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The purpose of this award is to honor individuals who have made outstanding contributions to entomology and thereby highlight their career accomplishments to inspire all entomologist.  They need not be members of the Society. View previous winners.

This award acknowledges significant and outstanding work in the fields of insect systematics, morphology, or evolution. "Insect" is defined here to include insect allies. View previous winners.

This award recognizes and encourages outstanding extension, research, and teaching contributions in urban entomology, defined here in its broadest sense as the study of the biology and control of arthropods found in the home or surrounding landscape. This includes structural and wood-destroying pests and pests of ornamental plants, shade trees, and turf. View previous winners.

This award, sponsored by Syngenta Crop Protection, shall be made on the basis of outstanding contributions that relate directly to Integrated Pest Management (IPM). View previous winners.

This award was recognizes and encourages innovative research in the areas of insect physiology, biochemistry, and toxicology in the broad sense. The areas of research may include development, molecular biology, genetics, defense mechanisms, and other offshoots of physiology, biochemistry, and toxicology. View previous winners.

This award recognizes entomologists who are making significant contributions to agriculture. View previous winners.

The purpose of this award is to honor the role of entomological education as a basis for the entire discipline by recognizing an ESA member who is deems to the most outstanding educator of the year. View previous winners.

This award honors any entomologist who has contributed to the American horticulture industry. The award consists of $500 and an inscribed plaque.  View Previous Winners

This award recognizes outstanding contributions to extension entomology. View previous winners.

This award recognizes creative entomologist who have demonstrated the ability to find alternative solutions to problems that significantly impact entomology. View previous winners.