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  • The University of Kansas Paleontological Institute
    Functional shell morphology of noncementing Bivalvia Treatise Online 71 1 46 47 fig 40 95 René Hoffmann 2015 Part L Revised Volume 3B Chapter 3 Lytoceratoidea Treatise Online 70 1 34 19 figs 5 tables 27 95 Marion Nixon 2015 Part M Chapter 12 The Buccal Apparatus of Recent and Fossil Forms Treatise Online 69 1 30 16 figs 5 tables 23 95 AND THAT S NOT ALL The Paleontological Institute has also recently published two articles in Paleontological Contributions René Hoffmann and Michael K Howarth 2015 Takahashiceras A new generic name proposed for Takahashia Matsumoto 1984 Paleontological Contributions 15 1 p Robert A DePalma David A Burnham Larry D Martin Peter L Larson and Robert T Bakker 2015 The first giant raptor Theropoda Dromaeosauridae from the Hell Creek Formation Paleontological Contributions 14 16 p 15 fig 4 appendices BUT WAIT THERE S MORE The Paleontological Institute has established a fund in memory of Jill Hardesty our late Deputy Director Contributed funds will be used to support authors of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology For more information and to make a contribution to the Jill Hardesty Memorial Author Support fund please follow this link paleo ku edu jhfund html Furthermore

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    Beta Kappa national honor society Jill met her husband Michael Shawn Cormack while attending KU After several years together Jill and Mike were married in Florence Italy on May 22 1991 followed by a month long adventurous honeymoon traveling through western Europe Jill and Mike had two spectacularly wonderful daughters Emily Emma Jill Cormack age 23 and Anna Marvelle Cormack age 20 Jill s love of beauty and wonder in the world as well as a finely tuned appreciation of art in all its forms influenced both daughters Emma graduated with distinction from KU with a BA in Art History and Anna is currently studying Industrial Design at the Cleveland Institute of Art Both girls were the absolute joy and greatest love of Jill s life In 1989 Jill began working at the University of Kansas Paleontological Institute ultimately rising to the position of Deputy Director and Assistant Editor of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology Jill also edited several other paleo related publications including serving as the managing editor of the journal PALAIOS from 2007 2013 Jill was a member of the Association of Earth Science Editors AESE serving on the board of directors from 2002 2004 and receiving the AESE Award for Outstanding Publication in 2008 Jill s work provided further opportunities to travel abroad to meet paleontologists from around the world Jill s attention to detail keen intellect and friendly personality forged many friendships over the years and her excellence as editor of the Treatise will serve as one of her lasting legacies Jill loved being outdoors and enjoyed walking gardening competing in 5K races with her family running half marathons practicing yoga and cycling with Mike Most of all she loved spending as much time as possible with her family Jill knew how to enjoy life both

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  • Jill Hardesty Memorial Author Support Fund
    at the Paleontological Institute she developed strong relationships both professional and personal with many of the authors who contributed their expertise to the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology In her memory the Paleontological Institute in conjunction with KU Endowment has established a memorial fund intended to support Treatise authors To make a contribution to the Jill Hardesty Memorial Author Support fund please visit the KU Endowment site by clicking on the

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  • International Palaeontological Association
    encourage the integration and synthesis of all palaeontological knowledge There has been a long standing connection between the International Palaeontological Association and the University of Kansas Roger Kaesler Department of Geology and former Director of the Paleontological Institute University of Kansas was the IPA Treasurer for many years The current IPA Treasurer is Bruce Lieberman Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Senior Curator Division of Invertebrate

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  • PALAIOS
    Kansas since April of 2006 The current coeditors are Stephen T Hasiotis University of Kansas Department of Geology and J P Zonneveld University of Alberta Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences The current managing editor is Jill Hardesty of the

