academia n. 学术界;学术生涯
alumna n. 女校友
alumnus n. 校友
applicant n. 申请人
attendance n. 出勤;出席
curriculum n. 课程;(学校等的)全部课程
dropout n. 退学;退学生
enrolment n. 登记,注册;入学
faculty n. (大学的)系,科;全体教员
flunk v. 考试不及格;通不过考试
lectureship n. 讲师的职位
matriculate v. (大学)注册入学;被录取入学
nondegree adj. 没有学位的
tuition n. 学费;指导
primary adj. 基础的;基本的
multiversity n. 综合大学
audiovisual adj. 视听说教学的
confer v. 授与(学位、称号)
credentials n. 文凭;(大学生离校时发给的)成绩和操行报告单extramural adj. (大学或学院)课程以外的
freshman n. 大一新生
sophomore n. 大二学生
junior n. 大三学生
senior n. 大四学生
undergraduate n. 大学本科生
postgraduate n. 研究生
assignment n. 作业
accommodation n. 住宿
credit n. 学分
scholarship n. 奖学金
coeducation n. 男女生同校制度
counselor n. 辅导老师
project n. (学生研究的)课题
presentation n. 讲座
paper / thesis / dissertation n. 论文
auditorium n. 礼堂
UNU (United Nations University) 联合国大学
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) 联合国教科文组织SA T (Scholastic Assessment Test) 学术能力评估测试
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) 雅思考试
GRE (Graduate Record Examination) 美国研究生入学考试
PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) 国际学生评估项目
CAI (Computer-aided Instruction) 计算机辅助教学
MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) 大规模在线开发课程
Phrases and Expressions
a bachelor’s degree 学士学位
a master’s degree 硕士学位
a doctor’s degree 博士学位
academic year 学年
academic career 学历;学业
academic city 大学城
all-campus gathering 全校集合
alma mater 母校
associate professor 副教授
attendance rate 出席率;出勤率
cluster college (综合性大学内独立的)专科学院,大学附属学院
faculty adviser (大学)指导教师
graduation thesis 毕业论文
honor man ＜美>优等生
liberal education 文科教育;普通教育
required / compulsory course 必修课
optional / selective course 选修课
professor emeritus 荣誉教授
extra-curriculum classes 课外班
orientation meeting (介绍会)指学校综合情况
basic course 基础课
specialized course 专业课
elementary education 初等教育
secondary education 中等教育
higher education 高等教育
adult education 成人教育
open admission 免试入学制
technical school 技校
polytechnic institute 理工学院
universal education 普及教育
course arrangement 课程安排
application form 申请表
letter of recommendation 推荐信
the examination-oriented education 应试教育
interdisciplinary talents 复合型人才
the rich cultural deposits 文化底蕴
student loan 助学贷款
roll book 点名册
targeted-area student 定向生
top student 高材生
class for further studies 进修班
military training 军训
entry score 录取分数线
school motto 校训
mock test / simulated exam 模拟测试
professional evaluation 评职称
academic report 学术报告
comprehensive quality 综合素质
1.That is not uncommon in the South Pacific, where some people have limited access to learning resources.
2.Some of them are very separated out from what the rest of the world is doing.
3.It is not likely they will be able to access the Internet in the near future.
4.T o help with that problem, Dr. Laura Hosman, a professor at California Polytechnic State University, and her students developed a mobile library.
5.Each SolarSPELL unit comes with a memory card, a small plug-in device that holds the educational content in a computer.
6.The United States is looking for sub-Saharan African students to study at American universities.
7.Fewer than three percent of those international students came from sub-Saharan Africa.
8.But it is difficult for even the most motivated students to succeed in African universities.
9.Teachers often go on strike to protest low pay and poor working conditions.
10.“They should consider studying in the US because of the innovative approach to education that we take in the United States, because international businesses are looking for the best-qualified, best-prepared prospective employees and we certainly believe that it enriches education back home in the US,” Jadotte said.
11.Many of the universities who have traveled with us on this mission are including scholarships as a part of the conversation with students here.
12.Jadotte says it is not just the African students who benefit from studying in the United States.
13.When teaching public speaking, Professor Charles Lebeau divides presentation into three aspects.
14.He helped English language teachers understand the differences between English rhetoric and that of Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and Russian.
15.Educators across the US are calling for major changes to the admissions process in higher education.
16.The report argues that the process schools used to choose students causes major problems.
17.Also, too much attention on academic success puts pressure on young people.
18.Over the past 30 years, college admissions has become more complex... more consequential…
19.Thacker claims when schools become more selective, they cause students to worry less about being good people.
20.Too many students are learning to do whatever it takes in order to get ahead.
21.That is why Thacker says it is important that students look past rank to find the right school.
22.The rank has nothing to do with the quality of education that goes on at the college.
23.The report suggests that schools should ask for evidence that students care about other people.
