Entomology Games - Why You Need to Participate

Do you have what it takes to compete in the Entomology Games?

ESA Branches encourage new teams, minority serving institutions, and departments with non-traditional entomology programs to participate in the Games, starting at the branch level.

Showcase your talent and knowledge in the Entomology Games and get these benefits for free:

Southeastern Branch Student Registration Scholarship

This scholarship is intended for any undergraduate or graduate student performing research or extension/outreach work in the field of entomology to present their work at the ESA Southeastern Branch Meeting. 

Five full registration scholarships will be provided for students to attend the 2024 Southeastern Branch Meeting. Funding priority will be given to students who have not previously attended a Branch meeting and are members of underrepresented demographics within ESA

Universities, Courses & Entomology Clubs

The study of insect science can provide a fascinating and rewarding career.

Typically, entomologists study insects and their relationships to the environment, humans, animals and other organisms. The science of entomology provides many opportunities to those interested in the diversity of nature – from studying insects related to human and animal health, quality of life, crop and forest management, discovering new species, forensics used in crime scenes, and in many other areas.

Upcoming Webinars

Attend ESA’s free professional development webinars for entomologists providing education on a broad range of topics and techniques.

SysEB Student Research Endowment FAQs

The SysEB Student Research Endowment is a permanent ESA endowment that provides research-enhancement awards for graduate and undergraduate students who are members in good standing of the Systematics, Evolution, and Biodiversity (SysEB) Section of the Entomological Society of America (ESA).