Patrick Wolfe is made an Honorary Fellow of The Alan Turing Institute

Patrick Wolfe, the Frederick L. Hovde Dean of Science and the William F. and Patty J. Miller Professor of Statistics at Purdue University, has been made an Honorary Fellow of the Institute in recognition of his services to the Institute.

Institute Chair Howard Covington (right) presents Patrick Wolfe (left) with his Honorary Fellowship.

Professor Wolfe served as the Institute’s Deputy Director during its start-up phase. During this period he led strategic partnerships and external relations with industry, government and the third sector; raised external funding for the Institute; and contributed to the development of the Institute’s strategy.

Institute Chair Howard Covington said, “We are very grateful for Patrick’s enormous efforts during the Institute’s start-up. This is a well-deserved honour.”

The Alan Turing Institute has launched its Honorary Fellowship scheme in order to recognise individuals who have contributed substantively to the Institute and its goals. Information about the scheme is on our governance page.