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Title: Project Storyboard

Project Storyboard
EDCI 436 Assignment 4
  • Hsiu-Min Wei
  • 11/12/2007

Slide Pictures
  • Are you interested to the most beautiful campus
    in America?
  • Do you want be a student in this beautiful

  • This short flash tutorial will help you to learn
    more about the campus
  • For Visitor We provide the pictures and
    the detail location description for each
    building (This can help you to find the building
    you want easier)
  • For potential student we will provide
    the deeper information. It includes the colleges
    mission, and the departments

  • You can click the building you want to visit
  • Or click the next button to visit the campus form
    building 1 to building 19

Suzzallo Library
Red square
Odegaard Undergraduate Library
Kane Hall
  • You are now in CENTRAL PLAZA . But you might as
    well call it Red Square. Everyone else does.

  • The Story about Red square
  • --Red Square is paved with red bricks and sits
    atop the Central Plaza parking garage.
  • The Broken Obelisk, a steel sculpture on the
    edge of Red Square, was a gift to the university
    from the Virginia Wright Fund. It is one of the
    few sculptures by Barnett Newman, who was known
    primarily for his abstract color field paintings.
    The work is 26 feet high and weighs two tons.

  • Left is KANE , a classroom-auditorium building.

  • The Story about Kane Hall
  • In 1971, Kane Hall, a classroom-auditorium
    building, was completed and named for the
    beleaguered 14th president of the university,
    Thomas F. Kane. He was a calm, scholarly man
    whose 12-year term, from 1902 to 1914, was a
    period of phenomenal growth during which the
    student body increased from 650 to 2,824 people.
    But, the regents felt that Kane had not grown
    with the university and requested his
    resignation. Kane refused, believing that
    politics was meddling in academe. When he finally
    was compelled to leave office, he became the
    president of Olivet College and then of the
    University of North Dakota. He was held in high
    esteem by fellow educators, who elected him
    president of the National Association of State
    Universitites in 1913.

  • Continuing around the square are SUZZALLO

  • The Story about SUZZALLO LIBRARY
  • The library was named for educator Henry
    Suzzallo, University president from 1915 to 1926,
    when he was ousted following a prolonged
    controversy with the governor. The library,
    designed by Carl Gould, was built in 1926 and
    named for Suzzallo seven years later. Note the
    figures above the west entrance to Suzzallo
    Thought, Inspiration, and Mastery. They
    represent phases in the way one thinks.


  • Odegaard Undergraduate Library was built in
    1972 and named for Charles E. Odegaard, who
    retired from the university presidency in 1973
    after a 15-year term. At the dedication
    ceremonies he remarked that he was particularly
    appreciative that a library should bear his name,
    for "books are great instruments for voyages of
    discovery into the heart of man and into the
    nature of the universe."

  • Round the corner of Odegaard Library and head
    west. Ahead is the heroic bronze statue of GEORGE

  • The Story about Statue of George Washington
  • The bronze statue of George Washington is
    forever gazing down Campus Parkway. It was
    sculpted in 1909 by Lorado Taft and unveiled on
    campus in time for the opening of the Alaska
    Yukon Pacific Exposition.The funds used to
    purchase it were collected by the Rainier Chapter
    of the Daughters of the American Revolution and
    included contributions from the DAR and other
    organizations, donations from school children
    from around the state, and a legislative

  • Left, as you descend the stairs, is MEANY HALL

  • It is named for Edmond S. Meany, a popular
    history professor who taught from 1897 to 1932.
    The original Meany Hall, built in 1908, was razed
    after it was damaged severely by an earthquake in
    1965. The current building, completed in 1975,
    has a 1,212- seat theater, a smaller theater
    that seats up to 300, full facilities for the
    Dance Program, an orchestra rehearsal room, and
    other facilities.

  • From the Visitors Information Center, walk one
    block south to N.E. 40th St., cross and turn
    left. On your right is GOULD headquarters for the
    College of Architecture and Urban Planning.

  • The Story about GOULD Hall
  • Gould was a distinguished Seattle architect,
    whose 1915 campus plan still shapes the character
    of the campus.. He designed the basic plan and 28
    buildings (46 if additions and supervision are
    counted). His institutional works best
    demonstrate Gould's genius for creating superb
    spaces with concern for ample daylighting. The
    soaring, vari-colored reading room of Suzzallo
    Library is the great room of Seattle. He
    justified a modified Tudor Gothic for the
    University campus because its large glazed areas
    let in light.

