Dr. Jia-Wei Tay
Location: Gilmore 402
Office hour: By appointment
PEPS/TRMD 463 – Medical and Urban Entomology (Fall 2021)
PEPS 463 (CRN 88203)/ TRMD 463 (CRN 88133). 3 credits. Hybrid format. Friday 10.30 – 1.20 (in-person class at Gilmore 306 on the first four Fridays then online synchronous and asynchronous for the rest of the semester)
Introduction to the biology and ecology of urban and medically important insect pests, the roles of arthropods as vectors of diseases, their impacts on human populations, clinical signs and symptoms of the diseases, and pest management / prevention approaches in order to improve human and environmental health and quality of life. All majors welcomed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get consent to register.
PEPS 491 – Special Topics
Introduction to the biology, ecology, and management of urban and medically important insect pests.
PEPS 421 – Foundations of Pest Management
Theory of integrated pest management, basic knowledge of pests of major cropping systems and urban environments. Co-teach with Dr. Mark Wright, Dr. Zhiqiang Cheng, and Dr. Ikkei Shikano.
PEPS 690 – Graduate Seminar in Entomology
Seminars on research and topics in entomology.
Prerequisites: graduate standing or consent.
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