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These upper level courses often have prerequisites, and are available to graduate students and advanced undergraduates.

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Let's catch up this week on some gardening news and interesting tidbits ... Bird and pollinator gardens coming to Penn State

“Invasive pretty” may be one way to describe the Spotted Lanternfly, although Penn State entomologist Heather Leach warns that the beautiful bug is also a destructive pest.

The doctoral qualifying exam will diagnose critical thinking skills, general knowledge of biology and entomology, and communication skills through a written and oral critical analysis of a journal article. The purpose of the exam is both diagnostic and a measure of the student’s likelihood of successfully completing a doctoral program. A poor performance on the exam indicates that the student does not currently have the background to begin a doctoral program.

The Penn State graduate program in Entomology offers both a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree. These research degrees encourage students to conceive and implement novel research within the insect sciences. Our research, whether basic or translational, is relevant to human and animal health, environmental health, and/or food security.

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The Penn State graduate program in Entomology offers both a Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. These research degrees encourage students to conceive and implement novel research within the insect sciences. Our research, whether basic or translational, is relevant to human and animal health, environmental health, and/or food security.

The Entomology graduate program allows students to participate in important and exciting research and to become leaders in academic, government, or industrial settings.

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Travel awards are granted on an annual basis to support the attendance of students and postdoctoral researchers at the ISCE meeting.

The 35th annual meeting of the International Society of Chemical Ecology will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and organized by the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Biological and Aquatic Chemical Ecology Center.

The 35th annual meeting of the International Society of Chemical Ecology will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and organized by the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Biological and Aquatic Chemical Ecology Center.

When: June 2, 2019 to June 7, 2019
Where: Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference, Atlanta, GA

The 35th annual meeting of the International Society of Chemical Ecology will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and organized by the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Biological and Aquatic Chemical Ecology Center.

A new type of light-emitting diode lightbulb could one day light homes and reduce power bills, according to Penn State researchers who suggest that LEDs made with firefly-mimicking structures could improve efficiency.

Philadelphians Against Bed Bugs (PhABB) – a partnership among Penn State Integrated Pest Management Program, local agencies, non-profits, health care professionals, senior and low-income housing advocates, lawyers, and everyday citizens -- is one step closer to securing a bed bug ordinance for the city of Philadelphia and awaits the vote of the City Council.

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