Zalucki has made significant contributions to the promotion and advancement of entomology in Australia, and internationally, through research collaboration with students and colleagues from Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, China, North Korea, Fiji, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Spain, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Gambia, Tonga, Uganda, the USA, and Vietnam. He has served as vice president and president of the Australian Entomological Society, and chaired several conference organizing committees, including the widely acclaimed XXII International Congress of Entomology (ICE) in Brisbane. He is active on a number of editorial boards, including the Annual Review of Entomology, the Journal of Economic Entomology, Insect Science, the International Journal of Pest Management, and, until recently, the Journal of Pest Science. He is on the ICE council and was the inaugural International Branch Representative on the ESA Governing Board.
These endeavors would not be possible without the support of Jacinta, the lady that has put up with him since 1979, and four great offspring: Yaramah, Nadia, Katrusha, and Oressia. These folk, and a passion for cooking, have kept his feet on the ground.
DR. KUN YAN ZHU, a professor of entomology at Kansas State U
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