Learn JHU's editorial style with online guide

Stymied by acronyms? Not sure how to capitalize academic and administrative titles, or what the correct spelling is for a medical figure (it's manikin, not mannequin)?

Ponder no more. The Johns Hopkins University Style Guide was compiled by editors in the Office of Communications to encourage consistency and correct usage of terms in publications and other written materials produced by offices across the university.

In its pages, you'll find usage guidelines and correct spellings for everything from abbreviations and acronyms to Zanvyl Krieger Mind/Brain Institute (yes, that's a forward slash not a hyphen).

You can download the editorial stylebook on the Brand Guidelines website.

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