Identity Standards Manual and Editorial Stylebook
Speaking as one.
When the diverse individual parts of our great institution associate its unique strengths with those of its peers through a consistent, coordinated use of the University's identity, together we increase our reputation for excellence and protect the integrity of our academics, research, and public engagement missions.
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