Karen Spens new fellow of the Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters

Karen Spens new fellow of the Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters

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The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters has invited Hanken’s Rector Karen Spens as fellow on 18 December 2017.

The Society has academically distinguished members, foreign members and honorary members. All members are permanent and invited by the Plenum of the Society.

The Society invited the following persons as new fellows:

Tuomas Hytönen, University of Helsinki,
Päivi Törmä, Aalto University,
Carl-Eric Wilén, Åbo Akademi University,
Per-Henrik Groop, University of Helsinki,
Klaus Hedman, University of Helsinki,
Helena Isoniemi, University of Helsinki,
Eija Kalso, University of Helsinki,
Johanna Mappes, University of Jyväskylä,
Jari Niemelä, University of Helsinki,
Antti Sajantila, University of Helsinki,
Arja Karivieri, University of Stockholm, The Rome Institute of Finland
Sari Kivistö, University of Tampere,
Matti Miestamo, University of Helsinki,
Janne Saarikivi, University of Helsinki,
Marko Joas, Åbo Akademi University,
Åsa von Schoultz, University of Helsinki

The Society invited the following persons as new foreign members:

Huadong Guo, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Martin Gustafsson, Åbo Akademi University
Janusz Kacprzyk, Polish Academy of Sciences.

The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters was founded in 1838. It is an Academy for all branches of science and scholarship. Its aim is to promote high-quality research, scholarship, networking and dissemination of information by e.g. arranging conferences, publishing scholarly contributions and providing financial support.

More information: http://scientiarum.fi/eng/