Released on December 21, 2021           




The Engineered Science Society offers an academic fellowship program designed for those residents whose career goals include Productive research careers and/or education. The fellowship is a combined program with the Engineered Science publisher. The purpose of these guidelines is to describe the procedures for nomination and election of Engineered Science Society members to the Fellow of the Society grade and to provide some assistance for carrying out those procedures.


Fellow of the Society Member

To be elected Fellow of the Engineered Science Society (FESS), a candidate shall have demonstrated outstanding achievements in the field of science or technology, or in the management of such activities; shall be sponsored, in writing, by the Board of Directors of at least one Section or Division, or by a committee of the Society organized for this purpose; shall have credentials certified by and application approved by the Credentials Committee; and shall have been a member in good standing for three years. The level of Fellow of the Society shall at no time exceed 5% of the voting members in good standing in the Society. Candidates shall have 

The existing experiences and achievements from career history can be used. Demonstrate your excellence in STEM.

Eligibility for the FESS member grade is accomplished a step change in the state of the art of STEM:

1. internationally recognized research ins STEM.

2. invented technology or its commercial practice bringing significant benefit to society.

3. significant contribution to Engineered Science Society.

4. and other related achievements. 

The candidates must have contributed substantially, which include but is not limited to being an inventor, proprietor, creator, or developer of a new concept or a driving force in reducing such to practice, or a recognized leader of such an effort with responsibilities that go beyond the administrative, such that the accomplishment could not have been made without that individual’s dedicated leadership.  The following recognition would include but is not limited to:

1. contribute to national-level program/grant/project.

2. approved patents

3. peer-reviewed publications

4. awards

5. promotions

6. letters of acknowledgment


The Nominee completes the Professional Record Form and submits it along with the proper documentation, i.e., title pages of all publications, patents, papers, books, etc. that support the application for Fellow, to FESS.  A list of all publications is of interest but not mandatory. Copies of the Professional Record should also be made available to the Sponsors for their review.

The nomination components should include,

1. A summary stating the achievement on which the nomination is based that includes,

Technical Achievement

Service to the Community

Service to Engineered Science Society (ESS)

2. A Curriculum Vitae (not more than 20 pages) to support the nomination summary that includes

Educational history

Work experience





3. Letter of Recommendation (Minimum two)

4. With the fellow’s consent, other information such as photo, affiliation, and contact information may also be included.

Please submit your application through email to es@espublisher.com with the subject of the email as “Nomination of "Nominee Name" for Fellow of Engineered Science Society (FESS)”. Please contact us for any queries.

 Process Champion

1. Facilitate the distribution and submission of the Professional Record and Sponsor Statements.

2. Submit all paperwork electronically to FESS for distribution to the Fellows Election Committee.

3. Do any required follow-up.



Fellow for ESS is eligible to be nominated and to nominate others, for the annual prizes and awards.

For the electronic submission of a completed application – Nov. 1st  each year.

Submittal Process

Paper submission is not accepted. All files and materials must be received electronically in a word or pdf compatible format. They must be sent in the form of Microsoft Word (.doc), or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf). Please contact Engineered Science for more questions.