id est (that is)—not to be confused with e.g.; term is preceded and followed by commas
ibidem (in the same place); see 15th Chicago 15.45 for correct usage
in residence, artist/composer/poet (Webster’s)
in-house (adj. or noun)
Incomplete Grade Contract
Delete Office wherever possible, but cap if used with proper name.
Indoor Practice Facility
Lowercase to in the middle of headline-style titles (15th Chicago 8.167)
information desk; ASB Information Desk; WSC Information Desk
Inscape (student literary journal)
Insight (student nonfiction journal)
institute of religion; Ogden Institute of Religion
Intermountain West; intermountain region; intermountain area (established area is capped, but directional adjectival use is not) (14th Chicago 7.36).
International and Area Studies, Department of
International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations
International Cinema program
International Folk Dance Ensemble, BYU
International Study Programs
Study Abroad, International Volunteers, International Internships, and Field Studies are all entities of International Study Programs, which is under the auspices of the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies.
International Internship (under the auspices of the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies)
New York internship (Department of Communications)
Lowercased when referring to part of a book; see 15th Chicago 8.189.
ISPART (Institute for the Study and Preservation of Ancient Religious Texts) now renamed Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
italicizing brackets and parentheses
If enclosing all italic material—or italic material next to the brackets or parentheses—the brackets or parentheses should also be italic. If only one end of the enclosed material is italic, the brackets or parentheses should be regular type, i.e., roman. A punctuation mark should be in the same style as the word preceding it, e.g., a boldface word should be followed by a boldface period and an italic word should be followed by an italic comma, etc.