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Outstanding Academic Achievements Recognized at Bumpers College Honors and Awards Reception
Eighteen students from nine different majors and concentrations in Bumpers College were honored for outstanding academic achievement at a recent honors reception.
Bumpers Crop of Students Earn Graduate Degrees in Entomology and Plant Pathology
Thirteen students earned graduate degrees in entomology and plant pathology in 2018. The two programs are merging into one department.
2018 Outstanding Staff Team Award Winners Announced
Cindy Morley, Heather Jorgensen, Chad Mills, Doris Smith and Kim Keeney helped guide the merger of the departments of entomology and plant pathology into a stronger single department.
Fischer in Entomology, Ortega in Plant Pathology Named Plant Biologist Scholars
Hillary Fischer and Laura Ortega, graduate students in Bumpers College, have been named Conviron Scholars by the American Society of Plant Biologists.
Doctoral Student Zawislak Honored by Eastern Apicultural Society for Beekeeping Efforts
Jon Zawislak, an extension entomologist and apiary expert who is working on a doctoral degree, was recently Roger A. Morse Award for his leadership.
Korth to Serve as Interim Head of Combined Entomology, Plant Pathology Departments
Ken Korth, a professor recognized as an outstanding mentor and researcher, has been appointed interim head of the combined department of entomology and plant pathology.
Arkansas Insect Festival Features All Manner of Creatures to Bug You
The all-day festival, on Thursday, Oct. 11 offers a unique mix of learning, roach races and even musical theater.
Entomology Doctoral Student Earns Honor for Study of Oxygen's Role in Plant Self-Defense
Hillary Fischer, a doctoral student, won honors from the Entomological Society of America for research into how plants combat aphid attack using a reactive form of oxygen.
Fischer and Belsky Earn Awards From Entomological Society of America
Hillary Fischer and Joey Belsky, both entomology graduate students in the U of A's Dale Bumpers College, have received awards from the Entomological Society of America.
All About Insects Focus of Booth at Farmers Market
Members of the U of A Entomology Club provide their knowledge of insects local and global at the Fayetteville Farmers Market on several dates this summer.