Fellow Electoion Procedure, For OARS 2023
The election procedure
The application window opens only once each year. Doctorates and Doctors of Literature can apply online through any accredited organization. They will be asked to submit a complete set of their academic records, including links to their published research. OARS will verify, grade, and certify them, and if found eligible, the registrar will broadcast the profile to our pre-existing fellow members. After this, the Fellow Election Procedure will start according to our Charter, Byelaws, and Standing Orders.
The new Fellows are elected yearly to provide new energy and vigor to the Open Association of Research Society. The election process is, therefore, crucial to the well-being and standing of the Society; it involves a considerable amount of work by many Fellows.
This document explains the comprehensive and rigorous online procedure by which their work is carried out.
Candidate Eligibility Verification (December)
Peer Review and Ranking (January-February)
External Referee Evaluation (February-March)
Voting by Existing Fellows (March)
Election Results Announcement (April)
New Fellow Orientation and Onboarding (May-June)
Formal Admission Ceremony (July)
In conclusion, the Fellow Election Procedure of the Open Association of Research Society (OARS) is a highly rigorous and thorough process, involving multiple layers of evaluation, peer review, and external referee assessments. This ensures that only the most exceptional and deserving candidates become Fellows of the Society, upholding the prestigious reputation and standards of the OARS. By adopting an online platform for the entire election process, OARS has made the procedure more accessible, efficient, and secure for all participants, while maintaining its strict commitment to academic and research excellence.