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Graduate Students

Interested in pursuing an advanced degree in Entomology in the Tree Fruit Entomology Program? To begin the conversation, send an email explaining how your prior experience and future interests would be a good fit. Information about the graduate program in Entomology at MSU can be found here.

Undergraduate Students

Each Spring we hire undergraduate students and recent graduates as Research Assistants to work up to 40 hours/week in the summer months in the lab and on fruit farms and research stations across Michigan. We expect applicants to be reliable, love being outdoors, willing to work in a team, and have an interest in learning more about insects. Research Assistants gain both laboratory and field experience while assisting in the set up and maintenance of field experiments, collecting and sorting samples, entering data, and rearing insects in lab colonies. To inquire about open positions, contact Dr. Juan Huang. Announcements are typically posted on MSU Handshake at the beginning of the Spring Semester.

Postdoctoral Positions

No postdoctoral positions are currently available.


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Department of Entomology

http://www.ent.msu.edu
288 Farm Lane
243 Natural Science Building
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI 48824
Phone 517-355-4663
Fax 517-432-7061

Dr. Julianna K. Wilson

Tree Fruit Entomology Lab
Department of Entomology
Michigan State University
578 Wilson Rd, Room 106
Center for Integrated Plant Systems
East Lansing MI 48824