Archive for the ‘Fellows’ Category

A Johnian Society Pilgrimage to North Wales

Earlier this year, a number of Fellows organised a Johnian Society visit to north Wales. The pilgrimage arose from a discussion about absence. The College's History of 2011 makes no reference to one of the foremost Welshmen of the Tudor period, Bishop William Morgan (c1545 - 1604), translator of the Bible into We... Read More

Honorary Fellows Elected to Learned Society of Wales

For the first time in the Society’s history, two Honorary Fellows have been elected. Sir Michael Atiyah is one of the most influential mathematicians of his generation, widely recognised as a pioneer in the development of mathematics in the UK and Europe. A highly distinguished researcher, Sir Michael has been wid... Read More

Learned Society of Wales welcomes new Fellows

Outstanding scientists, eminent academics and celebrated professionals join Wales’s National Academy The Learned Society of Wales (LSW) is pleased to announce the results of its 2016 Election of new Fellows spanning the arts, sciences and public service sectors.  This election further strengthens... Read More

Nomination of Fellows 2015/16

Forms for the nomination of candidates for election as new Fellows of the Society, during the 2015/16 Election Cycle, are now available, together with Guidance Notes for Proposers and Candidates. Only Fellows are welcome to submit nominations of persons who fulfil the Society’s criteria for electi... Read More

Election of New Fellows 2015

The Learned Society of Wales (LSW) is pleased to announce the results of its 2015 Election of new Fellows spanning the arts, science and public service sectors. This election has strengthened the Society considerably, adding forty new Fellows to its ranks. Like the Founding Fellows and the Fellows elected in earlier ye... Read More