Bugged - Fall 2019


December 5, 2019

We are closing in on the end to another fall semester and it has been a busy one across our work of teaching, research and extension. Take a look at this Fall 2019 issue of Bugged:

  • Will Wetzel won an award for his outstanding leadership demonstrating worklife balance and support as a supervisor at MSU.
  • Five faculty and alumni contributed to a new book on IPM for tree fruit.
  • Four students traveled to the Entomological Society of America annual meeting in St. Louis thanks to J. E. and Jean M. McPherson travel awards.
  • Sarah Smith and Anthony Cognato with collaborators completed a three-year project developing an online tool for Xyleborini identification.
  • Students Gabriela Quinlan and Minali Bhatt tell us why they’re passionate about entomology and studying at MSU.
  • Entomology alumnus Dan Herms explains how a doctorate in entomology has given him careers across the non-profit sector, academia and now with a commercial tree company.


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