Note that UGA has no vice presidents OF anything; all use “for.” Do not capitalize in text unless the title precedes the name.
Synonym that can be used interchangeably for sophomore (31-60 credit hours). Hyphenate the adjective: He is in his second year; he is a second-year student.
Capitalize. Students who earn a 4.0 grade point average for the semester receive the designation Presidential Scholar; they are not technically on the dean’s list of their school or college, although the two lists are distributed together.
A category of major donors to UGA; no apostrophe.
The 22nd president of the University of Georgia.
First reference for external audiences is University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead. For internal audiences, it is UGA President Jere W. Morehead.
Second and subsequent references for news releases and Columns stories is Morehead.
Second and subsequent references for non-news writing (annual reports, alumni magazines, etc.) is President Morehead.
A president emeritus of the University of Georgia; Michael F. Adams is the other president emeritus. Always include the middle initial on first reference.
An official part of the university’s governance structure, the Cabinet reviews policy changes, the naming of facilities and the like to advise the president, who has the final authority. Cabinet members are listed on the Office of the President’s website.
The person directly responsible for overseeing the faculty, staff and students at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership in Athens. The campus dean reports to the dean of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University with accountability to the UGA senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. Michelle Nuss is the campus dean for the AU/UGA Medical Partnership.
Following the 2011 merger of the Arch Foundation for the University of Georgia and the University of Georgia Foundation, there is one Board of Trustees for the University of Georgia Foundation.
On second and subsequent references, use trustees or board of trustees. Capitalize second reference for formal usage.
Formal title is J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics. It should be capitalized like a named professorship.