader in Fashion and Textiles whilst it was still a Polytechnic.
She worked from 1983 to 1989 at Lancashire Polytechnic starting as Senior Lecturer in Fashion and becoming Principal Lecturer and Course Leader.
From 1982 to 1983 she was a Lecturer II at Ulster Polytechnic.
www.uwe.ac.uk /amd/archive/sandford.htm   (321 words)

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