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Mark Brown Presenting the 2017 E. Paul Catts Memorial Lecture
GREAT Week of Celebrating WSU Entomology Past & Present
Thank you all for such a great week of events. The Entomology BBQ, Annual E. Paul Catts Memorial Lecture, & Celebration Dinner were all very successful. Thank you for joining us and supporting our department.
To view pictures taken at these events, please click here.
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Honey Bee Research Facility
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M.T. James Entomological Museum

Check out our Apparel Sale!

Honey Bee shirts are available to puchase online! To purchase a gray or yellow Honey Bee T-Shirt to support the Department of Entomology click the hyperlink on the shirt color you would like. NOTE: If you cannot find the size you would like simply search “honey bee” in the search bar in the top right corner of the webpage that the link takes you to and all shirt sizes will appear.

Welcome to Entomology at WSU!

What is entomology?Entomology is the study of insects and their relationship to humans, the environment, and other organisms.

Why entomology?
  • Contribute to a diversity of fields such as agriculture, chemistry, biology, human/animal health, molecular science, criminology, and forensics
  • Detect the role of insects in the spread of disease
  • Discover ways to protect food & fiber crops, and livestock more specifics about the What & Why of Entomology…

 

 

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