Joining the AES
Membership in the Acadian Entomological Society is available to anyone interested in entomology.
The main activity of the society is the annual meeting, where regional perspectives in entomology are highlighted, including issues relating to agriculture, forestry, aquatic entomology, and general entomology.
Benefits: Members, as well as non-members, are welcome to attend the Annual General Meeting, usually held in July. Members may vote in executive elections and may stand for election. Members receive a copy of the Proceedings from annual meetings.
The AES publishes a refereed scientific electronic journal (Journal of the Acadian Entomological 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.
Annual dues are $20CDN (regular member) or $10CDN (student member).
To follow are two options for paying for an AES membership :
OPTION ONE - PAYPAL :
Pay membership by PayPal by choosing your membership (student or regular) then click the "Add to Cart" button. The email address associated with your PayPal transaction will be used on the AES contact list – unless you indicate that another should be used. Your preferred email can be indicated on the “Instruction from buyer” during the PayPal transaction or by submitting the information via the AES Membership Application form (see below).
OPTION TWO - MAIL :
A Membership Application form is provided below for copying and pasting into your word editor. It is also available as a document that you can fill in here.
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION (2017)
MEMBERSHIP: (Check one)
Regular @ $20 New _____ Renewal _____
Student @ $10 New _____ Renewal _____
PHONE: __________________ FAX: __________________
AREAS OF ENTOMOLOGICAL INTEREST
(Students please indicate: University, Degree, Supervisor(s), brief description of thesis)
Make cheque or money order payable to: Acadian Entomological Society
President, Acadian Entomological Society
Atlantic Forestry Centre
P.O. Box 4000
1350 Regent Street South
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada