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Preparing the Next Generation for IPM Roles in Industry Norman C. Leppla & Philip G. Koehler
IPM Florida provides statewide, interdisciplinary and inter-unit coordination and assistance for UF IFAS integrated pest management to protect agriculture, communities and the environment.
Student “Apprenticeships” Manage IPM Innovation Grants Maintain IPM Florida Website Prepare Publications and Reports Produce Extension Resources Assist in Extension Training Participate in Scientific Organizations Contribute to University Activities
Terms of Employment with IPM Florida 1. Graduate school is a special educational opportunity for students to prepare for professional employment. 2. It is intended to be challenging, stimulating, interesting, rewarding and enjoyable. 3. Faculty members invest considerable time and resources to educate graduate students. 4. Graduate students are expected to defer competing activities. 5. IPM Florida endeavors to optimize educational support and opportunities for its student employees. 6. The IPM Florida faculty is deeply committed to helping students and is usually available for consultation and guidance.
Terms of Employment with IPM Florida 7. Graduate students employed in the IPM Florida program are expected to perform their assigned duties as if they were employed in the non-academic workforce. 8. The faculty and students have work schedules, maintain attendance logs, and prepare written monthly reports of work accomplishments, priorities and activities. 9. Personal activities are acceptable in the work environment but must not be disruptive and do not constitute work time. 10. Graduate students are provided with project options, appropriate office space, computer support, and other benefits of a typical professional work environment.
IPM Florida Graduates Javier Garces- IPM Specialist Skinner Nurseries Stephanie Bledsoe- Plant Doctor, West Palm Beach Dan Sonke- Technical and Scientific Coordinator Protected Harvest Esther Serrano- Plant Pathologist, USDA, APHIS
UF, CALS, Entomology and Nematology Department Urban Pest Management* Plant Protection* Pre-professional Studies Biology Education Basic Sciences Ecotourism
Certificate in Urban Pest Management (15 credits from this list of courses) Principles of Entomology/Graduate Survey of Entomology (2) General Entomology Laboratory (1) Insect Classification (3) Insect Pest and Vector Management (3) Principles of Urban Pest Management (2) Urban Pest Management Laboratory (1) or – Urban Pests: Structural (2) – Urban Pests: Structural Laboratory (1) Biology and Identification of Urban Pests (2) Biology and Identification of Urban Pest Laboratory (1) or – Urban Pests: Bite/Sting (2) – Urban Pests: Bite/Sting Laboratory (1) Medical and Veterinary Entomology (3) Medical and Veterinary Entomology Laboratory (1) Urban Vertebrate Pest Management (2)
Certificate in Landscape Pest Management (15 credits from this list of courses) Principles of Entomology/Graduate Survey (2) General Entomology Laboratory (1) Insect Pest and Vector Management (3) Fundamentals of Pest Management (3) Fundamentals of Plant Pathology (3/4) Landscape IPM: Ornamentals and Turf (3) Tree and Shrub Insects (3) Principles of Nematology (3)
Urban Pest Management (Urban IPM)- Phil Koehler
Urban IPM Florida Pest Control Industry $1. 6 billion in gross revenue= 1. 545 3, 415 pest control companies billion for all citrus 5, 500 certified applicators 32, 000 pesticide applicators
Urban Pest Management Graduate Student Requirements Successful graduate students must spend time working and doing research in the laboratory. – – Standard working hours for the lab are 8: 00 AM to 5: 00 PM Monday through Friday. All graduate students have keys so the lab is essentially open 24 hours per day additional work or study time. All students are expected to be in the lab and available during standard work hours – – – Exceptions would be to attend class Post a class schedule at your desk so it is clear when you will not be in the lab during standard work hours If it is necessary for you to be somewhere other than the lab during standard work hours, place a note on your desk to inform us where you are. There are 3 types of time spent in the lab – Working as a research assistant – 1/3 time (13. 3 hours per week) on any assigned project. Setting up and taking down experiments Preparing reports for companies and granting agencies Preparing and giving talks about pests Work on posters and booklets Helping people with pest problems – Working on thesis research – The other 26. 6 hours per week minus class time Research proposal Setting up and taking down experiments Organizing and analyzing data Writing publications for scientific journals – Studying for classes – That time is on your own hours Students are required to be in the laboratory from 8 AM to 5 PM and longer. That is the rule for this laboratory! Students failing to abide by laboratory rules will not be on assistantship next semester. I have read this sheet and understand what is expected. ___________________ Name _______ Date
