Kurt Volker

Kurt Volker Adjunct Faculty Principal BR&D Research Scientist Education 1978 - Ph.D., Entomology - Pest Management, University of Idaho 1975 - M.S., Entomology - Biological Control/Agriculture, Colorado State University 1972 - B.S., Biology - Entomology/Plant Pathology, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo Publications/Patents 2 referred journal articles 3 non-referred articles in state and national publications 17… » More ...

Stephen L. Clement

Stephen L. Clement Adjunct Faculty, Department of Entomology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA. (Retired) Research Entomologist and Lead Scientist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS), Plant Germplasm Introduction and Testing Research Unit, Washington State University. Pullman, WA. 1986-2010. Honorary Member, Entomological Society of America Areas of Interest: -Development and implementation of sustainable solutions… » More ...

Daniel A. Suomi

Daniel A. Suomi Adjunct Faculty, PCO Specialist WSDA A/P MD Areas of Interest As the Statewide Pest Control Operator (PCO) Specialist with the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) in Olympia, I am primarily responsible for regulation of structural pest inspectors and pest control operators. This position allows me to serve as WSDA liaison to… » More ...

Laurel D. Hansen

Laurel D. Hansen Adjunct Faculty Biology Professor Sopkane Falls Community College Contact information: Office: (509) 533-3666 Laurel.hansen@sfcc.spokane.edu     Areas of Interest I teach liberal arts transfer courses in biology and zoology at SFCC, plus workshops in pesticide education for recertification credits and insect classes for K-12 teachers for continuing hours. In addition, I teach… » More ...

David E. Bragg

David E. Bragg Washington State University Pomeroy, WA 99347 Email Affiliate Professor of Entomology WSU Extension SE District Entomologist Specialist and Areas of Particular Interest Agricultural entomologist with 100% Extension assignment in entomology of dry land crops of eastern Washington. IPM, biological control, and behavior of crop pests, natural enemies and beneficials. Utilizing "soft" insecticides… » More ...