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  • WiscAMP – Wisconsin Alliance for Minority ParticipationNSF - National Science FoundationSRE – Sophomore Research ExperienceMWRRIP – Milwaukee WiscAMP Regional Research Internship ProgramWISTEM – Wisconsin STEM organizationWATER – Wisconsin Aquatic Technology and Environment ResearchMPS – Milwaukee Public SchoolsPLTW – Project Lead the WayESM – Engineers Scientists of MilwaukeeAAF – Advanced Analysis Facility
  • K-12 STEM programs and the feeder system for UWM.
  • “If education is always to be conceived along the same antiquated lines of a mere transmission of knowledge, there is little to be hoped from it in the bettering of man's future.” – Maria MontessoriInterdisciplinary ResearchImprove student performanceProvide the optimal learning environmentTransition from didactic to Problem Based LearningUniversal access to technologyCollaborative teaching/learning environmentPlanning for effective teaching/learning science environmentProblem Based Learning (PBL) EnvironmentStudent Centered Active Learning Environments for Undergraduate Program (SCALE-UP)Flexible Mentor-Sponsored Learning
  • Moving away from learning as an information transaction to learning as applied knowledge. Higher education must supply not graduates but entrepreneurs of ideas and collaboration.
  • Collaboration - Working in teams of 4-8 studentsFacilitating interactive behaviorsSharing of information and inquiryStrengthening social and communication skills
  • Formal vs. informal learningFlexibilityTeaching stylesTechnologyConnectivity - Enabling outreach for informationSharing reinforcing teamingConnecting globally/distance learningDeveloping multi-media presentation skills
  • AccessVisibilityOrganizationStudent engagementRecruitmentFlexibility
  • CommunityBringing together a community of learnersRecognizing multiple strengthsCelebrating diversityLeading by facilitation and navigation
  • As technology rapidly changes the tools for interaction change and the environment must be able to change with them.
  • Einstein’s violin, Oliver Sachs love of music, Oppenheimer poetry, connection of Nobel prize winners and arts undergraduate degrees.
  • Objectives Infinite adaptability Initial economy Complete systems integration Design latitude Holistic application
  • Flexible, modular design to support:Multiple laboratory configurationsSpecialized laboratory support spacesTeaching SpacesOfficesConferencing spacesClinical spaces to support translational researchUniversal grid concept
  • Legacy – understanding our clients and where they want to be and how we can take them places they may not have thought about. Connecting spaces, making them adaptable so that there are varied experiences and memories. Are we creating spaces or merely enclosing it?
  • “If education is always to be conceived along the same antiquated lines of a mere transmission of knowledge, there is little to be hoped from it in the bettering of man's future.” – Maria Montessori
  • View 3 (southeast corner – electrical)
  • ResultsCreative Applications Interdisciplinary ExperienceMulti-modal Communications SkillsProductive Mentoring Whole Brain Engagement
  • CannonDesign Science and Technology

    1. 1. Agenda • Introduction and Our Practice • Planning Issues • Science Learning and Facility Trends • Q&A
    2. 2. Our Practice International Practice With 1,000 Professionals Worldwide Calgary • 70 year history / 17 offices / 1,000 people • U.S. Rank Top 5 in Higher Education • Science and Technology Specialists • Integrated Programming / Planning / Architecture / Engineering / Cost Estimating • 100+ Science Building Projects • Over 100 projects registered with USGBC • Over 400 LEED Accredited Professionals Mumbai Shanghai
    3. 3. Academic Experience • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Boston University Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth University Loma Linda University Louisiana State University Loyola Marymount University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Northwestern Memorial Hospital Pepperdine University Saint Louis University State University of New York University of Alabama University of California University of Chicago • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • University of Connecticut University of Florida Education University of Georgia Teaching & Learning Future Leaders University of Illinois University of Indiana Academic Research University of Iowa Center University of Kansas Interdisciplinary University of Kentucky Collaboration Excellence Translational Research University of Maryland Applications Scientific Discovery University of Massachusetts Future Quality of Life Product Innovation STEM Development University of Missouri University of Wisconsin Vanderbilt University Washington University Yale University
