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Tell us what you need
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Science of Philanthropy Initiative -- Evidence-Based Research on Charitable Giving
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
We are looking for a sleek and sophisticated logo to help define an innovative collaboration called the Science of Philanthropy. SPI will be based out of the University of Chicago. SPI has several world-renown economists and psychologists (Dr. John List, Dr. Jean Decety and Dr. Anya Samak (see more info)) who will be conducting over 25 field and lab experiments to explore the motivations behind philanthropy. SPI will also be collaborating with philanthropic organizations and individuals to assist with the research and to apply the findings to their charitable work and endeavors. We will also be hosting a conference to share our findings and to foster partnerships between the fields academia and philanthropy.
We would like the logo to communicate:
a. Evidence-based research
b. Renowned social scientists
c. Partnership with charitable organizations
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
We would like the logo to incorporate both image and text.
"SPI" can be incorporated into the design.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
We seek to advance the science of philanthropy with evidence-based research intended to inform practitioners and policy makers. We believe the resulting increase in overall giving will benefit individuals as well as humankind.
Our Principal Investigators' Bios
John List, Ph.D
Homer J. Livingston Professor in Economics and Chairman of the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago.
John List is the Science of Philanthropy Initiative director, project leader, and principal investigator. Johns research focuses on using economic theory and empirical tools to further economic sciences. He is passionate about using field experiments to explore economic data. John is considered an expert in the science of philanthropy. He has published over 13 papers in peer-reviewed journals that utilizes large-scale field experiments to investigate charitable giving. His research on philanthropy has also been showcased in various media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Chronicle of Philanthropy, and the New York Times.
For more information: http://home.uchicago.edu/jlist/
Anya C. Samak, Ph.D
Assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Human Ecology.
Anya Samak is a co-investigator of the Science of Philanthropy Initiative. Anyas research agenda is focused on two broad interests: decision-making under different information settings and environments, and identifying motivations for the economic choices that individuals makes in different contexts.
For more information: https://mywebspace.wisc.edu/asamak/web/
Jean Decety, Ph.D
Irving B Harris Professor with a primary appointment in the Department of Psychology and a secondary appointment in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Chicago.
Jean Decety is a co-investigator to the Science of Philanthropy Initiative. Jeans research is focused on the neurobiological mechanisms underpinning social cognition, particularly emotion, empathy, moral reasoning, pro-social behavior and more generally, interpersonal processes.
For more information: http://home.uchicago.edu/~decety/jean_cv...
For more information about the University of Chicago: www.uchicago.edu
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