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Thrive Logos and Standards

Through the Thrive initiative, each office and group contributes to the wellbeing of the Wake Forest University community.  Incorporate these individual dimension logos into your marketing to show how your efforts support a community committed to health and wellbeing.

You are team Thrive.

 


Example: Use of the Emotional Wellbeing logo

The Practice of Mindfulness and Emotional Wellbeing Series  Emotional

Each Tuesday in April starting on the 5th
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Benson University Center Room 410

 

This four session class offers a structured exploration of tending and befriending emotions through mindfulness practices. Team-taught by faculty in neurobiology and the humanities with extensive background in the practice and study of meditation, each session will combine a 30 minute mindfulness practice with a short lecture on topics in the intersection of emotions and mindfulness,  and a discussion and reflection segment. At the end of the four sessions……Facilitated by: Dr. Ulrike Wiethaus, Fadel Zeidan, PhD

To register:  https://pdc.wfu.edu/event/10081/


Instructions to download:
1. Click on the leaf – to download a Zip file with three different graphic options.
2. Double click on the .Zip file (should be at the bottom on your screen) to unzip the file
3. Double click on the image to view and save.

What type of file do you need?
The three file types in the .zip file are:

.jpg – This graphic is used for websites and email.

.png –This graphic will allow you to put the graphic on a web page with a clear background. This format is a larger files and may take longer to download.

.eps – This graphic great for printed materials such as brochures and magazines.

*Also see the Thrive branding standards usage at the bottom of this page.

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*Thrive Logo Usage
For all permitted uses of the Thrive trademark –
the logo is not altered (other than size) Everyone likes them just the way they are! –the logo is not the most distinctive or prominent feature on your website, printed material or other content. –do not use the logo in a way that is harmful, deceptive, obscene or otherwise objectionable to the average person. –do not use the logo in connection with content that disparages us or sullies the Thrive reputation.