The Graduate Student Services Co-ordinator assists graduate students throughout their academic and research endeavours. Emmy acts as a resource and liaison with other UW departments and does everything to guide and encourage graduate students, ensuring a smooth and timely move toward the thesis defence.
Nicole is responsible for booking and coordinating events at the School. She also administers the teaching evaluations and assists with field trip coordination. Nicole provides support to the undergraduate and graduate academic programs, and offers support with the Lecture Series.
Fred manages installed AV equipment and equipment loans including cameras, audio recorders and sound systems. Fred records uWaterloo lectures when ever possible and provides photography services to the University Of Waterloo.
Fred is available for consultation and training in photography, video, audio recording, AV set up in classrooms and off sight events.
As the Workshop Technician, Dan is primarily responsible for making sure the workshop is a safe environment for the school community to work in. He is responsible for supervising and instructing undergraduate and graduate students in the operation of the workshop equipment while educating users in proper safety practices. Dan also assists other staff and faculty members in the construction of various exhibits and installations within the school and community.
Heinz manages the Workshop and the Digital Fabrication Lab. He graduated with honours in Industrial Design from the Humber Institute of Technology in 1989 and has more than 18 years experience in product design and development for consumer products, exhibits and furniture. Heinz has taught advanced modeling at Humber’s industrial Design Program and has worked for the WideCom Group, Museum Productions and Contour Inc., working with clients such as Apple, Nike, IDEO, Fitch and Microsoft. He has also worked as a furniture designer for 10 years with Krug Inc., where he served as Head of Product Design. Awards for his designs include the Interior Design Magazine’s Best of The Year Award, the APEX Award for Excellence and the Best of NeoCon Silver Award. In addition to his role as workshop manager, Heinz is an adjunct faculty member.
Matthew is responsible for the daily operation and management of the Architecture Computing & Media Department (ACM). He is responsible for the planning, procurement, and implementation of information technology systems and other communication services for the School of Architecture, Cambridge satellite campus. Matthew ensures that the daily operations of the ACM department meet the computing needs of the school’s academic, research and administrative activities.
The Undergraduate Student Services Co-ordinator is responsible for the undergraduate student community body in all aspects of the programme. Questions pertaining to any undergraduate issues can be referred to Colleen for an answer, resource, referral to the correct person to answer the question, or assistance in resolving the concern. You may recognize Colleen from any recruiting or admissions event you attended, as Colleen is also responsible for these areas of the undergraduate programme.
This position is responsible for strategic planning and support, human resources administration, financial oversight management of facilities and equipment in a satellite campus, maintaining relationships with external organizations and other administrative functions required to support the teaching and research missions of the School of Architecture. The Administrative Officer is the senior administrative staff position in the department and provides continuity as academic leadership changes.
Alfredo provides support, consulting, and training to the faculty, staff, and students at the Architecture campus. His responsibilities include troubleshooting client computer issues, providing instruction and training for school services (printing, wireless access, shared resources, and information systems) and maintaining school computing equipment (three computer labs, multifunction printer/copier/scanners, large format plotters).
The Academic Administrative Manager regulates the operation of the Main Office to ensure the Waterloo Architecture Cambridge community has every available resource at hand. Although not directly involved with student programmes, this position actively supports the Student Services Coordinators, the Resource Assistant, faculty members, and all other support staff in administration of their responsibilities at the School.
Amy is responsible for the day-to-day administration and maintenance of the Architecture web site. She manages the student supply store and is responsible for hiring, training and supervising the co-op students that work at the ACM Help Desk/supply store. Amy provides administrative and financial support for the ACM department, and maintains the electronic key system, including maintenance of electronic locks and battery-operated doors.
The Undergraduate Student Services Co-ordinator is responsible for the undergraduate student community body in all aspects of the programme. Questions pertaining to any undergraduate issues can be referred to Donna for an answer, resource, referral to the correct person to answer the question, or assistance in resolving the concern. You may recognize Donna from any recruiting or admissions event you attended, as Donna is also responsible for these areas of the undergraduate programme.