  • Continue east, enter main campus at 15th Avenue
    N.E., walk up the rise and turn right on Stevens
    Way. On your right is ARCHITECTURE Hall

  • The Story about ARCHITECTURE Hall
  • Architecture Hall was built in 1909. It is the
    last major building remaining from the Alaska
    Yukon Pacific Exposition. Through the years, the
    building has had several names Art Museum (for
    the Exposition), Bagley, Physiology, and (since
    the 1950s) Architecture Hall. It houses the
    Department of Construction Mangement, classrooms,
    and several studios for the College of
    Architecture and Urban Planning.

  • Across the street is CUNNINGHAM

  • The Story about Cunningham Hall
  • Cunningham Hall houses the Women's Center,
    which offers classes, as well as services for
    women. The center also operates a gallery
    featuring the work of local women artist. It was
    saved from the wrecking ball in 1979 when the
    university's Architectural Landmarks Commission
    recommended that it be preserved and renovated.
    Subsequently, in 1983, the hall was renamed and
    dedicated to the memory of Imogen Cunningham, a
    1907 graduate of the university and
    internationally known photographer .

  • Ahead on your right is GUTHRIE, home to the
    Department of Psychology.

  • The Story about Guthrie Hall
  • Guthrie Hall is home to the Department of
    Psychology. Built in 1973, it is named for Edwin
    R. Guthrie who joined the faculty in 1914 and
    later served as Dean of the Graduate School. Dr.
    Guthrie was nationally known for his research on
    the psychology of learning and habit, and for his
    studies on the evaluation of teaching. He also
    was noted for his unfailing humor and his
    kindness to students.

  • Next on your right is KINCAID Hall

  • The Story about Kincaid Hall
  • Its housing the Department of Biology and
    dedicated in 1971 to Trevor Kincaid, faculty
    member who served 43 years. The Biology
    Department was enhanced in February 2003 when it
    was merged with the Departments of Zoology and
    Botany. The new department was formed to study
    all life at the levels of the cell, the organism
    and the ecosystem.

  • The spectacular Physics/Astronomy Building,
    designed in the UW's Collegiate Gothic style by
    the renowned architect Cesar Pelli, is home for
    teaching and research of the Departments of
    Physics and Astronomy.

  • The Story about Physics/Astronomy Building
  • Details of the building reflect these two
    disciplines - inscriptions illustrating physical
    principles at the base of columns, a Foucault
    pendulum in the auditorium lobby, and sundial to
    the south. A Foucault pendulum demonstrates the
    rotation of the earth the period of rotation of
    the pendulum varies with latitude.A central
    courtyard covers more than 20 underground physics
    laboratories that require a stable environment.
    The Physics Department is the workplace of one of
    four UW Nobel Prize winners, Hans Dehmelt, who
    received the prize in 1989.

  • The large brick building west of Frosh Pond is
    BAGLEY, housing facilities of the Department of

  • The Story about Bagley Hall
  • Bagley Hall is home to the Department of
    Chemistry. In 1937, it was dedicated to the
    Reverend Daniel Bagley, a farsighted pioneer
    Methodist minister with a flair for wheeling and
    dealing. He was literally "egged" out of Peoria,
    Illinois, for preaching unpopular antislavery
    sentiments in the 1850s.After he settled with his
    family in Seattle, he and several cohorts
    persuaded the state legislature to include
    Seattle as one possible site for the proposed
    Territorial University. Then he convinced the
    city fathers that a university in the then
    insignificant village of Seattle would be a
    commercial plum far sweeter than having the state
    capitol, mental hospital, or penitentiary.

  • North of Bagley is JOHNSON, where the Quaternary
    Research Center and the Department of Earth and
    Space Sciences are located.

  • The Story about JOHNSON Hall
  • It was Built in 1930, it is named for Orson B.
    Johnson, who joined the faculty in 1882 - as a
    professor of physiology, botany, zoology,
    biology, mineralogy, geology, chemistry, and
    natural philosophy! He had graduated from law
    school and was admitted to the bar, but he
    declared that "law doesn't suit my temperament"
    and turned to the sciences. Because of his
    extensive insect collection and his intense
    preoccupation with the creatures, his students
    affectionately nicknamed him "Bug."

  • Centering Frosh Pond is DRUMHELLER FOUNTAIN

  • Drumheller Fountain, in the center of Frosh
    Pond, was a gift from Regent Joseph Drumheller
    for the university's centennial celebration in
    1961. The fountain has built-in lighting and
    three banks of jets. The center jet can shoot
    water to a height of 100 feet, while the two
    surrounding rings of jets gush water slightly
    outward from 10 to 30 feet.

