Branding and Identity Guidelines
UChicago Medicine brand resources can be found at branding.uchospitals.edu; from there, users can download logos, PowerPoint templates, and more (you must be connected to the UChicago network to access this site). UChicago identity guidelines can be found at the UChicago Creative website.
When creating an item for a student organization (apparel, tote bag, travel mug, etc.) with the Pritzker name included, students should try to include the official Pritzker logo on some visible portion of the item, unless it is cost-prohibitive (i.e. requires extra screens or color). The logo should not be warped, nor should it be manipulated so as to include only a portion of the complete logo. Contact Candi Gard to request a logo and to ask for institutional approval.
When presenting a scholarly poster highlighting research work, students may use the official Pritzker logo on the poster to indicate an affiliation with the institution. If a student is presenting a poster on Pritzker-sanctioned student-related activities or volunteer work, they may also use the Pritzker logo; Paige Fairchild has a poster template for students. She also has an official Pritzker PowerPoint template that is available for presentations.
Websites for Student Organizations
Students and faculty affiliated with the University of Chicago may request a University of Chicago branded website from UChicago Voices. UChicago Voices sites are designed to be easy to update and manage, and to take advantage of best practices in web design. They are also mobile-friendly. Contact Candi Gard for permission to use the Pritzker logo on your site.
Students should not use the full University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine name or logo in videos of student productions (senor skit, talent shows) unless they receive permission from James Woodruff, MD, Dean of Students. Students should get permission to post the video from all classmates who appear in the production before posting online.
Student organizations may request the use of the Pritzker letterhead for purposes such as soliciting funding from external audiences or applying for grant funding. Email Tyler Lockman with your requested letter in a Word document. If approved for use, she will format it on Pritzker letterhead and email you a digital/PDF copy.
In general, letterhead for publication submissions should be supplied by the faculty mentor/lab who is serving as the first author or corresponding author. Students serving as first authors who are not associated with a specific faculty mentor or lab should contact Tyler Lockman to request that the submission be formatted on Pritzker letterhead.