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The purpose of the workshop is to provide concentrated instruction in design, science and technology of lighting to full time and part time academic faculty who currently teach and have responsibility for lighting education. The workshop curricula assumes some basic lighting knowledge (i.e. participation in lighting workshops, university course work). If you wish to discuss the amount of background required, contact RebeccaHadleyCatter@eaton.com or email@example.com.
The program combines classroom and studio instruction, and participants work both individually and in teams. Instruction is provided by senior lighting faculty representing academia, design, and industry. Participants will be involved each day from 8:00 a.m. at the Philips Lighting Center and at the hotel for evening sessions. Private room lodging will be in a hotel where the evening sessions will be held.
Note: While teaching methodology is not the main thrust, there will be a time set aside for
sharing successful learning strategies and teaching approaches. Past workshop attendees
have expressed that a wealth of pedagogical knowledge was gained through observation
during the workshop
This years workshop will include an evening in New York City working on a lighting project in Times Square sponsored by Philips.
|• Lighting terms||• Lighting calculations||• Interior lighting design|
|• Psychological aspects||• Electrical control||• Exterior lighting|
|• Light sources (LEDs and conventional)||• Lighting economics||• Sustainable design / LEED™|
|• Design Process||• Vision and color||• Codes|
|• Luminaires||• Energy management||• Computers as a tool|
|• Optical control||• Lighting and health||• Daylighting and controls|
Leslie Davis, IES, TKE, EIT-MN, LC
|Asha Hegde, Ph.D., LC
Texas State University, Associate Professor Lighting and Interior Design
|Rebecca Hadley-Catter, IES, LC, LEED AP
Eaton SOURCE Lighting Education Center, Manager
|Mark Roush, FIES, M Arch, LC
Experience Light, Marketing Consultant Philips LAC, Faculty
|Additional Faculty Support by Philips LAC|
Grants for room, board and tuition will be awarded to applicants (space limited to 21 attendees). The applicant’s only charge will be a $225 non-refundable fee at the time of acceptance.
There will be a webex prior to the workshop providing some background preparation.
This intensive lighting education experience is intended for faculty (both full and part time) with major and on-going responsibility for teaching lighting in programs of:
Applications must include the following:
Attendees at previous workshops, who need a refresher are also eligible. The TOLW Committee will select the attendees. Those accepted will be notified in April 2017.
All application materials must be submitted electronically no later than March 20, 2017.
Address inquiries and applications to:
Anastasia De Leon, IES
120 Wall Street - 17th Floor
New York, NY 10005-4001
phone: 212-248-5000 ext 101