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  • Paleo Institute Staff
    Palaeontology Natural History Museum London before joining the Institute as its Director on January 1st 2007 Paul s wife Maura left her post as Deputy Principal at a London City Academy to move to Lawrence while daughter Jennie is a fashion designer and lives in London Mike Cormack Mike Cormack first studied music as an undergraduate then eventually went on to obtain a BA in History and Philosophy 1989 MA in Philosophy 1992 and PhD in Philosophy studying under Professor Thomas M Tuozzo 1999 all from the University of Kansas For several years he taught introductory philosophy and ethics classes at Missouri Western State College Mike has been working at the Paleo Instisute since 1999 in the capacity of Information Specialist and as such he is responsible for all things web related at the Paleo Institute Mike is the author of Plato s Stepping Stones Degrees of Moral Virtue published by Continuum International Publishing Group 2006 Mike was married to Jill Hardesty former Deputy Director of the Paleontological Institute and they have two wonderful daughters Emma 23 and Anna 20 Denise Mayse Denise Mayse earned a BS in Business Administration in 1980 from Mars Hill College in Mars Hill North

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  • Upcoming and Past Events
    Paleozoic Bryozoans for Study Treatise Online 63 1 15 1 fig 10 95 Frank K McKinney and Patrick N Wyse Jackson 2015 Part G Revised Volume 2 Chapter 8H Names of Indeterminate Unrecognizable or Excluded Genera Previously Assigned to Fenestrata Treatise Online 63 1 5 4 95 Access to Treatise Online is free to members of the Palaeontological Association and Paleontological Society as well as members of subscribing libraries All articles can also be purchased individually An article published in the current issue of Science illustrates the role Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology data played is providing support for Cope s Rule The authors used all 50 volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology which is published by the Biodiversity Institute s Paleontological Institute as the primary dataset for the massive study which looked at 17 208 genera of marine animals spanning the past 542 million years The BBC web site features the picture below of Treatise volumes used as the main dataset The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the second edition of one of the most popular books in its Special Publications series Rocks and Fossils of the Central United States with Special Emphasis on the Greater Kansas City Area 2nd edition Richard J Gentile 2015 The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the newest publication number 11 in the Paleontological Contributions series René Hoffmann 2015 The correct taxon name authorship and publication date of extant ten armed coleoids can be downloaded from the KU ScholarWorks site http kuscholarworks ku edu handle 1808 16433 The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the newest publication number 11 in the Paleontological Contributions series René Hoffmann 2015 The correct taxon name authorship and publication date of extant ten armed coleoids can be downloaded from the KU ScholarWorks site http kuscholarworks ku edu handle 1808 16433 The Paleontological Institute is also pleased to announce the publication of the latest article in Treatise Online Jörg Maletz Denis E B Bates Edsel D Brussa Roger A Cooper Alfred C Lenz John F Riva Blanca A Toro Yuandong Zhang March 2014 Part V Revision 2 Volume 1 Chapter 12 Glossary of the Hemichordata Treatise Online 62 1 23 6 figs The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce a series of articles numbers 10A 10J in the Paleontological Contributions series a thematic collection of papers on arthropod inclusions in Late Cretaceous amber from the Vendée north west France The publication Fossil arthropods in Late Cretaceous Vendean amber northwestern France can be downloaded as a complete book or in 10 individual chapters from the KU ScholarWorks site http kuscholarworks ku edu handle 1808 4492 Paul Selden Gulf Hedberg Distinguished Professor of Invertebrate Paleontology and Director of the Paleontological Institute has published an article A giant spider from the Jurassic of China reveals greater diversity of the orbicularian stem group in the December 2013 issue of Naturwissenschaften KU News Lawrence Journal World The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the latest article in Treatise Online Jörg

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  • Paleo Institute Merchandise
    Click on the images below for additonal information about each item Merchandise can be ordered through PayPal or by completing the order form below Paleo Contributions Brach Pack CD Geological History of Brachiopods poster Paleo related mugs 4 GB USB

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