Sunday, December 17, 2017

18/12/2017: Student logo contest for World Aquaculture 2020 Singapore

The World Aquaculture Society is holding a Student Logo Contest for the 2020 World Aquaculture meeting in Singapore

They will hold a competition to design a logo for the World Aquaculture 2020 meeting that encompasses the location (Singapore) and the theme (Next Generation Aquaculture: Innovation and Sustainability will Feed the World).

The deadline for submitting an entry is March 30, 2018 and all entries will be judged by a panel of the WA 2020 Steering Committee.

You do not need to be a WAS student member to submit a logo for this competition. Logo submissions will be eligible for this competition from any student (not strictly University Students) currently enrolled in courses or research hours.

Format Designs must be submitted electronically and be preferably in Colour and .jpg format. You don’t have to be a professional artist to participate. Submissions can be hand sketched and after evaluation will be submitted to a third party of graphic designers for construction and finishing. In addition to the logo submission each student must provide proof of their student status (Student ID or verification by an advisor).

The winner of the logo competition will receive a free one year WAS student membership AND free conference registration to World Aquaculture 2020.

Entries should be received via email at till March 30, 2018.

The logo chosen from this competition will become the property of The World Aquaculture Society since it will be used as identification and promotion of the World Aquaculture 2020 conference. The winner will be required to sign a release form giving permission for WAS to use the logo in all conference materials.

Visit the World Aquaculture Society website, HERE.

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