Style Guide - M
The area formerly known as the main campus now comprises the North District and the Central District. The campus west of Iowa Street is referred to as the West District.
Marshall scholarships are administered in the United Kingdom by the Marshall Aid Commemoration Committee and in the United States by the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., and five regional consulates-general.
See academic degrees
University-owned apartments for men, many of them student athletes, south of Allen Fieldhouse on Naismith Drive. It opened in fall 2015.
Former residence hall for women and men closed in August 2015 after two new, smaller halls on Daisy Hill opened. It was razed in November 2015 and a parking lot established on the site.
An engineering research center in the Central District. May be referred to on first reference as M2SEC as long as the full name of the building appears later.
See KU Medical Center
One of three schools based at KU Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas. The others are Health Professions and Nursing. Do not refer to the medical center or the total program offered there as the medical school. Branches of the School of Medicine operate in Salina and Wichita.
See also KU Medical Center.
A community-based branch of the School of Medicine at 400 South Santa Fe, Salina, KS 67401.
A community-based branch of the School of Medicine at 1010 N. Kansas, Wichita, KS 67214.
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships in Humanistic Studies are funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
On second reference, campanile. It contains a musical instrument called a carillon. The person who plays the carillon is a carillonneur. The bell tower, built as a memorial to KU's World War II dead, was dedicated in 1951. (pronounced camp-uh-NEE-lee)
Women's scholarship hall.
George J. Mitchell scholarships are administered by the U.S.-Ireland Alliance.
Do not abbreviate Mount. Also known as the Hill.
Use Mr., Mrs., Ms., and Miss only in direct quotes.
The official name of the Daisy Hill facility is Ekdahl Dining Center.
Formerly the Office of Minority Affairs. See also Sabatini Multicultural Resource Center.
The School of Music was formed in summer 2009 after a reorganization of KU's fine arts programs.