  • Just beyond Rainier Vista is a low path vanishing
    into the trees. This leads to the SYLVAN GROVE

  • The Story about SYLVAN GROVE THEATER
  • The site of early-day graduation ceremonies.
    The four hand-fluted white cedar columns once
    graced the front stoop of the original University
    building. They were preserved and erected at
    their present site by the class of 1911.

  • Turn right on the brick path and walk through the
    gallery of ALLEN LIBRARY

  • The Story about ALLEN LIBRARY
  • The Allen Library was dedicated in 1991. It
    holds more than a million volumes, houses the
    university's Natural Sciences Library,
    Manuscripts, Special Collections, University
    Archives , and administrative offices. Designed
    by Edward Larrabee Barnes, it is named for
    Kenneth S. Allen, associate director of libraries
    from 1960 to 1982.
  • Allen's son Paul, cofounder of Microsoft,
    donated 10 million in his father's name, of
    which 8 million supports a permanent endowment
    for the library. The library contains 25 miles of
    shelving space and was built with about 400,000


  • The Story about HUB
  • It was built in 1949 and expanded over the
    years. The HUB houses student activities, a games
    area, cafeteria, branch of the University Book
    Store, bicycle shop, and bank, as well as an
    auditorium, ballrooms, a variety of meeting
    rooms, an information desk, and administrative
    offices, including those of student government

  • At the center of the upper campus is the Liberal
    Arts Quadrangle, usually called "the Quad". It
    features wide walkways, cherry trees, and stately
    brick buildings. Major buildings include Art,
    Music, Gowen, Smith, Savery, Miller and Raitt.

  • Proceed between Savery and Raitt. Continue up the
    stairway and path that leads to DENNY

  • The Story about Denny
  • Denny Hall is the oldest--and was originally
    the only--building on campus. It contained
    laboratories, a teaching museum for natural
    sciences, classrooms, 10 recital halls, faculty
    and regents rooms, the president's office, and a
    736 seat assembly hall. The building, designed in
    the French Renaissance style with round turrets
    and candle-snuffer roofs, was built of Tenino
    sandstone and pressed brick. Students and faculty
    used it for the first time in September 1895.

  • Next is PARRINGTON

  • The Story about PARRINGTON
  • The red pressed-brick edifice opened in 1902
    as the Science Building. Vernon L. Parrington was
    professor of English from 1908 until his death in
    1929. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1928
    for his monumental work Main Currents in
    American Thought. Today, Parrington houses the
    Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs.

  • Starting on the last leg of your tour, pass the

  • It is the oldest university museum in the
    West. It dates to 1885, when the Board of Regents
    permitted the Young Naturalists Society to erect
    a museum on the downtown campus. The present
    structure, opened in 1962, was funded by a
    bequest from Caroline McGilvra Burke as a
    memorial to her husband, Judge Thomas Burke, a
    pioneer civic leader of Seattle. The museum
    presents changing exhibits and programs on the
    natural and cultural heritage of the Pacific Rim.
    Long-term exhibits feature Northwest Coast Native
    art, the only dinosaur skeleton in the Northwest,
    and gems and minerals.

  • You have already known the most famous building
    in University of Washington. Do you want to take
    a small test to try do you remember those
  • If you want challenge yourself please click the
    Quiz button and choose the basic level
  • If you want to know our schools and colleges
    please click the next button

The College of Architecture and Urban Planning
  • The goal of the College is
  • To provide a quality education leading to
    professional roles in architecture, landscape
    architecture, urban design and planning, and
    construction management.
  • To offer rigorous, liberal arts-based
    undergraduate, nonprofessional, and
    post-professional programs.
  • To encourage strong faculty and student research,
    scholarship, and public service roles in both
    undergraduate and graduate programs.

  • Department
  • 1914 the Department of Architecture was
    established in Seattle as part of the University
    of Washington. In 1957, the college was renamed
    and is today called the College of Architecture
    and Urban Planning. Currently, the College has
    four departments Architecture, Construction
    Management, Landscape Architecture, and Urban
    Design and Planning.
  • Our link http//

The Michael G. Foster School of Business
  • The goal of the College is
  • We listen to business better. We're constantly
    refining and innovating our programs to reflect
    real-world changes in business and what the best
    companies expect in the workplace.
  • We're right-sized for individual attention.
    You'll get the guidance, support and inspiration
    you need to reach your career potential.
  • We're in the right place. Seattle is known for
    its natural beauty, entrepreneurial spirit, and
    thriving business community driven by
    international trade. It's a great place to live,
    learn, work, and realize your aspirations.

