Submit to a Symposium

New for 2014, select symposia will be accepting submitted Ten-Minute Paper and/or Poster Presentations to be included in the symposium session. Submissions are due by Friday, May 30 and will be reviewed by symposia organizers in early June. Presenters accepted into Symposia will be notified by August. Presentations not selected for a symposium will be grouped by topic area in the Ten-Minute Paper or Poster Presentation sessions.

Below is the list of Symposia accepting submissions. 

Ten-Minute Paper Presentations

Program Symposia:

  • Reaching Beyond Our Horizon: Social Media & Connecting with the World

Section Symposia:

Medical, Urban, and Veterinary Entomology

  • Beyond Pesticides: The Conundrum of Bed Bugs
  • One Health: Linking Entomologists to Aid in the Pursuit of Improved Health for Humans, Animals, and our Ecosystems
  • Triatominae from Genes to Populations: The Road to New Insights and Challenges on the Horizon of Vector Ecology

Physiology, Biochemistry and Toxicology

  • Buzz-Kills: The Genomics and Ecology of Stress in Pollinators
  • Highlighting a Career of Defining and Meeting Grand Challenges in Entomology: A Symposium in Honor of David L. Denlinger

Plant-Insect Ecosystems

  • Biological Insect Control - Ready for a Breakthrough?
  • Functional Characterization of Insect Chemoreceptors: On Receptivity Range and Expression
  • New Perspectives on Changing Landscapes Offered by Big Data Approaches
  • Pesticides, Parasites and Pests: The Impacts of Environmental Stressors on Beneficial Insects
  • Roles of Biotic Interactions in Invasion Biology

Systematics, Evolution and Biodiversity

  • How the Fossil Record Can Contribute to Our Understanding of Insect Ecology and Evolution
  • Out of the Field and Into the Lab: The State of the Art in Sorting Biodiversity Samples and Processing to Publication

Member Symposia:

  • Answering Tomorrow’s Challenges to Manage Insects in Greenhouses with Today’s Research
  • Biogeography and Evolution of Mesoamerican Arthropods
  • Cotton IPM: Texas Style
  • Design and management of Agroecosystems for Functional Biodiversity
  • Enhancing Biological Control in Protected Agriculture with Banker Plants
  • Grand Challenge: Effective Science Education with Communication
  • Human-Mediated Spread of Invasive Alien Insects: New Assessment Approaches and Data Needs
  • Insect Life Tables: Theory, Data Analysis, and Application
  • Insects as Sustainable and Innovative Sources of Food and Feed Production
  • IPM: An International Organic Farming Strategy on Invasive Insect Species
  • Merging the Ecological and Systematic Knowledge of Carabid Beetles
  • New Horizons in Ornamental IPM
  • Restoration of Degraded Island Ecosystems: Unravelling the Complex Interactions of Invasive Social Hymenoptera
  • Senior Member Symposium and Challenges beyond the Horizon: Hops, Breweries, Pest Management and Native Bee Nesting Mobility in the Pacific Northwest
  • Sexally Dimorphic Chemosensory Behavior in Drosophila
  • Six legs, Many Panels: Entomological Comics and Their Importance in Education and Culture
  • The Challenges and Significant Contributions of Insect Repellents to Vector Control
  • The Role of Diversity in Pollinator Conservation
  • Thinking Outside the Box: Entomopathogens in IPM Programs
  • Underlying aspects of Insect Reproduction: What We Know and What Needs to be Done
  • Utilizing Orthopteroid Insects to Overcome Grand Challenges in an Ever-Evolving World

Organized Meetings:

  • Embracing Diversity through Global Education and Collaboration in Entomology
  • Annual Meeting of the Nearctic Regional Section, International Organization for Biocontrol
  • Current Advances in Acarology
  • Highlights of Medical, Urban and Veterinary Entomology in 2014
  • PBT Networking Section
  • Spotted Wing Drosophila: Developing Solutions for a Challenging Pest
  • SysEB Section Meeting

 

Poster Presentations

Program Symposia:

  • Social Insects as Models for Biological Complexity: Lessons Learned and Challenges on the Horizon

Section Symposia:

Medical, Urban, and Veterinary Entomology

  • Triatominae from Genes to Populations: The Road to New Insights and Challenges on the Horizon of Vector Ecology

Physiology, Biochemistry and Toxicology

  • Buzz-Kills: The Genomics and Ecology of Stress in Pollinators
  • Highlighting a Career of Defining and Meeting Grand Challenges in Entomology: a Symposium in Honor of David L. Denlinger

Plant-Insect Ecosystems

  • Biological Insect Control - Ready for a Breakthrough?
  • Functional Characterization of Insect Chemoreceptors: On Receptivity Range and Expression
  • ·Roles of Biotic Interactions in Invasion Biology

Systematics, Evolution and Biodiversity

  • Out of the Field and Into the Lab: The State of the Art in Sorting Biodiversity Samples and Processing to Publication

Member Symposia:

  • Answering Tomorrow’s Challenges to Manage Insects in Greenhouses with Today’s Research
  • Cotton IPM: Texas Style
  • Grand Challenge: Effective Science Education with Communication
  • Insect Life Tables: Theory, Data Analysis, and Application
  • IPM: An International Organic Farming Strategy on Invasive Insect Species
  • Restoration of Degraded Island Ecosystems: Unravelling the Complex Interactions of Invasive Social Hymenoptera

Organized Meetings:

  • Embracing Diversity through Global Education and Collaboration in Entomology

 

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