From K-State Research and Extension's style guide
In text, identify K-State Research and Extension personnel in a way that conveys position or expertise.
Identify administrative personnel by title:
John Floros, dean of the College of Agriculture and director of K-State Research and Extension
Daryl Buchholz, associate director for extension and applied research;
J. Ernest Minton, associate director for research and technology transfer.
For bylines or lists of names in a program, academic degrees, credentials, and departments are relevant to establishing expertise. If space is a concern, use a short byline at the top of the publication with more information at the end:
James P. Adams, Ph.D., associate professor, 4-H Youth Development
Sandy Procter, Ph.D., R.D., Department of Human Nutrition
Identify agents, specialists, and researchers by area of expertise. Do not capitalize job names unless part of a byline or program listing.
Robert J. Bauernfeind, entomologist
Donna Martinson, Geary County family and consumer sciences agent
James P. Adams, 4-H Youth Development specialist
Capitalize departments or organizations:
Department of Communications
Food Science Institute.
Do not capitalize terms used in titles that are job descriptions: entomologist, engineer, specialist, agent.
In news releases, indicate the specialist, agent, or researcher is affiliated with K-State Research and Extension:
Elaine Johannes, K-State Research and Extension youth development specialist
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