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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.
This award is given to one graduate student from the Southwestern Branch to promote interest in entomology at the graduate level and to stimulate interest in attending the fall/winter ESA Annual Meeting.
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.
A call for nominationsDeadline: May 1, 2018
What is the SysEB Student Research Endowment?The SysEB Student Research Endowment is a permanent ESA endowment that provides research-enhancement awards for graduate and undergraduate students who are members in good standing of the Systematics, Evolution and Biodiversit
A call for proposals Due: Friday, 16 March 2018
The Pacific Branch of the Entomological Society of America is offering a limited number of travel awards to student members attending this year’s PBESA meeting. These grants will provide up to $500 to help offset travel and attendance costs.