The Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) brand must have a consistent look and feel across all media. A consistent brand helps raise awareness and build trust and a connection with our audiences.
You’ll find Pritzker Molecular Engineering's official materials below. Always download the standard logos and templates provided on this page. Do not copy designs from other sources.
Download PME logo and guidelines
Review the PME identity guidelines for information and guidelines on the use of PME's logo and branded templates. Choose an .eps file for all printed materials, such as brochures, folders, and t-shirts. Choose a .png file for digital applications:
Individuals outside of the University can contact email@example.com for a logo.
Download PME templates
Use the templates below for PowerPoint presentations, letterhead, flyers, and email signatures.
- Letterhead templates: Choose between a University of Chicago-only template and a UChicago/Argonne National Laboratory co-branded template for your formal communications.
- Email signature template: Copy-and-paste this email signature template to use it with your University email account.
- Flyer templates: Choose between four flyer templates available for download. Some design elements of the template will appear screened-back when you open it in Word. These elements will be full color when you print the flyer or save it as a PDF.
- PowerPoint template: Download standard and widescreen PowerPoint templates to use for your presentations. Some slides may appear gray when you edit them, though all slides will appear white when you present them.
Communications and software courses
University of Chicago employees have free access to the courses available on LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com), including ones for software programs like PowerPoint, Excel, and Photoshop. You can also brush up on general topics such as photography, design, marketing, video, and web development using this service.
You can access LinkedIn Learning courses for free by:
- Clicking “Log In” on the LinkedIn Learning UChicago portal
- Signing in with your CNet ID and password