Sep 15, 2021
After 15 years of work, the reclassification of the wasps studied in Dr. Norm Johnson's lab is published!
Sep 8, 2021
Entomology welcomed benefactors from United Titanium Inc., on August 31st, 2021, for the official ribbon-cutting of the United Titanium Bug Zoo (UTBZ), located at the heart of the CFAES Wooster campus in the new Wooster Science Building.
Aug 30, 2021
Join us in welcoming Dr. Ashley Leach to our department!
Dr. Leach has accepted the offer of Assistant Professor in Specialty Crop Entomology, starting in January 2022, and will be based at the Wooster Science Building. Ashley is bringing a lot of energy and experience working with specialty crop pests and she will be part of the dynamic CFAES team tackling pest issues in those systems.
Jul 19, 2021
Grounded Hope Podcast features OSU Entomology's Casey Hoy and a unique Agroecosystem Management Program research project on Mellinger Farm that records the daily, seasonal and annual rhythms of farm life.
Jun 25, 2021
Congratulations to Entomology Graduate Students James Radl (captain), Tae Lee, Brendan Kelly, and former Gardiner grad student, Alex Tyrpak, on their Entomology Games 2nd place finish at this week's Entomological Society of America North Central Branch virtual meeting!
The team now moves on to the national games at this year's annual ESA conference in Denver, Colorado. Joe Raczkowski is our long-serving Entomology Games coach.
Jun 8, 2021
June 9 Update: Our very own BugDoc Dave Shetlar was featured on Jimmy Kimmel recently! Congrats Dave for making the monologue. He appears just after the 2:00 mark in the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45DyACMDlk4
Jun 4, 2021
Latest Edition Features Summaries of Spring Semester 2021 Activities:
Bug Zoo Featured Arthropods
Awards & Honors, Graduate Degrees Awarded
Entomology Student Groups, EGSA & Chrysalis
Jun 1, 2021
Entomology published more than 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and offered nearly 20 courses during Spring 2021 semester!
Jun 1, 2021
Snap a picture with the new easy-to-use smartphone mapping app Cicada Safari, and hit submit. Once your image is confirmed as being a periodical cicada (and not your cat), the latitude and longitude for your observation are added to the cicada map.
May 27, 2021
Elizabeth Y. Long, PhD
Horticultural Entomologist, Purdue University
Adjunct Horticultural Entomologist, The Ohio State University