News and Events

2019 ESA & USSEE Joint Meeting in Louisville

Last chance to present this year!

Abstracts for Latebreaking posters are due Thursday, May 2nd at 5:00 PM Eastern (2:00 PM Pacific).



ESA Selects 2019 Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student
Policy Award Recipients

This year’s Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award recipients will travel to D.C. in March to receive policy and communication training and meet with their Members of Congress on Capitol Hill.

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5th Life Discovery – Doing Science Biology Education Conference

How do we teach students about biodiversity at different scales and contexts with new data, tools, and resources? How do we best enable and develop the next generation of scientists and create data-driven educational programs aligned to national initiatives? 

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Mid-Atlantic Chapter of ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

The meeting will be held April 5-7 at Bowie State University, MD and offers an excellent opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate ecology students to present their research in all ecology-related topics.

Register for the Meeting


Training in Communication, Planning, and Finances

Our next SBI Strategies for Success course will be held June 12-14 at Yale University in New Haven, CT. Come spend three days learning new fundraising strategies, honing your communication skills, and developing an action plan for success.
Can’t join us in June? Don’t worry! We will also be offering our Strategies for Success course October 15-17 in Fort Collins, CO. 

How to Apply


Letter from the President: Diversity of ecological careers

Our ESA members, especially students and early-career professionals, tell us repeatedly how much they value information on possible career paths, including those outside of higher education……  

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Join ESA for 2019!

Members of ESA's sections and chapters that focus on diversity in the membership posing together at the 2018 ESA Annual Meeting in New OrleansESA members, renew today to keep your benefits—Annual Meeting discounts and publishing grants, among so many others—going through next year.

Thinking of joining for the first time? Here are just a few reasons why you should!



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