Deb McCullough

CANR Alumni Association recognizes two faculty members

Published on March 1, 2016

Deb McCullough and Ron Perry, both faculty members in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, will be recognized with Distinguished Faculty Awards by the CANR Alumni Association.

Podcast tells Adam Ingrao’s unique path to study entomology and serve fellow veterans

Published on February 19, 2016

Adam Ingrao was recently interview by Spartan Podcast about his varied experiences that led him to be a doctoral entomology student and founder of a new outreach program for veterans.

Online holdings of the A.J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection have been updated

Published on February 19, 2016

An updated database of insect specimens in the A.J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection is now live at Symbiota Collection of Arthropods Network.

Entomology students honored with scholarships at Great Lakes Expo annual banquet

Published on February 18, 2016

Four MSU Entomology students were honored at the 2015 Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable, and Farm Market Expo Annual Banquet in December 2015. They were among 14 students to receive scholarships from Michigan's fruit and vegetable industry.

The yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti, spreads several diseases including Zika. Photo credit: Stephen Ausmus, USDA ARS

Entomologist Mike Kaufman weighs in on Zika virus concerns for Michigan residents

Published on February 10, 2016

How concerned should Michiganders be about being infected with the Zika virus? MSU entomologist Mike Kaufman responds.

Facebook brought 663 people to the MSU Bug House on a Monday night

Published on February 9, 2016

What happens when you mix a Bug House, kids, Facebook and Michigan State University outreach?

Ron Hendrick

Hendrick recommended as new College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dean at MSU

Published on January 25, 2016

Ronald L. Hendrick will be recommended as dean of Michigan State University's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. If approved by the MSU Board of Trustees, Hendrick's appointment will be effective July 1, 2016.

Mark Scriber featured in new book about lepidopterists

Published on January 20, 2016

Professor Emeritus J. Mark Scriber is one of 22 international lepidopterists included in a new book called "The Lives of Lepidopterists."

Bug House is a holiday hit

Published on January 6, 2016

The MSU Bug House held its Holiday Open House on Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, where over 230 visitors interacted with the live and displayed insects and stopped by for educational activities in the classroom next door.

Isaacs and collaborators map US wild bees documenting decreases

Published on December 22, 2015

The first national study to map U.S. wild bees suggests they’re disappearing in many of the country’s most-important farmlands

Life as a nematode diagnostician and why it matters

Published on December 17, 2015

Fred Warner explains to the public what a nematode is and why they are the unseen enemy of animals, including humans, and plants in an MSU Today 360 column.

Eric Benbow named one of 10 Academy for Global Engagement Fellows for 2016

Published on December 2, 2015

Entomology associate professor Eric Benbow was one of 10 faculty from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and College of Engineering to have been nominated for the 2016 cohort of the Academy for Global Engagement Fellowship Program.

Jim Miller poses with his award with Chris Adams, graduate student and collaborator.

MSU Entomology professor named 2015 Entomological Society of America Fellow

Published on November 30, 2015

Michigan State University Entomology professor James R. Miller was recently elected a 2015 Fellow of the Entomological Society of America.

Entomology student winners at 2015 Entomological Society of America meeting

Published on November 23, 2015

The Department of Entomology was well represented at the 2015 Entomological Society of America annual meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nov. 15-18. Congratulations to the following students who won awards.

A pouch trap used in Japanese beetle trials.

MSU researchers to study eco-friendly pest management solutions for invasive fruit pests

Published on November 12, 2015

Researchers from Michigan State University have received a $173,151 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study novel, non-spray control methods for invasive fruit pests.

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