Videos and Podcasts



  • MSU's Karim Maredia is dedicated to improving agriculture and food security in places like Africa, Asia and Latin America.

  • MSU Entomology alumni discuss climate impacts on cherries and hops with ABC’s Good Morning America.

  • Wondering which plants are most attractive to beneficial insects? Join Kim Eierman as she talks with MSU's Doug Landis.

  • How can we help bees and ensure that farmers continue to get consistent, reliable pollination?

  • Farmer veterans learn soil health from experts at MSU Extension, MSU Entomology, NRCS and others.

  • Michigan State University partners with collaborators to begin rebuilding food security in Central Asia.

  • Undergrad tells how entomology changed her life in speech at College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Commencement.

  • CANR Dean Fred Poston on his path to being an entomologist, university vice president and more in the 2015 Gary Simmons Lecture.

  • David Mota-Sanchez is focusing on developing milkweeds and other butterfly-friendly plants to provide refuge for monarchs.

  • Ke Dong and colleagues are working to combat resistant mosquitoes.

  • PhD grad Megan Fritz describes her research on malaria mosquitoes and why people choose to study entomology.

  • More bees are needed to pollinate crops. See what Rufus Isaacs and a team of scientists are doing to bolster the bee population.

  • Dave Smitley explains simple steps to avoid grub damage in lawns as part of Smart Gardening.