KSRE Seminars
Department of Entomology
Office of the President - Jefferson Fellow Distinguished Lecture
Special Presentation by Dr. David Bruce Conn, Department of Biology, Berry College, Georgia
April 20, KSU Alumni Center, Ballroom C

Department of Entomology - Hopkins Colloquium Series
1:30 p.m. Friday, April 11, in 103 Cardwell Hall

Dr. Claire Kremen, a premier international conservation biologist, will present "Restoring Pollinator Communities and Services in Intensively Managed Agricultural Landscapes."
Dr. Kremen is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, where she has been conducting international research and application programs directed at species conservation and the integration of conservation with human-directed ecosystem services. Her work has been chiefly focused on a growing global crisis — the conservation and encouragement of pollinators in the face of increasing urbanization and other stressors — and she has achieved remarkable success with her domestic and international programs.
The seminar series was established through the generosity of Ted Hopkins, former faculty member in the entomology department.

Popenoe Entomology Club - Student Invited Speaker 2014
Dr. Yong-Lak Park, Professor of Entomology, West Virginia University
Seminar Title: "Spatially-Targeted Pest Management Using Geospatial and Aerospace Technologies"
March 7, Cardwell 103
Watch Recorded Seminar. Note: this video only available to KSRE faculty and staff (log-in required).

KSU Department of Entomology Distinguished Alum 2013
Dr. Raul Guedes, Professor at the Federal University of Viçosa (Brazil)
Seminar Title: "Insecticides in Insects: Too Much of a Good Thing...?"
November 7, K-State Union Room 227
Presenter Bio:
Dr. Guedes completed his Ph.D. at Kansas State University in 1997, and has since had a very successful career at the Federal University of Viçosa, the top-ranked agricultural university in Brazil.
He has built a strong international reputation in pesticide-arthropod interactions, stored product pests, insect communications, and arthropod ecophysiology. An author on 133 refereed journal articles and 12 book chapters, he has trained 11 PhD and 18 MS students, and is currently directing 4 MS and 3 PhD students.
He is currently supporting 2 postdoctoral researchers, and has previously directed 6 others. He is also serving as the Scientific Director of the Arthur Bernardes Foundation (Research Foundation of the Federal University of Viçosa) and is a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society.