|Chicago Post-Tribune highlights Bug Bowl|
April 15, 2015
Photo courtesy John Obermeyer
An article carried this week in the Chicago Post-Tribune Describes Spring Fest and highlights the Bug Bowl activities. Entitled "Family destinations: Visitors go buggy over Spring Fest at Purdue," you can read the entire article here.
|Invasive beetle found in Indiana|
The Walnut Twig Beetle - the insect involved in Thousand Cankers Disease of Black Walnut - has been detected in Indiana for the first time at a Franklin County sawmill. To read the DNRs press release, click walnut twig beetle.
Shown here are a walnut twig beetle and the cankers they can cause.
|Linda Mason is "In the Spotlight" in Purdue Today|
April 14, 2015
Purdue Profiles: Linda Mason
Linda Mason has a storied career in entomology. She's implemented and presented her pest management programs in numerous countries such as Greece and Japan. She's also appeared on national television shows, including MTV's "Road Rules" and "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno, all in the name of entomology. Mason has been a professor of entomology at Purdue since 1991, but her more recent appointment as associate dean of the Graduate School has allowed her to share her passion for preofessional development with all graduate students.
|AP Staff Advancement|
Congratulations to Susan Schechter in CERIS, and Krispn Given in Entomology who were promoted in their respective AP ranks! These promotions take effect on July 1st.