We’re pleased to announce that Professor Nick Coleman has been made a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales (LSW).
The LEARNED SOCIETY OF WALES (LSW) was set up in 2010 as an independent, all-Wales, bilingual, self-governing, pan-discipline educational charity, to provide public benefit including the recognition of scholarly excellence, promotion of research and provision of expert, independent, scholarly advice on a variety of public policy issues. Its mission is to:
- Celebrate and encourage excellence in all of the scholarly disciplines including the professions, industry and commerce, the arts and public service;
- Promote the advancement of learning and scholarship and the dissemination and application of the results of academic enquiry and research;
- Act as an independent source of expert scholarly advice and commentary on matters affecting the wellbeing of Wales and its people.
Election to Fellowship is a public recognition of academic excellence, and LSW Fellowship is keenly competed. The Society harnesses the expertise of the Fellowship to help promote awareness of how the sciences and the arts, humanities and social sciences can benefit society. Fellows assist the Society in its work by serving on its various committees and working groups and by representing the LSW nationally and internationally. The Society now has more than 380 Fellows, distinguished men and women from all branches of learning who are prominent figures within their respective academic disciplines.
More information about the Learned Society of Wales (including a complete list of fellows) can be found at: http://learnedsocietywales.ac.uk/