Category Archives: Sustainability in the Classroom

Damon A. Chaky – Department of Mathematics and Science

Damon A. Chaky is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Science at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. He conducts research in the field of environmental chemistry, particularly in the sources, transport, behavior and fate of chemical … Continue reading

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William Hilson Professsor, Graduate Communications Design Program

Bill Hilson is an adjunct professor in Pratt Institute‚Äôs Graduate Communication Design Department, serving since 1991. He was privileged to serve as Acting Department Chair during the Fall ’05 and Spring ’06 semesters. Originally trained in architecture, Prof. Hillson turned … Continue reading

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Painting Studio Safety Videos

This series of educational videos demonstrate how to properly maintain, store and dispose of hazardous solvents in the art studio. They also illustrate safety measures that all students should take when using paints, dyes and solvents in the art studio. … Continue reading

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Pratt Institute – Interior Design Sustainability Primer

Carol Crawford, a faculty member in the Interior Design Department at Pratt Institute, discusses how Interior Designers can incorporate sustainable practices and materials in design projects. Each chapter focuses on a different chapter of LEED, Leadership in Energy Efficient Design, … Continue reading

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3rd + Bond Design Build Project

3rd + Bond Design Build Project from Pratt CSDS on Vimeo. Pratt Institute partnered with Hudson Companies to outfit two of its Third + Bond condominium model residences, staged completely with Pratt designs from floor and wall coverings to home … Continue reading

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