(Feb. 24, 2011)--The UTSA Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute is conducting a logo design competition. UTSA students are invited to submit designs with the chance to win a cash prize -- $1,000 will be awarded at completion of the project with $500 for second place and $250 for third place.
>> The deadline for the first presentation is March 11. Semi-finalists will be notified March 25. The deadline for semi-finalist presentations is April 8 and competition winners will be announced April 22.
The logo should be designed and presented with two distinct components:
The logo must be have a black-and-white and RGB version with the color version containing no more than three colors. The size for submission is 640 by 480 pixels with a resolution of 72 dpi and file format jpeg. Winning entries must be in high-resolution with vector images preferred.
The logo design can:
The winner will be contracted to create symbols for the institute's areas of focus:
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