Urban IPM Curriculum Entomology Courses – – – – Princ. of Entomology Insect Classification Fund. of Pest Manag. Biol. & Id. of Urban Pests Princ. of Urban Pest Manag. Urban Pesticide Application Medical & Vet Entomology Principles of Nematology Allied Courses – – – – – Food Microbiology Fund. of Plant Pathology Envir. Plant Ident. & Use Turfgrass Culture Weed Science Landscape and Turfgrass Management Food Safety and Sanitation Construction Materials Construction Techniques. BSuperstructures Business Courses – – Princ. of Agribusiness Mgmt Human Resources Mgmt in Ag Business Agricultural Law Principles of Marketing
Urban IPM Student Activities Construct insect teaching collections for the pest management industry Present student research Take pictures and author posters and booklets Exhibit UF/IFAS programs at industry trade shows Distribute UF/IFAS publications and software
Location of Former Urban Entomology Ph. D. Students Dr. Karen Vail Univ. Tenn. Dr. Dina Richman FMC Dr. Clay Scherer Dupont Dr. Richard Kramer American Pest Management Dr. Dini Miller Virginia Tech. Dr. John Klotz UC-Riverside Dr. Dan Suiter Univ. Georgia Dr. Hussein Sanchez-Arroyo Post-Graduate University--Mexico Dr. Nancy Hinkle Univ. Georgia Dr. Deanna Branscome Dr. Bill Kern Dr. Faith Oi Syngenta Univ. Fla. Univ. FL Dr. Bettina Moser Dr. Matt Aubuchon Dr. Steve Valles Germany USDA
Former Urban Entomology Students – – – – – – Gahlhoff, Jeryl Aparicio, Marcie Cooksey, John S. Strong, Charles A. Al-Kattan, Naji Morehouse, Jon Grush, Wayne Mc. Coy, Tim Horton, Russ Mc. Manamy, Kim Powell, Tommy Welch, Ryan Mc. Manamy, Shane Melius, David Barrs, Bill Knox, Marie Baric, MIke Saunders, Justin Simkins, Jonovich, Joe Martyniak, Richard M. S. M. Ag. M. S. B. S. , B. S. M. S. President, Home. Team Sales Rep. , Dow Agro. Sciences V. P. , Mc. Calls’ Services USDA technician Pest Control, Aramco Tech. Serv. , Orkin Tech. Dir. , Mc. Calls Services Technician, VA Tech. Nat. Tech. Dir. , Home. Team Reg. Tech. Serv. , Home. Team Reg. Direct. , Home. Team Supervisor, Mc. Calls Services Branch Manager, Truly Nolen USDA technician Manager, Univar Sales, Univar Supervisor, Impact Pest Control Owner, Saunders Pest Control Owner, Insect IQ Owner, Enviro. Care Services Owner, Stinging Insect Services
University of Florida Plant Medicine Program Teaching IPM To Future Plant Doctors Bob Mc. Govern
Mission “… Plant Doctors give hope for approaching attainable yield and feeding a hungry world… The plant health movement has the potential to effect the greatest change in world agriculture since the Green Revolution, and the D. P. M. to become plant agriculture’s most important single degree program. ” 1999 - Doctor of Plant Medicine (D. P. M. ) degree to train practitioners, Plant Doctors, in all aspects of the prevention, diagnosis and management of plant health problems
Impacts of Plant Medicine Program on Agricultural Science Changes the educational paradigm through integration Forestry Agronomy Pathology Entomology Plant Medicine Horticulture Soil Science
Future Plant Doctors B. S. in agriculture or related science, 1/3 M. S. | ≥ 3. 0 (“B”) grade point average | ≥ 1000 GRE (combined verbal + quantitative) |≥ 550 (paper test) or 213 (computer) TOEFL |
Plant Medicine Program A unique, multidisciplinary 3 to 4 -year course of study in plant and soil science, entomology, nematology and plant pathology. Research and dissertation not required. D. P. M. degree requires 120 credit hours of coursework and internships
CORE COURSES Department Plant/Weed Science Soil Science Entomology Nematology Plant Pathology Other (Agric. Law, Integrated Plant Medicine, etc. ) Total Credits 16 3 19 -20 3 21 8 70 -71 90 Credits Required
Internships 90 credits of coursework + 30 internship credits in all relevant disciplines
Student Advisement and Exams v Students guided by a three member Supervisory Committee (Plant/Soil Scientist, Entomologist/ Nematologist, Plant Pathologist). v Standardized written exam consisting of three sections (Entomology/Nematology, Plant Pathology, Plant/Soil Science). Each exam is 8 hrs and passing is 80%. v Oral exam administered by a student’s supervisory committee.
Careers for Plant Doctors Consulting Research Diagnostics Teaching Extension Regulatory
Preparing the Next Generation for IPM Roles in Industry IPM Florida Program Entomology and Nematology Department – IPM specialization – Urban Entomology specialization (IPM) Doctor of Plant Medicine Program Urban Entomology