one of the oldest entomology departments in the nation, and we strive for excellence in education, research, and outreach with our rich tradition and dedication. We provide instruction in insect biology and management at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Faculty in the Department of Entomology engage in both applied and basic research. Departmental faculty contribute to outreach and engagement activities both within and external to the university. Extension programs supported by the department provide information to agricultural and industrial groups and the general public, in Ohio, in the USA, and throughout the world.
A Brief History of the Evolution Teaching Controversy from Dayton, TN to Dover, PA
What’s that bug? It’s big, it can be stinky, but at least it doesn't suck your blood!
Ohio is on the front line for a new invasive pest, the brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys). This species of stink bug is a nuisance pest when it invades homes in the autumn in its search for overwintering sites, and it is a pest of many crops during the summer. ...More info