Impact

Oct 1, 2019

NC State Postdoc Receives Prestigious NIH Award

NC State postdoc Zach DeVries receives a prestigious award from the National Institutes of Health.

Sep 30, 2019

Students Selected by National Pest Management Association

Congratulations to Entomology students, Jamora Hamilton and Maria Gonzalez!

Sep 13, 2019

Entomology Faculty to be Awarded at ESA Annual Meeting

Both awards will be presented at the ESA meeting in St. Louis during the P-IE Networking Session starting at 2:30 pm on Monday, November 18.

Aug 8, 2019

Tobacco Plant ‘Stickiness’ Aids Helpful Insects, Plant Health

Researchers at North Carolina State University have shown that “sticky” hairlike structures on tobacco leaves can help attract beneficial insects that scavenge on other insects trapped on the leaves, increasing leaf yield and reducing pest damage to plant structures.

Jul 29, 2019

Portable Tech Sniffs Out Plant Disease In The Field

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed portable technology that allows farmers to identify plant diseases in the field.

May 9, 2019

Webster and Hatano Win NCALS Research Competition

Sophia Webster won 1st place and Eduardo Hatano won 3rd place at the recent NCALS Research Competition that included a single slide each accompanied by a 2 minute presentation.  

Apr 22, 2019

PhD Student, Urmila Adhikari, Speaks at Small Grains Field Day

Entomology and Plant Pathology PhD student, Urmila Adhikari, spoke at the Small Grains Field Day held by NCSU Cooperative Extension at the Piedmont Research Station (PRS) in Salisbury on April 17th, 2019.  The field day drew about 60 farmers, crop consultants and NCSU / USDA personnel.

Apr 1, 2019

Reyna and Jin Recognized for Excellence in Lab Teaching

Steve Reyna and Jing Jin were both awarded for Excellence in Laboratory Teaching during Graduate Education Week at the 14th annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. 

Feb 9, 2019  |  Newswire

Research Shows ‘Bug Bombs’ Are Ineffective Killing Roaches

Total release foggers, commonly known as “bug bombs,” are ineffective at removing cockroaches from indoor environments and can leave toxic residues, according to a new study from North Carolina State University.

Sep 10, 2018

“Drawers, Jars and Databases: Teaching the Hidden Science of Natural History Museums”

Bob Blinn, Marc Cubeta, Kathryn Hanser (Entomology and Plant Pathology), Kathryn Green (Science Education) and Alexander Krings (Plant and Microbial Biology) recently particpated in an educational workshop for North and South Carolina middle and high school biology/environmental science teachers on […]