See what students in Entomology are doing.

New Buzz on Epidemics: Landscapes Affect the Way Bumble Bee Diseases Beehave

This is the tenth short news article written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Pest from the West – An Outlaw in the Potato Fields

This is the ninth of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

How I met your mother – A bumble bee perspective

This is the eighth of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Beyond “if you see it, squash it”

This is the seventh of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Horror in the Tomato Field

This is the sixth of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Picky Pollinators

This is the fifth of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Death by a Thousand Guts

This is the fourth of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Lyme disease: Combating tick-borne disease with controlled fire

This is the third of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

A Spiderman in Pennsylvania

This is the second of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Penn State’s very own “Charles de gall”

This is the first of ten short news articles written by students, during the professional development class of Fall 2022, about each other's research.

Mangy madness: Sarcoptic mange in Pennsylvania

Hannah Greenberg, an Entomology PhD student and Penn State’s resident black bear wrangler.

Turning Up the Heat on Mosquitoes

Nina Dennington, Ph.D. candidate in Entomology with Dr. Matt Thomas’s ecological entomology lab

Beyond toxicity: the effect of pesticides on pathogen transmission

Ginamaría Román Echevarría, M.S. candidate in Entomology

The War on (Bed) Bugs

Jonathan Hernandez, M.S. candidate in Entomology

The Race to Save the Bees

Makaylee Crone, a PhD student in the Grozinger and Biddinger labs

Plants that can smell?

Julie Golinski, M.S. candidate in Entomology with John Tooker’s lab

Excuse me, have you seen this Monarch?

Staci Cibotti, Ph.D. candidate in Entomology

Chemical Words

Nathan Derstine, Ph.D. candidate in Entomology with Etya Amsalem’s Lab

Cherry they going? The decline in black cherry trees and the search for their pollinators

Rachel McLaughlin, Ph.D. candidate in Entomology

Biocontrol for Poultry House Pests: The Fungi Within

Alex Pagac, a member of Erika Machtinger’s veterinary entomology lab