Entomology Seminar Series
The Department of Entomology sponsors a seminar series covering a wide range of topics and speakers. Seminars are normally held on Mondays of the spring and fall semesters. We typically enjoy some social time with light snacks from 3:40 until 4 pm, when the seminar begins. Please come and join us!
In addition to maintaining a high caliber of speakers, each year the department recognizes alumni and other scientists for their contributions to the science of entomology via the Distinguished Alumnus Award and the Theodore L. Hopkins Distinguished Colloquium Award. The students of the Popenoe Entomology Club also select the Popenoe Speaker each year and sponsor his or her visit to the department.
NOTE: Seminars in Waters 231 are streamed live using Zoom. If you would like to watch them live (all times are Central US time), you can join us:
Fall 2015 - Mondays at 4 pm, Waters 231
(unless otherwise noted)
SCHEDULE COMING SOON
|Date||Speaker and Presentation Topic/Title|
|Sep 14||Seminar Speaker (KSU Entomology): Thesis Defense, Efficacy of entomopathogenic organisms Beauveria bassiana, Isaria fumosoroseus, Metarhizium anisopliae and Chromobacterium subtsugae against the Western Flower Thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis, under both laboratory and greenhouse conditions.|
|Oct 12|| |
|Nov 23||No seminar - Thanksgiving Holiday|