Fellowship of the Royal Society of New Zealand (FRSNZ) is an honour conferred for distinction in research or the advancement of science, or technology, or the humanities.

Since its earliest days the Royal Society has made provision for the election of Honorary Fellows from overseas institutions. These were called Honorary Members until the Society’s new Act in 1997. With similar criteria to those for Fellowship, Honorary Fellowships are aimed at encouraging liaison between  scientists of different nations and promoting communication and links.

Current Fellows and Honorary Fellows

There are currently 395 Fellows and 58 Honorary Fellows.

All Fellows and Honorary Fellows


Fellowship Bylaws

Fellowship selection

Announcements of New Fellows