Photos from the 2016 EIS Program Retreat in the Santa Rita Experimental Range
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Fall 2018 EIS Program Lunches
All Entomology and Insect Science graduate students are required to attend these luncheons.
Entomology and Insect Science faculty members are encouraged to attend.
For more information about our fall EIS graduate student luncheons, be on the lookout for emails from Renee Angle
or feel free to contact her directly. email@example.com
Recent Program Graduates
Lewis Hun (PhD) and Elizabeth Bondy (MS) graduated in 2018. Congratulations!
Reilly McManus (MS), Jimmy Conway (MS), and Garrett Hughes (PhD) and Corinne Stouthamer (PhD) graduated in Summer 2017. Congratulations, All!
Student and Faculty Publications, Presentations, and Awards
Our students and faculty have been busy! Below are just a few of the recent outstanding achievements of members of EIS program.
Kathryn Busby (PhD program) received the 2018 EIS Education Award, for her exceptional commitment to teaching and mentorship. Congrats, Kathryn, and thank you for your service to the program!
Alan Yanahan (Phd program) received the 2018 EIS Student Leadership Award, for his exceptional commitment to graduate student success through leadership. Congrats, Alan, and thank you for your service to the program!
Maureen Brophy, (PhD program) Daniel Williamson, (PhD program) and Josh Arnbrister (PhD program) are the recipients of the 2018 Jack Root Scholarships.
Genevieve Comeau (PhD program) is the winner of the 2018 Carruth Award.
Patrick Maes (PhD program) is the winner of the Robert & Ethel Warner Endowment Award.
Alan Yanahan (Phd program) received the 2017, 2018 EIS Student Leadership Award, for his exceptional commitment to graduate student success through leadership. Congrats, Alan, and thank you for your service to the program!
Lewis Hun (PhD program) received the 2017 EIS Student Education Award, for exceptional commitment to teaching and mentorship. Congrats, Lewis, and thank you for your service to the program!
Kacey Ernst (Epidemiology Professor) was selected by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) as a 2017 Public Engagement Fellow for her work on vector-borne disease. Congratulations, Professor Ernst!
Avery Russell (PhD program) and Daniel Papaj's (EEB Professor) were in the UA News for their revolutionary work on bee colonies!
Genevieve Comeau (PhD program) was awarded a Carson Fellowship! The fellowship consists of a grant and extensive mentorship in science communication with media, policy makers, and the public.
Timothy Vandervoet (PhD program) and Naomi Pier (PhD program) were awarded the 2016 Jack Root Graduate Fellowship for their outstanding entomology research!
The Laurence A. Carruth Award winners for 2016 are Lewis Hun (PhD program) and Avery Russell (PhD program). Congratulations on all of your hard work, Lewis and Avery!
Congratulations to Department of Entomology Associate Scientist Justin Schmidt for a great NYT Magazine article about Justin and his pain index. Mentioned in the article is EIS grad student John Palting (PhD program) as well!
Genevieve Comeau (PhD program) has received a prestigious National Science Fellowship to research the dynamics of vector-borne disease. Congratulations, Genevieve!
Avery Russell (PhD program) was featured in UA News for his work on the evolutionary relationship between bumblebees and flowers; check out the article here!
Timothy Vandervoet (PhD program) has also been in the news; Tim's research on conservation biological control of white flies in Southwestern cotton crops was featured in West Farm Press in April 2016!
Garrett Hughes (PhD program) was awarded the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award for 2016. Congratulations, Garrett!