Dr. Jim Wangberg, an ESA member since 1973, will retire September 7, 2012.
A number of ESA members from various land-grant universities have teamed up to create the IPMPro app.
Mike Raupp, a professor and entomologist at the University of Maryland, is featured in this news video on mosquitoes, where he talks about products that can be used to avoid them.Watch the video below.
Wayne J. Ohnesorg, an extension educator and PhD student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is part of a team which created the "Aphid Speed Scout" app, which was selected as the Top Best Mobile App for Agriculture by CropLife.
George Ball, an ESA member for 40+ years and a faculty member of the University of Alberta, is the subject of a May 6 newspaper article called "Going bug-eyed for beetles."
Bob Wright, an extension entomologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is featured in this video about the unusually high number of army cutworm moths, and whether they will affect planted corn.
John D. Hopkins, an assistant professor and extension entomologist at the University of Arkansas, is featured in this news video on insect parts in everyday foods.
Karen Vail, an extension entomologist at the University of Tennessee, is featured in this local news video on ticks and Lyme disease.
Jerry Michels, an entomologist at Texas AgriLife Research, is featured in this local news video on salt cedar plants, which consume large amounts of water and have cost millions of dollars to eradicate so far. But Dr. Michels is using a beetle to help.
Roger Gold, a professor at Texas A&M, is featured in this local news video on bed bugs.

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