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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1931-1932-443

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xxxiv ANNUAL REPORT Researches Owing to the intimate co-operation of the London School of Economics and the College in joint School the statistics here given which apply only to students registered in King's College are not complete record of the activities of the Department This is particularly the case with respect to research and work for the higher degrees since no account is here taken of those students registered at the London School of Economics whose researches are upon subjects more closely associated with Economics Throughout the Session research was actively prosecuted by members of the Staff and at the Meeting of the British Association at Bristol papers were contributed both by members of the Staff and by research students in the Department Departmental Notes The new geographical laboratories have greatly facilitated the work of StaS and students Department of Geology Number of Students lst Year 2nd Year 3rd Year Total Engineering 48 56 Science 15 18 41 Inter-coll Total 97 Results of Examinations No students in Geology were taking the Special Honours Examination and only one was taking General Honours The remainder of the 3rd Year students took Geology as subsidiary subject and all these passed in Geology Researches All members of the Staff were engaged in research work Departmental Notes At the beginning of the Session the Department moved into the new buildings The rooms are very convenient for the work and the low roof has been offset for microscope work by the large window space Storage space has been cut down however and arrangements for storage are being made in other parts of the building All members of the Staff were engaged on work for Geology outside the College Mr Kirkaldy organised excursions for the Geologists' Association Dr Wooldridge conducted courses of lectures in Geology at the Sir John Cass Institute and in Geography at St Albans for the Hertfordshire County Council Dr Wells was Editor for the Geologists' Association as well as member of the Council and he also acted as Secretary of Section Geology of the British Association The geological and geographical instruction at the Working Men's College Crowndale Road is in the hands of former students of the
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