ESA is hosting Valuing Entomology: Enhancing Pay Transparency and Equity to support entomologists as they negotiate compensation packages and seek to increase pay equity for women and entomologists of color.
Rockman et al Cooperative (REA), external evaluators for PHEFA, will host a webinar for PHEFA project staff, program facilitators, and mentors. The purpose of this webinar is to share preliminary evaluation findings in a more interactive and participatory format. REA will provide an overview of the evaluation design and highlight how the PHEFA program offerings impacted participants thus far. Webinar attendees will be invited to ask questions, validate findings, identify any surprising findings, and also be encouraged to share their own programmatic experiences. We will also discuss and share any information, resources, or methods project staff, facilitators, and mentors utilized to make PHEFA's initiatives more successful and lessons learned that may help inform 2024 planning.
A webinar track for ESA ECP careers in non-profit/non-government organizations (NGO) webinar featuring Dr. Melinda Rostal (EcoHealth Alliance), Grace Kunkel (Project Apis mellifera), and Dr. Andrew Golnar (Science Philanthropy Alliance)
Without access to professional development opportunities for non-academic roles, particularly industry jobs, graduate students, and early career professionals (ECPs) may not be adequately prepared for successful job searches, job applications, and networking in the industry sector. The goal of this is to provide participants with the tools to create an effective and streamlined CV/resume for industry positions and learn it directly from industry hiring managers.
ESA and CDC have partnered to provide internships and fellowships to students and graduates of Minority Serving Institutions who are interested in Public Health Entomology. Attend this webinar to learn more about Public Health Entomology for All (PHEFA) internships and fellowships. Selected interns and fellows will work at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Fort Collins, or San Juan.
Saying “No” is no easy matter and can be extremely challenging in professional workspaces, particularly for historically marginalized communities (e.g., women in science, people of color, LGBTQIA+ persons or persons with disabilities), early career professionals and international scholars.
Dr. Raymond A. Cloyd, a professor and extension specialist at Kansas State University, presented this webinar for the Entomologial Society of America (ESA). This webinar discusses how to efficiently and effectively review a journal manuscript by addressing factors associated with the manuscript submission and review process, procedures affiliated with conducting an efficient and effective review of a journal manuscript, and the value of the manuscript review process. http://www.entsoc.org
Engaging with state-level representatives can be just as important as connecting with federal representatives. Four ESA Science Policy Fellows will talk about the ways and reasons to connect with your state and local representatives, and what kind of information they need from scientists.
This webinar kicks off Entomology Advocacy Week by providing an update on what's going on in Washington related to entomology, as well as ways to connect with your elected representatives to share your thoughts about why supporting entomological research priorities matters!
Careers in entomology are just as diverse as the insects and arthropods we study! For this installment of the ECP webinar series highlighting the diverse careers in entomology, we are focusing on careers in industry and business. Come meet our panelists and learn more about what they do, the job interview and hiring process, tips on how to be successful in industry, business, and more!