The Department offers a full curriculum distance M.S. degree in Entomology. The distance option is taught via the Internet; it emphasizes course work in entomology and offers flexibility in non-entomological training specific to individual student needs and interests. The distance M.S. option was developed for students who cannot participate in an on-campus degree program, including individuals actively involved in professions where advanced training in entomology is desirable. Examples include agricultural professionals, crop consultants, pest control operators, middle and high school science and biology teachers, and military personnel. The distance M.S. in Entomology degree program is a fully recognized and accredited degree program of the University of Nebraska.

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2016

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Insect Pest Introduction into Florida: Surveillance and Detection Efforts by Government Agencies, Gangadai Azore

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The Military and Infectious Disease: Rickettsial Disease, Isa Hakima

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Evaluation of the Red Imported Fire Ant Foraging Behavior, Gabriela Harvey

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The Biology, Ecology, and Management of the Migratory Grasshopper, Melanoplus sanguinipes (Fab.), Dewey W. Murray

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Biodiversity of Insect Populations in the Springfield Bog Metropark in Summit County, Ohio: A Secondary Succession Site, Cynthia Perkovich

2015

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Effects of minimum winter temperatures on southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis) mortality on Long Island, N.Y., Jessica Cancelliere

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Household Insect Pest Guide, Brandon Frederick

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Development of a screening program for identification of the neoplastic pod gene (Np) in Syngenta snap peas, Emily Kniep

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An Introduction to Insects of Regulatory Concern, Robert Phillips

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Piophilidae Distribution in Consideration of Forensic Applications, Electra Ragan

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MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES IN MISSISSIPPI, Ryan J. Rodriguez

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Mexican Red Kneed Tarantula (Brachypelma smithi) CARE MANUAL, Jamie Sincage and Trace Hardin

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Internship in the Entomological Collections in the Smithsonian Institution (SI), National Museum of Natural History (NMNH): A species-level inventory of the superfamily Gelechioidea (Insecta: Lepidoptera)., Sherry V. Spriggs

2014

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Using Insects to Teach Stats: Creating Flipped Classroom Materials that Support Student Learning of the Statistical Analysis Skills Requisite Within the International Baccalaureate Higher Level Biology Course Syllabus, John C. Gasparini

2013

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Insectography: Insects in the World of Fiction, Erin Bauer

2012

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Cerambycidae in the Hawk Rise Sanctuary, Linden, NJ, Tiffany R. Mauro

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Bean Leaf Beetle and Soybean Aphid Control Using Foliar Treatments in a Certified-Organic Operation—Neely-Kinyon Trial, 2010-2011, Andrea McKern

2010

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Illustrated Beetles of Quail Ridge Reserve, Ann Donohue