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  • New Music Week: March 11-18, 2018
    January 31
    New Music Week is a week of concerts and lectures showcasing contemporary music in the Lewis & Clark Department of Music during March 11-18, 2018. All are welcome to attend!

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    • Bain
      Jeffrey Bain Faculty Scholar
      Jeffrey Bain Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law Michael Blumm
      Jeffrey Bain Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law Susan Mandiberg
      Michael Blumm, Jeffrey Bain Faculty Scholar and professor of law
      Susan Mandiberg, Jeffrey Bain Faculty Scholar and professor of law
    • Kitagawa and Johnson-Laird
      Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird Intellectual Property Faculty Scholar
      Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird Intellectual Property Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law Lydia Loren
      Lydia Loren, Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird Intellectual Property Faculty Scholar and professor of law
    • Newell
      Douglas K. Newell Faculty Scholar
      Douglas K. Newell Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law John Bogdanski
      John Bogdanski, Douglas K. Newell Faculty Scholar and professor of law
  • But Department of Sociology and Anthropology

  • A
    Agnes Flanagan Chapel, Flanagan Chapel, the chapel
    Akin Hall
    Albany Quadrangle, Albany
    Alder Hall
    Alumni Circle
    Aubrey R. Watzek Library, Watzek Library, the library
    B
    John E. and Susan S. Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Bates Center
    Biology-Psychology
    BoDine
    Paul L. Boley Law Library, Boley Law Library, the law library
    Bookstore (the)
    C
    Campus Safety
    Agnes Flanagan Chapel, Flanagan Chapel, the chapel
    Chester E. McCarty Classrooms, McCarty
    C. Howard Hall (residence hall)
    Cooley House (not the Cooley House or The Cooley House)
    Copeland Hall
    Corbett Annex
    Corbett House (not the Corbett House or The Corbett House)
    Council Chamber
    D
    Diane Gregg Pavilion, Gregg Pavilion
    Dovecote Café
    U.G. Dubach Student Lounge, Dubach Student Lounge
    E
    East Hall
    Holmes Gardens, Edna Holmes Gardens (historically, East Terrace and Estate Gardens)
    Evans Auditorium
    Evans Music Center
    F
    Facilities Services
    Fred W. Fields Center for the Visual Arts, Fields Center, the visual arts center
    Fields Dining Room
    Fir Acres, Fir Acres Estate
    Fir Acres Theatre, the theatre
    Fix Track
    Agnes Flanagan Chapel, Flanagan Chapel, the chapel
    Forest Complex
    Frank Manor House (not the Frank Manor House or The Frank Manor House)
    Fred W. Fields Center for the Visual Arts, Fields Center, the visual arts center
    G
    Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Hoffman Gallery, the gallery
    Gantenbein
    Gordon H. Smith Hall, Smith Hall
    Graduate Campus (historically, South Campus)
    Greenhouse
    Diane Gregg Pavilion, Gregg Pavilion
    Griswold Stadium
    H
    Hartzfeld Hall
    Heating and Cooling Plant
    Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Hoffman Gallery, the gallery
    Holmes Gardens, Edna Holmes Gardens (historically, East Terrace and Estate Gardens)
    Holmes Hall, Edna Holmes Hall (residence hall)
    C. Howard Hall (residence hall)
    James F. Miller Center for the Humanities, Miller Center, the humanities center
    J
    James F. Miller Center for the Humanities, Miller Center, the humanities center
    John E. and Susan S. Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Bates Center for Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Bates Center
    John R. Howard Hall, J.R. Howard Hall
    James F. Miller Center for the Humanities, Miller Center, the humanities center
    Huston Sports Complex
    Juniper Hall
    L
    Law Campus
    Paul L. Boley Law Library, Boley Law Library, the law library
    Legal Research Center
    Aubrey R. Watzek Library, Watzek Library, the library
    Louise and Erskine Wood Sr. Hall, Wood Hall
    M
    Manzanita Hall
    Maggie’s Café and Convenience Store, Maggie’s Café, Maggie’s
    McAfee
    Chester E. McCarty Classrooms, McCarty
    James F. Miller Center for the Humanities, Miller Center, the humanities center
    Morgan S. Odell Alumni Gatehouse, Odell Alumni Gatehouse, Alumni Gatehouse
    O
    Odell Hall (residence hall)
    Olin Center for Physics and Chemistry
    Outdoor Pool and Dressing Pavilion
    P
    Pamplin Sports Center
    Paul L. Boley Law Library, Boley Law Library, the law library
    Platt Hall
    Ponderosa Hall
    R
    Roberts Hall
    Rogers Hall
    Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Hoffman Gallery, the gallery
    Rose Garden
    S
    Sequoia
    Gordon H. Smith Hall, Smith Hall
    South Chapel
    South Chapel Annex
    Spruce Hall
    Stamm Dining Room
    Stewart Hall
    T
    Tamarack (not Tamarack Hall)
    Templeton Campus Center
    Tennis Courts
    Fir Acres Theatre, the theatre
    Trail Room
    U
    U.G. Dubach Student Lounge, Dubach Student Lounge
    Undergraduate Campus (historically, Fir Acres Campus)
    V
    Fred W. Fields Center for the Visual Arts, Fields Center, the visual arts center
    W
    Aubrey R. Watzek Library, Watzek Library, the library
    West Hall
    Wilson Field
    Louise and Erskine Wood Sr. Hall, Wood Hall
    Y
    York Graduate Center (historically, South Campus Conference Center)
    Z
    Zehntbauer Swimming Pavilion

