Author Archives: Robert Wright

About Robert Wright

Robert Wright is a Professor and Extension Entomologist at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. You can reach him by email at rwright2@unl.edu. Follow him on Twitter @BobWrightUNL

Faculty Spotlight: Doug Golick, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

What is your position at UNL? I am an Assistant Professor of Entomology. I have a teaching and extension appointment. I teach classes on scientific presentation/communication, developing distance-delivered courses and teaching with insects. In my research, I work on science … Continue reading

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Associate Dean/Program Leader Agriculture and Natural Resources, Nebraska Extension position announced

Job announcement Review of applications will begin on 11/1/2015 Associate Dean/Program Leader Agriculture and Natural Resources Nebraska Extension, University of Nebraska-Lincoln The Associate Dean/Program Leader for Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension programming reports directly to the Dean and Director of … Continue reading

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Webinar: Estimation of efficacy functions for products used to manage corn rootworm larval injury

A new open access webinar  is available which describes the relative efficacy of options that are currently available to manage corn rootworm larval injury. By Nicholas Tinsley, Ph.D. Department of Crop Sciences University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Phone: 217-265-4113 Email: … Continue reading

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Before Harvest Plan for Stored Grain Insect Management

A series of videos by national experts is available online that reviews stored grain insect pest management options. Stored grain insect management videos Stored Grain Integrated Pest Management in the North Central United States. Presenters: Dr. Tom Phillips, Kansas State … Continue reading

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