MBCN Welcomes Guest Editor for Gypsy Moth Issue

This issue of MBCN is focused primarily on gypsy moth because of its increasing importance in the Midwest. We are pleased to have Amy Chenot, a graduate student in the Department of Entomology at the University of Wisconsin, as our guest editor this month. Amy works in the laboratory of Dr. Ken Raffa on the relationship between Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) and parasitoids of the gypsy moth, but is also interested in journalism. She has been responsible for writing the feature article, getting collaborators to provide other articles, and doing layout for this issue. She hopes to be involved with educational outreach or public relations after completing her Master's degree in entomology.


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