Dr. Haluk Cetin, Department of Geosciences, was re-elected for a second three-year term as the National Director of the Mid-South ASPRS.
Dr. Cetin served as President of the ASPRS Mid-South Region for two years (2004-2005) and as the Student Coordinator of the Mid-South Region for six years (1998-2004). He helped organize several events for the Mid-South Region and hosted the 2002 ASPRS Mid-South Region Fall Conference at Murray State University. Cetin has held positions in other societies as well. He was President of MSU Chapter of Sigma Xi in 2004, and helped organize several Sigma Xi events including a joint meeting with UT Martin Sigma Xi.
Dr. Cetin has also served as Chair of the Continuing Education Committee, Division of Environmental Geosciences of AAPG. He is currently the Faculty Advisor for Murray State University Student Chapter of ASPRS.
[Source: Roundabout Murray]
The American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) was founded in 1934 to improve and promote understanding of the mapping sciences.