Meeting November 17th: Monarch butterfly biology, ecology, and conservation needs
Speaker: Kelsey Fisher
Meeting October 20th: Taste: from function to the emergence of a pest fly
Speaker: Hany Dweck
Meeting September 15th: Discovering Moths: Nighttime Jewels in Your Own Backyard
Speaker: John Himmelman
Meeting April 21st: An overview of ongoing insect surveys at Ward Pound Ridge Reserve
Speaker: Harry Zirlin
Meeting March 24th: Annual Student Symposium
Speaker: Student Symposium
Meeting February 17th: The Northern Metalmark in Connecticut
Speaker: Faith Novella
Partnerships and Betrayal: Plant/Insect Interactions.
Speaker: Jillian Cowles
iNaturalist & Entomology: surveying Sleeping Giant State Park.
Speaker: Ray Simpson
Armored scales: biology and management
Speaker: Richard Cowles
Ten years of Fijian bee research and why it could matter in Connecticut
Speaker: James Dorey
Rising tide of tick-borne diseases
Speaker: Goudarz Molaei
CES Annual Student Symposium
Speaker: CES Student Presenters
Impacts of invasive barberry, honeysuckle, autumn olive, and burning bush
Speaker: Robert Clark
Mass Moths - The Place to go for information on Massachusetts Moths.
Speaker: Steven Whitebread
Expanding the niche of a specialized seed predator: Populations of the red-shouldered soapberry bug (Jadera haematoloma) pollinate the seeds they consume.
Speaker: Mattheau Comerford
A guide to restoring the little things that run the world
Speaker: Doug Tallamy
Resistance evolution in the corn earworm following the release of transgenic corn.
Speaker: Katie Taylor