    Room numbering style: Room 1, Room 2, and so on

  • Also the graduate school

  • Capitalize when referring to the College of Arts and Sciences’ General Education requirements.

    • Not endowed chairs.
    • Capitalize named professorships in all circumstances.
    • If space permits, use the full form of the named professorship for first mention (e.g., Edmund O. Belsheim Professor of Law rather than Belsheim Professor of Law).
    • Belsheim
      Edmund O. Belsheim Professorship in Law
      Edmund O. Belsheim Professor of Law
      Doug Newell, Edmund O. Belsheim Professor of Law
      Belsheim Professor of Law
    • Casey
      Henry J. Casey Professorship in Law
      Henry J. Casey Professor of Law
      Ed Brunet, Henry J. Casey Professor of Law
      Casey Professor of Law
    • Dubach
      U.G. Dubach Professorship in Political Science
      U.G. Dubach Professor of Political Science
      Donald G. Balmer, U.G. Dubach Professor Emeritus of Political Science
      Dubach Professor of Political Science
    • Jones
      Robert E. Jones Professorship of Advocacy and Ethics
      Robert E. Jones Professor of Advocacy and Ethics
      William Funk, Robert E. Jones Professor of Advocacy and Ethics
      Jones Professor of Advocacy and Ethics
    • Miller
      James F. Miller Professorship in the Humanities
      James F. Miller Professor of Humanities
      Nicholas D. Smith, James F. Miller Professor of Humanities
      Miller Professor of Humanities
    • Newell
      Douglas K. Newell Professorship of Teaching Excellence
      Douglas K. Newell Professor of Teaching Excellence
      Janet Steverson, Douglas K. Newell Professor of Teaching Excellence
      Newell Professor of Teaching Excellence
    • Odell
      Morgan S. Odell Professorship in the Humanities
      Morgan S. Odell Professor of Humanities
      John E. Callahan, Morgan S. Odell Professor of Humanities
      Odell Professor of Humanities
    • Pamplin—Economics
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professorship in Economics
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of Economics
      Arthur O’Sullivan, Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of Economics
      Pamplin Professor of Economics
    • Pamplin—Government
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professorship in Government
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of Government
      Curtis N. Johnson, Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of Government
      Pamplin Professor of Government
    • Pamplin—History
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professorship in History
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of History
      David Campion, Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Associate Professor of History
      Pamplin Professor of History
    • Pamplin—Science
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professorship in Science
      Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of Science
      Janis E. Lochner, Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Professor of Science
      Pamplin Professor of Science
    • Rogers—Music
      James W. Rogers Professorship in Music
      James W. Rogers Professor of Music
      Eleonora Maria Beck, James W. Rogers Professor of Music
      Rogers Professor of Music
    • Rogers—Education
      Mary Stuart Rogers Professorship in Education
      Mary Stuart Rogers Professor of Education
      Ruth Shagoury, Mary Stuart Rogers Professor of Education
      Rogers Professor of Education
    • Swindells
      William Swindells Sr. Professorship in the Natural Sciences
      William Swindells Sr. Professor of Natural Sciences
      Paulette F. Bierzychudek, William Swindells Sr. Professor of Natural Sciences
      Swindells Professor of Natural Sciences
    • Wood
      Erskine Wood Sr. Professorship in Law
      Erskine Wood Sr. Professor of Law
      Jennifer Johnson, Erskine Wood Sr. Professor of Law
      Wood Professor of Law
    • Wright
      Paul S. Wright Professorship in Christian Studies
      Paul S. Wright Professor of Christian Studies
      Robert A. Kugler, Paul S. Wright Professor of Christian Studies
      Wright Professor of Christian Studies
    • See also faculty scholars.
  • Capitalize formal names of graduate school endorsements.

