2014 ESA Pacific Branch Annual Meeting

The 98th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Branch of the Entomological Society of America was held April 6-9, 2014 at the Marriott University Park in Tucson, Arizona.

This year’s theme was:

 “The Changing Landscape of Entomology in the Pacific Branch

Use the following links for more information:

Invitation to PBESA 2014

Call for Papers/Posters Now closed. 

Meeting Program Final Program now available. 

Fun Things to Do and See in the Tucson Area

Special Sunday Night Lecture - Dr. Timothy Swindle, Department of Planetary Sciences, "Turning Points of Light in Places: 50 Years of Planetary Science at the University of Arizona"

Symposia 

NEW -- University of Arizona Insect Collection – The newly renovated facility will be open for visitors during the meeting.  The collections contain two million specimens representing about 35,000 species highlighting the Sonoran Desert Region.  Stop by anytime between 8A-4P Monday-Friday.  The Collection is housed in Forbes Hall a short walk from the hotel (map). 

Call for Award Nominations Now closed.

Student Travel Awards Now closed.

Linnaean Games Entry now closed.  We have six teams ready to compete and will hold a preliminary elimination round on Monday (April 7th) morning following the Plenary Session.

Career Fair – Looking for a job? Looking for a few good entomologists?  Join us Tuesday evening. (download PDF flyer)

Continuing Education Credits – CE credits will be available for AZ, CA, ID, NV, and WA. Please see program for qualifying sessions and times.