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  • MSU Entomology Department

    MSU Entomology Department

  • Giving to Entomology

    Published on December 1, 2019
    Learn about giving opportunities in the Department of Entomology.

  • Entomology (B.S.)

    Courses are designed to give the student an understanding of the structure, classification, identification, function, biology, ecology, and management of beneficial and harmful arthropods, and the communities and ecosystems where insects occur.

  • Feb 19

    Entomology Faculty Meeting

    February 19, 2021 10:00AM – 12:00PM Online

    The Entomology faculty meetings for 2020-2021 will follow the same schedule as previous years. Meetings are scheduled for the third Friday of the month and will be held via Zoom.

  • Mar 19

    Entomology Faculty Meeting

    March 19, 2021 10:00AM – 12:00PM Online

    The Entomology faculty meetings for 2020-2021 will follow the same schedule as previous years. Meetings are scheduled for the third Friday of the month and will be held via Zoom.

  • Apr 16

    Entomology Faculty Meeting

    April 16, 2021 10:00AM – 12:00PM Online

    The Entomology faculty meetings for 2020-2021 will follow the same schedule as previous years. Meetings are scheduled for the third Friday of the month and will be held via Zoom.

  • May 21

    Entomology Faculty Meeting

    May 21, 2021 10:00AM – 12:00PM Online

    The Entomology faculty meetings for 2020-2021 will follow the same schedule as previous years. Meetings are scheduled for the third Friday of the month and will be held via Zoom.

  • 4-H Entomology

    If rare beetles or other insects are of interest, Michigan 4-H has a program for youth to become involved in. Whether observing, photographing or collecting insects there is plenty to explore when it comes to entomology.

  • White Pine Plantation Entomology

    Katie Minnix and her crew of undergraduate researchers measure white pine growing on 3 different planting spacings. Katie is testing insect damage impacts to tree stem quality at MSU's FBIC.

  • Field Crops Entomology Program

    Field Crop Entomology Program at MSU provides extension information and research on insects in corn, soybean, dry bean, wheat, sugarbeet, forages, hemp, and other field crops in Michigan.

  • Feb 8

    Entomology Seminar: Jareè Lenore Johnson

    February 8, 2021 12:00PM – 1:00PM Zoom

    "US Army Medical Entomology! Then, present, future." Presented by MAJ Jareè Lenore Johnson, Board Certified Entomologist/Chief, Department of Entomology/US Army Medical Research Directorate-Africa/Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

  • Minor | Department of Entomology

    Students from any major at MSU can add a minor in Entomology.

  • Department of Entomology

    Insects are everywhere—so are entomologists. Entomologists use knowledge of insects to explore aspects of agroecology, public health, conservation, sustainability and more! Check out our degree programs.

  • Feb 15

    Entomology Seminar: Sheila Colla, York University

    February 15, 2021 12:00PM – 1:00PM Zoom

    "The human dimensions of pollinator conservation: lessons from Canada," presented by Sheila Colla, York University

  • Mar 29

    Entomology Seminar: Marianthi Karageorgi, UC Berkeley

    March 29, 2021 12:00PM – 1:00PM Zoom

    "Genetics of adaptation to host plant toxins in the monarch butterfly and other specialist insects" presented by Marianthi Karageorgi, UC Berkeley

  • Apr 12

    Entomology Seminar: Meg Lowman, Simmons Speaker

    April 12, 2021 12:00PM – 1:00PM Zoom

    Simmons Speaker: Meg Lowman, Executive Director, TREE Foundation; National Geographic Explorer; Adjunct Professor, Arizona State University; Research Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia