The Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology currently is seeking an assistant professor of apiculture (12-month tenure-track, 100% Extension). The full announcement can be found here.
EPP graduate student Amy Michael will present her exit seminar entitled “Interactive Ecology of the Kudzu Bug in Eastern Tennessee” on Friday, April 20th, at 10am in PBB 160.
EPP graduate students Clay Perkins and Scott Graham recently published a paper entitled “Grasshoppers in Soybean.” The full article can be found here.
EPP graduate student Satyendra Pothula will present his exit seminar entitled “Resilience of nematode food webs under temperature stress associated with climate change” on Friday, April 13th, at 10am in PBB 160.
Three current Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology faculty, Dr. Trigiano, Dr. A. Windham, and Dr. M. Windham, are responsible for developing dogwood trees that are resistant to two different diseases. Read the full story here.