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 ...

Becky Maguire

Extension Coordinator Urban IPM and Pesticide Safety Education Program Areas of Interest Entomology Integrated Pest Management in both agriculture and urban environments Education of Landscape Professionals in English and Spanish Extension Teaching Activities Insect Pest Management Integrated Pest Management for Schools Pesticides and the Environment Pesticide Hazards and Health Safe Handling of Pesticides Equipment Calibration… » More ...
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Carrie Foss

        Urban IPM Coordinator WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center 7612 Pioneer Way Puyallup, WA 98371-4998 Phone: 253-445-4577 E-Mail Web Site Areas of Interest Pesticide Education Program: Education for pesticide applicators with an emphasis on personal safety, environmental protection, and effective integrated pest management. Urban IPM and Safety Education Program Diagnostic Plant… » More ...
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Carol Black

Carol Black Pesticide Education Specialist, E-4 Urban IPM and Pesticide Safety Education Program Director Fellow, American Association of Pesticide Safety Educators Certified Operation S.A.F.E. Analyst Professional Interests National Pesticide Policies, Pesticide Drift, Personal Protective Equipment, Environmental Safety, Outreach Education Methods Education M.S. Entomology 1987, Washington State University B.S. Agricultural Biology and Pest Management, 1980, New… » More ...
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Tom Unruh

Tom Unruh Adjunct Faculty Research Interests Mission oriented research to enhance biological control of pest insects in tree-fruit and potato; genetics, especially molecular population genetics, of pest and beneficial species; ecology and conservation of key natural enemies; evaluation of low insecticide inputs and biorational insecticides. My efforts include introduction and evaluation of exotic beneficials and… » More ...

Lisa G. Neven

Lisa G. Neven Research Entomologist, Adjunct Faculty Education BS The University of Florida, 1981. Zoology Ph.D. The University of Notre Dame, 1987. Biology. Special program in Biology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Molecular Biology. Specialization and Areas of Particular Interest Postharvest Entomology: Development of non-chemical quarantine treatments to meet export requirements for decidious tree fruits and vegetables… » More ...

Joseph E. Munyaneza

Joseph E. Munyaneza Research Entomologist, Adjunct Faculty Areas of Interest Integrated pest management of insect pests of potato, with emphasis on insects vectoring potato diseases. Current research includes management of aphids, leafhoppers, potato leafroll virus (PLRV), potato virus Y (PVY), and phytoplasmas. Also, studies to enhance biological control of green peach aphid using predator attractants… » More ...

Peter J. Landolt

Peter J. Landolt Adjunct Faculty Research Entomologist and Acting Research Leader Research Interests Insect behavior mediated by semiochemicals, including pheromones, host plant kairomones, and feeding attractants. Pheromone studies focus on sex attractants. Host plant kairomone studies include the isolation and identification of host attractants and the effects of insect experience on host finding behavior. Feeding… » More ...

Lawrence A. Lacey

Adjunct Faculty Education Ph.D. (1978), Medical Entomology, Insect Pathology M.S. (1975), Medical Entomology, University of California, Riverside B.A. (1973), Biology, California State University, Turlock, California Recognition Dr. Lacey was made a Fellow of the Entomological Society of America at the November 2008 meeting held in Reno, NV. Areas of Interest Current Studies: Research on pathogens… » More ...