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Call for Nominations for Honorary Membership and Honorary Fellowship
The RIAI recognises individuals who contribute to the Institute and the field of Architecture in the form of Honorary Membership and Honorary Fellowship. In 2022 the RIAI Council amended the Constitution to formalise the process of such nominations. Members will be invited to make proposals bi-annually in January.
Image: The 2022 reciepents. LR RIAI CEO Kathryn Meghen, Ian Pritchard Hon. MRIAI, Monica von Schmalensee Hon. FRIAI, RIAI President Charlotte Sheridan MRIAI and Graham Doyle Hon. MRIAI.
Members are now invited to propose for election by Council to the rank of Honorary Member persons who are not Architects, who have rendered a distinguished contribution to the advancement of architectural design, research, education or architecture in the community and propose for election to the rank of Honorary Fellow Architects not being in architectural practice in Ireland, who have rendered a distinguished contribution to the advancement of architectural design, research, education or architecture in the community.
Any proposal received will be placed on the agenda of the first Council meeting in 2023 and a vote will be taken by Council at its following meeting.
If you wish to make a proposal please complete the attached form and submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5.00pm on Friday 20 January 2022.
If you have any questions please contact Catherine Bolster at email@example.com