A Fellow of the World Aquaculture Society is defined as "a member who has made outstanding achievements in aquaculture science, industry, outreach or extension as recognized by his/her peers." Examples of outstanding advancement can be in research, education, technology, service to professional societies, administration in academia, industry or government, or on abilities in communicating and interpreting aquaculture science to the public.
Election as a Fellow of the World Aquaculture Society is an honor bestowed upon
members of the World Aquaculture Society by their peers on behalf of their
meritorious efforts to advance aquaculture.