Students & Early Career Scientists

Students

The Student and Early Career Scientist Committee is excited to share that we will be coordinating a mini-symposium specifically for students to present in at the International IPM Symposium in March 2021 in Denver, CO. This is an opportunity to promote your research and yourself, and comes with the option to receive a presentation critique from experienced scientists. The event theme is Implementing IPM across Borders and Disciplines and we aim to bring researchers from around the globe together to share the latest IPM strategies.

We are looking for students to present 10 minute lightning talks (with or without PowerPoint slides) on their IPM work. Although we encourage you to attend the entire IPM Symposium event in-person, if travel funds are uncertain or unavailable, you have the option of submitting a prerecorded video. Given that this is a global meeting across several disciplines, we would love to have motivated, interested students from around the world, and all IPM disciplines.

Please contact Katelyn Kesheimer by end of business March 16th at kesheimer@auburn.edu to get involved or if you have any questions.

Request for Student Presentations flyer (pdf)

Early Career Scientists

The Student and Early Career Scientist Committee is excited to share that we will be organizing a mini-symposium session specifically for early career professionals at the International IPM Symposium in March 2021 in Denver, CO. We aim to give early career scientists a platform to present preliminary data and early science stories they wish to share. Given that this is a global meeting across several disciplines, we’d love to have motivated, interested scientists work together in a cross-disciplinary approach.

The event theme is Implementing IPM across Borders and Disciplines and we aim to bring together researchers from around the globe to share the latest IPM strategies for managing pests.

If you will be in your first five years as an IPM professional at the time of the symposium (including post docs and those in new positions for less than 5 years), and are interested in organizing and/or presenting in this session please contact Katelyn Kesheimer by March 16th at kesheimer@auburn.edu to get involved or if you have any questions.