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The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is an organization of members involved in entomology. By volunteering their time and energy, members fulfill vital leadership roles within the Society. These roles are filled through elections by the membership.
Information on ESA's current Presidential Committees, which are appointed by the ESA President to serve during his or her term to study or resolve immediate needs of the Society.
Prior to 2008, ESA's membership was organized into six Sections and ten Subsections, which were interest- and subject-based groupings. The old Sections and Subsections are listed below. For more information, please select from the links:
ESA's mission and outcome statements are central to its strategic and operational decisions.
Year President 2019 Dr. Robert K. D. Peterson
2017 ESA Governing Board
ESA's purpose is to promote the science of entomology in all of its sub disciplines for the advancement of science and the benefit of society, to publish and encourage publications pertaining to entomology, and to assure cooperation leading to these ends. In accordance with this purpose, the Society encourages its members to follow the principles laid out in its ethics statement.
ESA's work to advance its mission is directed and supported by its Governing Board, Committees, Presidential Committees and Task Forces, and Editorial Boards.
Position Name Affiliation President