‘Ask Me’ contest asks for creativity 

From May 28 to June 4, the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences will have Concordia buzzing with more than 9 000 delegates from universities from all over Canada. To help visitors find their way around, the ‘Ask Me’ campaign has been launched.

Congress’ lead organizers are looking to enlist the help of talented Concordia students to design the logo and the look for the ‘Ask Me’ campaign that will grace informational resources (such as banners, kiosks or t-shirts and buttons on volunteers) to help visiting delegates find their way around campus.

“There are so many creative students at Concordia, we want to reach out and connect to make them a part of Congress,” says Congress 2010’s Academic Convenor Ronald Rudin. “This is a great way to show our imagination and give Congress at Concordia our own unique look.”

Using the Congress theme and logo as a starting point, and using a creative brief as reference, interested students are asked to send in their artistic concept by Dec. 4. The winner will be announced on Dec. 18 and will take home a 2GB iPod Shuffle.

For guidelines, further information or to declare your candidacy, please write to UCS Production and Advertising Coordinator Elena Raznovan or check the volunteering section of the Congress site in coming days.


Concordia University