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This award from the Systematics, Evolution & Biodiversity Section (SysEB) is named in honor of Dr. Edith M. Patch, ESA’s first woman president.

The MUVE Student Travel Awards recognize MUVE student members who have demonstrated excellence in the Medical, Urban and Veterinary Entomology.  Five travel awards consisting of $500 each will be available to all MUVE student members. The recipient is presented with the award at the ESA Annual Me

The P-IE Undergraduate Student Achievement in Entomology Award recognizes undergraduate students who have demonstrated significant achievements through research, teaching and/or outreach in entomology. As many as four awards may be presented annually.

This award from the Systematics, Evolution & Biodiversity Section (SysEB) is named in honor of Dr.

The P-IE Master’s Student Achievement in Entomology Award recognizes a master’s student who has demonstrated creativity and significant achievements through research, teaching and/or outreach in entomology.

The P-IE Lifetime Achievement in Entomology Award, formerly known as P-IE Legends of Entomology Award, recognizes the career of an entomologist who has greatly contributed to the advancement or promotion of entomology, and has been an inspiration to others. The award, consisting of an inscribed p

The Kenneth and Barbara Starks Plant Resistance to Insects Graduate Student Award, administered and presented by P-IE Section, recognizes innovative research by a graduate student in entomology or plant breeding/genetics. The award was established by an endowment from donations by Kenneth J.

Presented by P-IE and Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, the Integrated Pest Management Team Award recognizes the successful efforts of a collaborative team approach to pest control.

The Systematics, Evolution, and Biodiversity (SysEB) Section leadership invites SysEB undergraduate and graduate students to submit applications for the SysEB Student Research Travel Award Program (SRTA).

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