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The Southeastern Branch serves ESA members in the southeastern United States as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. ESA Branches support annual meetings, awards, and other efforts to advance the work of their members.
ESA membership is organized by four subject matter-oriented Sections which offer members opportunities to network and interact with others sharing their specific interests.
Membership in ESA can enhance your career in entomology. Become a member today and start taking advantage of the benefits.
The Physiology, Biochemistry, and Toxicology Section is the professional interest section for ESA members who study insects at the cellular or molecular levels.
Information on ESA's current Presidential Committees, which are appointed by the ESA President to serve during his or her term to study or resolve immediate needs of the Society.
The Plant-Insect Ecosystems Section is the professional interest section for ESA members who focus on insect interactions with plants.
The Systematics, Evolution, and Biodiversity Section is ESA's professional interest section for people who study insect anatomy, classification, and history.
Information on ESA's 11 standing committees, which providing ongoing leadership of and support for the Society and its mission.
Information on ESA's current Special Committees, which are established by a vote of the Governing Board to carry out a particular charge for a specified period of time.
Answers to frequently asked questions about ESA, its activities, and membership in the Society.