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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    Extension and Publications Research Outreach Our Mission To be a world leader in entomology and nematology by conducting superior research delivering quality teaching and extending knowledge to improve agriculture the environment and human health and well being Make a donation Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY and NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT Webmaster E mail Location Valid HTML Find us on Google PO

    Original URL path: http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/ (2015-05-18)
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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    service courses in basic entomology for a wide range of disciplines and plays a major role in the interdisciplinary plant protection specialization of the plant science major Further departmental faculty offer courses that are credited to the Liberal Arts and Sciences undergraduate honors and general education requirements Students have access to a wide variety of services and organizations More than 180 professional entomologists reside in Gainesville Most of them work at the United States Department of Agriculture laboratories at the Center for Medical Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology the Division of Plant Industry or the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology Formal and informal relations exist among these and other institutions and make the University of Florida an exceptionally exciting and diverse location for the study of entomology and nematology Gainesville is also considered one of the best places to live in the United States The city and its environs offer great opportunities for adventure Entomology and Nematology faculty and staff garner several million dollars in extramural and donation support annually for pursuit of a wide range of research instruction and extension activities These sources of funding support about 100 graduate students pursuing M S and or Ph D degrees About 30 percent of all graduate students are international This plus significant collaborative international research and education grants procured by entomology nematology faculty gives the department a strong international dimension in addition to its domestic mandate Molecular whole organism and population ecology studies are included in the range of supported research within Entomology and Nematology The USDA National Science Foundation Kellogg Foundation the Agency for International Development various agrichemical industries and the state of Florida are among the donors sponsoring departmental research extension and instruction programs The Department also maintains an active research program in the development and testing of multilingual

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    includes Gainesville Research Centers Courtesy and Affiliate and Emeriti Pick a category below Gainesville Research Centers Courtesy Affiliate Emeriti Click here to view all Faculty Postdocs Visitors Total people 12 Postdocs and visitors generally pursue research on a short term basis supporting various programs in our department Click to view this category Staff Total people 20 Staff members work in support of research teaching and extension programs in labs offices

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    32611 352 273 3912 352 392 0190 FAX brumbaug ufl edu Entomology Nematology Student Services Staff From left to right Elena Alyanaya Program Assistant Dr Rebecca Baldwin Undergraduate Student Coordinator Dr Heather McAuslane Graduate Student Coordinator Ruth Brumbaugh Program Assistant Important Links for Students Entomology and Nematology Department Links Course Schedule Including Syllabi Undergraduate Programs and Scholarships Graduate Student Handbook PDF format Computer Teaching Lab ENSO Student Organization Urban Entomological Society Careers in Entomology Entomology Club University of Florida Links UF Critical Academic Dates and Schedule of Classes Graduate School Critical Dates UF Electronic Theses Dissertations UF Calendar of Events ISIS Student Information GatorLink Home Page CALS Scholarships Graduate Student Council Travel grants Graduate Student Health Insurance Program Applications and Other Forms UF Admission Applications Residency Reclassification Graduate Schedule Change Form Undergraduate Entomology Major Advising Form Academic Learning Compact ALC Information Exit Interview ENY 4905 form Undergraduate Research Syllabus and Form ENY 4911 Graduate Graduate Student Evaluation Form every semester Program of Study Supervisory Committee Agreement Request to Schedule Exam Research Proposal Assessment committee members Research Proposal Evaluation all attendees PhD Qualifying Exam Assessment PhD Final Defense and Dissertation Assessment MS Final Exam Assessment MS Final Defense and Thesis Assessment

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    and or printed as a PDF file Cooperative Ph D with Florida A M University Doctor of Plant Medicine Distance Education Programs Distance Non thesis M S Program Handbook Distance Education Brochure List of Courses Offered by Entomology Nematology Careers in Entomology Minor in Entomology Undergraduate Programs This link describes the six undergraduate curricula offered by the department and provides a list of scholarships administered by the department Watch the

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    Information Extension Resources and Online Publications from University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Insect and Nematode Information Extension Fact Sheets and Circulars available through EDIS Featured Creatures profiles of pest and beneficial organisms Mosquito Information Florida Corn Insect Identification Guide Pest Ants of Florida Florida Melitto Files Newsletter honey bee information Beekeeping Bees of Florida Grasshoppers of Florida Tenebrionidae of Florida Singing Insects of North America School IPM Pest Management in Schools PEST ALERT IPM Florida Bromeliad Biota Plant and Insect Associations Nematology Resources Southern Pine Beetle in Florida Forest and Shade Tree Insects of Florida Insect and Related Pests of Flowers and Foliage Plants Public Health Pest Control Mole Cricket Database WoodyBug IPM and Biological Control The Phytoseiidae as Biological Control Agents of Pest Mites and Insects Department Information Minutes of Faculty Meetings REQUIREMENTS for ACCESSING ABOVE LINK You will have to enter your username as username ufl edu i e your email address to get this to work and you must be using Safari as your browser on the Macintosh Department Newsletter Public Meeting Notice May 2015 Educational Resources Entomology Nematology Image Gallery REQUIREMENTS for ACCESSING ABOVE LINK You will have to enter your username as username ufl

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  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT
    economy and to provide insect and nematode management within the context of increasing urbanization The department has a large highly qualified team of biological control specialists We have established critical program components such as quarantine facilities that allow importation and evaluation of exotic biocontrol agents We also have instituted procedures and agreements with other agencies and nations that allow importation of beneficial organisms Other agreements with private companies allow rapid commercialization of biological control products Additional resources and personnel are available at United States Department of Agriculture and Florida Department of Agriculture facilities in Gainesville Research opportunities exist at the main campus in Gainesville at several research and education centers throughout Florida and abroad Medical Veterinary and Urban Entomology The department has a major commitment to conduct research in medical veterinary and urban entomology and to provide educational opportunities for future specialists in these fields Medical veterinary and urban pests are especially severe in Florida s subtropical and tropical conditions so there is a special need to develop significant efforts in research education and extension A large contingent of faculty works at the Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory in Vero Beach and many others work in association with the USDA Center for Medical Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology Laboratory in Gainesville Outstanding research opportunities exist at the main campus in Gainesville and at several research and education centers throughout the state Nematology All aspects of nematology may be studied Subjects may include plant parasitic free living marine and animal parasitic nematodes The Department of Entomology and Nematology seeks to improve the quality of a rapidly changing agricultural economy by providing safe and effective methods for managing nematodes These pests along with insects cause significant losses to agricultural food feed and fiber crops as well as problems in the urban environment The department

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  • Florida 4-H Bug Club: Outreach
    other bugs Outreach FAQ Find out answers to frequently asked questions about our outreach programs University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Department Tours Would you like to schedule a tour of the Entomology and Nematology Department for your group of students Find out more here Field Guide Bug Identification Key Fla Insect Family Keys 100 Common Insects Insect Locator Map Field Guide Books Collecting 101 Teachers Parents Insect Curricula 4

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