2024 Annual Meeting

 

The Acadian Entomological Society will be holding its 81st annual meeting in Corner Brook, NL, from August 14-16, 2024.


Student members of the AES can apply for the Peggy Dixon Memorial Travel Award to help offset costs associated with travel to the meeting.


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2024 Annual Meeting: Corner Brook, Newfoundland, August 14 - 16, 2024


Accomodations

 

Rooms for the meeting will be available at Memorial University's Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook. Single room rates will be 35$/night for students and 45$/night for non-students.


 

There are other accommodations available e.g., chalets which can house several, but prices vary. Best to email and inquire if you are looking for more than a single room.


If you are interested in campus accommodations while attending the meeting, please email the Grenfell Campus Conference Services, and mention the conference by name in the correspondence.


The Acadian Entomological Society is a registered scientific society whose objectives are to bring about a close association of entomologists and those interested in entomology in the four Atlantic Provinces and the neighbouring New England States, and to cooperate with and to support the Entomological Society of Canada.  Founded in 1915, the Society caters to professional entomologists, amateurs, and educators.  Membership is open to anyone with an interest in entomology.  The Society meets annually, typically in July, and publishes proceedings from these meetings. You can now join the AES online here.


Manuscript Submissions
Members and non-members are invited to submit their manuscripts to the Journal of the Acadian Entomological Society, an electronic refereed scientific journal produced by the Society. Occasional papers, containing information of special interest or taxonomic value that do not fit the terms of reference for publication in the Journal may also be published intermittently.



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Rhagoletis pomenella
, the apple maggot,
email appears on the AES shield and is the only
familiar insect indigenous to the region.