QSN member groups’ event calendar
We cordially invite the general public to join us for a Centenary Celebration: a day of Entomology at the Queensland Museum on Tuesday the 9th of May 2023!
The full-day Symposium, titled ‘One-hundred years strong: a celebration of Queensland entomology‘ represents an opportunity for Members and non-Members alike to attend and present alongside our four keynote speakers: David Yeates, Tanya Latty, David Merritt and Sarah Corcoran.
Running from 8am–5pm on the day, and including welcome tea/coffee, morning & afternoon tea, and lunch, the day promises to deliver a packed schedule of not only fantastic presentations, but also an opportunity to gather, network, and celebrate 100 years of one of Australia’s oldest continually operating scientific societies.
Note: this is an in-person event and will not be available virtually.
Tickets to attend the event may be purchased from Eventbrite. There is a range of ticketing options to cover members, non-members and students. Get in EARLY to obtain a discount!
Submissions of abstracts are now invited. Visit the Entomological Society’s webpage for more information.
Science events generally
The Queensland Government’s innovation initiative Advance Queensland aims to foster innovation to help build a strong and diverse Queensland economy. It runs an Advance Queensland events calendar for activities on that theme.
The Brisbane Dialogues has launched an aggregated calendar of “intelligent talks and discussion events” with the aim of helping many other event organisers promote their public events – Queensland Talks.
See also the Inspiring Queensland events calendar .