ESA Announces Call for Nominations for Special Election
Society to hold special election to fill vice president-elect position
Annapolis, MD; March 17, 2020—The Entomological Society of America has announced a call for nominations for the role of vice president-elect of the Society. Nominations are due April 1, 2020.
Following the recent resignation of Vice President Timothy Schowalter, Ph.D., ESA Vice President-Elect Michelle Smith, BCE, has succeeded Schowalter to the role of vice president. The Society will hold a special election to fill the now-vacant position of vice president-elect.
Nominations may be submitted online via the ESA Nomination Submission Form. As is ESA’s standard practice for the role of vice president-elect, nominees must be endorsed by an ESA Branch or Section or provide a signed petition of at least 10 members supporting their nomination. All nominees must also provide a bio of up to 250 words, a statement of up to 250 words describing their perception of critical issues and future vision for the Society, a photo, and a professional conduct disclosure statement.
All nominations must be submitted via the ESA website by 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on April 1, 2020. The special election will then take place April 6-May 6, 2020. All individuals who have joined or renewed their membership with ESA for 2020 by March 31 are eligible to participate in the special election.
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