  • Degree offer
  • We teaches the fundamentals of management,
    with specialties in international business,
    entrepreneurship, manufacturing management, and
    taxation. In addition to the undergraduate,
    M.B.A., and doctoral programs, the school's
    Executive Programs offers continuing education
    programs for mid- and senior-level managers. The
    Executive M.B.A. and the part-time evening M.B.A.
    programs are for working professionals. The
    school recently launched the Technology
    Management MBA program, designed for working
    professionals in the high-tech industry.
  • Our link http//

The School of Dentistry
  • The goal of the College is
  • The School of Dentistry shares the Universitys
    overall mission to generate, disseminate, and
    preserve knowledge, and to serve the community.
    The School is an integral part of the Warren G.
    Magnuson Health Sciences Center, and is an oral
    health care center of excellence serving the
    people of the State of Washington and the Pacific
  • Our primary mission, through educational,
    research, and service programs, is to prepare
    students to be competent oral health care
    professionals. The Schools research programs
    contribute to the fundamental understanding of
    biologic processes and to the behavioral,
    biomedical, and clinical aspects of oral health.
    The service mission is to improve the health and
    well-being of the people of the community and the
    region through outreach programs that are
    especially attentive to minority and under served
    populations. The School values diversity in its
    students, staff, faculty, and patient
    populations. It seeks to foster an environment of
    mutual respect where objectivity, imaginative
    inquiry, and the free exchange of ideas can
    flourish to facilitate personal development,
    professionalism, and a strong sense of

  • Degree offer
  • offers the D.D.S. (Doctor of Dental Surgery)
    degree as well as advanced training programs
    leading to an Master of Science in Dentistry
    and/or a certificate in dentistry specialties.
    Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees are offered
    in oral biology, and residency training is
    available in oral and maxillofacial surgery and
    general practice. The school is a national leader
    in dentistry research.
  • Our link http//

The College of Education
  • The goal of the College is
  • seeks to build the capacities, deepen the wisdom,
    and broaden the imagination of educators and
    students in Washington and beyond. Committed to
    the success of all students, the College of
    Education works with community partners to
    address three major educational issues
    increasing access for all students to an
    excellent education advancing teaching,
    learning, and inquiry and informing public
    policy to support a democratic and just
    educational system. By offering master's and
    doctoral degrees, as well as professional
    certification programs in five major areas, the
    college is dedicated to the comprehensive
    preparation and professional development of

  • Degree offer
  • By offering master's and doctoral degrees, as
    well as professional certification programs in
    five major areas, the college is dedicated to the
    comprehensive preparation and professional
    development of educator

The College of Engineering
  • Degree offer
  • The college offers education in aeronautics
    and astronautics, civil and environmental
    engineering, chemical engineering, industrial
    engineering, electrical engineering, materials
    science and engineering, mechanical engineering,
    bioengineering, computer science and engineering,
    and technical communication, as well as several
    joint academic programs.

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  • The goal of the College is
  • The College of Forest Resources is dedicated
    to generating and disseminating knowledge for the
    stewardship of natural and managed environments
    and the sustainable use of their products and
    services through teaching, research and outreach.

  • Degree offer and the Link
  • Environmental Horticulture and Urban
    Forestry Forest Ecology Forest Soils Forest
    Systems and Bioenergy Paper Science and
    Engineering Restoration Ecology Social
    Sciences Sustainable Resource Management Wildlife

The Information School
  • The goal of the College is
  • We are inspired by information. We want everyone
    to know how vital information is to all aspects
    of life. We see a world where more effective use
    of information helps everyone discover, learn,
    innovate, solve problems, have fun, and make a
    better world. Information changes lives. We
    prepare information leaders. We research the
    problems and opportunities of information. We
    design solutions to information challenges. We
    make information work.

  • Degree offer
  • The school offers a bachelor of science in
    informatics, a master of library and information
    science, a master of science in information
    management, and a Ph.D. in information science.

The School of Law
  • The goal of the College is
  • We strives to organize, support, and promote the
    concerns of all minorities in the legal
    profession attempt to increase ethnic diversity
    in law school and the legal profession and make
    students? adjustment to law school as comfortable
    as possible by providing support.

