David C. Margolies, Interim Head
Professors: Bauernfeind, Buschman, Cloyd, Margolies, Nechols, Phillips, Reese, Sloderbeck, Smith, and Zhu; Associate Professors: Marshall, Michaud, Park, Whitworth, Zolnerowich, and Zurek; Assistant Professors: McCornack and Ramalho-Ortigao; Adjunct Professors: Arthur, Beeman, Flinn, Hagstrum, Kambhampati, Marsh, Oppert, Shanower, and Throne; Adjunct Associate Professors: Campbell, Chen, Lord, and Opitz; Adjunct Assistant Professor: Wright de Malo; Emeriti Professors: Blocker, Broce, Brooks, Cress, Elzinga, Hopkins, Lippert, Mills, Mock and Wilde.
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Entomology is the study of insects and related arthropods. Applied entomology stresses their relations to plants and animals, including humans. Courses fall into two groups: broad, general courses suitable for any student; and professional courses that provide training for research, teaching, and administration in colleges, experiment stations, health services, government agencies, industry, foundations, and private practice.
Students majoring in other fields may have a special interest in entomology as part of their curriculum. ENTOM courses 300 or 312 and 313 or 305 are recommended.