    4. 4. Academic Research Experience • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • American University Baxter Pharmaceuticals Boston University Boston University Medical Center Brandeis University Brigham & Women’s Hospital Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. California State University Canisius College Centocor Biologics, LLC Center for Emerging Technologies Dianon Systems Inc. Eastman Kodak Ecology & Environment, Inc. Eye Research Foundation George Washington University Hauptman-Woodward Research Institute • IIT Research Institute • Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute • NIH • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • CDC USEPA USDA Integrated Genomics Janssen Pharmaceutica, NV Kyonggi University Loma Linda University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Millipore Corporation Missouri University of Science and Technology Monsanto Company Motorola, Inc. New Mexico Highlands University Occidental Chemical Corporation Children's Hospital of New Orleans Saint Louis University Southwest Missouri State University SUNY Tufts University Union Carbide Corporation • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • University of Chicago University of Calgary University of Hawaii University of Florida University of Illinois – Chicago University of Illinois - Urbana University of Kansas Medical Center University of Kentucky University of Maryland University of Missouri University of Rochester Vassar College Worchester Polytechnic Institute Washburn University Washington University Yale University
    5. 5. Recent Awards Hauptman-Woodward Research Institute AIA National Award of Merit University of Kansas Multidiscipline Research Center AIA Award for Excellence in Architecture, State of Kansas University of Missouri – Columbia AIA/Construction Products Council of Saint Louis Judges Award for Architecture Hauptman-Woodward Research Institute AIA National Award of Merit Center for Environmental Science & Technology Management AIA First Award, WNY Chapter University of Kansas Life Science Innovation Center AIA St. Louis Chapter - Merit Award Ecology & Environment, Inc. Analytical Services Center AIA First Award, WNY Chapter Ecology & Environment, Inc. Corporate Headquarters Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy, Energy Star® Motorola, Inc. AIA First Award, WNY Chapter
    6. 6. Our Practice Awarded the 2009 BIM Experience Award from Autodesk at the AIA National Convention. “Cannon Design uses BIM to not only used to coordinate the physical aspects of the building design but also: • Quantity Take Offs • Cost Estimates • Specifications • Project Schedule • Construction Drawings”
    7. 7. Understanding “There are three teachers of children: adults, other children and their physical environment.” - Loris Malaguzzi
    8. 8. “Adults” - Mentors and Teachers UWM’s Outreach Partners: WiscAMP NSF SRE and MWRRIP WISTEM.org Wisconsin GEMS 4-H STEM WATER MPS PLTW ESM AAF
    9. 9. “Adults” - Mentors and Teachers Curriculum Curriculum • Problem Based • Collaborative Projects Pedagogy Pedagogy • Green Chemistry • steAm – the Arts component to innovation • Gates Foundation • Corporate Partners Environment Environment • “Black Box” Spaces • Flexible Work Areas • Adaptable Laboratories • Safety • Engineering Patterning
    10. 10. “Children” – Social Interactions
    11. 11. “Environment”- Third Teacher
    12. 12. “Environment”- Third Teacher
    13. 13. Understanding the Goals What does it all mean?
    14. 14. Understanding of the Project Program - Enterprise Integrated Research Center • Integrated space for Academic, Collaboration, Research, Instruction and Core • 150,000 GSF Initial Phase • STEM Labs • Physical and Chemical Analysis and Processing • Growth – Biological, Chemistry, Physics, Geosciences
    15. 15. Planning Issues – Understanding the Student Yesterday’s Learner: Today’s Learner:
    16. 16. Planning Issues – Understanding the Student Planning – Connection to our Thoughts and Social Networks linear centralized decentralized dispersed
    17. 17. Connection to our learning experience
    18. 18. Community
    19. 19. Community Planning Instructional Space
    20. 20. Culture Student/Teacher interaction
    21. 21. Culture
    22. 22. Technology
    23. 23. Technology
    24. 24. Sustainable
    25. 25. Legacy
    26. 26. “We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry.” - Maria Montessori
    27. 27. Trends in Science Learning Environments
    28. 28. Traditional Organization Departmental Focused Department 1 Department 2 Department 3 Core 1 Core 2 Core 3 Teaching Groups Research Groups Core Facilities
    29. 29. Theme Based Organization Theme or Research Focused Department 1 Department 2 Department 3 Teaching Groups Research Groups Core Facilities Core 1 Core 2 Core 3
    30. 30. Hybrid Organization Collaboration Focused Department #1 Department #2 Department #3 Teaching Groups Research Groups Core Facilities Specialist Research Groups Core 1 Core 2 Core 3
    31. 31. Evolving Dynamics of Science Facilities Open and Flexible Laboratories
    32. 32. Evolving Dynamics of Science Facilities Creative Synergies / Interdisciplinary Collaboration
    33. 33. Future Proofing Facilities Flexibility – Universal Grid Theory©2006 Structure Return 31’-6” Supply Gases Fire 31’-6” Power Lighting 16’- 18’ 10’-0”
    34. 34. Flexibility within the Universal Grid System Today and the Future Washington University - Biomed
    35. 35. Flexibility within the Universal Grid System Washington University - Biomed
    36. 36. Flexibility within the Universal Grid System Washington University - Biomed
    37. 37. Adaptability Washington University - Biomed
    38. 38. The PICC at Missouri University of Science & Technology Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Building – Product Innovation Creativity Center
    39. 39. Innovation Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Building – Product Innovation Creativity Center
    40. 40. Innovation Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Building – Product Innovation Creativity Center
    41. 41. Innovation Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Building

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