The department nameplates listed below are available for download in three formats.
EPS files are vector graphics created in Adobe Illustrator and saved with a tiff preview so they will display properly when used in a word processing software such as MS Word or a pagination software such as InDesign. Because of the tiff preview, the element will display with a white box behind it if placed over a screened background in these programs but will print on a Postscript laser printer without the white box.
If you use a Macintosh and wish to remove the white box, you can open the element in a program like Adobe Illustrator and resave it. Unlike bitmap graphics, vector graphics can be enlarged and still retain a smooth resolution on your laser prints.
Note: When downloading an EPS file you may get a file with a PS extension. You will then need to change its extension to EPS.
Note: Without the proper software you may not be able to open the design element, but you do not need to open it to place it and resize it in a document.
TIFF files are best for use with HP PCL (non-Postscript) laser printers but also work well on Postscript printers if they are not enlarged. They will look jagged if enlarged too much. Also, they will print with a white background. We recommend that you use the EPS version if possible.
The JPEG version is appropriate for electronic usage in PowerPoint presentations and web design.
Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering