As entomologists we know that many of our survey and research activities capture numerous specimens in addition to the insects we are studying… sometimes at ghastly levels. There has been a recent surge of interest in the pro
The opportunity to serve as editor-in-chief of one of the Entomological Society of America's flagship journals does not arise every day, but if you think you may be qualified, or know of someone who is, please apply for the newly announced opening fo
Hope everyone saw the invitation to the Women in Entomology Breakfast from 6:30 –7:45 AM on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018 at the Vancouver Convention Centre Ballroom Foyer. If not, please check your email on 15 October for the full text of the invitation.
Periodically I go looking for new podcasts because someone suggested one, and I get lost in discovering even more content. My newest discovery is an apparently limited (6 episodes all from 2018) series from Harvard Business Review (HBR) called Women
In a week, many of you will be traveling to or have arrived in Denver for ESA 2017. This year the Women in Entomology Breakfast is featured as a Sunrise Session on Monday 6 November from 6:30–7:45 AM in the Hyatt Regency Altitude II. It costs $23.13
The month of March is coming to a close (already!) without a peep on this network. How have you been celebrating this month? Have you nominated a deserving woman for an award http://www.entsoc.org/about/awards-honors?
Hello all. I'm a new member looking for some advice. Despite my undergraduate degree being in psychology, as well as some graduate work in forensic psychology, I am interested in changing my career path to forensic science -- specifically, forensic e
One of the well-done video channels I subscribe to on YouTube is theBrainScoop, by Emily Graslie for the Field Museum of Natural History. One of her latest is about a subject that gets little attention because everyone is embarrassed to bring it up,
You may know that I have been a big fan of podcasts (since before they became cool), episodic radio-like programming that you can listen to when you want (I listen most often when doing house or yard work, when walking, and sometimes cooking). One of
I'd be the first to admit that I don't use LinkedIn effectively, in part because I am not job hunting and in part because the ways they characterize relationships never quite fits, so it makes it clunky to me. That said, I still get leads to articles
Earlier this summer we saw a heartening backlash on Twitter to comments by Nobel laureate, Tim Hunt, when he declared at an international conference that the "trouble with girls" in the laboratory is that "You fall in love with them, they fall in lov
We would like to extend an invitation for you to join us at the Women in Science Breakfast, Monday, November 16th from 6:15 AM ongoing through 8 AM. For the first time, the event will be held right in the Convention Center at the Seasons (2nd floor)