I'm currently working on my thesis, and to have vector images in the document I usually just print stuff to pdf.
Why can't you do it this way? Just have photoshop print it to pdf, then converting from pdf to eps should be really easy (pdftops + ps2eps).
Since this is a logo, I want to make sure that the resulting EPS is a professional quality EPS (what ever information must be contained in it). Graphics ain't my thing so I might be mistaking.
I thought the logo would need to be regenerated in something like illustrator and since it was basically a font and simple graphic that someone that knew illustrator would be able to do in in minutes.
I just don't know and might be way off base.
(fyi - You can make an EPS from within Photoshop using a custom shape - I think thats what it is - but I don't think the EPS contains the correct information and can really only be used from within Photoshop.)