Entomology 2017 Symposia and Sessions

The following have been accepted as Program Symposia and Workshops for Entomology 2017 which will be held November 5-8, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. Section and Member Symposia, Organized Meetings, Lunch and Learns, and Sunrise Sessions will be announced later this spring.

Program Symposia

Grand Challenges: Tackling Invasive Species and Communication Strategies
Organizers: Mustapha Debboun, Alec Gerry, Peter Jensen, Blair Siegfried, Melissa Willrich Siebert, Mark Wright, Patrick Moran, Faith Oi, Chris Stelzig, Christopher Beatty, and Andrew Short

Igniting Cross Disciplinarity, Inspiring Novel Research, and Innovating Solutions to the World's Biggest Killers: Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives of Biodiversity in the Mosquitoes
Organizers: Michael Reiskind and Brian Wiegmann

Igniting the Spark: Science Communication by the Next Generation for Entomologists
Organizers: Rob Morrison, Kyndall Dye, Isobel Ronai, Amy C. Morey, Erika Machtinger, William R. Kuhn, and Ana Vélez

The Power of Cooperation: Collaborations that Facilitate Advancements in Science
Organizers: Carlos Esquivel, Adekunle Adesanya, Jocelyn R. Holt, Alix Whitener, and Andrea Skiles


Ignite, Inspire, and Innovate through Education and Outreach
Organizers: David Held, John Guyton, Ronda Hamm, and Michelle Smith

Insect Genome Editing: Why and How
Organizers: Marcé Lorenzen, Jennifer A. Brisson, and David O'Brochta

Making the Switch: A Beginner's Guide to R for Those Familiar with Other Packages
Organizer: Rebecca Schmidt-Jeffris

Promulgate Your Passion: Techniques to Create, Engage, and Communicate Science
Organizers: Aaron Pomerantz, Phil Torres, and Chris A. Johns

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