Invertebrate Paleontology Graduate Education

The University of Kansas Paleontology graduate program is ranked number one in the country among public schools in the 2024 rankings from U.S. News & World Report. KU has a multi-disciplinary paleontology program, and grants Masters of Science (MS) and Doctorate (PhD) degrees with a research focus on fossil invertebrates. To learn more, visit the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology graduate programs page and see How to apply to KU Ecology & Evolutionary Biology


Bruce S. Lieberman, Curator


Phone: +1-785-864-2741

Visit Dr. Lieberman's Ecology and Evolutionary Biology webpage