Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
|Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)|
|Sponsored by||Royal Society of Arts|
|Presented by||Royal Society of Arts|
|No. of Fellows||28,000 as of 2016[update]|
Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) is an award open to anyone who can demonstrate that they support the mission and share the values of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). Applicants and nominees for Fellowship have to outline:
- Why they wish to join the RSA
- How they expect engage with the RSA
- How aligned they are to RSA Fellowship Charter
Examples of current fellows, who come from diverse backgrounds and professions, include Tim Berners-Lee, Sue Black, Stephen Hawking and Gareth Malone. Previous Fellows have included Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin and Karl Marx. A partial List of Fellows of the Royal Society of Arts gives more examples, alongside the Category:Fellows of the Royal Society of Arts. As of 2016[update] the RSA Fellowship is an international community of 28,000 members who have either applied for or been nominated for Fellowship since 1754.
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