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The University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (French: Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, URCA), also University of Reims, is a French university, in the Academy of Reims. It was officially established in 1967, as the successor of Reims University (1548–1793), which was established in 1548 and closed in 1793.
The University of Reims was created in 1548, thanks to the Cardinal of Lorraine, who intervened with the Pope Paul III. The 'Collège des Bons-Enfants' catholic school thus became a university, starting teaching the arts, theology, law and medicine. Closed in 1793 during the French Revolution, the university experienced an almost total eclipse period for a century and a half, and only reappeared in the sixties.
The Faculty of Science (1961), the Literary University College (1964), the University College of Law and Economics (1966), Reims University Technology Institute (1966), the Faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy (1967), the National School of Dental Surgery (1970) are the successive elements from which the University of Reims was formed in 1971. The creation of an IUT in Troyes (1973), an Institute of Higher Technical Education (1985) and an IUT department (1995) in Charleville-Mezieres, the development of a delocalized office of the Faculties of Law, Economics and Humanities of Reims (1991) and the opening of an IUT department in Châlons-en-Champagne (1993) now show the regional roots of a university that has become, in 1982, ' University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne .
- Michel Devèze (historian), from 1971 to 1976
- Jean Le Men (pharmacist), from 1976 to 1977
- Lucien Bernard (physicist), from 1977 to 1982
- André Laberrigue (physicist), from 1982 to 1987
- Jean Raymond (anglicist), from 1987 to 1992
- Claude Severin (physician and dentist) from 1992 to 1997
- Jacques Meyer (mathematician), from 1997 to 2002
- Mary Gerard (physicist), 2002 to 2007
- Richard Vistelle (chemist), 2007 to 2012
- Gilles Baillat (director of the IUFMs), 2012 to 2016
- Guillaume Gellé, since 2016
Unit training and research
The University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne has 8 UFR:
- Law and Political Science
- Letters and Human Sciences
- Economics and Social Sciences
- Natural Sciences
- Sciences and Techniques of Physical and Sports Activities
Schools and institutes
- 2 IUT (the IUT of Reims-Châlons-Charleville and the IUT of Troyes)
- ESIEC now named ESIReims
- Institute for Higher Technical Training ( IFTS )
- University Institute of Teacher Training (IUFMs)
- School of Midwifery
- University Center
- Institute of Preparation for General Administration
The university has two doctoral schools: Humanities & Social Sciences, and Technology & Health Sciences.
Teaching and research
The five major areas of training at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne are:
- Arts, Humanities, Languages
- Humanities and Social Sciences
- Law, economics, management
- Science, Technology, Health
- Science and technology of physical and sporting activities
Research at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne is structured around five departments:
The Life Sciences & Health department whose laboratories are:
- IFR 53 - Research Institute Federations interactions Cells Micro-Environment. IFR 53
- Epidemiological surveillance of vector-borne and parasitic diseases JE 2533
- Extracellular matrix and cell dynamics (MEDyC) UMR 6237
- Plasticity of the respiratory epithelium in normal and pathological processes Inserm 903 UMRS
- Interfaces Biomaterials - Tissue Houses (IBTH) INSERM UMR-S 926
- Cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the pre-and postconditioning myocardial EA 3801
- Cell Interactions-Parasites: Biodiversity, Pathogenesis, Resistance (ICP) EA 3800
- Health, Aging, Quality of Life and Rehabilitation Topics Fragile EA 3797
- Cellular patho-physiology and Human immune dysfunction. Therapeutic Approach EA 3798
- Inflammation and immunity of the respiratory epithelium EA 4303
The Mathematics, ICT & Nanotechnologies department, whose laboratories are:
- Research Center for Science and Information Technology and Communication
- Mathematics Laboratory Reims EA 4535
- Microscopy and Laboratory Study of Nanostructures (lmen) EA 3799
The Agro-Sciences & Sciences of the Universe and Environment department, whose laboratories are:
- Study Group on Geomaterials and Natural Environments, Anthropogenic (GEGENAA) EA 3795
- Group of Molecular Spectrometry and Atmospheric (GSMA) CNRS UMR 6089
- Fractionation of Agricultural Resources and Environment (FARE) UMR INRA 614-A
- Research Unit of the Vine and Wine Champagne - Stress and Environment EA 2069
The Chemistry & Engineering Sciences department, whose laboratories are:
- Institute of Molecular Chemistry of Reims (ICMR - CNRS-UMR 6229)
- Laboratory Analysis of Mechanical Constraints - Dynamic interfaces transfers to CEA-3304-EA
- Research Group in Engineering Sciences (GRESPI - EA 4301)
The Humanities and Society Sciences department, whose laboratories are:
- CEJESCO Centre for Legal Research on the effectiveness of continental systems - I 1978
- CERHIC: Centre for Studies and Research in Cultural History - EA 2616
- CIRLEP: Interdisciplinary Center for Research on Language and Thought - EA 4299
- CLEA: Cognition, Language, Emotions, Acquisitions - I 2526
- RTDC: Centre for Research on Territorial Decentralization - EA 3312
- CRIMEL: Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Aesthetic and Literary Models - EA 3311
- LIVE: Development and Political Geography - EA 2076
- Laboratory of Applied Psychology - EA 4298
- Lerp: Laboratory for study and research on the professionalization - EA 3313
- MICIG: Contemporary Institutions Governance International Movements - I 2429
- IMO commercial organizations and institutions - EA 2065