Graduates of the University of Manitoba are leading the way, making an impact far beyond our borders. The UM alumni community is more than 145,000 strong, living in 140 countries, demonstrating that from here you can go anywhere.
Faculty of Architecture alumni are active professionals and educators in major centres around the world. Notable graduates include John and Patricia Patkau, Richard Henriquez, John C. Parkin, Etienne Gaboury, Bill Allen and Harry Seidler, who won the 1996 Royal Institute of British Architects Royal Gold Medal.
Visit the UM Alumni web page to learn more about the university’s alumni community and to find out about the benefits and services available exclusively to UM alumni.
There are no Faculty of Architecture reunions planned at this time. If you are interested in planning one, please contact:
Read our complete guide to planning reunions at the University of Manitoba (PDF). It’s easier than you think!
How to hire a co-op and integrated work (Co-op/I) student
If you are interested in hiring a Co-op/I student from the Faculty of Architecture in a paid position, please fill out the Job Posting Submission Form (PDF) or forward the following information to our Co-op/I Coordinator, Corrine Klekta.
Please provide your:
- Company name and job title
- Job location
- Length of term
- Job description
- Job requirements / qualifications
- Application process (contact info)
Since 1993, the Partners Program has provided a strong and vital link between staff and students within the Faculty of Architecture, fostering collaboration between the university and all facets of the professional practice.
Today, numerous key business leaders work with us to cultivate a dialogue between the university and the outside world, mutually benefiting the academic community, industry, business and the professions as well as our students.
The Partners Program promotes communications between professionals, industry, educators and students to ensure that students receive an excellent professional education rich in theoretical and technical skills. This involves informing the curriculum, providing relevant community-based projects, developing cooperative education opportunities and engaging in design competitions.
Media and public relations: Getting our message out
The Partners Program provides examples of professional, academic, student and research work in print, digital and broadcast media. This helps to:
- Promote the value of design through publications
- Highlight community-based projects
- Promote design competitions
- Recognize design excellence
Community building: Matching needs and opportunities
The Partners Program helps match resources in the Faculty of Architecture with opportunities and needs in the community. This ensures the Faculty makes a net contribution to the community and enables the public to see the value of good design and planning.
Research: Putting resources to work
The Partners Program looks for opportunities to increase private sector support and leverage public sector funds to increase resources in the Faculty and funding support for students.
Events: Connecting the community
The Partners Program sponsors a variety of events throughout the year, including the Year End Exhibition and Food for Thought talks with design professionals.
Corporate and individual members
Enjoy connection and benefits.
The Partners Program has proven to be a unique and outstanding example of the synergy that is created between the academic community, industry, business and professions. The synergy is a special blend of the research acumen on the part of the Faculty of Architecture and its outreach initiatives into the communities of Manitoba, and the knowledge, experience and capabilities of industry and practitioners. Members also gain access to the Faculty of Architecture FABLab and workshop.
Membership is open to any professional or industry partner who would like to be connected to the Faculty of Architecture. Through your membership you will be invited to engage with the students and faculty members.
Annual membership fee
Corporate member: $1,000
Alumni or community member: $500
Membership is open to both individuals and businesses.
- Johanna Hurme / Sasa Radulovic, 5468796 Architecture Inc.
- Lee McCormick, Architecture 49
- Alan Barkman / Adrian Price, Barkman Concrete Ltd.
- Karen Shanski, BLDG Architecture Office Inc.
- Michael Robertson, Cibinel Architects Ltd
- Rob O'Toole, Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd.
- Jeff DiBattista, Dialog
- Peter Tielmann, EQ3
- Marten Duhoux, ft3 Architecture Landscape Interior Design
- Monica Giesbrecht, HTFC Planning & Design
- Jack Kobayashi, Kobayashi + Zedda Architects Ltd.
- Mark Pauls, Manitoba Hydro
- Jeffrey Dolovitch, Manitoba Masonry Institute
- Christina Legris, Number TEN Architectural Group
- Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba (PIDM)
- Lindsay Oster, Prairie Architects Inc.
- Gerry Price, Price Industries
- Michael Banman, Stantec Architecture
- Dean Syverson, Unit 7 Architecture Inc
- Faculty Member
- Dean, Faculty of Architecture
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