Faculty, staff, students and alumni gather for the 2016 Department of Entomology Awards Ceremony.
Faculty, staff, students and alumni gather for the 2017 Department of Entomology Awards Ceremony.
MSU Bee-Palooza takes place every June on the first Saturday of National Pollinator Week. This free, fun and educational event provides an afternoon of interactive activities centered on understanding the wonderful world of pollinators.
Educational events about pollinators hosted by the Department of Entomology that take place during National Pollinator Week.
The MSU Bug House offers free open houses as well as tours made by appointment. Visitors can view amazing pinned displays and interact with a whole room of insects and spiders.
2013 Entomology spring picnic hosted by the Graduate and Undergraduate Entomology Student Society (GUESS).
2015 Entomology spring picnic hosted by the Graduate and Undergraduate Entomology Student Society (GUESS).
MSU entomologists collaborate with other scientists to develop sustainable systems that maximize crop yields, conserve beneficial insects and minimize pesticide use, resulting in productive cropping systems.
MSU entomologists are exploring multiple approaches to addressing the global problem of mosquitoes transmitting malaria, West Nile Virus, dengue and other human diseases.
MSU entomologists examine interactions in nature from microbes that mediate insect fitness and community dynamics to how landscape design affects insect populations.
Robert (Bob) Hollingworth officially retired from MSU in 2015.
Larry Olsen retired from MSU in 2016.