Incorporating Entomological Research in the Classroom

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.

EAW 2020 Science & Democracy

In this webinar Political Strategist, and Screenwriter Shawn Otto discusses the intersection of science and politics

Watch the webinar below.


Work on Your Social Life: Starting Social Science Collaborations

In this informative and interactive webinar, presenters Erika Machtinger, PhD, CWB®, Keith Machtinger detail the benefits of interdisciplinary instruction and draw connections across disciplines. Attendees will gain an understanding of the planning foundations for an interdisciplinary course and discover potential resources and techniques. The presenters will also share their insights into the challenges and opportunities associated with interdisciplinary courses. Dr. Jerrod Penn and Dr. Hannah Penn, will then display how economics and surveys complement entomology.

Distance Learning Tools For Students

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic ESA hosted a webinar, presented by Dr. Craig Coates and Dr. Adrienne Brundage geared towards highlighting resources and best practices for educators that have moved to a virtual classroom. The Webinar can be viewed here