Feb. 10, 2017. Joseph Taylor was one of the three WSU graduate students highlighted in a Seattle Times publication. This article highlights Joseph’s current research and all of the prestigious awards he has received as a graduate student. To view the article, click here.
Help us celebrate the history of the WSU Department of Entomology at the 20th Annual E. Paul Catts Memorial Lecture on April 20th & 21st!
Norm Ehmann Urban Pest Management FRP – 2017 Award
Request for proposals: Researchers or educators involved with urban pest management problems which occur in the Pacific Northwest are invited to apply. Research may be conducted outside the Northwest if it involves pests that also occur in the Northwest, like bed bugs.
See Ehmann July 2016 RFP for 2017 Award for complete information.
In June 2016, WSU kicked off a campaign to fund a new state-of-the-art facility to support vital teaching, research, and outreach in honey bee and pollinator science. This fundraising effort aims to strengthen and expand the program by building laboratories, classrooms, and habitat with a state-of-the-art building. The new WSU Honey Bee + Pollinator Research Facility will create greater opportunities for research with improved laboratories, increased hands-on training, and critical new habitat for honey bee and pollinator nutrition.
Architectual rendering of the new Honey Bee Research Facility. Currently we are in the fundrasing stage of this project. If you would like to donate to this project click here.