University of Calgary

Jeanette Burman

  • Administrative Assistant - DRP
  • +1 (403) 220-7173


Jeanette (she/her) assists Dr. Barrie R. Nault, Distinguished Research Professor in Business Technology Management in the Haskayne School of Business and director of the Informatics Research Centre (iRC) at the University of Calgary, in administration, teaching, and research related to the econometrics of Information Technology in organizational operations and business management.

Jeanette has a background in non-profit managment and coordination in Calgary's arts communities. She has been working at the University of Calgary in different capacities since 2003 including Library and Cultural Resources and Faculty of Arts, and has been assisting Dr. Nault in the Haskayne School of Business since 2014. She completed a Master's of Environmental Design, MEDes, thesis program from the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL, previous Faculty of Environmental Design) at the University of Calgary in 2018; and she completed a Built and Landscape Heritage Conservation Graduate Certificate in 2021. She began her undergraduate studies at Mount Allison University, completing a Bachelor of Arts in Art History at the University of Calgary from the Department of Fine Arts (previously known as) in 2010. She has presented and published co-authored research at international design conferences, and she has recently presented guest lectures about her thesis topic for SAPL students studying place and design.


Burman, J. (2018). A Phenomenology of Campus Radio Landscapes: Place, Design, and Resiliency in Canada (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

Photograph of Jeanette Burman


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