We are excited to announce the winners of this year's award symposia: Early Career Professional Recognition Symposium and Rising Stars of Entomology Award Symposium. We look forward to their featured 30-minute presentations at Entomology 2023.
This juried symposium is open to submissions from ESA Student Transition and Early Professional members. Four presenters will be selected, one representing each ESA Section, to give a 30-minute feature presentation describing their research contributions in this special symposium. The deadline for applications is Monday, May 1, 2023.
Below is a complete list of the submission categories for the Annual Meeting, along with their descriptions.
Some symposia and 10-minute paper and poster sessions will be on-demand for Entomology 2023. This includes invited presentations as well as regular and student presentations.
On-demand content will be available for registrants to watch at any time beginning October 30, 2023.
Entomology 2023 will feature both in-person and on-demand (virtual) content. Learn more about the meeting format with the following frequently asked questions.
To help you further understand the meeting format, here is a breakdown of the terms used:
Entomology 2023 will take place just outside of Washington, DC at the Gaylord National Resort & Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Join us this November for our Annual Meeting taking place all under one roof!
National Harbor, MD
Invited presentations in symposia are allotted time slots by their organizer and typically range from 15 to 45 minutes in duration, which includes time for questions. Symposia organizers and session moderators are instructed to enforce the time limit and the moderator will stop a presenter who exceeds their total time limit. Please time your presentation accordingly to avoid this embarrassing situation.
The Program Committee works diligently to group presentations in sessions along similar topics and themes and to resolve as many scheduling conflicts as possible. While the Committee does their best to take all of these factors into account, a perfect fit is not always possible. The size of each session is dependent upon the initial number of papers submitted to each topic area.