Database staff in the Albert J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection have spent the past year entering label data from North American butterflies and moths into a multi-organizational database.
Use this list to find MSU Entomology presentations at the ESA meeting or as an overview of our research.
Starting in January 2018, Marianna Szűcs will be joining the Michigan State University Department of Entomology as an assistant professor of biological control.
Read how Margie Lund found her interest in entomology through a summer job in the Isaacs lab, and her thoughts on the importance of studying entomology.
Read how faculty and their students are winning recognition through awards and honors for the quality of research, extension and teaching produced.
Michigan State University entomologist Zachary Huang was part of a team of MSU scientists that found genes in Varroa mites that could potentially be exploited to reduce or eliminate the pest.
The MSU Department of Entomology regretfully shares that one of its professors, Suzanne M. Thiem, died Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, after a short bout with cancer.
The brown marmorated stink bug – an invasive pest native to China, Japan, Taiwan and the Korean peninsula – poses major threats to crops and infests homes.
Former Michigan State University president, Entomology professor and MSU Extension director Gordon Guyer was honored in Kalamazoo County in June for his efforts in conservation, according to MLive.
Anne Johnson shares how she became interested in entomology, her love for ladybugs and MSU, and offers her “go for it!” advice for those thinking about pursing an entomology major.
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.