Looking Back, Moving Forward
Since its founding in 1967, graduates of the School have been assembling an impressive list of accomplishments. The alumni chapter of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is active in sponsoring numerous career related, academic and social activities. The network of Maryland graduates constitutes an ever-expanding group of practitioners and scholars.
MAPP+D Alumni Network
Now is the time to get involved with the University of Maryland Alumni Association and, in particular, the MAPP+D Alumni Network. It is a great way to feel connected to the school and give back to the university that played such an important role in your life. There are many opportunities to make a difference for the alumni and students of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
As an alumnus, you can reconnect in a variety of ways; by being a mentor for a student; returning as a visiting critic on a review; serving as an officer for our Alumni Network or as a guest speaker, to name a few. If you would like to help out in any way, please send a note to Erica Anderson, Assistant Director of External Relations and Stewardship, at email@example.com.
Our graduates are practicing all over the world and in all different sectors of their chosen professions. The school's annual Architecture, Planning, Preservation and Real Estate Development Career and Internship Fair takes place in the spring and connects alumni from firms and companies all over the East Coast with current students and young alumni. If you would like more information on representing your firm at the career fair or attending the career fair, please contact the MAPP Career Services Office. To reach the University of Maryland Career Services center visit www.careercenter.umd.edu.
Board of Visitors to the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
The mission of the Board of Visitors is to serve as advisors, ambassadors and advocates for the School. Members of the Board of Visitors are:
Glenn Birx, Chair
Vice President, Ayers Saint Gross
Steve Parker, Vice Chair
Chairman Emeritus, Grimm + Parker
William Bonstra, Program Chair
Managing Partner, Bonstra Haresign Architects
Emily Eig, President and CEO, EHT Traceries
Tom Gallas, Chief Executive Officer, Torti Gallas + Partners
Petch Gibbons, Partner, outlier Realty Capital
Jordan Goldstein, Principal/Managing Director, Gensler
Kurt Haglund, Chief Operating Officer, rand* construction corporation
Dr. Rodney Harrell, Director, Livability Thought Leadership, AARP Public Policy institute
Dennis Jankiewicz, Chairman / CEO Emeritus, Design Collective
Alex Klatskin General Partner, Forsgate Industrial Partners
Ron McDonald, Managing Principal, RMC Development, LLC
Marshall Purnell, FAIA, Professor of Architecture, North Carolina State University, College of Design
Abe Rosenthal, Vice President of Development & Design, The Cordish Companies
Al Rubeling, President, Rubeling & Associates
Brenda Sanchez, Senior Architect/Design Manager, Smithsonian Institution
Beth Savage, Director, Center for Historic Buildings, General Services Administration
Roger Schwabacher, Principal, HOK
Craig Spangler, Principal, Ballinger
Rich Vogel, Senior Vice President, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Susan Weiler, Partner, OLIN
Steve Wiesenthal, Principal, Studio Gang Architects