Not Facilities Operations.
Formerly Parents Day.
Capitalize only proper names when referring to fellowships and their recipients.
Mellon fellowships, Mellon fellows.
The field station consists of 11 reserves in Douglas, Jefferson, and Anderson counties, totaling more than 3,500 acres of nature preserves, an education center, a student farm, research areas, and public trails. Established in 1947, the field station is managed by the Kansas Biological Survey, a KU research center.
When referring to the KU sports venue named for longtime basketball coach Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, fieldhouse is one word.
The fight song is "I'm a Jayhawk."
The department is housed within the School of the Arts.
Do not use “Office” or “Department" with this unit name.
The H. Bernerd Fink Award for Outstanding Classroom Teaching. Note the spelling of Bernerd.
Do not use. Now the Center for Orientation & Transition Programs, which implements programs that assist new undergraduates with academic, social, and personal transitions to KU.
The university fiscal year is July 1 to June 30. It's identified by the calendar year in which it ends: Fiscal 2015 ended June 30, 2015. FY 2015 is acceptable for campus publications.
Do not use. Use international students.
On second reference, Fort Hays State.
Twelve distinguished professorships created by a partnership between KU and the state of Kansas. Capitalize Foundation Distinguished Professor in all instances.
Now called the University Advising Center.
Fulbright grants are awarded by the Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State under guidelines established by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.