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Entomology MS+BS program graduate Darin McGuire publishes first paper

A novel distribution of supergene genotypes is present in the socially polymorphic ant Formica neoclara 

                                                       ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN MOSQUITO Biology RECRUITMENT               Junior Entomologist Summer Camp 2022

Darin McGuire, one of the first students to graduate from the Entomology department's BS+MS program, has published his first paper. The paper is titled: A novel distribution of supergene genotypes is present in the socially polymorphic ant Formica neoclara. 

The Department of Entomology has a new degree program that allows students to obtain both a BS and MS degrees through an integrated 5-year plan of study. This program prepares students for careers that require knowledge of entomology and for pursuing subsequent medical or doctoral degrees. Qualified students can earn the MS degree 3 quarters after the receipt of the BS degree.  Learn more about the BS+MS program in Entomology here.

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