Director inducted into the Royal Irish Academy

Director Fidelma Dunne has been inducted into the Royal Irish Academy alongside 27 other members, these newly elected Members were officially admitted to the Academy, for their exceptional contributions to the sciences, humanities and social sciences, as well as to public service. Acceptance into the Royal Irish Academy is one of the highest honours and indicates the exceptional work these people have made to Irish Society as recognised by a rigorous review of the persons work, standing, research and their contributions to the discipline, only 10 members are accepted each year in the sciences and the network is very proud that Director Dunne’s is one of those ten members.

Professor Pat Guiry, President of the Royal Irish Academy, said:

Ireland should be immensely proud of these 28 women and men who have been elected by their peers and have brought international acclaim to our country through their distinct areas of research. As Members of the Royal Irish Academy they will support and strengthen our capacity to achieve our strategic goals and objectives as we look to the launch of our Strategic Plan 2024-2028 in the coming weeks.


You can read more about the RIA and the 28 members elected here.

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