The in-depth presentation that's part of many academic job interviews comes with a unique set of opportunities and challenges. Here's some advice for building skills and experience to ace your next job talk.
Meet Avery Russell, entomologist and assistant professor at Missouri State University, behavioral and evolutionary ecologist, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
Even pre-pandemic, life as a graduate student in entomology or other scientific fields can make it difficult to build social connections and find one's place in a community. One entomology graduate student shares advice for creating or growing social groups as an important part of a healthy student work-life balance.
Weighty problems like the threat of vector-borne disease require more than just entomological solutions, and students of insect science can be leaders in bringing together research from a variety of fields. One student shares his view on the potential collaborations that students could develop to mitigate the rise of tick-borne disease.