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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Rock on, G-Hawks!: KU Geology Alums Stick w/Their Alma Mater

Folks associated with University of Kansas's (KU's) Department of Geology do all kinds of cool things--such as research with the University's Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets, and the Water Resources Division of the U. S. Geological Survey. One of the Department's professors, Paul Seldon, even had his image of a 165 million year old spider fossil featured in Nature's Images of the Year.

Naturally, KU alums are proud of their status as Jay Hawks--or, G-Hawks, as per their focus on geology. Their alma mater wants to help them share that love, and the Geology Department's most recent mascot (drawn by a student in the 1980s) offered the perfect image for a custom sticker.

KU gives these stickers to alumni to help them show their pride, as well as to prospective students at professional meetings to remind them of the KU Geology program. (The department currently offers Geology degrees at the Bachelor's, Master's and PhD level in many areas, including hydrogeology, geophysics, paleontology, and sedimentology/stratigraphy. It's home to 100 undergraduates and 100 graduate students.) 

Why did the this KU's Department of Geology choose Custom Sticker Makers to print their stickers? 

"CSM puts together a great product, they're easy to work with, and the turn around time is great,"  Elizabeth Gravatt, Alumni Coordinator for KU's Department of Geology told us. "These stickers have gone on laptop computers, notebooks, even bumpers, and they last a long time!"

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