As a lighting educator do you…
- Have “holes” in your lighting education?
- Desire to know what’s “new” in lighting?
- Enjoy learning in a dynamic group setting?
- Wish to enhance the educational experience for your students?
Update your knowledge and sharpen your skills…
- Experience 6-days of immersion into the latest advances in lighting technology and design tools
- Work on teams and individually in both classroom and studio instruction
- Sponsored by IES and Hubbell Lighting Solutions Center
Teachers of Lighting Workshop 2019 (TOLW)
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).
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 Hubbell Lighting Solutions 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.
- • Lighting terms
- • Psychological aspects
- • Light sources (LEDs and conventional)
- • Design process
- • Luminaires
- • Optical control
- • Lighting calculations
- • Electrical control
- • Lighting economics
- • Vision and color
- • Energy management
- • Lighting and health
- • Interior lighting design
- • Exterior lighting
- • Sustainable/LEED/WELL™
- • Codes
- • Computers as a tool
- • Daylighting and controls
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:
• Interior Design • Theatre • Building Science • Architecture • Engineering • Construction/Technology • Community Colleges/Technical Schools with Design Classes
Attendees of previous workshops, who need a refresher are also eligible. The TOLW Committee will select the attendees.
Those accepted will be notified in March 2019.
Requirements for participants:
- Participants are expected to be present throughout the workshop, attend all sessions on time and perform all assignments.
- Family members and guests cannot be accommodated.
- Personal expenses, including travel, are the responsibility of the participant.
- Some facility with geometry, algebra, trigonometry (at the level of IES document TM-1), and three dimensional drawing is expected.
- Twenty-one grants will be granted by IES to cover tuition, lodging and meals
- Attendees pay a $225 fee and their own transportation expenses
Applications must include the following:
- A letter stating – why you wish to attend – your faculty status, include tenure status – a statement of your lighting background – how will the experience affect the lighting program upon your return
- Your vitae
- A description of current lighting courses at your institution
- A letter from your department head or dean. The letter must indicate clearly the extent of your institution’s commitment to lighting education.
Submissions for the Teachers of Lighting Workshop are now closed.
Leslie Davis, IES, EIT, LC
Leslie Davis Lighting Design, Principal
Rebecca Hadley-Catter, IES, LC, LEED AP
Eaton SOURCE Lighting Education Center, Manager
Asha Hegde, Ph.D., LC, IES
Texas State University, Associate Professor Lighting and Interior Design
Mark Roush, FIES, M Arch, LC
Experience Light, Marketing Consultant, Philips LAC Faculty
Additional Faculty Support by Hubbell Lighting and industry experts
The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)
The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) is a not for profit association. The IES was founded in 1906 to establish and disseminate scientific lighting recommendations. It is a recognized authority on lighting and is dedicated to promoting the art and science of quality lighting to its members, allied professional organizations and the public.
Based in Hubbell Lighting’s LEED Silver headquarters in Greenville, S.C., the 25,000 square foot LSC serves as the centerpiece of Hubbell Lighting’s commitment to train, educate and develop solutions as lighting technology continues to evolve. It’s a collaborative environment that draws from many lighting and technology authorities including the preeminent speakers and presenters.