Professor P. E. Raymond, associate professor of Paleontology and curator of Invertebrate Paleontology, has been awarded the Walker Grand Prize of $1000 for his work on the fossils known as trilobites. Trilobites, now extinct, were marine animals somewhat similar to the present-day horseshoe crab.
RAYMOND IS AWARDED PRIZE FOR NATURAL HISTORY WORK
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