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This issue covers September 2020 to November 2020
- Former graduate part of team that developed Covid-19 vaccine, page 14
- Sial awarded $5.4 Million NIFA Grant, Page 4
- Moore receives grant to support diversity initiatives, page 5
- PhD students publish papers, page 9
- Student highlights, pages 11-13
- Blubaugh joins UGA Entomology, page 1
This issue covers May 2020 to August 2020
- Brett Blaauw named to fruit growers 40 under 40, page 5
- Suiter featured on GA Farm Monitor TV show, page 4
- Acebes' work key to AgPest Monitor launch, page 6-7
- Field Snapshots, page 11
- Student Highlights, pages 8-10
- Black Fly Lab update, page 3
This issue covers January 2020 to April 2020
- Hawaiian Research Collaboration, page 17
- In-class Instruction Transitions to Online Platform, pages 1 and 3
- Faculty Publications, pages 8-15
- Gilliland receives 2020 Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant, page 18
- Student Highlights, pages 4-7
- New Ento/Applied BioTech CAES Ambassadors named, page 18
- Meet Gabrielle Latora, page 3
This issue covers June 2019 to December 2019
- Michael Strand selected Pulliam Chair, page 3
- Graduate student receive Lund and Ross scholarship awards, page 15
- "Save the Honey Bee" car tags, page 8
- Student Highlights, pages 11-13
- Alumni News, page 14
- Faculty grants, page 4-5
- Elmer Gray wins staff award, page 7
- Georgia Outdoors films at Insect Zoo, page 9
- Trish Moore selected D.W. Brooks winner, page 1
This issue covers May 2019 to August 2019
- Bill Snyder Lab comes to UGA, page 3
- Coffman wins first Best Poster Award, page 6
- First Great Georgia Pollinator Census, page 4
- Student Highlights, pages 7-9
- Johnson wins Osmun Scholarship, page 6
- Student Research and Outreach Awards announced, page 11
- Sapelo Island survey, page 1 & 12
This issue covers December 2018 to April 2019
- Apicultural Society honors Jennifer Berry, page 3
- Ruby Harrison wins Broadus Browne Award, page 5
- MyIPM Smartphone APP on Forefront of Pest Management, page 18
- Burke and Sial receive large grants, page 1
- 2018 Faculty Publications, pages 10-16
- Roberts, Sial, Burke, Srinivasan win Faculty Awards, page 4
- Student HIghlights, pages 6-8
- Facebook LIVE with Elmer Gray and the Black Fly Lab, page 19
This issue covers August 2018 to November 2018
- Dan Suiter wins D.W. Brooks award, page 1
- Student Awards, pages 10-11
- Faculty Highlights, pages 1, 5
- Insectival, page 13
- ESA Vancouver, page 3
- New Class Life on Six Legs, page 15
- Student Spotlight, pages 7-9
- Staff Highlights, page 4
This issue covers April 2018 to July 2018
- Jena Johnson teaches at BugShot Alabama, page 11
- Moore chosen CTL Teaching Fellow, page 4
- Memorial planned for Adriano Giorgi, page 5
- Spring Commencement, page 10
- New Faces, page 3
- Student Outreach, page 8
- Morehead visits museum, page 5
- Student spotlight, page 6-7
This issue covers December 2017 to March 2018
- Faculty Retreat, page 1
- 2017 Publications, page 10-16
- New Faces, page 3
- TA-RAN-TULA 5K Run, page 18
- Undergraduate Student Spotlight, Hayley Schroeder, page 6
- Graduate Student Spotlight, Charlie Braman, page 7
- 2017 Fall Commencement, page 9
- IPM Field Day, page 19
- Faculty Highlight, Angelita Acebes, page 4
- Alumni Highlight, Jessie Kalina, page 5
This issue covers July 2017 to November 2017
- Alumni Spotlight: The Bug Lady of Wingate by Erika Scocco Niland, page 5
- Pollinator Census, page 11
- Faculty Highlight: Wayne Gardner, page 4
- Student Award Winners at National ESA meeting, page 10
- Forschler receives national recognition, page 15
- Undergraduate Student Spotlight: Abigail Grant, page 6
- Master’s Student Spotlight: Courtney Brissey, page 7
- PhD. Student Spotlight: Sam Arsenault, page 8
- UGA Collection of Arthropods receives donation, page 14
This issue covers March 2017 to June 2017.
- Alumni Highlight: A Path through the Forest by Jule-Lynne Macie, page 11.
- Faculty Highlight: Dr. Kevin J. Vogel, page 3.
- Faculty Highlight: Dr. Shimat V. Joseph, page 3.
- Faculty Notes, page 14 & 15.
- "Free to Bee: Inmates Learn" - Apiary Care through Georgia Master Beekeeper Program - page 5.
- Georgia Entomology Society News, page 8 & 9.
- Lund Week Awards page 12 & 13.
- Prestigious recognition - Dr. Michael Strand, page 1.
- Staff Highlight: Jennifer Berry, Lab Manager, page 7.
- Student Spotlight: Ben Gochnour, page 7.
- Student Spotlight: Jayce W. Brandt, page 10.
- Transitions: Arrivals & Departures, page 15.
This issue covers November 2016 to February 2017. In this issue...
- Name the newsletter contest and winner, page 1.
- Alumni News: UGA Entomology to the Smithsonian: One of many paths by Dr. Floyd W. Shockley, page 5.
- Serendipity by Robert W. Matthews, page 11.
- Faculty Highlight: Dr. Brett R. Blaauw, page 15.
- Staff Highlight: Nancy Jordan, 30 year achievement, page 7.
- Student Spotlight: Annie Rich, page 13.
- Student Spotlight: Thomas C. McElrath, page 14.