David Warton elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of NSW

Date: 

Thursday, 17th September 2020


We are delighted to announce that Professor David Warton has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of NSW.

A Royal Society of NSW Fellowship recognises the substantial contribution made by residents of New South Wales who are leaders in their fields within the disciplines of science, art, literature and philosophy.

Professor Warton joins several other School members who hold Royal Society of NSW Fellowships: James Franklin, Gary Froyland, Trevor McDougall, Ian Sloan and Chris Tisdell. Professor Sloan is also current President of the Society.

Just last year, Professor Warton joined the Highly Cited Researchers list under the category Environment and Ecology. This denotes a citation record positioning him in the top 1% by citations in this field.

Congratulations to Professor Warton!