In the Media

Marc Epstein This year's Hodson Award Recipient is Dr. Marc Epstein, Senior Insect Biosystematist at the California Department of Food & Agriculture

His lecture: from Frenatae to below the Fish tanks: How Hangin' Around Hodson Hall Helped my Ent Career @ SI & CDFA will be held on Wednesday May 24th at 3:00 in Cargill 105

research fair[2/28/17] RSVP now for free opportunities to meet with more than 40 university-wide research centers, institutes, and support units for information about how they can help you with your research. There will be pizza! (but only for those who RSVP)

Bob Koch[2/16/17] Bob Koch’s research on improving the environmental and economic sustainability of soybean production helps producers understand aphid control methods and use pesticides responsibly. www.extension.umn.edu

Honey sale flyer[11/21/16] Get your holiday shopping done early at the annual Frenatae Honey Sale!
Wednesday, November 30th through Friday, December 2nd 10:30am-3:30pm 
at the Saint Paul Student Center (lower level) and Hodson Hall (3rd floor, outside the Natural Resources Library).
More information on Frenatae's site

Stephen Kells and his crew; Lab Manager, Sabrina Hymel and Community Health Coordinators, Hillda Orieny and Amelia Shindelar, received the Indiana Environmental Health Association's, President's Commendation Award, for their outstanding contributions to the effective operation of the Association.

Bob KochCongrats to Dr. Bob Koch, Extension Entomologist, who received UMN Extension Dean's Distinguished Service Award for Campus-based Faculty

razuriScientific Illustration of Insects class visited the Natural Resources Library  read more...

 

Vera Krischik[8/3/16] Vera Krischik spoke with Access Minnesota Radio on ways Minnesota is combating the population decline of insect pollinators and how individuals can make their gardens and green spaces pollinator-friendly.

Bob Koch [8/16/16] Professor Bob Koch talks to the DTN Progressive Farmer about reports of pyrethroid failures against soybean aphids in Minnesota.

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