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  • Department of Entomology | University of Wisconsin-Madison
    the mixture Farming mealworms has potential for providing a protein source for humans and for livestock with significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 3 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards bees Christelle Guédot Chris Williamson Claudio Gratton Craig Brabant Current Students Liesch Linnaean games News PJ Liesch student awards more tags Education Professor Dan Young with ENT 468 entomology capstone class in Laramie Wyoming Research Undergrad Nathan Wong talks about the connection between bumblebees and deer ticks The Lone Star tick is new to Wisconsin and we are tracking the spread If you find one please save it and send it or a picture to Professor Susan Paskewitz Extension Entomologist Phil Pellitteri at the Spooner Ag Research Station Twilight Garden Tour In the News Insects for All Photo of Ichneumon wasps by Wolfgang Hoffman Education Research Outreach Extension In the News Giving to Entomology We deeply appreciate the support we receive from loyal alumni and friends Private gifts provide scholarships for deserving undergraduates enable us to attract the best and brightest graduate students help us to retain the most talented faculty and staff and provide support for new initiatives Make a gift online Recent Papers Bernauer O M H R Gaines Day and S A Steffan 2015 Colonies of Bumble Bees Bombus impatiens Produce Fewer Workers Less Bee Biomass and Have Smaller Mother Queens Following Fungicide Exposure Insects 2015 6 2 478 488 DOI 10 3390 insects6020478 Thairu M W and J Brunet 2015 The role of pollinators in maintaining variation in flower colour in the Rocky Mountain columbine Aquilegia coerulea Annals of Botany 115 971 979 DOI 10 1093 aob mcv028 Riday H P Reisen J A Raasch E Santa Martinez and J Brunet 2015 Selfing rate in alfalfa seed production field pollinated with leaf cutter bees Crop Science 55 1087 1095 DOI 10 2135 cropsci2014 04 0295 Saitô M and D K Young 2015 Saitô M and D K Young 2015 A new Ischalia Coleoptera Ischaliidae from Hokkaido with a key to the Japanese Ischaliidae Elytra Tokyo New Series 5 177 181 Deutsch A E C R Rodriguez Saona J E Zalapa and S A Steffan 2015 Temperature Mediated Development Thresholds of Sparganothis sulfureana Lepidoptera Tortricidae in Cranberries s Environ Entomol 44 2 400 405 DOI http dx doi org 10 1093 ee nvu062 More Faculty Profile Johanne Brunet Interests Gene flow pollination biology and evolutionary

    Original URL path: http://www.entomology.wisc.edu/ (2015-11-04)
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  • The Department | Department of Entomology
    the first M S in Entomology was awarded while the first Ph D in Entomology was awarded in 1928 The Department changed its name to the Department of Entomology in the 1950s Over the past century over 700 students have received either an M S or Ph D from the Department The Department is housed in Russell Laboratories and makes extensive use of campus greenhouse facilities and the agricultural research stations located throughout the state Russell Labs houses three departments Entomology Forest and Wildlife Ecology and Plant Pathology The building is centrally located on the UW Madison campus making it ideal for collaborative work with other departments The Department of Entomology is comprised of 14 faculty members The faculty is also assisted by 6 adjunct and affiliated faculty who serve on graduate student exam committees provide entry into off campus programs and industry offer graduate seminars and increase our visibility in the scientific community At the present time there are 8 postdoctoral research associates and 45 graduate students whose major professors are members of this department Some graduate students working under the direction of our faculty are taking an advanced degree in another department Of the graduate students approximately 50 are M S students many of whom continue their pursuit of the Ph D in this department Facilities Research Russell Laboratories was completed in 1964 and has housed the department since that time The Department of Entomology utilizes approximately 15 000 square feet in the north tower of Russell Laboratories This space includes labs insect museum and faculty and staff offices Seating for graduate students and post docs is normally found within the principal investigator s lab space The department houses a number of insect growth chambers for general use also available for general use are 80C freezers imaging equipment cell and tissue culture facilities isotope rooms cold rooms and freezers Individual labs house various specialized lab equipment that is freely available Facilities outside of Russell Labs include a newly renovated museum complex in the Stock Pavilion Researchers also use the Biotron facilities Walnut Street greenhouses and UW Madison CALS Agricultural Research Stations throughout the state Computing Computing facilities have been a joint Entomology Plant Pathology venture since the early 1990s With the formation of the Russell Labs Administrative Service Center Forestry and Wildlife Ecology has joined our IT group under a single administrative staff plan IT personnel housed in the Help desk suite are available for consultation The Help desk suite also houses computers scanners and printers for departmental use Programs available in this suite include graphics word processing databases statistical and GIS packages Each faculty office is equipped with computers and the building is cabled and can be used in a wireless mode Most labs have at least one desktop computer for general lab use Insect Research Collection The University of Wisconsin Insect Research Collection WIRC contains nearly three million specimens Active participation in ongoing taxonomic biodiversity ecological and natural history research projects has led to an aggressive