    ESOL/Bilingual Education Endorsement
    Language and Literacy Program: Reading Endorsement (reading endorsement for subsequent references)
    Special Educator Endorsement

    • emerita: singular, female.

     professor emerita of economics

    • emeriti: plural.

    faculty emeriti

    • emeritus: singular, male.

    professor emeritus of art

    • Emerita or Emeritus immediately follows Professor in references to the titles of those who held named professorships.

    Richard L. Rohrbaugh, Paul S. Wright Professor Emeritus of Christian Studies

  • But sociology/anthropology major

  • Set in Roman face; do not capitalize or use italics.

  • How many sophomores made it onto the Dean’s List this semester?

  • Not CORE. Capitalize when referring to Core Curriculum or Core Program.

    • In publications referring to two or more Lewis & Clark schools, use the following model to identify alumni and students:

    Jane Smith BA ’21
    Joan Smith JD ’01
    Janet Smith MAT ’14

    • Do not use periods for degree abbreviations.
    • Use a space between a degree abbreviation and year.
    • Use an apostrophe (or single closing quote mark) at the beginning of the number.

    ’97
    ’04
    ’15

    • Do not use a comma to separate a name from a Lewis & Clark degree, except when citing multiple L&C degrees.

    Sean Smith BA ’04
    Juan Smith BA ’17, MAT ’20

    • Use a comma to separate a name from a degree granted by an institution other than Lewis & Clark.

    Jeanne Smith, JD University of Virginia

    • Use the following form in lists or photo captions when identifying people who earned a certificate but not a degree at Lewis & Clark:

    Ian Smith, Educational Leadership certificate ’05

    Note: Capitalize Certificate if using headline capping style for the caption or list.

    • When referring to a certificate holder in running text, describe the certificate (rather than identifying the person with an abbreviation and year in the manner of a degree holder or degree-seeking student).

    Ian Smith, who holds a certificate in educational leadership, …

    • When identifying people in lists or photo captions who studied at Lewis & Clark but were not part of a degree or certificate program, cite the last year in which they took classes at the school. Do not use a degree abbreviation.

    Sinead Smith ’00

    • When referring to a former student in running text who was not part of a degree or certificate program, use one of the following models:

    Sinead Smith, who studied at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling from 1998 to 2000, …

    Smith completed the Standard Superintendent licensure program at Lewis & Clark in 2000.

    • Adapt the above guidelines as necessary to suit the context of a citation.
  • She’s thinking of becoming a biochemistry/molecular biology major.

    • Capitalize the formal names of programs.

    Language and Literacy Program
    East Asian Studies
    Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program

    • Do not capitalize generic names and descriptions of programs.

    education program
    science program

    • See also capitalization.
  • Lowercase the names of academic fields, majors, and minors, except proper nouns.

    history
    East Asian studies
    Spanish
    international affairs

  • Use AES for second and subsequent references.

    • Capitalize the formal names of academic departments.

    Department of Chemistry
    Department of Education
    Department of English

    • In informal names and descriptions of academic departments, capitalize only proper nouns. (Hint: Informal names often begin with the subject.)

    chemistry department
    education department
    English department

    • See also fields, majors, and minors and programs.
    • Do not use periods with academic degree abbreviations.

    BA
    BS
    EdD
    EdS
    MA
    MAT
    MS
    PhD
    JD
    LLM
    MBA
    MSL

    • Do not capitalize academic degrees when spelled out in general terms.

    bachelor of arts or bachelor’s degree
    master of arts
     or master’s degree
    doctorate
    juris doctor

    • In lists, style faculty credentials as follows:

    PhD 1966 Princeton University. MA 1962 Reed College.
    PhD 1979, MA 1972 Stanford University.
    JD 1975 Harvard Law School.

    • Reserve Dr. for those holding doctorates in medical fields only. Exception: Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.
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