Office of Research Development Logo Design Challenge

February 10, 2016

The winner will receive a $150 Visa Gift Card!

 

Unleash your creativity!

The Office of Research Development needs help designing a logo for their “science café” program called, “Sips of Science.”

 

What is Sips of Science?

UT Dallas faculty members present their research in layman’s terms in public spaces such as coffee shops, bars, and restaurants around the area. Past presentations include robotics, social media, white-collar crime, and autism. The program is committed to promoting public engagement with science and making science accountable by bringing it out of the classroom and into the public.

 

Rules for logo submission:

Must include title “Sips of Science”

Must include tagline “Drinks are on you. Knowledge is on us.”

 

How to submit your design:

Submit your design via this link by the end of the day on Friday March 11, 2016.

Please upload your design as a high-resolution JPG or PNG. The winner, once chosen, will be asked to provide the original Photoshop or Illustrator file.

 

Everything else:

The designs will be reviewed and the winner selected by ORD staff.

Only one design will be chosen as the overall winner and announced on March 21st.

The winner will be contacted via their UTD email account and then announced via Twitter (@UTDResearch) and Facebook (SipsofScience).

In the case of a team designed logo, only one $150 Visa Gift Card will be given to the team.

 

To be eligible to win, you must be a current UT-Dallas student.

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