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This collection contains working documents, correspondence, press, photographs and drafts relating to advocating for Kansas's science education standards.
Robert Sanders is a professor emeritus in the department of Molecular Biosciences at the University of Kansas. His collection of personal papers includes correspondence, teaching materials, and materials generally related to his academic career and research interests.
This collection includes Stan Roth's field survey notes, annotated topographical and highway maps of Kansas, and records related to trips to Florida and Hawaii that Roth took annually with advanced high school biology students while teaching at Lawrence High School in Kansas from the 1960s through the 1990s.
The Museum of Natural History at the University of Kansas began as the cabinet of natural history and now includes some 8 million specimens and 1.2 million archaeological artifacts. The records of the Museum are comprised of scrapbooks, artificial records, news releases, news clips, correspondence, budget records, personnel records, and publications.
- Biology -- Study and teaching 3
- Bats -- Kansas 1
- Birds -- Kansas 1
- Creationism -- Study and teaching -- Law and legislation -- Kansas 1
- Entomology -- Research 1
- Evolution (Biology) -- Study and teaching -- Kansas 1
- Intelligent design (Teleology) 1
- Kansas -- Maps 1
- Museum exhibits -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1
- Paleontology 1 ∧ less
- Case, Steven B. 1
- Kansas Citizens for Science 1
- Lawrence High School (Lawrence, Kan.) 1
- Roth, Stan 1
- Sanders, Robert B., 1938- 1