Formed in 1912 as the Chicago Hospital-College of Medicine, Rosalind Franklin University brings together five colleges and over 30 graduate health profession and science programs.
The logo depicts “Photograph 51”, revealing the structure of DNA. This image was conceived of and captured by Rosalind Franklin, PhD, in 1952. In 2020, in honor of Dr. Franklin's 100th birthday we issued a Commemorative Centennial Identity.
Since rebranding the University in 2014, Ted has supported RFU with Institutional Advancement, Alumni Relations, Strategic Enrollment Management and Community Impact. Here are just a few examples:
The 3x annual publication highlights news, achievements as well as acts as a community, major donor and alumni communication vehicle.
Year in Review
The Year in Review is a summary of the institutional mission.
As an outreach health resource for Lake County and the surrounding communities, the clinics and the Community Care Connection Mobile Health bus were rebranded and in 2019.
The objective of the scholarship campaign was to raise funds with the goal of removing of economic barriers for student aspirations; strengthening the healthcare workforce; improving health and wellness outcome of populations.
The Recruitment campaign objective was to promote over 30 graduate health profession and science programs and the opportunity to attend online by utilizing a variety of targeted media.
We were asked to redesign the Roosevelt Review magazine to better reflect and articulate the academic excellence and a progressive social outlook that is inclusive, diverse and approachable.
C3 Annual Conference Materials
C3 was created specifically for physicians who specialize in interventional cardiology, vascular surgery, and interventional radiology.
Since 2008 we have branded the interactive opportunities for the attendees, including live global surgical sites and an extensive international faculty.