The online program is now available. 

Entomology 2021 will be a hybrid meeting with both in-person and virtual presentations as part of our scientific program. The Annual Meeting will combine four days of an in-person meeting with 3 months of virtual content available for all registrants to access from October 20, 2021 through January 31, 2022, allowing us to reach members all over the world, regardless of travel.

The Colorado Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency Denver (our headquarter hotel) will serve as our host site for this year’s Annual Meeting. Registration and Housing are now available for Entomology 2021.

Our opening plenary session will feature evolutionary biologist Dr. Joseph Graves, Jr. and our founders’ memorial lecture by Dr. Vernard Lewis will honor Dr. Margaret Collins. Both presentations will be featured in our livestream for the virtual audience as well as our program symposia and our Awards sessions.

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In order to create a safe environment for in-person networking and collaboration, we have updated our onsite COVID-19 safety plan to require all attendees to share their vaccination status or a recent negative test result prior entering the Convention Center. Additional information will be provided in September, along with a third-party app as we continue to evaluate the risks of spreading COVID-19 and creating a safe environment for our members and attendees while in Denver.

Want to know more about how we and the convention center are preparing for your arrival? Visit our COVID-19 Page dedicated to this year’s Annual Meeting.

In order to be flexible to accommodate speaker requests for changes to presentation formats (i.e. in-person to virtual), we will be unable to provide a printed program book.

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In order to be flexible to accommodate speaker requests for changes to presentation
formats (i.e. in-person to virtual), we will be unable to provide a printed program book.