Recognising the contribution to education, practice and the profession: Alan Jones elected a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

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Members of the RIBA have to apply for Fellowship, that is then considered by a committee of peers, chaired by the current President of the RIBA.

Extract from the RIBA Website:

"By highlighting these professionals - and the broad spectrum of backgrounds and specialisms in which they work - we can continue to set a benchmark to which future generations of architects can aspire, as well as celebrate the sometimes unsung heroes of our profession. We can also help to broadcast the voices of those of our members who are addressing some of the huge challenges that affect modern society, and help them to continue to drive progress. The RIBA is looking forward to working with all of our Fellows to help continue to serve society through the delivery of better buildings and places, stronger communities and a sustainable environment." 

Period05 Dec 2016

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  • TitleRIBA FELLOWS 2017 - Be Outstanding. Be RIBA.
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletRIBA (as print) and www.architecture.com (as pdf)
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/SizeEntry within 9 page document
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date05/12/2016
    DescriptionAlan Jones, FRIBA, PPRSUA, Hon FRIAS
    Belfast, Northern Ireland
    Alan has previously been awarded several honours, including the RSUA Design Award 2006-2008, and five RIBA Awards. He is the Director of Education (Architecture) and Joint Head of Architecture at Queen’s University, Belfast, served as the Vice President of Education at the RIBA from 2001-2002 and 2015-2017, and has demonstrated
    sustained leadership in the field of architectural education throughout his career. He has instigated and organised a series of events bringing together students educators and practitioners to explore and reflect on current and future practice, issues and
    possibilities. He has also contributed to the profession via several sister membership bodies, such as the RSUA where he served as President 2012 - 2014, and across a wide range of different initiatives
    Producer/AuthorRoyal Institute of British Architects.
    URLhttps://www.architecture.com/education-cpd-and-careers/membership-and-accreditation/riba-fellow-membership/riba-fellow-members-2019
    PersonsAlan Jones