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Whether this is your first professional scientific meeting, or you have attended meetings in the past, students planning to attend Entomology 2017 should participate in ESA's hour-long Know Before You Go webinar to learn about student events, and Annual Meeting happenings like 3-Minute Lightning Bug Talks, Workshops, and Lunch and Learns. Hosted by ESA's Student Affairs Committee, the four presenters will provide tips and tricks on ensuring you make the most of your time at the Annual Meeting, with topics such as networking tips, what to wear, what to bring, and more!
Learn from recruiters and from those who have recently gone through the interviewing and hiring process on how to best prepare for job interviews. In part two of this webinar series, our panelists will discuss interviewing skills in the context of government and industry entomological positions.
Learn from recruiters and from those who have recently gone through the interviewing and hiring process on how to best prepare for job interviews. In part one of this webinar series, our panelists will discuss interviewing skills in the context of academia and non-traditional entomological positions.
Links to educational institutions offering entomology programs and courses, online courses, and student entomology clubs.
Attend ESA’s free professional development webinars for entomologists providing education on a broad range of topics and techniques.
What is the SysEB Student Research Endowment?
The Eastern Branch of the Entomological Society of America recognizes an outstanding Masters level graduate student each year through the presentation of the Asa Fitch Memorial Award. The award consists of $250 and a certificate.
Southeastern Branch Student Display Awards are given to the M.S. and Ph.D. students who present the best research papers in a display format at the annual Branch meeting. The award is based on both presentation of the display and a written summary.
The Robert T. Gast Award (Ph.D.) and the Southeastern Branch Student Award (M.S.) are awarded to students who present the best research papers at the ESA-SEB annual meeting. The awards are based on the performance of the student’s oral presentation.