Fall 2020 Seminar Series

August 27

Dr. Anjel Helms – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“The smells of dinner, death, and danger: How organisms navigate multitrophic interactions in a chemical world”

September 3

Dr. Hojun Song – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“From cricket songs to swarming locusts: Elucidating patterns and processes of orthopteran evolution”

September 10

Dr. Gabe Hamer – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“How dogs saved Texas from Zika virus……but are they now spreading COVID-19?”

September 17

Dr. David Kerns – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“Assessing Bt resistance in Helicoverpa zea and developing  management strategies”

September 24

Dr. Zach Adelman – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“Decoding the genetic secrets of the bloodsucking mosquito and worldwide fiend, Aedes aegypti

October 1

Dr. Diane Ullman – Department of Entomology, University of California, Davis, California
“Understanding How Insect Vectors and Plant Viruses Interact and Manipulate Their Plant Hosts”
Hosted by Aggie Women in Entomology

October 8

Dr. May Berembaum – Swanlund Endowed Chair, Department of Entomology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Seminar title TBA

October 15

Dr. Sanjay Antony-Babu – Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“Pathogens are not lone attackers: pathobiomes and their interkingdom interactions in pathogenesis”
Hosted by Dr. Julio Bernal

October 22

Dr. Adela Oliva Chavez – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“Pathogens are not lone attackers: pathobiomes and their interkingdom interactions in pathogenesis”

October 29

Dr. Megha Parajulee – Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, Lubbock, TX
Texas Cotton IPM: History, Livelihood, and Technological Advancement

November 5

Dr. Julio Bernal – Department of Entomology, College Station, Texas A&M University
“Maize indiscretions: What agriculture’s past reveals about today’s pests and suggests for tomorrow’s”

November 12

No seminar – ESA Virtual Meetings

November 19

No seminar – ESA Virtual Meetings

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