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Prof. S. Bradleigh Vinson, Texas A&M University, has been awarded the Distinguished Research Medal of the International Society of Hymenopterists for 2012. This medal is awarded every 2-4 years by the society to a...
Nancy Hinkle, professor of entomology at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Governing Board member of the Entomological Society of America, recently received the Lifetime...
Silvia Rondon, Oregon State University Hermiston Research & Extension Center entomologist, discussed recent potato psyllid and zebra chip findings in Oregon in this video by Spudman Magazine. Dr. Rondon was also...
Michael Raupp, a professor, author and nationally recognized entomology expert from College Park, Md., is this year’s recipient of the International Society of Arboriculture’s (ISA) prestigious R.W. Harris...
Bob Wright, an extension entomologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was interviewed by Market Journal about soybean aphids. Wright says with cooler weather in the forecast, producers should be scouting their...
Robert Peterson, a professor of entomology at Montana State University, was interviewed by National Public Radio about aerial spraying to control mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus, since some people are expressing...
Gerry Wegner, BCE, an entomologist with Varment Guard Environmental Services and ProGuard Commercial Pest Solutions, has prepared a bug clock for the Entomological Foundation's silent auction to be held at...
Rick Vetter, a research associate at the University of California-Riverside, is featured in this news video on how brown widow spiders are displacing black widow spiders around southern California homes. The video and...
Dr. Jim Wangberg, an ESA member since 1973, will retire September 7, 2012.
Janet Knodel, an entomologist at North Dakota State University, is featured in this news video on forest tent caterpillars. "When they're in really high numbers they can cause defoliation to the trees that can...
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This edition of eNews contains information about the 2016 ESA award winners, ESA position statements on managing insect resistance to pesticides and GMOs, mosquito and vector control grants, a collection of...
This edition of ESA Science Policy News contains information about a letter from ESA and other organizations to members of Congress about the consensus among the scientific community that human activities are...
This edition of eNews contains information about upcoming ESA webinars on promoting your strengths and how to build a resume, plus member news, job ads, and more. Click here for the June 22, 2016 edition of...
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During September, 2013, there were several news reports of multitudes of crickets invading Oklahoma City. Many of these scenes were catured on video, which you can see below.
This video shows a very colorful peacock spider busting some crazy dance moves with techno music in the background. Click here to read more about the spider and for more videos. Watch the video below.  
This is a fascinating documentary about spiders, made by National Geographic. Watch the video below:  
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Annapolis, MD; Aug. 26, 2015 – The Governing Board of the Entomological Society of America (ESA) has elected 10 new Fellows of the Society for 2016. Election as a Fellow acknowledges outstanding contributions to...
Annapolis, MD; July 19, 2016 -- Since 2009, the Entomological Society of America (ESA) has held a contest called "YouTube Your Entomology," which invites entomologists to showcase their talents and creativity...
Annapolis, MD; July 18, 2016 -- Dr. Allan Felsot, a professor and extension specialist at Washington State University, has been selected to serve as a subject matter expert (SME) and liaison with the U.S. Environmental...
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