We are looking for a new Webmaster! About the society The Entomological Society of British Columbia (ESBC), founded in 1902, is a registered scientific society that supports the advancement of entomological knowledge in the province of British Columbia. We endeavour
To our Asian community members who have faced discrimination – students, teachers, fellow researchers and entomologists, and others – we reach out to you with our continued support. We stand by you and share your grief. See full statement below.
Two employment opportunities as an Invertebrate SAR Field Technician based in the Okanagan at the BC Conservation Foundation (BCCF) is now open! Closing date is April 9, 2021 For more info: https://bccf.com/opportunities/employment/invertebrate-species-risk-field-technicians-2-positions
Announcing the 29th Annual H.R. MacCarthy Pest Management Lecture on Wednesday Mar 24th at 3:30 pm PST, via Zoom. See poster for more details: MacCarthy 2021 poster
Evidence For Democracy (E4D) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that works to promote the transparent use of evidence in government decision-making in Canada. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are seeking to understand the perceptions of researchers in academic
An employment opportunity as an EG-04 entomology technician at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) in Lethbridge, AB, is now open! Closing date is February 22, 2021 For more info: https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1556288&toggleLanguage=en
Our newest ESBC T-shirt based on the winning design for the t-shirt contest 2020 [Boreus Face, submitted by ESBC member Adam Blake] is now available! Get yours here on our merchandise page!
The 2020 Volume of the JESBC is now available! Click the link for details: JESBC2020
The latest issue of our newsletter, Boreus, is now available! >> Boreus 40(2) Check out past issues at http://entsocbc.ca/publications/boreus-newsletter/
The BCAITC (BC Agriculture In The Classroom) and ESBC will be partnering in March 2021 to feature a spotlight on insect literacy. Bug enthusiasts, can you recommend bug books for K-7 level readers? Email email@example.com by JANUARY 20th with your book