Courses

Spring 2014 EIS & ENTO Home Courses

 

Course Title and Instructor Location, Time & Units
ENTO 160 D1 Insects and Culture - Wheeler Modern Languages 311/M/W/F 11-11:50am/ 3 units
ENTO 401/EIS 501 Ecological Physiology, Goggy Davidowitz Forbes 206/ T/TH 11:00pm-12:15pm 
ENTO 407 Insect Discovery, Kathleen Walker Forbes 412/ W 2pm-4pm & two lab options Tu 9am-12pm or We 9am-12pm
ENTO 436/EIS 536 Agro-ecology, Kathleen Walker and Yves Carriere Education 351 / T/TH 2pm-3:15pm/ 3 units
ENTO 457/ EIS 557 Medical - Veterinary Ento - Riehle, M. Social Sciences 136/T/TH 9:30am-10:45am/ 3 units
ENTO 468/568 Insect Pest Management, Baker/Ellsworth/Gouge Forbes 412/T/Th 1-2:30pm
EIS 596A 001 Seminar - Molly Hunter Harvill 105/TH 4-4:50pm/ 1 unit 
EIS 596A 050 Professional Development Seminar TBA/ 2 units

 

 

Fall 2013 EIS & ENTO Courses

 

course/section Course title & information  Location/Time/Units
ENTO 310 001 Living in Symbiosis - Patricia Stock Saguaro Hall, Rm 202, T/TH 11am-12:15pm (3 units) 
ENTO 415R/EIS 515R Insect Biology  -  Kathleen Walker, Xianchun Li, & Goggy Davidowitz Modern Languages, Rm 210, T/TH 11-12:15pm (3 units) 
EIS 520 Insect Systems Biology -M. Riehle, W. Gronenberg, X. Li  Forbes 412 or Modern Languages 502, W/F 3:45pm-5:00pm
EIS/ECOL 544 Insect Ecology - Yves Carriere Marley 741H, Thur 1-3pm 
NRSC/EIS 588  Prin. Of Cellular & Molecular Neurobiolgy - Konrad Zinsmaier M. Pacheco ILC, Rm 117, M/W 4-5:50pm (4 units)
EIS 596A 001 Seminar Series - Recent Advances in Entomology & Insect Science - Molly Hunter Marley 230, Th 4-5:00pm (1 unit)  
RNR/EIS 613 Applied Biostatistcs - Lingling An Shantz 440 T/TH 11am-12:15pm & lab on Wed. 2-3pm in Shantz 338 

Spring 2013 EIS & ENTO Courses

 

Course Title and Instructor Location, Time & Units
ENTO 160 D1 Insects and Culture - Wheeler R P Harvill Bldg, Rm 305/M/W/F 11-11:50am/ 3 units
ENTO 436/EIS 536 Agro-ecology, Kathleen Walker and Yves Carriere Education 351 / T/TH 2pm-3:15pm/ 3 units
ENTO 457/ EIS 557 Medical - Veterinary Ento - Riehle, M. BioWest 219/TR 9:30am-10:45am/ 3 units
ECOL 497B Subject: Insect Discovery - Kathleen Walker Lecture: Koffler440/Wed 2-3:15pm & Lab:Koffler 440/441/T/W 9am-11:30am
EIS 596A Seminar - Molly Hunter Harvill 105/TH 4-4:50pm/ 1 unit 
ECOL/EIS 596U Molecular Phylogentics - Michael Worobey Education 535/M 2-3:50pm/ 2 units
EIS 597C Greenhouse Pest Management: Methods & Practice, Huber, R. CEAC 117, Tues 2-5:00pm/ 3 units
CPH/EIS 660 Infectious Disease Epidemiology - Kacey Ernst Drachman Hall A122/ TH 1-5pm/ 3 units

 

Fall 2012 EIS & ENTO Courses

COURSE TITLE & INSTRUCTOR LOCATION, TIME (UNITS)
ENTO 170C 001

Secrets of Success: Natural History of Terrestrial Arthropods - co-taught by Wendy Moore and Bob Smith

Chavez Bldg. Rm 400, MWF, 11am-11:50am
ENTO 300 001 Insect Pest Mngmnt for Desert Cropping Sys - John Palumbo Off Campus/Yuma
ENTO 310 001 Living in Symbiosis - Patricia Stock Harvill 305, T/TH 8am-9:15am
(3 units)
VSC/ENTO 403R Biology of Animal Parasites - Charles Sterling Optical Sci 410, T/TH 8am-9:15am  (3 units)
ENTO415L/ EIS 515L Insect Biology Lab - Carl Olson Forbes 412, Tues 1-3:50pm (1 unit)
ENTO 415R/EIS 515R Insect Biology - Kathleen Walker, Xianchun Li & Goggy Davidowitz Bio West 219, T/TH 11-12:15pm (3 units)
ENTO 417/ EIS 517 Insect Systematics - Wendy Moore Forbes 412, MWF 9am-9:50am & Req Lab Wed 1-4pm (4 units)
 NRSC/EIS 588 Prin. of Cell & Molecular Neurobiology - Konrad Zinsmaier  Elec & Comp. Engr 107, MW 10-11:50am (4 units)
EIS 596A Seminar Series - Molly Hunter Marley 230, TH 4-5pm (1 unit)
RNR/EIS 613 001 Applied Biostatistics - Lingling An Shantz 440, T/TH 11am-12:15pm & Req lab TBA (4 units)

 

 

