Professor John Loughlin, Director of the Von Hugel Institute
Professor John Loughlin, a Fellow of St Edmund’s College and Director of the Von Hugel Institute, has been elected a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales. Professor Loughlin held the Chair of European Politics at Cardiff University for fifteen years and was elected an Honorary Fellow there in 2010 when he moved to Cambridge. The University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Leszeck Borysiewicz, the Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Professor Martin Daunton and St Edmund’s Honorary Fellow, Professor Sir Martin Evans, are all Fellows of the Learned Society of Wales. Fellows are elected on the basis of having a connection with Wales and ‘a demonstrable record of excellence and achievement in one of the academic disciplines or, being members of the professions, the arts, industry, commerce or public service, having made a distinguished contribution to the world of learning.