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  Jul 23, 2017
 
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Entomology and Plant Pathology


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Carl J. Jones, Head
Ernest C. Bernard, Graduate Program Director
Jerome F. Grant, Graduate Program Director

Professors
Bernard, E.C., PhD - Georgia
Bost, S.C., PhD - North Carolina State
Burgess, E.E., PhD - Tennessee
Gerhardt, R.R., PhD - North Carolina State
Grant, J.F., PhD - Clemson
Hale, F.A., PhD - Ohio State
Jones, C.J., PhD - Wyoming
Lambdin, P.L., PhD - Virginia Tech
Newman, M.A., PhD - Texas A&M
Patrick, C.R., PhD - Mississippi State
Skinner, J.A., PhD - California (Davis)
Stewart, S.D., PhD - Auburn
Trigiano, R.N., PhD - North Carolina State
Windham, A.S., PhD - North Carolina State
Windham, M.T., PhD - North Carolina State
 
Associate Professors
Canaday, C.H., PhD - Ohio State
Gwinn, K.D., PhD - North Carolina State
Lamour, K., PhD - Michigan State
Ownley, B.H., PhD - North Carolina State
Vail, K.M., PhD - Florida
 
Assistant Professors
Hajimorad, M., PhD - Adelaide (Australia)
Jurat-Fuentes, J.L., PhD - Georgia
Moulton, J.K., PhD - Arizona
 
MAJOR   DEGREES
Entomology and Plant Pathology   MS
   Entomology concentration    
  Plant pathology concentration    
Plants, Soils, and Insects   PhD
  Bioactive natural products concentration    
  Entomology concentration    
  Integrated pest management concentration    
  Plant pathology concentration    

The Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology offers a graduate program leading to the Master of Science with a major in entomology and plant pathology and the Doctor of Philosophy through the interdisciplinary plants, soils, and insects program. Students in the entomology concentration may specialize in crop entomology, medical and veterinary entomology, insect biology, insect pest management, or biological control. Students in the plant pathology concentration may specialize in foliar and stem fungus diseases, soilborne pathogens, disease physiology, biocontrol, plant nematology, or virology. For specific information, contact the department head.

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