There are many ways in which we engage with our Members, and our Members engage with us:
We collaborate in the frame of our various programmes within THEIES, taking into consideration the individual priorities and expertise of each organization to lead on catalyzing, incubating and coordinating impactful international action on issues of major scientific and public importance
Our Members nominate candidates for the IES advisory committees and are invited to join ad hoc working groups and task forces on specific topics
With regional offices in Africa and the Asian-Pacific region, the voice of science and the voice of our Members is heard at a variety of levels at the science-policy interface in a local, national, regional and international context. The IES aims to bring synergy to the work of other regional workers to ensure that regional scientific communities are fully engaged in developing and delivering global scientific strategy and action.
General Criteria for applying Student/ Professional/Senior/ Fellow Memberships are
1)Membership is by invitation (nomination).
2) Membership requires nomination by two existing THEIES members.
3) Membership is not linked to the possession of any specific education degree.
4) Membership is not contingent upon belonging to some other organization.
5) Students and non-students follow the same review process for THEIES membership.
6) You need to be a Senior Member to apply for a Fellow Membership and the Fellow Application is evaluated by committee members.
- With Invitation Only
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An application must include three research articles on reading and its related areas from a peer-reviewed journal with the applicant as the sole author, first author, or co-author. The articles will need to be in PDF format. If the applicant is not the sole author or first author of a publication, please provide a brief summary of the applicant’s contribution to the work.
A majority of the membership committee must agree that this article constitutes evidence that the applicant understands the principles of science and knows how to apply these principles to reading research, with approximately the same level of competence as a Distinguished Member of IES.
A majority of the Board of Directors must vote to approve the application for membership. The Board makes decisions on voting membership at the monthly meeting. Therefore, applications must be submitted at least two weeks before a monthly meeting in order for a decision to be made at that meeting. Applications received after this date will be voted upon at the following monthly meeting. All applicants will be informed by email shortly after this decision process has been completed.
IES membership requires nomination by two existing IES members.
IES membership is not linked to the possession of any specific education degree.
Students and non-students follow the same review process for IES membership. The procedures for nomination and the election of member and international member candidates involve a search in all fields of engineering by present members of the IES for outstanding individuals with identifiable contributions or accomplishments in one or both of the following categories:
Engineering research, or education, including, where appropriate, significant contributions to the engineering literature. Pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of engineering.