Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to archives at an international level? Has a member of ICA made an important contribution to this organisation? Then nominate them for an ICA Fellowship. Being named an ICA Fellow is the most significant international distinction that can be given to a professional working in the archival and information management field. The ICA Fellows was established to honour our members and members of the international archives community who have given distinguished service to the ICA or to the cause of archives at the international level.
One of the 2018 ICA Fellows (Jonathan Rhys-Lewis) with the ICA President (Mr David Fricker) at the Yaoundé General Assembly 26 November 2018
Free ICA membership for life, which includes access to the ‘members-only’ page and access to ICA hard copy and digital publications
Complimentary registration for annual conferences and congresses
The criteria for ICA Fellows can be found here. Nominees for ICA Fellow do not have to be an ICA member. Please also note that the Fellowship cannot be awarded posthumously and self nominations will not be accepted.
Anyone interested in submitting a nomination should include:
- One page (1 page) supporting statement describing why the nominee deserves this honour
- Two brief supporting letters, no more than two (2)pages long that are specifically written for this nomination
- A brief bio of the candidate's professional contributions
Nominators are responsible for ensuring that their submissions are complete. We would also ask nominators to keep the nominations confidential until the final decision of the ICA Fellows Nominations Committee is communicated.
Deadline: Sunday, June 9, 2019 23:59 CET