One of the concerns that any organization has to consider is
protecting its logos and trademarks. If we do not consistently use and protect
our marks, we face the potential of losing the rights to them. Famous examples
of trademarks that were lost are aspirin and elevator. At one time, both were
registered trade names. This is why Xerox insists that only their machines be
referred to as Xerox machines. Everyone else must call their machine a
current approved logos can be downloaded here. Be sure to review our brand guidelines prior
to using the logo. The logos are not to be altered in any way without the
express approval of IISE. Contact IISE Member and Customer Support at email@example.com with questions.
Please review the Chapters page in the IISE Brand Guidelines document linked above. There are two logo template options available, including one that allows for a chapter logo to be coupled with the IISE logo. The template can be downloaded here. Chapters must still submit their logos for approval at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Division logo files are available through IISE Membership Associate Victoria Clark at email@example.com.