  • Degree offer
  • The school offers the basic J.D. (Juris Doctor)
    degree as well as specialized graduate degrees in
    Asian and comparative law, intellectual property
    and technology law, tax law, and the law of
    sustainable international develop-ment, for
    persons who already have a law degree. Doctrinal,
    interdisciplinary, comparative, and
    jurisprudential courses and clinics prepare law
    students for professional careers and lives of
    public service.

The School of Medicine
  • The goal of the College is
  • The University of Washington School of Medicine
    is dedicated to improving the general health and
    well-being of the public.  In pursuit of its
    goals, the School is committed to excellence in
    biomedical education, research, and health care. 
    The School is also dedicated to ethical conduct
    in all its activities.  As the pre-eminent
    academic medical center in our region and as a
    national leader in biomedical research, we place
    special emphasis on educating and training
    physicians, scientists, and allied health
    professionals dedicated to two distinct missions
  • Meeting the health care needs of our region,
    especially by recognizing the importance of
    primary care and providing service to underserved
  • Advancing knowledge and assuming leadership in
    the biomedical sciences and in academic medicine.

  • Degree Offer
  • We Serving five northwestern states via the
    nationally recognized WWAMI program, the M.D.
    curriculum at the UW School of Medicine has
    undergone many innovative changes over the past
    30 years.  Most recently, a College system has
    been developed to provide consistent mentoring
    toward excellence in clinical skills,
    professionalism, and patient-centered care. 

The School of Nursing
  • The goal of the College is
  • The University of Washington School of Nursing is
    a top-ranked component of a research university
    with an academic health center a world-class
    school with global and local partners and part
    of a three-campus university accountable to a
    state with pressing problems in access to
    education and health care. Our missions are
    closely related to each of these environments and
    each simultaneously influences our ability to
    promote excellence in all we do. At the beginning
    of a new century, the School's overarching goals
    are to address the challenges presented by the
    health care environment and to promote excellence
    in teaching, research, and service.

  • Degree Offer and their Link
  • Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems
    (BNHS) Family and Child Nursing
    (FCN) Psychosocial Community Health (PCH)

  • Degree Offer
  • The college offers both undergraduate and
    graduate instructional programs in oceanography
    and aquatic and fishery sciences, and a graduate
    program in marine affairs. Field-oriented
    scientific activities extend from Puget Sound to
    oceans around the world.

The College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences
  • The Goal of the college
  • We focuses on marine, aquatic, and fishery
    sciences, technology, and associated social and
    policy issues. The college offers both
    undergraduate and graduate instructional programs
    in oceanography and aquatic and fishery sciences,
    and a graduate program in marine affairs.
    Field-oriented scientific activities extend from
    Puget Sound to oceans around the world.

  • You were finished the introduction of the
    college and schools in University of Washington
  • Please click the quiz button and choose the
    advanced level to help you recall the information
    of the department that you are interested

  • Quiz example (I will provide more question in the
    final project)
  • Here is the picture of the Building one in
    this map. Whats the name of building one ?
    Choose one from the fellow 5 choices

  • Correct !!
  • The answer is CENTRAL PLAZA

  • Sorry!! You got the wrong answer !!
  • Please Try it again
  • Here is the picture of the Building one in this
    map. Whats the name of building one ? Choose one
    from the fellow 2 choices

  • Sorry !! The answer is still not correct!!
  • The answer is CENTRAL PLAZA

  • Quiz Example 2 (Advanced )
  • Here is the school and college list, please click
    the one you are interested.
  • The College of Arts and Sciences
  • The College of Architecture and Urban Planning
  • The Michael G. Foster School of Business
  • The School of Dentistry
  • The College of Education
  • The College of Engineering
  • The College of Forest Resources
  • The Information School
  • The School of Law
  • The School of Medicine
  • The School of Nursing
  • The College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences

  • You choose the School of Law
  • Here are 4 pictures which one is the School of

  • Correct!! This Building is the school of Law!!

  • The goal of the College is
  • We strives to organize, support, and promote the
    concerns of all minorities in the legal
    profession attempt to increase ethnic diversity
    in law school and the legal profession and make
    students? adjustment to law school as comfortable
    as possible by providing support.
  • Here is their website Link http//

  • Sorry!! You choose the wrong answer.
  • This one is the School of Law

  • The goal of the College is
  • We strives to organize, support, and promote the
    concerns of all minorities in the legal
    profession attempt to increase ethnic diversity
    in law school and the legal profession and make
    students? adjustment to law school as comfortable
    as possible by providing support.
  • Here is their website Link http//