Biographical entry Campbell, Kenton Stewart Wall (1927 - )
- 9 September 1927
Ipswich, Queensland, Australia
Kenton Stewart W. Campbell was Professor of Geology at the Australian National University 1982-93 and has been an Emeritus Professor since 1993. His interests include vertebrate palaeontology, early evolution and palaeozoic stratigraphy.
Born Ipswich, Queensland, 9 September 1927. Educated University of Queensland (BSc (hons) 1949, MSc 1951, PhD 1958). Assistant Geologist, Queensland Geological Survey 1950-51; Mathematics Master, Albury Grammar School 1951; Temporary Lecturer in Geology, University of New England 1952; Lecturer in Geology, University of New England 1953-58; Senior Lecturer in Geology, University of New England 1958-62; Senior Lecturer in Geology, Australian National University 1962-64, Reader in Geology 1965-81, Dean, Faculty of Science 1978-80, Professor of Geology 1982-93, Emeritus Professor from 1993. Clarke Memorial Lecturer, Royal Society of New South Wales 1975; Fellow, Australian Academy of Science 1983; Mawson Lecturer, Australian Academy of Science 1986. President, Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 1976-77.
- 'Campbell, K S W', Trove, National Library of Australia, 2009, http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-484050. Details
- White, John, Interview with Professor Ken Campbell, Interviews with Australian scientists, Australian Academy of Science, 28 February 2000, http://www.science.org.au/scientists/interviews/c/kc.html. Details
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