From education to employment
NCFE

Academy honours Prince Philip’s impact to advance engineering

SkillsWorld LIVE is back

The Royal Academy of Engineering has formally announced the creation of the Prince Philip Fund, established in memory of its Senior Fellow, HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

The Fund was announced on 21 October at the Academy’s London premises Prince Philip House in the presence of Royal Fellow HRH The Princess Royal, together with Academy President Professor Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE and Chief Executive Dr Hayaatun Sillem CBE, at a reception held to commemorate HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and his immeasurable contribution to the Royal Academy of Engineering and the engineering profession.

Professor Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, says:

“HRH The Duke of Edinburgh worked tirelessly to support the Academy from its inception in 1976 as the Fellowship of Engineering. The Academy will always be indebted to Prince Philip for his passion, support and advocacy for engineering, which enabled us to grow and thrive as a leading national Academy delivering impact and value through engineering excellence and expertise.

“As we approach our first half-century, I am delighted that we are able to mark our Senior Fellow’s extraordinary contribution by creating the Prince Philip Fund, to enable our Fellows and partners to create an enduring legacy that reflects his passion for engineering and his desire to inspire others to pursue engineering as a profession.”

Notes for Editors

  1. For more information on the Prince Philip Fund and how to contribute, please see https://www.raeng.org.uk/support-us/the-prince-philip-fund
  1. The Royal Academy of Engineering is harnessing the power of engineering to build a sustainable society and an inclusive economy that works for everyone.In collaboration with our Fellows and partners, we’re growing talent and developing skills for the future, driving innovation and building global partnerships, and influencing policy and engaging the public.

For more information on our work please see https://www.raeng.org.uk/about-us

  • Active IQ EPA Button
  • https://onefile.co.uk/explore/what-are-traineeships-how-can-you-use-onefile-to-deliver-them/

For more information on our strategy to 2050 please see Strategy 2020-2025

For more information please contact:

Jane Sutton at the Royal Academy of Engineering

T: +44 207 766 0636

E: [email protected]

Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in Resources

Related Articles

Responses