Titles are not capitalized in sentences unless they precede the holder’s name. When names and titles stand alone, as in lists or tables, the titles may be capitalized.

Examples:
Vice President Arthur King attended the seminar.
Arthur King, vice president for university relations, attended the seminar. Arthur King, vice president, WVU University Relations, attended the seminar. Assistant Professor Bob Weitz gave an outstanding lecture.
Bob Weitz, assistant professor of psychology, gave an outstanding lecture.
Bob Weitz, assistant professor, WVU Psychology Department, gave an outstanding lecture. Director Carol Kulczycki won the service award.
Carol Kulczycki, computing services director, won the service award.
Carol Kulczycki, director, WVU Computing Services, won the service award.