Spring 2012 EIS & ENTO Courses

COURSE TITLE & INSTRUCTOR LOCATION, TIME (UNITS)
ENTO 160 D1 Insects and Culture - Dianna Wheeler Harvill Bldg, Rm 305, M/W/F 11:00am-11:50am
ENTO 401/EIS 501 Ecological Physiology - Goggy Davidowitz Harvill 318, T/TH 11:00am-12:15pm
ENTO 457/EIS 557 Medical/Veterinary Entomology - Mike Riehle ILC 137, T/TH 9:30am-10:45am
(3 units)
ENTO 468/EIS 568 Insect Pest Management - Baker/Ellsworth/Gouge Forbes 412, T/TH 1-2:30pm (3 units)
ECOL/EIS 596U Molecular Phylogenetics - Michael Worobey Mondern Lang. 212, Mon 2-3:50pm (2 units)
ENTO 497C/EIS 597C Greenhouse Pest Management: Methods & Practice - Roger Huber Campus Ag Center 117, Tues 2-5:00pm (3 units)
CPH/EIS 660 Infectious Disease Epidemiology - Kacey Ernst Drachman Hall A122, Thur 1-3:50pm (3 units)
     

 

Fall 2011 EIS & ENTO Courses

COURSE TITLE & INSTRUCTOR LOCATION, TIME (UNITS)
ENTO 310 001 Living in Symbiosis - Patricia Stock

Chemistry, Rm 134,

TR 9:30am-10:45am (3 units)

V SC/ENTO 403L

Parasitology Lab - Charles Sterling 

VetSci 129, Wed 1-3:50pmpm
(1 unit)
V SC/ENTO 403R  Biology of Animal Parasites - Charles Sterling BioWest 208, T/TH 8am-9:15am
(3 units)
ENTO 415L/EIS 515L Insect Biology Lab - Carl Olson Forbes 412, Tues 1-3:50pm (1 unit)
ENTO 415R/EIS 515R Insect Biology - K. Walker, X., Li & G. Davidowitz  BioSciences West Rm. 219, T/TH 11:00am-12:15pm (3 units)
EIS 520 Insect Systems Biology - M. Riehle, W. Gronenberg, & X. Li Forbes 412, W/F 3:45pm-5:00pm
 EIS 544 Insect Ecology - Yves Carriere Marley 741H, Thurs 1:00pm-3:00pm
 NRSC/EIS 588 Prin. of Cell & Molecular Neurobiology - Konrad Zinsmaier Engr. Room 107, M/W 10:00am-11:50am (4 units)
 EIS 596A 001 Seminar Series - Molly Hunter  Marley 230, Th. 4:00pm-5:00pm (1 unit)
 

Additional Options for EIS Students

EIS 699 Independent Study - Section numbers will vary  
EIS 700 Rotations - Section numbers will vary  
EIS 900 Research - Section numbers will vary  
EIS 910 Thesis Research - Section numbers will vary  
EIS 920 Dissertation Research - Section numbers will vary  
ECOL 597S Topics in Social Insect Biology - Anna Dornhaus BioSciences West 302, Wed. 1:00pm-3:00pm (2 units)
RNR 546 Principles of Research Design - Mannan/Steidl/Matter Forbes 206, T/TH 12:30pm-1:45pm (3 units)

 

Fall 2010 EIS & ENTO Courses

COURSE TITLE & INSTRUCTOR LOCATION, TIME (UNITS)
ENTO 300 901 Insect Pest Management for Desert Cropping Sys - John Palumbo Off Campus/Yuma, Wed (3 units)
ENTO 310 001 Living in Symbiosis - Patricia Stock FCS, M/W 11am-12:15pm (3 units)
V SC/ENTO 403L Parasitology Lab - Charles Sterling VetSci 129, Wed 11-:12:15pm (1 unit)
V SC/ENTO 403R Biology of Animal Parasites - Charles Sterling BioWest 208, T/TH 8am-9:15am (3 units)
ENTO 415L/EIS 415L Insect Biology Lab - Carl Olson Forbes 412, Tues 1-3:50pm (1 unit)
ENTO 415R/EIS 415R Insect Biology  - David Byrne, Xianchun Li, & Goggy Davidowitz FCS 114, T/TH 11-12:15pm (3 units)
ENTO 417/EIS 517 001 Insect Systematics - Wendy Moore Marley 230, M/W/F 9:00-9:50am & Forbes 412, Tues 1-3:50pm (4 units)
NRSC/EIS 588 Prin. Of Cellular & Molecular Neurobiolgy - Konrad Zinsmaier Room TBA, M/W 10-11:50am (4 units)
EIS 596A 001 Seminar Series - Recent Advances in Entomology & Insect Science - Mike Riehle Marley 230, Th 4-5:00pm (1 unit)

Additional Options for EIS Students

EIS 700 Rotations - Section numbers will vary  
EIS 900 Research - Section numbers will vary  
EIS 910 Thesis - Section numbers will vary (need 8 for M.S. students)  
EIS 920 Dissertation - Section numbers will vary (need 18 for Ph.D. students)  
EIS 930 Supplemental Registration - Section numbers will vary  
ECOL 497S/597S Topics in Social Insect Biology - Anna Dornhaus BioSci West 302, Wed. 1-3:00pm (2 units)
ECOL 600B Fundamentals of Ecology - Judith Bronstein BioSci West 302, T/TH 11-12:15pm (3 units)
RNR 546 001 Principles of Research Design - Mannan/Steidl/Matter BioSci East 314, T/Th 12:30pm-1:45pm (3 units)
  Student comments about this course: It's a really great introduction to the philosophy of science as it pertains to biology, plus it has a ton of valuable hands-on practice in writing papers and experimental design. The writing experience alone makes this class worth taking, but the course as a whole makes you think about why we do biology the way we do and why we should be setting up our experiments a particular way based on the questions we wish to ask. 546 is a required course for SNRE students, so its focus is on wildlife and fisheries biology, but the principles covered apply to any biological science and work fabulously for entomologists. Another ento student and I took it together in 2005 and we thought it was a wonderful experience.