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Tomorrow, Daisy Hill will be buzzing with students moving into their new homes. Traffic will be congested near residence halls, and these areas should be avoided when possible. Moving to Daisy Hill? (Templin, Lewis, Hashinger, Ellsworth, McCollum) See your move-in instructions here: http://bit.ly/1kbd6Yy Moving to Oliver, Corbin, GSP or the scholarship halls? Here’s what you need to know: http://bit.ly/1lhIt4w

#KUresearch discovers new variety of primate. Learn more here: http://t.co/0JdguvXHjy http://t.co/OJt3WD7dgM
KU Orientation: Making a home on the Hill See why you made the right choice in becoming a Jayhawk as you go through KU’s Orientation process (http://firstyear.ku.edu/orientation). You’ll discover what it means to make KU your home: trying new things, building friendships, getting involved, seeking out career path advice from faculty, studying abroad, or even conducting your own research as a freshman or a graduate student.


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Millions in grants and contracts for research
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Research projects that stretch to Antarctica, Greenland, and numerous points in between
Birthplace and home of Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology
A thriving field program that sends undergraduate and graduate students throughout the world
Industry recruiters who visit annually to hire KU Geology's graduating students