Four women currently serve in the Entomological Society of America’s president, vice president, vice president-elect, and immediate past president roles—a first in the Society’s history. In a Q&A, learn more about these leaders and their perspectives on the entomology profession, their advice for career success, their favorite insects, and much more.
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New to insect collecting? Whether you're a student just getting started in entomology or a hobbyist exploring your own backyard, here's a primer on tools and tactics for gathering a variety of insects and arthropods.
Meet Hillary M. Peterson, Ph.D., Maine state IPM specialist, entomology outreach virtuoso, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
No matter the setting, communicating about science requires an understanding of both your audience and your goal and adapting your message and approach accordingly. Here's a simple framework for creating your science-communication strategy.