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Brand Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purdue CS Logos

Download the approved Purdue CS logos from the Purdue brand website.

Visit Marketing & Media's Online Brand Guide for Purdue's official colors, typography, graphic elements and brand essence.   


Email Signature

Visit Purdue's email signature generator to create your custom signature.

Purdue email signature

 


Purdue and Campus Images

Access the Purdue Marketing and Communications' photo library for brand approved images.


At-Home Photography

Due to the pandemic, often times we are relying on images captured by non-professional photographers. Use this document for art direction to create quality usable images at home with a phone camera.


Department Letterhead

Word: Download Letterhead Template (last updated January 2020)

LaTeX: Download Letterhead class for LaTeX (last updated February 2020)

Or, if on a CS Department Linux machine, use the pulet document class.


Branded Purdue CS PowerPoint Template

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Science Writing and Communication

The department promotes scientific communication and content by faculty. Contact Emily Kinsell to begin.
There are three main ways we generate and communicate the scientific work in the department.

  1. Through articles written within the department and published in our news
  2. Through the Purdue News Service, our dedicated science writer is Brittany Steff
  3. Through Purdue's relationship with The Conversation – in depth analysis, research, news, and ideas from leading academics and researchers. Faculty submit pieces in their area of expertise and work with an editor at The Conversation.
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2021 10:14 AM

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