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07 May 2014
Fifteen Cardiff University academics, who represent a broad range of academic disciplines, are amongst 43 individuals recently elected as Fellows of the Learned Society of Wales.
They join 106 of their Cardiff colleagues, who have previously been elected to the Society, in recognition of their contribution to research, scholarship and learning in Wales.
Sir John Cadogan, the Society’s President, said: "We have once again elected a further very strong cohort of new Fellows, to add to the existing list of excellent Founding Fellows and Fellows.
"Over the coming years, our Fellowship will continue to grow by election judged by peer review. To be elected will continue to be a target for our young scholars."
The newly-elected Fellows from Cardiff University are:
School of Biosciences
Cardiff Business School
School of Computer Science & Informatics
School of Engineering
School of English, Communication & Philosophy
School of Medicine
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
School of Social Sciences
The Learned Society was founded in 2010, with the aim of celebrating and encouraging excellence in all scholarly disciplines, promoting learning and scholarship and the dissemination of excellence in Welsh research.
Election to Fellowship of the Learned Society of Wales is via nomination by existing Fellows and is open to those who have a demonstrable record of excellence and achievement in any of the academic disciplines or who, being members of the professions, the arts, industry, commerce or public service, have made a distinguished contribution to the world of learning.
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