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In his third year, he moved to the State University of New York at Albany where he completed his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, the latter two under the direction of John F. Dewey. His doctorate work concerned the geology of the Albula Pass in eastern Switzerland. After completing his doctorate, Sengör ¸ returned to Istanbul and joined Ketin's department at the Istanbul Technical University where he currently is a professor. He has held visiting posts in a number of European universities, including Collége de France and University of Oxford.

The first Branner Club meeting in conjunction with the Cordilleran Section meeting occurred in 1927. This meeting, hosted at UCLA, had William Morris Davis (GSA president, 1911) as the speaker. S. Geological Survey, G. K. Gilbert and J. W. ” The Branner Club continues today with quarterly meetings held at the Athenaeum at Caltech. Field trips From foot to horseback to airplane, field trips have highlighted section meetings since the beginning. For example, early field excursions included Hunter’s Point, Point San Pedro, Santa Cruz ocean beaches, Mt.

Louderback Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of California, Berkeley Joseph LeConte Geological Society of America John C. Branner Geological Society of America Andrew C. Lawson Geological Society of America J. E. Talmage Geological Society of America J. W. Sinclair Geological Society of America Photos of attendees at the first Cordilleran Section meeting (except H. W. Fairchild, for whom no photo was available). The Cordilleran Section was formally approved as a part of the Geological Society of America, with the understanding that for scientific and social purposes the section should be open to any fellow of the society, but for business purposes, the membership should comprise only fellows resident in the Cordilleran belt of North America.

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