Academic Showcase Entomology Participants

Spring 2011 Bottom-Up Mediation of Predator Diversity Effects Jacob Gable, David Crowder, Tobin Northfield, William Snyder College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, Pullman Evaluating New Pest Control Strategies in Hybrid Poplars Grown Under Forest Stewardship Council Guidelines R. Andrew Rodstrom, Bryan Carlson, Alejandro Del Pozo College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences,… » More ...

2010 Wiley Exposition Winners

This year’s 2010 Wiley Exposition winners included Changqing (CQ) Zhou who took 2nd place and Andrew Rodstrom took 3rd place in the Oral Presentation category for the Agriculture and Natural Sciences division. This is the fourth year in a row that Andrew has won or placed at the Wiley Expo. Keriann Bennett (Pharmacy student, working… » More ...

Excellence in Research Award

Dr. Gary L. Piper received the 2010 Award for Excellence in Research Award from the Western Association of Agricultural Experiment Station Directors in recognition of outstanding contributions to western region multistate research. He received his award at the meeting of Western Regional Project W2185 “Biological Control in Pest Management Systems of Plants,” held at the… » More ...

David Crowder Receives Research Grant

David Crowder, postdoctoral researcher in the Snyder Lab, was the recipient of the Entomological Society of American Foundation 2010 Henry and Sylvia Richardson Research Grant. This award provides research funds to postdoctoral ESA members who have at least one year of promising work experience, are undertaking research in selected areas, and have demonstrated a high… » More ...

Outstanding Predoctoral Scientific Presentation

May 2011 Brandon Hopkins, Ph.D. student in entomology, won first place for Outstanding Predoctoral Scientific Presentation at the 15th Annual Center for Reproductive Biology Retreat on May 19, 2011. Hopkins received a $750 travel award from the CRB that will be used to help support his travel to the Caucasus Mountains later this summer for… » More ...