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  • Employment Opportunities | Department of Entomology
    Entomology 18 hours ago Did you know that there s a Wisconsin Entomological Society The annual Fall meeting is being held this Saturday November 7th on the UW Madison campus All insect enthusiasts are welcome to join in for refreshments the annual insect photography competition and stories from this past collecting season www wisentsoc org meetings and events See more See less Meetings and Events wisentsoc org Fall 2015 Meeting Join us on the UW Madison campus on Saturday November 7th for a day of insect fun Show up early or stay late to mingle with fellow insect enthusiasts or visit the collection View on Facebook Share Likes 3 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 1 other like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 21 hours ago Here is undergraduate Lauren Zuleger preparing a corn stover stalks and leaves base for testing growth of oyster mushrooms Lauren is testing whether mealworms will show improved growth on agricultural waste when there is a nutrient concentrating fungus in the mixture Farming mealworms has potential for providing a protein source for humans and for livestock with significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 4 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards

    Original URL path: http://www.entomology.wisc.edu/employment-opportunities (2015-11-04)
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  • Donations | Department of Entomology
    significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 4 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards bees Christelle Guédot Chris Williamson Claudio Gratton Craig Brabant Current Students Liesch Linnaean games News PJ Liesch student awards more tags Donations Donations to the Department of Entomology are now easier to make online Click here to dontate through the UW Foundation Department of Entomology Foundation Funds Thank you for your support of the University of Wisconsin Madison Entomology Department Your generous contribution will help maintain and strengthen current programs and allow us to explore and develop new opportunities for students The UW Foundation accepts donations for the the Entomology Department in three areas Chair s Opportunity Fund Seminar Series Fund and Undergraduate Research Opportunity Fund Please see below for descriptions For additional information on planned gifts or to make other contributions to the Entomology Department please contact Sara Anderson Director of Donor Relations College of Agricultural and Life Sciences University of Wisconsin Foundation 1848 University Avenue P O Box 8860 Madison WI 53708 Phone 608 265 5893 Email sara anderson supportuw org Department of Entomology Chair s Opportunity Fund The Department of Entomology Chair s Opportunity Fund was established to support various department activities

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  • Contact Us | Department of Entomology
    3 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 1 other like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 21 hours ago Here is undergraduate Lauren Zuleger preparing a corn stover stalks and leaves base for testing growth of oyster mushrooms Lauren is testing whether mealworms will show improved growth on agricultural waste when there is a nutrient concentrating fungus in the mixture Farming mealworms has potential for providing a protein source for humans and for livestock with significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 4 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards bees Christelle Guédot Chris Williamson Claudio Gratton Craig Brabant Current Students Liesch Linnaean games News PJ Liesch student awards more tags Contact Us Department of Entomology Room 237 Russell Labs Building Map 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Phone 608 262 3227 Fax 608 262 3322 Chair Susan Paskewitz Department Administrator Lance Potter Student Services Coordinator Sara Rodock Facilities Manager Michael Schaeffer Search for Faculty Directions to the Department An interactive campus map can be viewed at http www map wisc edu By Car Madison is located in south central Wisconsin and is accessible via several major highways Madison is a 1 1 2 hour drive from Milwaukee

