[Blueboard] Asia-Phil Logo_Join the Contest
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The Ateneo de Manila University, through, ACAS, is the conduit
university for Asia-Phil. Asia-Phil shall appreciate it if you could
persuade your colleagues and students to join this logo contest -- or
if you feel artistic, why not join jourself?
Logo for Asia-Phil: Join the contest
The Asian Studies Association of the Philippines (Asia-Phil) invites
ANY current student at any level or faculty member of Ateneo de Davao,
Ateneo de Manila, Ateneo de Naga, Ateneo de Zamboanga, De La Salle
University, Lyceum of the Philippines Manila, Miriam College,
University of the East, University of Santo Tomas, and Xavier
University to design a logo for it. THE PRIZE FOR THE WINNER IS 2,000
The logo should capture the vision/mission of Asia-Phil. Parts of the
by-laws of Asia-Phil are reproduced below to serve as guide for the
contestant to visualize what Asia-Phil stands for.
The logo should be useable for letterhead, website, poster, and other
means of communication.
It should be original.
It should be in color, but equally attractive and clear when
reproduced or photocopied in black and white.
It may be done in traditional art form such as pencil or pen sketch,
brush, etc. or modern technology, such as the computer.
In whatever medium it is executed, the final product should be
transportable in JPG format, and should be resizable with ease.
The design should contain the full name of the association (Asian
Studies Association of the Philippines) and its acronym (Asia-Phil).
RULES OF THE CONTEST
1. One contestant, one entry.
2. Send the entry as email attachment to all these addresses:
acas at admu.edu.ph, lyjose at ateneo.edu, malu_barcillano at yahoo.com,
benhalili at gmail.com, baringr at dlsu.edu.ph, victorinazosa at yahoo.com,
adedios at mc.edu.ph, occaoili at ue.edu.ph, mvasco_phd at yahoo.com,
cgaite at xu.edu.ph, i.s.coordinator.addu at gmail.com
3. The Asia-Phil secretariat will logon from the day it put out this
announcement to February 28, 2011 and only entries found in the
INBOX between these days will be considered. The last time the
secretariat will logon for this purpose on February 28 is at 5:00 P.M.
If there is a discrepancy between the secretariat and the INBOX of all
the other addresses, the secretariat?s judgment will prevail over all
4. The contestant should not write his/her real name. The contestant
may either write a pen-name or simply leave the message box blank.
5. The secretariat will inform the winner by replying to the email
he/she has sent when he attached his/her entry. This is the only time
that the secretariat will ask the sender for information about
him/her, such as real name, address, and institution.
6. The judges? decision will be final. It will not entertain questions
about the decision.
7. The prize will be given to the winner through the institution?s
representative in the Asia-Phil Board of Directors.
8. All entries and copyright to them shall belong to Asia-Phil which
reserves the right to use them in any way it deems proper.
PARTS OF ASIA-PHIL BY-LAWS
Article 1: Definition
Asia-Phil is a non-stock, non-profit association of educational
institutions and organizations of similar nature whose faculty,
student body, and other professional members are engaged in Asian
studies or are interested in Asia and Asia-related affairs.
Article II: Vision/Mission
Section 1. Asia-Phil is a mutual help association that envisions an
intellectually and scholarly connected ASEAN + THREE through
activities supported by its own funds. Born on April 13, 2010, at the
time of the global financial crisis which gave birth to expectations
that Asia would show the way out of the crisis, Asia-Phil envisions
an organization of institutions that can complement the existing,
old-time funding institutions in promoting mutual understanding and
facilitating exchange of knowledge among ASEAN + THREE countries.
Section 2. Asia-Phil aims to promote mutual help, increase member
institutions? visibility in the international intellectual community,
and strengthen ties of the institutions with other institutions
abroad. In more specific terms, Asia-Phil aims
a. to give financial support to Filipino scholars on Asia when they
present papers in workshops, conferences, seminars, and similar events
held in the ASEAN + THREE countries;
b. to organize conferences and similar events in any of the ASEAN +
THREE countries, and invite scholars to present papers. Asia-Phil,
through funds collected from the member institutions, may subsidize
the expenses of the paper presenters;
c. to publish high quality works on Asia and make the publication
available to member institutions and scholars who are affiliated with
the member institutions.
Article III: Membership and Members? Privileges
Section 1. Institutional membership in Asia-Phil is by invitation as
well as voluntary application. High schools, research institutions,
colleges and universities, as well as departmental units (or their
equivalents) of colleges and universities constitute the core
membership. The invitation/application becomes official upon payment
of the membership fee.
Section 2. Individual membership is also by invitation or application
and either becomes official upon payment of the individual membership
Lydia N. Yu-Jose, Ph.D.
Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
2/F Ricardo & Dr. Rosita Leong Hall,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108
Tel: (632) 426-6001 loc. 5285/5286; (632) 926-4202
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm
Email: acas at admu.edu.ph
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