Sunday, December 10, 2006: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM

Rooms 101-103 (Convention Center)

Program Symposium: Entomological Developments in the 20-21st Century, a Look Back at the Accomplishments: Part 1

Organizer(s): Tony Grace,
Sonny Ramaswamy,
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AM0001In the tradition of John Henry Comstock: Contributions by Cornell entomologists  [ Recorded presentation ]
Jan Nyrop,
9:00 AM0002Back to the future: A synopsis of entomological achievements, past and present, at Kansas State University  [ Recorded presentation ]
James Nechols,
9:25 AM0003"The new kid on the block: 43 years and counting" Entomology at Pennsylvania State University  [ Recorded presentation ]
Gary Felton,
9:50 AM0004"Entomology at Iowa State University, from basic to high tech in 100 years"  [ Recorded presentation ]
Jon J. Tollefson,
10:15 AMBreak
10:25 AM0005Michigan State University Entomology: Pioneering in the twenty-first century  [ Recorded presentation ]
Richard Merritt,
10:50 AM0006Hessian flies to household pests: Fifty years of Entomology at Purdue University  [ Recorded presentation ]
Steve Yaninek,
11:15 AM0007LSU Entomology: A legacy of innovation, education, and public service  [ Recorded presentation ]
Timothy Schowalter,
11:40 AMConcluding Remarks and Instructions for Afternoon Session

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