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2020 SRBR Logo Competition

Unleash YOUR Creativity! 

Participate in the SRBR 2020 Logo Competition

 

Dear SRBR members,
Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature.
– Cicero
I am pleased to announce the opening of the SRBR 2020 Logo Competition, which seeks submissions for artwork to adorn the SRBR 2020 meeting. Anyone may submit artwork to be considered for the meeting logo, but only student and postdoctoral trainee members will be eligible for the top three prizes: a 2020 membership to the Society and free registration to the upcoming meeting.
Please submit artwork at the SRBR website by July 25th for consideration. The Logo Committee (Carrie Partch, Andrew Liu, Luciano DiTacchio, Jen Hurley, Sarah Reese and Adam Seluzicki) will convene and select the winning artwork, which will grace SRBR t-shirts and marketing material for the meeting.
CLICK HERE to submit your logo design!
CLICK HERE for detailed instructions!
All initial submissions must be vector artwork in PDF format; if selected, we will need an Illustrator-editable EPS or SVG file. By submitting your art for this competition, you certify that the work is your own and does not contain copyrighted elements, and that you allow the SRBR to use your artwork for any activities, documents, or web sites without additional permissions from you or additional compensation.
All submissions will be posted on the SRBR website after the votes are tallied, garnering you the respect and accolades of your peers. The deadline for submissions has been extended until July 25th, 2019.
I look forward to seeing what you can do!
Carrie Partch, Ph.D.
Logo Committee Chair

Congratulations to our 2018 Logo Competition winners! These artists will receive a 2018 membership to the Society and free registration to the upcoming meeting.

Laura-Ana Cuciureanu, B.Sc. York University, Toronto, Canada

1st Place: Laura-Ana Cuciureanu, B.Sc.

 

Graduate Student, York University

Runner Up: Laura Kervezee, Ph.D. Post Doctoral Fellow, McGill University

Runner Up: Laura Kervezee, Ph.D.
Post Doctoral Fellow, McGill University

Runner Up: Miriam Ben-Hamo, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Washington

Runner Up: Miriam Ben-Hamo, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Washington