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Retired College professor wins prestigious geology award

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Paul Enos grew up on a farm near Perry, Kan., thinking he would take over the family farm when he grew up. His life took a significantly different path, leading him to a successful career in geology. In May 2013, the retired KU distinguished professor of geology will receive the Twenhofel Medal for career of excellence in sedimentary geology from the Society for Sedimentary Geology. It’s the most prestigious honor awarded by the society, the largest in the world devoted to the study of sedimentary rocks.

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