Michelle Leung

Michelle Leung

Winnipeg, MB, CA



Michelle graduated with her Master of Architecture from The University of Hong Kong in 2015, and completed her Bachelor of Environmental Design with a focus in Architecture from The University of Manitoba in 2013. Having been educated and trained in Hong Kong for 2 years and surrounded by a different architectural context: cultural history, and political situation; Michelle has an enriched perspective and understanding of architecture, architectural discourse, and practise.

Michelle has worked in offices, as a summer student, in Montreal, Dongguan (China), and Hong Kong. She brings a broad range of skills from her background in Architecture and Design and from her interests in music, art, and travel. She is thoughtful, progressive, detail oriented and sensitive towards the phenomenology of a place.

Her strengths include technical skills such as Revit, Rhinoceros, CAD, graphic design, and artistic rendering. Michelle has a keen focus for producing high quality, thoughtful work, and her desire to learn and grow are assets in her ever expanding role in Stantec’s Buildings Group

Michelle is interested in exploring architecture as an art, technology, environmental agent and a medium to navigate the richness and diversity of the architectural practice. She embrace the idea that architecture embodies and engages our most fundamental desires and aspirations. Michelle believes that architecture has the potential to influence, and mediate political and cultural acts as well as translate those thoughts into the built environment. She welcome the opportunity to further my education and continue to find creative ways to look at architecture.


City of Winnipeg, Water and Waste Department, Winnipeg, MB, CA, Summer Intern/Clerk

Payment Processing, Lawyer Letters, Correspondence, Interaction with Public at City Hall

Jan 2015 - current

AGC Design, Hong Kong, HK, Summer Design Intern/Architectural Assistant

Design, Drawing (AutoCad), 3D Modeling (Rhino, SketchUp), Working with Construction Documents

Jun 2014 - Aug 2015

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, CA, Teaching Assistant- Faculty of Architecture, Environmental Design Program

Preparing, Attending Lectures, Grading

Sep 2012 - May 2013

Plugin Construction Solutions, Montreal, QC, CA, Summer Design Intern

Design, Drawing (AutoCad), 3D Modeling (Rhino, Revit), Working with Construction Documents

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011


The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, HK, MArch, Master of Architecture

Sep 2013 - Aug 2015

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, CA, Bachelors, Environmental Design (Architecture Option)

Sep 2008 - May 2013


Peggy Jackson Seed Bursary Award in Architecture, 1st Place

A student who is enrolled full-time in the third year of the Environmental Design program, specifically in the Architecture option; has achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5; has demonstrated involvement with extra-curricular activities, both at the University and in the wider community; has demonstrated a talent for creativity and innovation through work completed in the program; and has demonstrated financial need on the standard University of Manitoba bursary form.


UMSU Bursary, Grant


Canadian Merit Scholarship Foundation (Loran Award)- Semi Finalist, Other

Every year, the Loran Scholars Foundation invests in exceptional young Canadians who demonstrate character, service and leadership. We look for qualities that a transcript alone cannot show: personal integrity and character; commitment to service and an entrepreneurial spirit; breadth in academic and extra-curricular interests; strongly developed inner-directedness; and outstanding overall potential for leadership. Through the country’s most rigorous and personalized selection process, which includes interviews at the regional and national level, we select the top 30 of approximately 3,600 applicants as Loran Scholars.

Each Loran Scholar receives an award valued at up to $100,000 for their undergraduate studies. For four years, they receive the mentorship, financial independence and opportunities to seek out how they can most effectively contribute to society. Graduating scholars join a network of nearly 400 alumni who support each other as they take on leadership responsibilities beyond their years in business, public policy, medicine, law, academia, the arts and many other disciplines.


Manitoba Youth Leadership Scholarship - Government of Manitoba, Scholarship

The Youth Leadership Scholarship Program recognizes students who have engaged in meaningful leadership and citizenship volunteer activities during the past year that were targeted at promoting healthy living in their communities and schools.

Two hundred scholarships of $500 each are available to Manitoba students. Scholarships may be used to attend post-secondary studies at any recognized post-secondary institution


Variety Leadership in the Community Scholarship, Scholarship

Variety, the Children’s Charity of Manitoba relies heavily on volunteer and community support in order to fulfill its mandate of serving children with special needs in our province.

To encourage young people to become involved, Variety, together with title sponsor MTS, awards a $2,000 scholarship annually in June to a Manitoba high school Senior 4 student who has demonstrated exceptional community leadership by volunteerism and service to others. To qualify, the graduating student must be pursuing a post-secondary education university or college within Manitoba.


Fort Richmond Collegiate Humanitarian Award, Award

Fort Richmond Collegiate Humanitarian Award – is presented to two students. One who has overcome learning difficulties in order to succeed, and to another who shows compassion and support for others.


Mary Mother of the Church 25th Anniversary Award, 1st Place


St Paul's College Entrance Scholarship, 1st Place

St. Paul's College awards several Entrance Scholarships each year. The College's Entrance Scholarships are awarded on the basis of membership at St. Paul's College, outstanding academic achievement, and demonstrated concern and leadership skills within the community. In order to qualify, students must include at least one 3 credit hour course at the College as part of their University 1 program.


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