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Entomological Society of America recognizes 2007 fellows and honorary members
Date:10/4/2007

iety in 2004, and has received the C. V. Riley Achievement Award (1997) and the Award of Merit (2006) from ESAs North Central Branch.

Dr. Frantisek Sehnal is with the Entomological Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and in 2007 was named Director of the Biology Center of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He has mentored 17 Ph.D. students, published 20 patents and more than 250 papers, is currently on the editorial boards of seven journals, plays important roles in international scientific life, and is currently serving as the Chair of the Council for the next International Congress of Entomology in Durban, South Africa.

Dr. Nan-Yao Su joined the University of Florida in 1984, and has been a professor of entomology since 1994. He has authored and coauthored over 160 peer-reviewed articles on termite biology and control, and his research results on the population ecology of subterranean termites and slow-acting toxicants led to the development of the Sentricon System, a monitoring-baiting system for population control of these cryptic pests.

Dr. Bruce Tabashnik has served as Head of the Department of Entomology at the University of Arizona since 1996, and he is is one of the leaders of a collaborative team in Arizona that addresses molecular, genetic, ecological, and practical aspects of resistance. His awards include the J.E. Bussart Memorial Award (1992) from the ESA. The Science Citation Index lists more than 5,000 citations of his 235 publications.

Dr. Kenneth V. Yeargan has been on the entomology faculty at the University of Kentucky since 1974, and currently serves as Director of Graduate Studies for his department. He has published more than 115 refereed journal articles and several book chapters. He has received several awards for mentoring graduate students and teaching, including ESAs Distinguished Achievement in Teaching Award. Overall.


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