24.Also, poorer students will have the same chances as students who can pay for test preparation classes.
25.If bad changes can affect the process, so can good ones.
II. Medical Treatment
ward n. 病房
incubation n. 潜伏期
asthenia n. 虚弱
poison v. 使中毒
itch v. 发痒
chill v. 打冷颤
pale v. 脸色发白
shudder v. / n. 发抖
inflammation n. 炎症
acute adj. 急性的
chronic adj. 慢性的
congenital adj. 先天性的
nausea n. 恶心
vomit v. / n. 呕吐
asthma n. 哮喘
pneumonia n. 肺炎
indigestion n. 消化不良
malnutrition n. 营养不良
gastritis n. 胃炎
hepatitis n. 肝炎
dermatitis n. 皮炎
freckle / ephelis n. 痣,雀斑
acne n. 粉刺
flu n. 流感
quarantine n. / v. 检疫
vaccinate v. 给……接种疫苗
relapse n. / v. 复发
stupor n. 昏迷
sprain n. / v. 扭伤
scald n. / v. 烫伤
graze n./ v. 擦伤
scratch n. / v. 搔挠
trauma n. 外伤
fracture n. 骨折
Endocrinology Department 内分泌科
ECG (Electrocardiograph) 心电图
Urology Surgery 泌尿外科
Plastic Surgery 整形科
Traditional Chinese Medicine 中医科
Rehabilitation Department 康复科
General Surgery 普外
IAMP (Inter-Academy Medical Panel) 国际医学科学院组织WHO (World Health Organization) 世界卫生组织
Phrases and Expressions
heat stroke 中暑
night sweat 盗汗
heart disease 心脏病
colour blindness 色盲
medicine systems 内科系统
surgery systems 外科系统
medical laboratory 医技科室
clinical laboratory 临床检验
supply house 供应室
isolation ward 隔离病房
observation ward 观察室
hospital bed 病床
head nurse 护士长
head of the department of medical administration 医务部主任head of the nursing department 护理部主任
head of out-patient department 门诊部主任
brain specialist 脑科专家
cardiac surgeon 心外科医生
cardiovascular specialist 心血管专家
registration office 挂号处
out-patient department 门诊部
in-patient department 住院部
nursing department 护理部
consulting room 诊室
waiting room 候诊室
admitting office 住院处
emergency room 急诊室
1.He discovered that the speed of the gene’s development can affect when the plant produces.
2.Most people agree that eating healthy food is important.
3.“The changes in brightness are telling us something about increasing and decreasing human aggregation, and that’s very likely driving the transmission of measles.”
4.It is a PA TH-led initiative that’s working to create a platform to identify and assess and then showcase high-impact innovations that can accelerate progress toward these new global health goals that are included in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
5.There are 30 innovations listed in the PA TH report, such as neonatal resuscitators to help newborns breathe better; hand-held blood pressure devices to detect possible complications when a woman gives birth; and new formulations of the powerful pain medication oxytocin to control bleeding after childbirth.
7. For the first time in modern history, more people are now living in cities than in rural areas.
8. According to Cathcart-Rake, students from rural areas typically go off to medical schools in Wichita and Kansas City.
9. There are only eight students, making it the smallest medical school in the country.
10. The medical school in downtown Salina is housed in a three-story brick building which was refurbished specifically for the program.
11. Dr. Kerry Murphy is a family physician at the Clay Center Clinic, about 100 kilometers northeast of Salina.
12. We operate as what I call a cradle-to-grave operation, we deliver babies and go up to doing nursing home care.
13. It’s unlikely that there will ever be enough primary care physicians for every small town to have its own doctor.
14. And with the high cost of medical school, it’s difficult for graduates to turn down those opportunities.
15. More resources and polic ies will support the development of traditional medicine, the statement said, including conservation of ancient medical texts.
16. The pharmaceutical industry is encouraged to use modern technology in researching traditional medicine, while hospitals and researchers are encouraged to try traditional therapies in treating complex chronic diseases.
17. New drugs that boost the immune system’s ability to fight tumors may be one of the greatest medical advances in years.
18. “We don’t want to give these to 100 percent of the patients if only 59 percent or 20 percent will benefit,” said Dr. David R. Gandara, a professor and lung cancer specialist at the University of California, Davis.
19. Being able to test for a biomarker that could predict the drugs’ efficacy would make this new class of drugs easier on the wallet, the national health wallet.
20. The 945-patient study shows that the combination of two immune is more effective than either drug alone in treating advanced melanoma.
21. So it makes sense that the drugs work best against tumors that are issuing such an order and that they may not work at all against tumors that are not issuing the order.
22. For those with PD-L1-negative tumors, there was no real difference between Opdivo and the generic chemotherapy drug docetaxel.
23. The cost of treating these patients will be far higher than in the past.
24. We really need a way of determining which patients are likely to benefit from these agents.