Entomology 351 (3 credit hours), Principles of Economic Entomology, University of Wisconsin Madison. Spring Semester, 2017.
- Teaching Role: Coordinates the course, provides a lecture series on the Principles of Economic Entomology and lectures on the biology and management of important turfgrass and ornamental insect pests..
Note: all courses below were taught at UW-Madison unless otherwise indicated.
|Horticulture 461||3||Advanced Turfgrass Management and Physiology
Teaching Role: Regularly presented 50-minute lectures on the biology and management of important turfgrass insect pests. Designed, organized, and coordinated lectures and guest speakers, exams, and course projects.
|Horticulture 261||2||Turfgrass Management
Teaching Role: Presented two 50-minute lectures on the biology and management of important turfgrass insect pests.
|Entomology 351||3||Principles of Economic Entomology
Teaching Role: Presented seven 50-minute lectures each year on the biology and management of important turfgrass, ornamental, and greenhouse insect pests.
|Entomology 905||1||Applied Entomology Graduate Student Seminar
Teaching Role: Designed, coordinated, and participated as a faculty evaluator for graduate student oral presentations and written abstracts as well as providing topic areas.
|Horticulture/Soils 375||3||Lawns, Society, and the Environment
Teaching Role: Guest lecturer. Designed and presented one 50-minute lecture: “What’s chewing the leaves?”.
|Horticulture 375||3|| Holistic Turfgrass Pest Management
Teaching Role: Co-conceived, co-designed, and co-taught an introductory undergraduate course that focused on pest biology, ecology, and management.
|Horticulture 251||3||Horticulture and the Environment
Teaching Role: Guest lecturer. Designed and presented two 50-minute lectures on above- and below- ground insect pests.
|Soils 357||3||Horticulture and the Environment
Teaching Role: Guest lecturer. Designed and presented one 50-minute lecture on the role and importance of irrigation for turfgrass insect management.
Penn State University
|2||Management of Cool- and Warm-Season Insect Pests of Turfgrass
Teaching Role: Invited guest lecturer: Innovative management of black cutworm, ants, and earthworms on golf course turf.
Penn State University, World Campus
|2||Introduction to Entomology in Turfgrass Integrated Pest Management
Teaching Role: Designed and present one 50-minute lecture on alternative, non-pesticide management of black cutworm in golf course turf.
|Fall and Spring 1998-2006|