International Association of Black Entomologist (IABE)

  
An Association Dedicated to the Advancement of Insect Sciences Among Black People
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ABOUT US

  
The International Association of Black Entomologists (IABE) is an association serving the professional, scientific, social, and cultural interests and needs of black men and women in entomology (insect science) and related disciplines. The term “black” is inclusive and refers to minorities of different origins and nationalities, including African Americans, Africans, Caribbeans, Latinos, and Native Americans. Non-black nationals with interest in furthering the goals of the association are welcome. IABE is an affiliate of the Entomological Society of America (ESA) with a diverse membership including professors, educators, researchers and scientists from various institutions and agencies, extension personnel, consultants, and students.
  

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WHAT WE DO
  1. Foster communication among black entomologists
  2. Organize meetings/events for black entomologists during ESA annual meetings
  3. Assist in the recruitment, retention, and advancement of blacks in entomology graduate programs and careers
  4. Promote the science of entomology and facilitate the advancement of entomology-related careers in the developing black world.
  5. Organizes symposium in ESA and other related meetings
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