MSU's Karim Maredia is dedicated to improving agriculture and food security in places like Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Theresa Poland and team publish study on basket-makers’ traditional practices effects on emerald ash borer
MSU Entomology adjunct associate professor Therese Poland, who is also a research entomologist with the Forest Service’s Northern Research Station, was the lead author of a study published in the journal “Agricultural and Forest Entomology”.
A seven-year, $8 million National Institute of Heath sponsored grant will enable medical entomologist Edward “Ned” Walker to continue his work fighting against Malaria in Africa.
MSU Entomology’s David Mota-Sanchez was invited to contribute to Kew Science’s second State of the World's Plants report, a cutting-edge view of the status of the world's most valuable and vulnerable plants.
Entomologist Doug Landis is part of a team led by MSU’s Phil Robertson that reports correctly managed, cellulosic biofuels, or liquid energy derived from grasses and wood, which could be an environmentally sustainable source for energy needs.
Featured Undergraduate Student
Read about Anne Johnson in our Featured Undergraduate Students section.
Featured Graduate Student
Read about Margie Lund in our Featured Graduate Students section.
August 12, 2017 1-4 p.m.
146-147 Natural Science Building
Our summer open house provides an opportunity to see the Bug House at your own leisure for free. Great event for kids and parents alike!
September 11, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Gordon Guyer Conference Room, Room 244 Natural Science Building
"Title to be determined" by Juan Huang, Michigan State University
Read about Jay McPherson in our Alumni Profiles section