University of Kansas. Natural History Museum & Biodiversity Research Center
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Brian Beatty was a doctoral student and an instructor at the University of Kansas from 2003-2006, specializing in evolutionary biology, paleontology, anatomy, and paleopatholoy. This collection includes correspondence, publications, curriculum vitae, handwritten notes, and research proposals belonging to Beatty during his time at KU. It also includes abstracts and museum graduate student organization (MGSO) information.
This collection contains correspondence, scholarly material, and other papers from Larry D. Martin, a vertebrate paleontologist at the Biodiversity Institute and Natural History Museum at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. This collection represents his active career and scientific contributions.
This collection of personal papers largely consists of correspondence covering the education and teaching career of Roger L. Kaesler, a University of Kansas Geology instructor and paleontologist specializing in Ostracoda, small fossilized crustaceans.