Martians who can send a fleet of spaceships to Earth and nearly destroy the world with heat beams and giant tripod vehicles surely had excellent training science and engineering. We don't have to match the Martians, but what David Sarnoff once said--"Our children today must be inspired to become the scientists of tomorrow"--remains a reality when we face once unimaginable economic, environmental, energy, and security challenges. To follow up on our successful January field trips we need funds to develop and conduct programs for other grades.
So, to encourage more interest in science and technology to solve today’s global challenges, the David Sarnoff Library is holding a contest for design of the logo marking its events during the 70th anniversary of Orson Welles’ radio broadcast of War of the Worlds. These events on Friday-Saturday, October 24-25, will help raise funds for the Library’s educational programs, culminating in the Saturday night recreation of the broadcast in Sarnoff Corporation’s Auditorium next to the Library at 201 Washington Road, Princeton.
The logo should incorporate graphics representing the following items:
· 70th Anniversary or 1938-2008
· Grover’s Mill, New Jersey
· David Sarnoff Library
The rest is up to you! The most original, professional, and informative design will be chosen as the David Sarnoff Library’s official Martians for Education 2008 logo.
The deadline for entries is June 2. The winning logo will be unveiled at the Library’s annual meeting in June (date tba). Entries may be submitted to email@example.com or to
Martians for Education Logo Design Contest David Sarnoff Library
201 Washington Road
Princeton, NJ 08540-6449
Remember to include the following information with your entry – your name, age, address, telephone number, and e-mail address. Digital designs must be at least 300dpi tiff or hi-res jpg.
All entries become the property of the David Sarnoff Library, and will not be returned once they are submitted. The winning logo will appear on promotional material and merchandise for the Library. Entrants who are under the age of 18 need a parent or guardian to certify that they are entering this contest with permission. Individuals may submit multiple entries. Judging of this contest is based solely on the discretion of the Library’s judging panel. Prizes will be awarded to the top three designs.
So get out your thinking caps and start designing. The Martians are coming, and we need a logo that will tell the world!