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  • Current Faculty | Department of Entomology
    on Facebook Share Likes 3 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 1 other like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 21 hours ago Here is undergraduate Lauren Zuleger preparing a corn stover stalks and leaves base for testing growth of oyster mushrooms Lauren is testing whether mealworms will show improved growth on agricultural waste when there is a nutrient concentrating fungus in the mixture Farming mealworms has potential for providing a protein source for humans and for livestock with significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 4 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards bees Christelle Guédot Chris Williamson Claudio Gratton Craig Brabant Current Students Liesch Linnaean games News PJ Liesch student awards more tags Current Faculty Johanne Brunet Associate Professor Lab Website 608 265 3587 jbrunet wisc edu 646 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Gene flow pollination biology and evolutionary biology Walter Goodman Professor Manduca Website 608 262 6919 goodman entomology wisc edu 740 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Insect Biochemistry and Endocrinology Claudio Gratton Professor Lab Website 608 265 3762 cgratton wisc edu 444 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Landscape ecology food webs conservation biological control Russell Groves Associate Professor and Extension Specialist Lab Website 608 262 3229 groves entomology wisc edu 537 Russell Labs 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Vegetable crops IPM insects in relation to plant disease resistance management Christelle Guédot Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist Spotted Wing Drosophila in Wisconsin 608 262 0899 guedot wisc edu 546 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Fruit Crop Entomology Pollination Ecology research and extension David Hogg Professor 608 262 4060 dhogg cals wisc edu 643 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Population Ecology Pest Management Rick Lindroth Professor Associate Dean for Research and Associate Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station Lab Website 608 263 6277 lindroth wisc edu 839 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Chemical ecology climate change trophic interactions genes to ecosystems ecology bioenergy Susan Paskewitz Professor and Department Chair Lab Website Integrated Mosquito Management Wisconsin Ticks and Tick Borne Diseases 608 262 1269 paskewit entomology wisc edu 739 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Interests Medical Entomology Kenneth Raffa Professor Lab Website 608 262 1125 raffa entomology wisc edu 345 Russell Laboratories 1630 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706

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  • Adjunct and Affiliated Faculty | Department of Entomology
    Meeting Join us on the UW Madison campus on Saturday November 7th for a day of insect fun Show up early or stay late to mingle with fellow insect enthusiasts or visit the collection View on Facebook Share Likes 3 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 1 other like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 21 hours ago Here is undergraduate Lauren Zuleger preparing a corn stover stalks and leaves base for testing growth of oyster mushrooms Lauren is testing whether mealworms will show improved growth on agricultural waste when there is a nutrient concentrating fungus in the mixture Farming mealworms has potential for providing a protein source for humans and for livestock with significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 4 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards bees Christelle Guédot Chris Williamson Claudio Gratton Craig Brabant Current Students Liesch Linnaean games News PJ Liesch student awards more tags Adjunct and Affiliated Faculty Faculty members from other academic departments of UW Madison private industry and government agencies are affiliated with the UW Madison Entomology Department Adjunct and affiliated faculty may serve on students advisory committees teach courses and seminars within the department and contribute to departmental seminars

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  • Research Staff | Department of Entomology
    the UW Madison campus on Saturday November 7th for a day of insect fun Show up early or stay late to mingle with fellow insect enthusiasts or visit the collection View on Facebook Share Likes 3 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 1 other like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 21 hours ago Here is undergraduate Lauren Zuleger preparing a corn stover stalks and leaves base for testing growth of oyster mushrooms Lauren is testing whether mealworms will show improved growth on agricultural waste when there is a nutrient concentrating fungus in the mixture Farming mealworms has potential for providing a protein source for humans and for livestock with significantly lower environmental costs See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 11 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 9 others like this Comment on Facebook UW Madison Department of Entomology 4 days ago Another frequent house invader at this time of the year is the Asian multi colored lady beetle This is a group that is sitting above the molding near the top of a door leading outside This group finds the same spot every year so the temperature and humidity conditions at that location must be attractive See more See less View on Facebook Share Likes 6 Shares 0 Comments 0 and 4 others like this Comment on Facebook Tags in News Awards bees Christelle Guédot Chris Williamson Claudio Gratton Craig Brabant Current Students Liesch Linnaean games News PJ Liesch student awards more tags Research Staff Name Scott Chapman Title Researcher Phone 608 262 9914 E mail chapman entomology wisc edu Name Linda Crubaugh Title Research Specialist Phone 608 262 9914 E mail crubaugh wisc edu Name Ranjit K K Dasgupta Title Senior Scientist Phone 608 265 2363 E mail dasgupta svm vetmed wisc edu Name

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