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Criteria for electing honorary fellows

 

i. Persons of eminence in the field of equitation science who have contributed significantly to the mission of ISES are eligible for election as Honorary Fellows.
ii. At the time of nomination, the candidate shall be alive and preferably still active in those fields specified as within the aims of the ISES. The candidate should be a current member of ISES and have been a member for at least five years (not necessarily consecutive).
iii. Proposals for Honorary Fellows shall be submitted to the ISES Secretary in writing with at least one paragraph indicating the reasons for eligibility as well as a short description of the candidate in question.
iv. Election to an Honorary Fellowship shall be by a majority vote in Council, which must be ratified by the ISES Trustees.
v. A maximum of two Honorary Fellows can be elected each year.
vi. Newly elected Honorary Fellows may be invited to give a talk at an ISES conference.
vii. Newly elected Honorary Fellows should be acknowledged and introduced in the first ISES Newsletter following the AGM.
viii. Newly elected Honorary Fellows shall receive a certificate from the Society to acknowledge their contribution to equitation science.
ix. A complete list of Honorary Fellows will be available on the ISES website.


Notes for editor:
The International Society for Equitation Science (ISES) is a registered charity (UK) that aims to
facilitate research into the training of horses to enhance horse welfare and improve the humanhorse
relationship. www.equitationscience.com


For more information contact:
ISES Hon. President:
Orla Doherty
presidents@equitationscience.com


ISES Communication Officer:
Klara Ničová
klara.nicova@gmail.com

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