Upcoming Webinars

Hear from innovative thought leaders in the field of entomology. ESA hosts several webinars a year featuring career development best practices, how-to guides, and more. Registration is free for ESA's hour-long webinars and archives of each presentation are available for ESA members only. Consider joining ESA today!

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Date & Registration Link

Presenter(s) & Description

How to Submit a Successful Symposium

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

2-3 PM Eastern Time


Have a great idea for a symposium topic for the Joint Annual Meeting? Unsure where to get started? Join members of the Joint Annual Meeting Program Committee for a conversation on how to submit a successful symposium proposal. We will cover the differences between types of symposia, what makes a strong proposal, and key considerations for developing your submission. Join us to discuss your ideas and find collaborators to build a successful submission.

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Brood X 2021: Discoveries, outreach, and new questions

Thursday, January 27, 2022

2-3:30 PM Eastern Time


The highly anticipated emergence of the Great Eastern Brood, Brood X of the 17-year periodical cicadas in 2021, with a large footprint in northeastern US, was the focus of widespread research and education by entomologists. What did we learn? Who and how many did we reach? What questions remain? This webinar, sponsored by the Eastern Branch, will review early findings, outreach activities, and new questions from our fellow entomologists, and provide an opportunity for discussion of a range of topics on the cicada emergence.

Panelists: Brian Lovett, Dan Gruner, Michael Raupp, Paula Shrewsbury

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Social Justice and Entomology: Climate Change

Thursday, February 10, 2022

1-2 PM Eastern Time


Climate change impacts both host plants and insects leading to changes in human and animal migration, disease patterns, and food production. Changes such as these often increase inequity among social groups. Whether in the area of vector-borne disease or food production, can entomology work to lessen inequity caused by climate change locally and globally? What are the roles and responsibilities of entomologists?

Panelists: Charles Ben Beard, Emily Meineke

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**Please note that all the webinars are for everyone! Each webinar will be captioned. If you require another access service to fully participate or have any questions about accessibility, please contact Javhana Johnson at jjohnson@entsoc.org. To ensure the best experience, please try to contact us at your earliest convenience.**

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