Entomology Today takes a look back at its most-read posts of 2019.
An early-career entomologist shares advice on staying inspired while changing study organisms—and continents—for postdoctoral work.
To get your research to those who need it most, get outside of the research paper box.
A new paper in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management highlights the importance of people in successful integrated pest management programs.
Three entomologists share stories from careers outside of the academic track.
Outgoing ESA Executive Director David Gammel shares his thoughts about his time at ESA, his work as an executive director, and the field of entomology.
Information on where to eat, what to do, and how to get around in St. Louis during the ESA annual meeting.
The ESA Student Affairs Committee’s symposium at Entomology 2019 will focus on addressing invasive species issues through collaboration, policy, and public engagement.
Networking can be the most valuable aspect of a scientific meeting. ESA’s Student Affairs Committee has networking tips to share.
The creator of the “Relax. I’m an Entomologist” Facebook page, Jacob Bova, discusses how he got hooked on insect science.
Just in time for its 50th anniversary, the Frost Entomological Museum at Penn State has reopened to the public. The museum's curators hope to give visitors an appreciation for the value of natural history collections as well as insects.
The documentary film about entomologists Charlie and Lois O'Brien, who donated their 1.25 million-specimen insect collection to Arizona State University in 2017, will be screened for attendees at Entomology 2019 in November. The film's directors spoke with Entomology Today about the documentary, the messages it shares, and what they learned about entomology along the way.
At every career stage, we need mentors to help us improve our personal and professional skillsets and provide insights on areas such as research, teaching, time management, writing, and more. Entomology Ph.D. candidate Jocelyn Holt shares tips on how to find, identify, and begin a working relationship with a career mentor.
In the musical Broadway adaptation of Beetlejuice, insect cameos abound, but mostly to enhance the macabre theme, rather than as an independent topic, says entomologist Emily Bick.
Meet Michael Skvarla, Ph.D., extension entomologist and director of the Insect Identification Laboratory at Penn State University, whose career path began with a Cub Scout insect-collection project. Skvarla is the subject of the next edition of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
Done well, infographics are a useful tool for engaging audiences that the entomological community doesn't usually reach. Here are a few great examples of entomology infographics and some inspiration for creating your own.