The UW-Madison Entomology Department is committed to the UW System’s goal to provide Wisconsin’s citizens with opportunities to benefit from and contribute to the state’s growing “knowledge economy” through the land-grant university three-fold mission of teaching, research and public service.
In the spirit of The Wisconsin Idea, Entomology Department faculty and students fulfill the public service mission through entomology outreach engagement. Entomology Department interactions with the surrounding and statewide community encompass a wide range of insect and human affairs from human medical issues such as West Nile Virus and Lyme disease, to forest products and natural resources entomology, integrated pest management programs for agriculture, turf and ornamental and household settings, K-12 primary and secondary school education, and more.
Entomology Outreach Resources:
- Insect Ambassadors
- Bus Stop Bugs
- Wisconsin Mosquito Management
- Ticks of Wisconsin
- Midwest Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Diseases
- Wisconsin Pollinators
- Bumble Bees of Wisconsin
- Wisconsin Spring Bee Guide
- Insects as Food