Feb 9, 2017
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Susanne Seitinger

President’s Perspective

It’s a truism at this point, but the pandemic has changed how I perceive time. In some ways, the last two years have felt like Groundhog Day—most days are the same.

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National Electrical Manufacturers Association

NEMA Publishes New LED Driver Recommended Practices

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published the new white paper NEMA LS 20003-2021 Standby Power Measurements for LED Drivers—Recommended Allowances for Feature Sets Other Than Lighting for LED-driver manufacturers and testing laboratories.

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S. Leonard Auerbach

Industry Icon Elevated to Emeritus

Founder of Auerbach Pollock Friedlander/Auerbach Glasgow S. Leonard Auerbach has assumed Emeritus status after more than 50 years of practice as a lighting designer and theater consultant.

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Grand Canal Shoppes at The Palazzo

Prime Time

The Palazzo Hotel got the band back together for a retail refresh completed during overnight hours.

By Samantha Schwirck

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Mount Sinai LHRC Announces Lighting Courses

Mount Sinai LHRC Announces Lighting Courses

The Light and Health Research Center (LHRC) at Mount Sinai will be offering two courses this fall: the Online Professional Certificate Course in Lighting Design and the Online Certificate Course in Light and Human Health.

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Jae Yong Suk

CLTC Names A New Associate Director

Professor Jae Yong Suk has joined the CLTC research team as associate director and the Department of Design as an associate professor teaching courses in lighting technology and daylighting.

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Retail Reset

Retail Reset

Five lighting designers reflect on the next act for brick-and-mortar retail.

By Michele Zimmerman

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