Sunday, December 10, 2006: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Rooms 101-103 (Convention Center)

Program Symposium: Entomological Developments in the 20-21st Century, a Look Back at the Accomplishments : Part 2

Organizer(s): Tony Grace,
Sonny Ramaswamy,
1:30 PM0008The Entomology Department as microcosm: Biology with six legs at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  [ Recorded presentation ]
May R. Berenbaum,
1:55 PM0009Highlights in the history of the North Carolina State University Department of Entomology  [ Recorded presentation ]
James Harper,
2:20 PM0010From molecules to invasion biology: Challenging times for a changing discipline: University of California - Riverside  [ Recorded presentation ]
Ring T. Cardé,
2:45 PM0011OSU Entomology: Giving something back, paying something forward  [ Recorded presentation ]
Susan Fisher,
3:10 PMBreak
3:20 PM0012Entomology at the land grant university: Perspectives from Texas A&M University Entomology  [ Recorded presentation ]
Kevin Heinz,
3:45 PM0013One hundred thirty five years of Entomology at the University of Minnesota: A salute to the past and building to the future  [ Recorded presentation ]
Mark Ascerno,
4:10 PM0014Entomology in Florida: Challenging past, more challenging future  [ Recorded presentation ]
John Capinera,
4:35 PM0015Dairies, diets and diseases: An overview of the Department of Entomology, University of Wisconsin - Madison  [ Recorded presentation ]
Walter Goodman,

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