Communications Resources

Use our communications resources to find faculty experts, high resolution imagery, department identities, branding guidelines and visual guidelines.

Faculty Experts

Our Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics faculty can be found listed alphabetically in the faculty directory, where they can be searched by research area/s.

Image Library

You may download high resolution images highlighting our research, faculty, student projects, events and other areas.

School/Department Identities (Logos)

Please reference the Visual Guidelines when using the official ASE/EM identities.


ASE/EM branded Power Point templates for presentations/flyers and UT Letterhead templates are available here.

Poster Design Guidelines

These poster design guidelines have been developed specifically for students who are creating research posters for the department’s graduate recruiting event. Please be sure to follow all other visual guidelines, including suggested fonts, UT color palette and the official ASE/EM wordmark.

UT Office of Trademark Licensing

Use of the official UT Austin wordmark, the UT Tower, The UT Austin seal, Bevo and other UT protected marks MUST be approved through the Office of Trademark Licensing. View a list of protected marks here.

NOTE: Use the Internal Campus Request Portal to submit requests for use of these marks and find a list of UT approved vendors.

Communications Contact

Kendra Harris
Communications Coordinator, ASE/EM Dept.
Office: 512-471-4234

Please note that the official UT Austin identities should not be altered in any way. Please reference the Cockrell School's Brand Standards Manual when using the identities below. 


The Formal Signature below is the primary identity for ASE/EM and is to be used most often.

Cockrell CMYK formal ASE EM 
Download all Formal Signature Files

Informal Branded

The Informal Branded Signature is the secondary identity for the Cockrell School and is to be used for specific purposes and materials. It includes two parts: "Texas Engineering" and a variation of the Formal Signature. When using the Informal Branded Signature, both parts must be used within the same piece but never stacked together.

Texas Engineering informal logo

                                               Cockrell RGB inf brand a2 ASE EM

Logo Requests

If you are a student organization interested in using the UT Austin or Cockrell School logos, contact Justin Brady-Joyner, Director of Engineering Student Life.

If you are not affiliated with the Cockrell School or UT Austin and would like to request to use the logos, please contact Cockrell School Communications at

If you are creating a promotional item, you must have the item approved through Trademark Licensing.

NOTE: These guidelines have been developed specifically for students who are creating research posters for the department’s graduate recruiting event. Please be sure to follow the Cockrell School's visual guidelines, including suggested fonts, UT color palette and the official ASE/EM identities.

Guidelines for faculty member research posters can be found here.


27” x 39” in portrait layout NOTE: It is especially important to adhere to the size specifications for uniformity and consistency if you are developing this poster for the department-hosted graduate recruiting event.


Print-ready PDF (export to highest resolution available)


White is recommended for the background.  Be sure to include a margin/border of at least 1" on all sides of your poster.


Use the highest resolution possible for all images. 300 dpi is preferred, or eps images work well too since they are scalable.


The Cockrell School of Engineering follows The University of Texas at Austin's font recommendations.

Benton Sans/Benton Sans Condensed is the preferred primary font. GT Sectra is a secondary font. Both typefaces are available worldwide in PC and Apple formats. Arial is also acceptable for posters.


It’s okay to have a variety of colors in the posters. For suggestions on colors to use in sidebars, charts, graphs, follow UT’s official color palette here

ASE/EM Identities (Logos)

Please be sure to follow the Visual Guidelines when using the official ASE/EM identities.

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Longhorn Maker Studio

As an ASE/EM student, you'll have access to the Longhorn Maker Studio, a makerspace open to engineering students of all disciplines which can be used for class projects, student teams, to test ideas, or just for fun.

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Support Our Students

Our student groups rely on external funding. Learn how you can support our students.

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Student Organization Policies

Student organizations must follow school and university guidelines for travel, reimbursement, and corporate relations.

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