One of my pet peeves when I was attending the graduate program at the SUNY: University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning was that whenever the school's name was mentioned outside of the school -- elsewhere at the university, printed on t-shirts and caps, mentioned in the newspaper or on television, and so on -- the "and Planing" was almost always dropped. It was just the "School of Architecture".
For the longest time, one couldn't buy a t-shirt or bumper sticker that mentioned the "School of Architecture and Planning" - it was just "School of Architecture". I complained quite a bit about it at student-faculty meetings, people listened, and for a while it seemed like planning was remembered; it was "School of Architecture and Planning" in university publications, schwag, and elsewhere.
Several months ago, I went back to Buffalo, and checked out the university bookstore. There wasn't much there related to the school, but what they had was ... yup, "School of Architecture" stuff. Local bloggers discuss community outreach programs of the "School of Architecture". Planning appears to have been forgotten again.
Students attending a program at a university "School of Architecture and Planning" or "Faculty of Architecture and Planning" - is planning often forgotten there, too?