Spring 2002
PNWMAA Newsletter
Section News Briefs
Section Bylaws
Section Logo Contest
PNW Project NExT
MathFest 2002
Section Officers

 


Section Logo Contest

  
The Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA announces a contest to design an official logo for our Section. The logo will be used both online and as a part of printed documents such as the section newsletter. As a prize, the designer of the winning logo will be given two books published by the MAA. The winner also receives official bragging rights for years to come as the logo continues to appear in section materials. 

The following are some guidelines for logo designs:

  • The logo should have some mathematical content. When the logo is submitted, it should be accompanied by a description of its mathematical significance and a brief description of how it was created.
     

  • While it is not absolutely essential, including some theme which is distinctive to the Pacific Northwest would be considered a strong plus.
     

  • You are permitted to incorporate the national MAA logo (the icosahedron) into your logo design. A copy of the national logo as a GIF file is available here.
     

  • Use of color is permitted (and encouraged). However, the logo should also look good when printed in grayscale since it is not always possible to use color in printed documents. It is also desirable for it to be possible to photocopy the logo.
     

  • Some examples of MAA logos found online are shown below.

Logo designs should be submitted by e-mail to Brian Gill at bgill@spu.edu. Questions regarding the contest should also be directed to Brian Gill. The new deadline for submissions is June 1, 2002. The winning design will be announced at the section meeting in Portland.  The logo will be then used as a part of future publications of the section. 

 

Iowa Section



National MAA Logo

 


Logo used for Spring 2001
Pacific Northwest section meeting


New Jersey Section

 

Indiana Section

 

Copyright 2001
Pacific Northwest Section, Mathematical Association of America.
Send questions or comments to Brian Gill, Newsletter Editor, or call (206) 281-2954.