By Derek Hennen Twitter has made headlines recently by becoming a public company. As the micro-blogging service enters this new phase, some people may still be wondering, “What’s the point […]
This video was created by Justin Bredlau, a PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University who works with parasitic wasps. The video follows two new female members of the Entomological Society […]
How twenty-four years of Women in Entomology Breakfasts have led to changes in the Entomological Society.
The Linnaean Games are a lively question-and-answer, college bowl-style competition on entomological facts played between university-sponsored student teams. The first Games at the national level occurred at the 1983 annual […]
By Gwen Pearson The Insect Expo Rides again! After a long hiatus, the Entomological Foundation and ESA hosted the 2013 Austin Insect Rodeo Expo. The Expo is a free outreach […]
The Austin Insect Rodeo Expo at the Bullock Texas State History Museum was held today, and more than 1,200 visitors came to see Termite NASCAR, Maggot Art, an Insect Petting […]
In this video, ESA 2013 President Rob Wiedenmann shares his theme, “Science Impacting a Connected World,” and what he has in common with the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. And Meeting […]