Entomology & Insect Science GIDP

Entomology & Insect Science bylaws

Entomology & Insect Science Affiliated Departments

Entomology & Insect Science Affiliated Faculty

Mike Riehle, Ph.D., Interim  Chair mriehle@email.arizona.edu

Martha S. "Molly" Hunter, Ph.D., Chair (Sabbatical Fall 2015)
mhunter@ag.arizona.edu

Kristina Souders, Program Coordinator

Entomology & Insect Science GIDP
The University of Arizona
1145 E 4th Street, Marley  Bldg., 641F
Tucson, AZ 85719

Phone: 520-621-0847

http://insects.arizona.edu

The Program in Insect Science offers a Ph.D. that trains students in insect biology. Individually designed programs of study meet each student's interests and needs by combining a broad understanding of insects as organisms, with training in one or more specialized areas that include: ecology, evolution, neurobiology, biochemistry, physiology, and molecular biology. Faculty members in the Program also belong to the Center for Insect Science; a multicampus organization made up of insect scientists throughout Arizona representing a wide variety of primary disciplines. The diverse life zones of southern Arizona, from deserts to mountains, offer numerous field sites and study systems. Field and laboratory facilities for research on agricultural pests are also available.