UF Research is a complex organization of more than 300 people spread across multiple divisions, centers and institutes which provides the infrastructure that enables thousands of faculty, staff and students to conduct more than $850 million a year in research.
To effectively share the UF Research mission with audiences both internal and external, we have developed a new brand that provides a cohesive look and feel for all UF Research communications. A brand is more than just a logo or visual mark. It represents the ethos of our organization and reflects the commitment we bring to serving our partners on campus and at funding agencies and collaborating institutions worldwide.
To simplify implementation of the new brand, we have developed this toolbox of logos and templates for UF Research staff to use in their communications, as well as guidance about how to use them. We can also provide unit-specific materials if needed.
Please use the digital files as they are provided and do not redraw, resize or modify them in any way.
If you need something specific or have questions, please contact UF Research Communications for assistance.
The following logos are PNG files, which are best suited for the web. To download the UF Research Logos to your computer, click on the image to open the lightbox. Then, right click the image and “save image as”.
The following logos are EPS files, which are for best suited for print. Click on the file for it to download. To insert the logo in a Word document, click on the “Insert” tab. Select “Pictures” then click “Picture from File.” Find and select the EPS file and click “Insert.”
Want to include your logo on a Word document? Download our templates provided below.
Use this template for documents that will go on the UF Research website, UF faculty-related announcements and other internal communications.
Use this template for documents that will go beyond UF-affiliated audiences.
Copy the following (start at your employee name and end after the logo) and paste directly into your signature editor. Replace with your information.
Position/Title at Division (ie. UF Research Communications)
University of Florida
Mailing Address Line 1
Mailing Address Line 2
If you have a specific need, please contact UF Research Communications for assistance.