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Join presenter Jim Benton for an hour-long classroom experience of experimenting with translating the writing of poetry to writing more effectively in any genre. Participants will write, share their writing, share responses with each other, revise and edit, and discover an effective writing process.

Join Carly Tribull and Michael Skvarla as they present some of the challenges and potential solutions for teaching a collection-based entomology class mostly isolated from students.

Have a great idea for a symposium topic for the Annual Meeting? Unsure where to get started? Join the Entomology 2021 Program Chairs for a conversation on how to submit a successful symposium proposal.

Dr. Laramy Enders (UNL) and Dr. Sarah Zukoff (KSU) outline the many ingredients required to deliver a truly great scientific presentation. In the first half, Laramy focuses on the dos and don’ts of presenting at an annual meeting such as ESA’s, Entomology 2015. In the second half, Sarah focuses on presenting to the public in an extension capacity. Combined, they offer valuable advice for entomologists and scientists in any stage of their career.

Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 2:00PM Eastern

Webinar attendees will develop intuition for how best to visualize their data (e.g., optimal chart types and color schemes), will learn about novel visualization strategies that can be adapted for scientific data, and will gain familiarity with software that will allow them to generate scientific figures both through writing code and through point-and-click interfaces that require no programming knowledge.

How can teachers and educators use entomology research to communicate important scientific concepts? Using papers published in Insect Systematics and Diversity, a group of panelists will discuss how their research can be used in a classroom to teach key concepts and methods, from ecology and conservation to evolution and taxonomy. 

Part 2 of 2 of an interactive ARM (Agriculture Research Management) certification training. The training covers all aspects of ARM including Planning an experiment, conducting a trial, analyzing data, and reporting results.

Part 1 of 2 of an interactive ARM (Agriculture Research Management) certification training. The training covers all aspects of ARM including Planning an experiment, conducting a trial, analyzing data, and reporting results.

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