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Tag: Jessica Ware

A New Era in Entomology: Q&A With ESA’s All-Woman Presidential Lineup

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.

Scenes from Entomology 2021

ICYMI: Highlights From Entomology 2021

The in-person portion of Entomology 2021 wrapped up two weeks ago, while virtual content remains available through January. Have a look at highlights from the event, featuring photos from Denver, social media reactions, and more.

Gavin Campbell

Colonialism in Entomology: How a Historical Problem Persists Today

Historical and ongoing practices by scientists in the Global North have extracted scientific knowledge and resources from communities in the Global South, leaving scientists there at a great disadvantage to pursue their work—and their valuable perspectives absent from professional scientific discourse. A group of entomologists explain how colonialism impacts entomology and the actions that could work to more equitably distribute access to insect science.