Briefly … – 2004-10-01

By Staff October 1, 2004
  • Osram Sylvania has awarded the University of Colorado at Boulder a $50,000-per-year Lighting Education Grant geared toward providing more extensive coursework and integrating lighting engineering and technology with design and architecture.

  • A Pennsylvania State University engineering scholarship has reached its endowment goal of $100,000. The scholarship was created in memory of Dean Meyers, a civil engineer and Penn State graduate who was killed in the Washington, D.C. sniper attacks of 2002.

  • ZING Communications has announced the publication of its 2004—2005 Dimming Study. The 219-page study, sponsored by the Lighting Controls Assn., analyzes survey data from architects, lighting designers and engineers, as well as electrical and lighting distributors and electrical contractors.

  • Estrella Engineering, Orange Park, Fla., recently won an ASHRAE regional award for its design of an air-conditioning system for Fleming Island High School in Orange Park, and will now move on to the organization’s international competition.