under way — two words. Exception: one word when used as an adjective before a noun in a nautical sense.
United States, U.S., USA — Avoid abbreviations on the first reference. Use periods in the abbreviation within text. Do not use periods with US in headlines.
universitywide — one word
University of Houston, UH — Avoid using the abbreviation on first reference when referring to the university itself, although UH is acceptable as a second reference and in tables and headlines. Never refer to the university as the UH or U of H. Do capitalize the word University when using it to mean the University of Houston. Do not capitalize the word university when using it to mean other universities.
For the system universities and centers, on the first reference spell out (without abbreviations):
University of Houston–Downtown
University of Houston–Clear Lake
University of Houston–Victoria
Note: No space on either side of the hyphen.University of Houston System
University of Houston System Administration
University of Houston System Board of Regents
University of Houston Northwest
University of Houston-Downtown Northwest
University of Houston Sugar Land
University of Houston System at Cinco Ranch
University of Houston-Clear Lake Pearland campus
On subsequent references to the system universities and centers, abbreviate University of Houston to UH:
UH–Downtown or UHD
UH-Clear Lake, UHCL
UH-Clear Lake Pearland campus, UHCL Pearland
UH–Victoria or UHV
UH System, UHS
UH System Administration, UHS Administration
UH Sugar Land, UH at Sugar Land, or UHSL
UH System at Cinco Ranch, UHS at Cinco Ranch, or UHSCR
UH System Board of Regents, UHS Board of Regents or UH System BOR
The President and Chancellor should be addressed as “President (last name)” at all events, meetings, etc. strictly pertaining to the University of Houston. His/her spouse should be addressed as applicable. If said spouse has a professional title (professor or doctor, for example), then he/she should be introduced as “Professor/Doctor (last name)”. If said spouse does not have a professional title, Mr. or Mrs. will suffice.
Example: President Khator and Professor Khator warmly greeted the latest UH Honor College graduates.
The President and Chancellor should be addressed as “Chancellor (last name)” at all events, meetings, etc. strictly pertaining to the University of Houston System. His/her spouse should be addressed as applicable. If said spouse has a professional title (professor or doctor, for example), then he/she should be introduced as “Professor/Doctor (last name).”
Example: Chancellor Khator and Professor Khator warmly greeted the graduating class of the University of Houston – Downtown.
upward — not upwards