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Entomological Foundation announces 2013 Insect Science Award winners
Date:9/11/2013

ogy from the University of Florida. Her dissertation research involves evaluation of factors affecting the time taken by a chitin synthesis inhibitor based baiting program in subterranean termite colony elimination. Bait technology added another tool for management of subterranean termites in recent years, but there remain challenges due to the large colony size and cryptic nature of subterranean termites. Her research will help understand the termite's complex biological system and whether the time taken for elimination of subterranean termite colonies using CSI baits can be reduced. Garima has 10 peer-reviewed research papers, three extension articles, and a book chapter to her credit. She has received numerous awards and has won several competitions from her participation at student paper presentations and the Linnaean Games in the past. Currently, she is serving on executive committee of the Florida Entomological Society.

STAN BECK FELLOWSHIPThis award assists needy students at the graduate or undergraduate level of their education in entomology and related disciplines at a college or university in the United States, Mexico, or Canada. Erika Garca is an undergraduate at San Diego State University majoring in biology with a zoology emphasis. She was introduced to the fascinating diversity of the terrestrial arthropod fauna of California and Oregon in 2011. The impressive diversity of this terrestrial arthropod fauna, coupled with the relative lack of knowledge about these organisms, strongly kindled her career interests. Since 2011, Erika has participated in two original research projects at her home institution and at the California Academy of Sciences. Erika is a student in Dr. Marshal Hedin's Lab of Arachnid Evolution, Systematics, and Conservation, studying armored harvestmen (Opiliones, Laniatores). This research tests species-level hypotheses in the Bishopella laciniosa species complex, which is widely distributed throughout the heterogeneou
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