The Alan Turing Institute Board of Trustees has introduced an honorary fellowship scheme for the Institute, designed to recognise individuals who have substantially supported the Institute and its goals.
Honorary Fellows are expected to have contributed significantly to the promotion of the purposes for which the Institute was founded, usually:
- as a person of academic distinction or
- as a leading figure or philanthropist who have themselves undertaken distinguished work in the Institute’s fields of interest or
- as a person who has promoted or advanced the causes for which the Institute was founded as an employee, a researcher, a Trustee, or indeed in any other capacity or
- As a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the vision and mission of the Institute.
Anyone involved in the Turing community can nominate an Honorary Fellow. The Board will review nominations, and expects to appoint a small number of Honorary Fellows each year.
For further enquiries please contact:
COO and Company Secretary
The Alan Turing Institute