We have tried to come up with the logos that are most often requested.
Please note: In general, you can use the .eps files for posters and publications. It is most ideal because it is sizeable. However, programs like MS Word and PowerPoint look better using the .jpg or .png files. Feel free to contact us if you can't find what you need, or if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHOI Seal Logo
FOR PC USERS: Right click on the image or link and select "Save Image As" to save the logo
FOR MAC USERS: Click on the image or link and save to your desired location
MBL Logos and Design Standards
FOR PROPOSALS (has required 1" margin)
Please note: Open the MSWord file, change the name, title and the address at the top, and then resave as an MSWord template.
Please note: This is a tool to help you get started using PowerPoint to create a WHOI science poster. The size here is 56 x 36. We understand that you may require a different size, headings, graphic sizes, etc. We are simply offering a place to start. Good luck!
Includes title slide and designs for additional slides.
Helpful hint: For the highest resolution for print, use the .eps file. If you are putting the maps on the web or in a Word file, you can use the .jpg version.
Map of Quissett Campus, including 266 Woods Hole Road and Carlson Lane
Overview map of both campuses with northend
To upload: ftp://ftp.whoi.edu/pub/graphics/incoming
Use this to upload files that are too big to email (log in as "anonymous")
To download: ftp://ftp.whoi.edu/pub/graphics
This is where we put proofs and finished files/folders for you to view
Click here for a PDF the 2014 WHOI Calendar