Congratulations to our student prize winners from the 2020 ISH vitual symposia!
Cristina Vasilița, from University „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” in Iași: A rare genus calls into question the morphological monotony of Trissolcus Ashmead.
Joint Second Prize:
Lucas Hearn, from Flinders University, South Australia: Temporal variation in parasite pressure: niche partitioning of seven parasitoids driven by host resource utilisation.
Ernesto Samacá, from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Systematics and evolution of different phytophagous strategies in Allorhogas (Braconidae: Doryctinae) and other gall-associated related genera
Jessica Awad, from State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart: The Perils of Platygaster
Marina Moser, from State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart: Ancient amber meets modern methods: Using micro-CT scanning to describe new species of Spalangiopelta from Baltic amber
Jonah Ulmer, from State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart: The Waterston’s Organ of Ceraphronidae: A morphological barcode to a cryptic taxon
In addition, we are setting up three online symposia for current ISH members, to take place live on 12 November in three time zones. Sessions will not be recorded, so get your coffee ready to attend as many talks as possible. There will be a student prize (with two runner up prizes) that will be judged across the whole symposia.
Australasia – Start Time: 10:00 am JST (UTC +9) Europe, Middle East, Africa – Start Time:10:00 am CET (UTC +1) North, Central, and South America – Start Time: 10:00 am CST (UTC -6)
Are you an ISH member, and a student or Early Career Professional or Researcher? Shelby Kilpatrick, the society student representative, would like you to complete a survey by Friday 5th June 2020, so that she can learn about your interests and how she can support them:
Miles Zhang, our Social Media Officer, has created a form for student and Early Career members who would like to be considered as a potential journal manuscript reviewers to sign up on: https://forms.gle/aUZDMw11GdtNhmms8. Please view the message at the top of the form for additional details. We hope that this form creates opportunities for our members!
For information: the International Congress of Entomology has been postponed until July 2021 (see information on https://ice2020helsinki.fi/). For people who intended to attend and present, note in particular that
* already accepted abstracts remain accepted, and can be freely edited by authors to reflect new research, until April 30, 2021. * submission deadline for new abstracts is extended until the end of February 2021.
Information on the ISH business meeting and symposium that was scheduled to take place during the Congress will be circulated at a later stage.
Applicants must register on Galaxie and upload their
documents online. No spontaneous application will be accepted, nor any paper
Please note that applicants must necessary bee already registered on the
qualification list of French lecturers (Maitres de Conférences) corps
The selection committees should be held between April and June 2020.