How to Submit a Successful Symposium - 2022 Joint Annual Meeting

Have a great idea for a symposium topic for the Joint Annual Meeting? Unsure where to get started? Join members of the Joint Annual Meeting Program Committee for a conversation on how to submit a successful symposium proposal. We will cover the differences between types of symposia, what makes a strong proposal, and key considerations for developing your submission. Join us to discuss your ideas and find collaborators to build a successful submission.



Panelist: Chris MacQuarrie

Chris macQuarrie is a forest entomologist with Natural Resources Canada and First Vice-President of the Entomological Society of Canada. He studies the biology, ecology and management of forest pest insects affecting Canadian forests. 

Panelist: Carly Tribull

Carly Tribull is a member of the SysEB section of the Entomological Society of America and has served as a volunteer in a number of ESA positions including student competition co-chair for the 2021 meeting and Early Career Professional Committee chair. Since 2012, Carly has successfully organized a variety of meeting events, including lunch and learns/mini-workshops, member symposia, program symposia, and social mixers. They are currently an Assistant Professor at Farmingdale State College (State University of New York) where they teach entomology, general biology, and invertebrate zoology.

Panelist: Jessica Ware



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