Douglas G. Pfeiffer, Eastern Branch Representative

Dr. Douglas G. Pfeiffer received a B.S. from the University of Massachusetts, an M.S. from North Carolina State University, and his Ph.D. from Washington State University. Pfeiffer is currently a professor in the Department of Entomology at Virginia Tech University. His research interests are IPM in orchards, vineyards, and small-fruit systems, and international agriculture.

Pfeiffer’s has served on the Presidential Committee on Linnaean Games (2006-2008); the Committee on Membership (2001-2002), and the Committee on Insect Detection, Evaluation, and Prediction (1988-1990; Chair, 1989-1990). Since becoming an ESA member
in 1974, Pfeiffer has served as ESA Eastern Branch President-
Elect (2003-2004), President (2004-2005), Past-President (2005-2006), and Secretary (1995-2001). He has also served on the Program Committee (Chair, 2009; Co-Chair, 2008; member, 1987, 1991, 1994), the Linnaean Games Committee (Chair, 2004-2008; member, 1993); the Awards Committee (Chair, 2006), the Committee on Membership (Chair, 2000-2002), the Auditing Committee (1998); the Employment Committee (member, 1990-1993; Chair, 1991), the Committee on Insect Detection, Evaluation, and Prediction (member, 1985-1990; Chair 1987, 1988), the Local Arrangements Committee (1985) and the Registration and Hospitality Committee (1985).