University of Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy to offer first course to professionals June 18-21

April 10, 2013
Date Announced: 10 Apr 2013 The Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy or RMLA will offer a one-of-a-kind immersive educational opportunity for lighting professionals this summer at the University of Colorado Boulder.The RMLA’s Summer Lighting Course is scheduled for June 18-21, 2013, on the CU-Boulder campus. The course will present the theory of lighting within a practical context, making it directly applicable to the needs of those working in engineering, product development and technical sales positions.The RMLA will use an innovative approach that immerses students in a four-day college program intended to deliver an intense, focused educational experience. The program reflects the latest developments in science, technology, energy conservation and public expectations, and its content will be delivered using a mix of lecture, demonstration, laboratory work, computer exercises, and group discussion and problem solving.For more information go to http://rmla.colorado.eduThe RMLA is an extension of CU Boulder’s highly regarded Lighting Program, and it established to provide continuing education to professionals working in the lighting industry.The Lighting Program at CU Boulder would like to thank RMLA sponsors, which include the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), Besal Memorial Education Fund, IALD Education Trust, AcuityBrands, Cooper Lighting, CREE, Lutron, OSRAM Sylvania, ERCO, Philips, GE Lighting, Hubbell and WattStopper. To register go to

Sandra L. Vasconez Senior Instructor University of Colorado at Boulder 428 UCB, CEAE Department Boulder, CO 80309 303.492.7614 [email protected]

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