Undergraduate and graduate students in entomology and related fields are a vital subset of ESA members, and much of what ESA offers students is developed and designed by student volunteers. Learn more about ESA's Student Affairs Committee, various student activities, and how you can get involved.
Numerous entomologists of the past are dubbed "fathers" of particular subfields, but where are all the "mothers" in our insect science textbooks? It's time to address this historical bias with a look at several founding women in entomology—and a conversation about how we choose to honor leaders in our field.
A grade-school curriculum using arthropods as a channel for social-emotional learning and a weekly, interactive entomology webcast earned honors in the Entomological Society of America's first annual award recognizing excellence in science communication.
Meet Amelia Lindsey, Ph.D., whose research on how the bacterium Wolbachia drives parthenogenesis in parasitoid wasps, earned her a spot in the Early Career Professional Recognition Symposium at Entomology 2021. Learn more about Lindsey and her work in the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.