Student Research Spotlight - Brianna Flonc

This is the 5th of thirteen short news articles written by students, during the professional development class, about each other's research.

Student Research Spotlight - Brandon Gominho

This is the 4th of thirteen short news articles written by students, during the professional development class, about each other's research.

News from the Eastern Branch ESA Meeting

Our students had great success at the Eastern Branch Entomological Society of America meeting in Rhode Island.

Student Research Spotlight - Emily Sandall

This is the 3rd of thirteen short news articles written by students, during the professional development class, about each other's research.

Student Research Spotlight - Ryan Reynolds

This is the 2nd of thirteen short news articles written by students, during the professional development class, about each other's research.

Bug Camp for Kids 2017 - Registration is now open!

Bug Camp for Kids is an educational day camp for eight- to eleven-year-olds. Taught by faculty, staff, and graduate students from the Department of Entomology, the camp offers opportunities for students to observe and collect insects and participate in laboratory exercises to learn a broad range of biological, ecological, and environmental topics.

Student Research Spotlight - Angela Coco

This is the 1st of thirteen short news articles written by students, during the professional development class, about each other's research.

Gary Felton named new Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Chemical Ecology

In a Letter from the Editor in the latest issue of the Journal of Chemical Ecology, John Romeo, who has served as Editor-in-Chief for the journal over the past couple of decades, announced that he is stepping down and that Gary Felton of Penn State University will take over in this position beginning with the February issue of the Journal. Romeo stated, “Gary brings breadth, leadership, and experience to the Journal, as well as a commitment to keeping our standards high and continuing to raise our profile in the competitive publishing arena. I am pleased and confident that the Journal is in good hands.”