Performing Arts Administration program director Dr. Richard Maloney has been appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) for contributions to cultural policy and management education and research.
Founded in 1754, the RSA is a London-based international organization committed to finding practical cross-disciplinary solutions to pressing social challenges. The RSA Fellowship -- an inclusive global community committed to finding better ways of thinking, acting, and delivering change -- encourages connections and collaborations between Fellows. Notable past and present Fellows include Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Adam Smith, Tim Berners-Lee, and Stephen Hawking.
Dr. Maloney said, “I am honored to be named a Fellow of the RSA and look forward to working with members of this amazing community of scholars and practitioners to explore the role the arts can play in improving the quality of life for individuals around the world.”