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Dr. Bobby R. Eddleman, Resident Director of Research
Charles F. Chilcutt, Assistant Professor
10345 Agnes Street
Corpus Christi, Texas 78406-1412
361/265-9201; FAX 361/265-9434
E-mail: c-chilcutt@tamu.edu
 

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Research Experience Honors and Awards Professional and
Scholastic Societies
Presentations   Guest Lecturer Service
Publications
Education
Ph.D., Entomology, 1996, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii 

M. S., Biological Sciences, emphasis in Zoology and Ecology, 1991, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan 

B. S., Majors in Biology, Anthropology and Sociology, 1986, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan 

Research Experience  

Sep 87- Dec 92,  Dept. of Biology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan,  Taxonomic identification of insects and creation of departmental collection. Supervisor: Dr. David Cowan.

May 90 - Aug 90, Research Assistant, Horticultural Research Center, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Artificial rearing of bumble bees for use as pollinators in agriculture. Supervisor: Dr. David Cowan.
1990,  Dept. of Biology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan,  Producing a taxonomic list for the Atlas of Breeding Birds of Michigan. Supervisor: Dr. Richard Brewer.
1991,  Kalamazoo Nature Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Taxonomic identification of insects and creation of an insect collection for use in teaching grade school children.  Supervisor: Dave Evers.
1991, Kalamazoo Nature Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Mist-netting and banding birds for demographic studies of Michigan birds. Supervisor: Dave Evers.
Jan 92 - Jan 97,  Research Assistant, Dept. of Entomology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HawaiiInsecticide resistance and interactions between parasites and pathogens used in pest control. Supervisor: Dr. Bruce Tabashnik.
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Honors and Awards
Edward M. Ehrhorn Entomological Scholarship, 1993, Dept. of Entomology, University of Hawaii
Student Research Symposium's Best Poster, 1994, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii
Entomological Society of America President's Prize, Honorable Mention, 1994, Sec. Ca & Cc Poster
Student Research Symposium's Best Presentation in the field of Entomology, 1995, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii
Student Research Symposium's Best Oral Presentation by a Ph.D. Student, 1995, College of Tropical Agricultural and Human Resources, University of Hawaii
Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation Scholarship, 1995,  University of Hawaii Entomological Society of America President's Prize, 1995, Sec. Cd (Behavior & Ecology) Poster
Tester Research Symposium for Biologists, Honorable Mention, 1996, Dept. of Zoology, University of Hawaii
Graduate Student Organization Outstanding Graduate Student in Research for Natural Sciences, 1996,  University of Hawaii
Sigma Xi Outstanding Graduate Student in Research, 1996, University of Hawaii
Graduate Student Organization Travel Fund Award, 1996, University of Hawaii
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Professional and Scholastic Societies

American Institute of Biological Sciences

Ecological Society of America

Entomological Society of America

Hawaiian Entomological Society

Ka Mea Kolo, Entomology Club, University of Hawaii, Treasurer, 1993-1996

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Presentations
Invited Papers
Genetic variation in resistance and slope of the concentration-mortality line: any connection? Informal Conference on Statistical Methods in Pesticide Resistance Detection, 1993, National Meeting of the ESA, Indianapolis, IN.
Monitoring insecticide resistance. International Symposium on Agricultural Pest Forecasting and Monitoring, 1995, Quebec City, Quebec.
Contributed Papers
Chemical communication: Do predators hear plant cries for help? 1992, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Student Research Symposium, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Slope of the concentration-mortality line from bioassays: What does it mean? 1993, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Student Research Symposium, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Does Bacillus thuringiensis kill parasitoids or susceptible pests? Poster, 1994, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Student Research Symposium, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Does Bacillus thuringiensis kill parasitoids in resistant hosts? 1994,  Student Poster Competition,  National Meeting of the ESA, Dallas, Texas.
To kill a moth: parasite, pathogen, or both? 1995, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Student Research Symposium, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.
To kill a moth: parasite, pathogen, or both? 1995, Pacific Entomology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
To kill a moth: parasite, pathogen, or both? 1995, University of Hawaii ARCS scholar of the year competition, Honolulu, Hawaii.
When kingdoms collide: parasitoids, pathogens, and diamondback moth. 1995, ESA Pacific Branch Meeting, San Diego, California.
When kingdoms collide: parasitoids, pathogens, and diamondback moth. 1995, Student Poster Competition, National Meeting of the ESA, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Intra-host interactions between an endoparasitoid and Bacillus thuringiensis for larvae of the diamondback moth. 1996, Pacific Entomology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
When kingdoms collide: host-mediated interactions between a pathogen and a parasitoid. 1996, Tester Research Symposium for Biologists, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Host-mediated interactions between Bacillus thuringiensis and the parasitoid Cotesia plutellae. 1996, Student Poster Competition, ESA Pacific Branch Meeting, Bozeman, Montana.
Insecticides, insecticide resistance, and refugia in models of host-parasitoid interactions. 1996, ESA Pacific Branch Meeting, Bozeman, Montana.

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Guest Lecturer
Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis. Biological Control class, University of Hawaii. 1994
Natural enemy behavior. Biological Control class, University of Hawaii. 1994
Behavioral ecology. Insect Ecology class, University of Hawaii. 1995
Service
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Student Evaluations Committee, 1995, University of Hawaii
National Science Foundation Young Scholars Program, Parents Orientation, 1995
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, President's Council,  1995-1996, University of Hawaii
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Student Research Symposium, Planning Committee, 1996, University of Hawaii
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Student Research Symposium, Judge, 1996, University of Hawaii
Ka Mea Kolo lectures on entomology for Hawaii grade school children, 1996, University of Hawaii
Graduate Student Organization Travel Fund Committee, 1996, University of Hawaii
Journal of Economic Entomology, Reviewer

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