What can you do as a scientist to get the best, most accurate coverage of your research? Tips on working with reporters.
By Derek Woller Twitter — some love it and some are indifferent, but I think we can all agree that it’s rapidly changing how people communicate with one another on […]
Summary of the "Writing for a General Audience" workshop at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America.
By Gwen Pearson “I need an ant. Who’s got an ant?” That comment came from Angela Vossenkuhl, director of Concordia University Undergraduate studies in the College of Education. She was […]
Want to get better at writing for a general audience? Check out this workshop at Entomology 2014 in Portland next month!
By Gwen Pearson ESA’s 62nd Annual Meeting will be held November 16-19, 2014 in Portland, Oregon. Portland is an amazing city, and home to The Bug Chicks, two of my […]
By Gwen Pearson As someone who’s had a bit of a meandering career path, I’m always interesting in talking to others who have found happiness off the tenure track. I […]
By Gwen Pearson Insects have inspired humans for centuries; some of the earliest human art features insects. Certainly many entomologists have been notable artists, with styles ranging from Maria Sibylla […]
How twenty-four years of Women in Entomology Breakfasts have led to changes in the Entomological Society.
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 […]
By Gwen Pearson The Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America is the largest insect meeting in the world. There are usually about 3,000 insect scientists of all kinds, […]
For nearly a decade Gwen Pearson assumed the secret identity of Bug Girl, an entomologist who blogged about insects, science, popular culture, and other topics. Now she’s come out of […]