Charles Gald Sibley

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Prof. Charles Gald Sibley (geboren am 7. August 1917 in Fresno, California; gestorben am 12. April 1998 in Santa Rosa, California) war ein US-Amerikanischer Ornithologe. Er war Professor für Ornithologie und Biologie an der Yale-Universität.


Lebenslauf:

  • A.B. 1940; Ph.D. 1948 in Zoology, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Minor fields: Paleontology, Botany.
  • 1940-1941: Graduate School, University of California, Berkeley.
  • 1941-1942: Field Biologist, Bubonic Plague Suppressive Measures, U.S. Public Health Service.
  • 1942-1945: U.S. Navy, Ensign to Lieut. Communications and Medical Service Corps.
  • 1946-1948. Graduate School, University of California, Berkeley.
  • 1948-1949: Instructor in Zoology and Curator of Birds, University of Kansas.
  • 1949-1953: Assistant Professor of Zoology, San Jose State College, California.
  • 1953-1965: Associate Professor and Professor of Zoology; Curator of Birds; Cornell University.
  • 1965-1986: Professor of Biology and William Robertson Coe Prof. of Ornithology, Dept of Biology; and Curator of Birds, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University.
  • 1970-1976: Director, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University.
  • 1986: Professor of Biology, Emeritus, Yale University.
  • 1986-1992: Dean's Professor of Science and Prof. of Biology, San Francisco State University.
  • 1993- Adjunct Prof. of Biology, Sonoma State University (by invitation).


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