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enLIGHTen: IES International Year of Light Photo Contest 2015
In celebration of 2015 as the International Year of Light as proclaimed by UNESCO, the Emerging Professionals of IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) are giving you a reason to share your love for lighting for the next 6 months. Every month we will announce a “Theme of the Month” to which you will post “lighting” photos related to the chosen theme. You can post as many photos as you wish and at the end of each month, for bragging rights only, we will announce our favourite photo of the month. In August, a group of industry professional judges will select the top 3 entrants based on their photo originality, uniqueness, relevance to the theme of the month, activity and interaction with the public.
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The Richard Kelly Grant
2015 Call For Entries - Grant proposals must be submitted by June 30, 2015.
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The Lighting Handbook, 10th Edition
PDF version >
Print version >

Advanced Energy Design Guides: Free Download >

Model Lighting Ordinance – 2011:
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Undocumented Changes - Memorandum >

Roadway Lighting Committee Meeting >
March 26 – 27, 2015 | Houston, TX
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Section Emerging Professionals Chairs

Section EP Chair E-mail
Albany Kevin Fuscus
Anchorage Jeremy Maxie
Baltimore Joshua Winemiller
Calgary Geoff Cormier
Chicago Grant Kightlinger
Kanis Glaewketgarn
Cincinnati/Louisville Bryan Lussier
Cleveland Rinarah Reh
Columbus Duane Bear
Denver Jeff Bentley
Edmonton Heather Chappell
Fredericton Endre Raduly
Fresno Jim Bedgood
Grand Rapids Erik Rydman
Houston Thomas Herbert
Kansas City Ryan Farmer
Samira Kiger
Las Vegas Jon Foster
Los Angeles Meghan Howell
Mexico City Luis Lopez Barreiro
Milwakee Michael Smith
Catherine Hall
Minneapolis Ron Cummings
Moncton David Knickle
Portland, OR Doug Carpenter
Rochester Christopher Langton
San Francisco Marissa Tucci
Seattle Antonio Giacobbe
Toronto Tai-Lee Chen
Vancouver Eddie Tsai

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