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Министерство образования и науки Амурской области
ГПОАУ «Амурский педагогический колледж»
THE IVY LEAGUE
Шепетько Юлия
322 группа, специальность
«Социальная работа»
CONTENTS
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Glossary;
The Ivy League;
History;
Universities - members of the
League;
Locations of Ivy League
universities;
Brown University;
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Harvard University;
Dartmouth College;
Yale University;
Columbia University;
Cornell University;
University of Pennsylvania;
Princeton University;
List of literature.
THE IVY LEAGUE
«A proportion of our eastern ivy colleges
are meeting little fellows another Saturday
before plunging into the strife and the
turmoil».
Stanley Woodward, New York Tribune, October
14, 1933, describing the football season.
The Ivy League Universities are
the most interesting thing in al
American higher education. I
welcome you to meet these
universities and colleges.
So, let’s begin …
HISTORY
The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference
comprising sports teams from eight private
institutions of higher education in the
Northeastern United States.
The term became official after the formation of
the NCAA Division I athletic conference in 1954.
The term Ivy League has connotations of
academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and
social elitism.
UNIVERSITIES - MEMBERS OF
THE LEAGUE
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Brown University
Harvard University
Dartmouth College
Yale University
Columbia University
Cornell University
University of Pennsylvania
Princeton University
LOCATIONS OF IVY LEAGUE
UNIVERSITIES
BROWN UNIVERSITY
Located in historic Providence, Rhode
Island and founded in 1764, Brown
University is the seventh-oldest college in
the United States. Brown is an
independent, coeducational Ivy League
institution comprising undergraduate and
graduate programs, plus the Alpert
Medical School, School of Public Health,
School of Engineering, and the School
of Professional Studies.
Faculty: Humanities, Life Sciences,
Physical Sciences, Social Sciences.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Established in 1636, Harvard is the oldest institution of
higher education in the United States. The University,
which is based in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts,
has an enrollment of over 20,000 degree candidates,
including undergraduate, graduate, and professional
students.
Schools: Harvard Business School, Division of
Continuing Education, Faculty of Arts & Sciences,
Graduate School of Design, Harvard Graduate School
of Education, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Law
School, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard
College, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Harvard
Divinity School, School of Engineering and Applied
Sciences, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Harvard
Medical School, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Established December 13, 1769.
Located in Hanover, New Hampshire.
It consists of a liberal arts college, the
Geisel School of Medicine, the Thayer
School of Engineering, and the Tuck
School of Business, as well as 19
graduate programs in the arts and
sciences.
YALE UNIVERSITY
Yale University is a private Ivy League
research university in New Haven,
Connecticut. Founded in 1701.
Yale University comprises three major
academic components: Yale College
(the undergraduate program), the
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
and the professional schools.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Columbia University was
founded in 1754 as King's
College by royal charter of
King George II of England. It
is the oldest institution of
higher learning in the state of
New York and the fifth oldest
in the United States.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Located in Ithaca, New York. Founded in
1865 by Ezra Cornell and Andrew
Dickson White.
Cornell University is home to contract
colleges and schools that were created by
an Act of the New York State Legislature
and receive direct funding from New
York State. Their mission is linked
directly to the economic and social wellbeing of New York State.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
The University of Pennsylvania is an
American private Ivy League research
university located in Philadelphia.
Founded in 1740 by Benjamin Franklin.
At the University since the late
nineteenth century there is a Museum
of archaeology and anthropology,
University of Pennsylvania, and the
Institute of contemporary art.
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1746 as the College of
New Jersey, Princeton. The institution
moved to Newark in 1747, then to the
current site nine years later, where it
was renamed Princeton University in
1896.
Princeton provides undergraduate and
graduate instruction in the humanities,
social sciences, natural sciences, and
engineering.
LIST OF LITERATURE
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_League
http://www.brown.edu/
http://www.harvard.edu/
http://www.columbia.edu/
http://www.cornell.edu/
http://dartmouth.edu/
http://www.princeton.edu/main/
http://www.upenn.edu/
http://www.yale.edu/
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