Centennial of Entomology at Cornell University.
Psyche 81(2):257, 1974.
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CENTENNIAL OF ENTOMOLOGY. Cornell University has announced a Centennid of Entomology, celebrating John Henry Comstock's graduation and the founding of studies in entomology at the Uni- versity. A symposium on Insects, Science and Society will be held on October 14 and 15, 1974. The speakers at the symposium will be as follows:
Howard E. Evans, Colorado State University: The Comstock Heritage.
John J, McKelvey, Jr., The Rockefeller Foundation : Insects and Human Welfare.
Edward 0. Wilson! Harvard University: Insect and Human Societies.
John S. Kennedy) Imperial College Field Station, Ascot! England : Insect Dispersal.
Richard D. Alexander, University of Michigan: Insect ~~ommuni- cation - Acoustical.
Wendell L. Roelofs, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva: Insect Communication - Chemical. Mano D. Pathak, International Rice Research Institute, Philip- pines: Patterns of Interaction between Plants and Insects. T, R. E. Southwood, Imperial College Field Station, Ascot, Eng- land : The Dynamics of Insect Populations. Powers Messenger, University of California, Berkeley: Parasitoids, Predators and Population Dynamics.
Waldemar Klassen, U.S.D.A.! ARS-Plant Industry Station, Maryland : Pest Management - Organization and Resources. L. Dale Newsom, Louisiana State University: Pest Management - concept to Practice.
Further information can be obtained from the Chairman, Depart- ment of Entomology, Cornell University) Ithaca, New York 14850.
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