Graven Director Janice Kirkpatrick joins RSE as Fellow

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotland’s National Academy has announced its 2022 Fellows adding 80 accomplished individuals from the sciences, arts, humanities, social sciences, education, professions, industry, business and public life.

The new Fellows will join the RSE’s current Fellowship of around 1,700 individuals acknowledged as some of the greatest thinkers, researchers and practitioners working in or with Scotland today.

Joining the RSE this year is Professor Janice Kirkpatrick OBE, who said:

“Being accepted into the RSE Fellowship is a genuine honour. As a designer, the RSE mission to focus on Knowledge Made Useful supports our commitment at Graven to collaborating with organisations that share our passion for doing work that is outstanding, meets the highest professional standards and, importantly, benefits society and our economy.

“I look forward to playing my part as a RSE Fellow and would like to extend my personal congratulations to everyone else who has been appointed including our friends Neil Gillespie OBE of Reiach and Hall Architects and Jude Barber from Collective.”

You can find the full list of 2022 Fellows here.