VITAEName:May Roberta BerenbaumDate of birth:July 22, 1953Place of birth:Trenton, New JerseyMarital status: Married, Richard J. Leskosky; Daughter, Hannah A. LeskoskyPositions -presentEducationB.S.Ph.D.Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, University of Illinois atUrbana-ChampaignAssociate Professor, Department of Entomology, UIUCProfessor, Department of Entomology; joint appointment Department of Plant Biology; Affiliate, Programin Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology; Affiliate, Environmental Toxicology Training Program;Affiliate, Illinois Natural History SurveyHead, Department of Entomology, UIUCSwanlund Endowed Chair, Department of Entomology, UIUCYale University 1975 (summa cum laude, honors in biology)Cornell University 1980 (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)Awards and Honors1979Sigma Delta Epsilon Graduate Women in Science Award for Excellence (shared first prize)1980Sigma Xi Cornell University Competition for Popular Science Writing (first prize)1981Induction into Sigma Xi1981S, 1982S, List of Excellent Teachers (S Spring, F Fall semesters) UIUC, 1984S, 1984F,1985S, 1986S,1986F,1989S,1989F, 1990S,1990F, 1991S, 1992S, 1992F,1993S, 1994F, 1995S, 1996S, 1997S, 1999S, 2000S,2000F2001S, 2003S2004F (2 courses)2006F, 2007S2008F (2 courses),2010S, 2010F, 2011S (2 courses),2012F, F2013, 2014F, S2016, 2016F, 2016S, 2017S (IB526), 2018S (IB435), 2019S,1984-1989Presidential Young Investigators’ Award - (National Science Foundation) ( 125,000 base award)1985Outstanding Short Program Award, Radio Station WEFT-FM 90.1, for "Those Amazing Insects" radioseries1985-1988University Scholars, UIUC ( 15,000 unrestricted award)1987Beckman Associate, Center for Advanced Study, UIUC; John S. Guggenheim Fellowship ( 9,000)1988George Mercer Award, Ecological Society of America (outstanding paper by a young ecologist)1991Elected Fellow by American Association for the Advancement of Science1993-1998Named Jubilee Professor, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, UIUC1994Elected Member, National Academy of Sciences; Founder's Memorial Award, Entomological Association ofAmerica1996Elected Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow, American Philosophical Society; NamedSwanlund Professor, UIUC; UIUC Mothers Association Medallion of Honorl Elected Member, Center forAdvanced Study, UIUC; Distinguished Teaching Award, North Central Branch, Entomological Society ofAmerica;1997Science Book of the Year--"Bugs in the System", Bild der Wissenschaft1999E. O. Wilson Naturalist Award, American Society of Naturalists2000Silverstein-Simeone Award, International Society for Chemical Ecology; University of Illinois Chancellor’sAward for Distinguished Public Servicel Election to Phi Beta Kappa (honorary)2001National Associate, National Academies and National Research Council2002Fellow, Entomological Society of America2004Weizmann Institute Women and Science Award2005Robert H. MacArthur Award, Ecological Society of America2006Entomological Society of America Distinguished Teaching Award2008Royal Entomological Society “Best Paper 2006-2007” award for Claudianos et al (Insect MolecularBiology 15, 615-636)2009Pollinator Advocate, North American Pollinator Protection Campaign1

19American Association for the Advancement of Science Award for Public Understanding of Science andTechnologyDistinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, UIUCTyler Prize for Environmental AchievementHonorary Fellow, Royal Entomological SocietyE.O.Wilson Biodiversity Technology Pioneer Award, American Computer Museum, Bozeman, MTFellow, Ecological Society of AmericaEntomological Foundation Medal of Honor2012 National Medal of ScienceJohn P. McGovern Science and Society Award, Sigma XiAddison Emery Verrill Medal, Peabody Museum, Yale University.National Association of Biology Teachers Distinguished Service AwardHonorary member, British Ecological SocietyEditor-in-Chief, Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesGrant SupportExternal1983-1986"Variation in furanocoumarin chemistry and resistance to insects in Pastinaca sativa (Umbelliferae),"National Science Foundation ( 110,000).1983-1985"Insecticidal and synergistic properties of secondary compounds in Pastinaca sativa, U.S.D.A. CompetitiveGrants Program ( 38,900).1984-1989Presidential Young Investigator's, National Science Foundation, Award ( 125,000 plus 87,000 matchingfunds).1984-1985"Natural products as synergists of synthetic organic insecticides," Exxon Education Foundation ( 10,000,with 10,000 matching funds from N.S.F.).1986-1988"Parsnip webworms as selective agents on furanocoumarin chemistry in wild parsnips," National ScienceFoundation (with A. Zangerl) ( 111,025).1987-1989"Phototoxic plant defensive compounds and their modes of action," USDA Competitive Grants Program(with R. Larson and R. Tuveson) ( 100,000).1988-1991"Furanocoumarins as selective agents on parsnip webworm physiology and behavior," National ScienceFoundation Ecology Program (with A. Zangerl) ( 210,000).1989-1992"Effects of ozone loss on Citrus and its associated herbivores and pathogens" USDA Competitive GrantsProgram (with R. Larson and R. Tuveson) ( 200,000).1990-1993"Characterization and cloning of cytochrome P-450 monooxygenase genes involved in adaptation ofspecialist insects to their host plants" Biotechnology Research and Development Corp. (with M. Schuler)( 392,400).1991Research Experience for Undergraduates. National Science Foundation (supplement) ( 10,000).1992-1995"Cost of resistance in parsnip webworms and wild parsnips." National Science Foundation (w/ A. Zangerl)( 287,440).1992Research Experience for Undergraduates. Natural Science Foundation (supplement) ( 5,000).1993-1996"Regulation of xanthotoxin-metabolic cytochrome P450 genes in Papilio species" USDA (with M. Schuler)( 200,000).1994Research Experience for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation (Supplement) “Effects of herbivoryon parsnip/pollinator interactions" ( 4,145).1995-1996"Parsnip webworms as selective agents on primary metabolites of wild parsnips," (with A. Zangerl),National Science Foundation ( 97,240).1995-1996"Antioxidant content of soybean honey" (with Gene Robinson and Laurien Unnevehr), State of IllinoisValue-Added Research Program ( 30,000).1996-1999"Transcriptional regulatory cascades mediating induction of insect CYP6B genes" (M. Schuler PI) USDAEntomology ( 180,000).1996-1999"Parsnip webworms as selective agents on primary metabolites of wild parsnip" (with A. Zangerl), NationalScience Foundation Ecology ( 260,000).1996-1999"Functional significance of variation in CYP6B4 in Papilio glaucus" (w/ M. Schuler) National ScienceFoundation Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology ( 160,000).1996-1997"Honey and enzymatic browning of fruits and vegetables," (w/ G. Robinson and N. Engeseth) ( 18,000).1998-2000"Functional genomics," Keck Foundation, (one of 12 co-PIs: H. Lewin, PI) ( 1,250,000).2

-20142011"Chemical phenotype matching in wild parsnips and parsnip webworms: causes and consequences" NationalScience Foundation Ecology Program (w/A. Zangerl) ( 305,340)."Substrate specificity and inducibility of CYP6B8 from Helicoverpa zea" USDA NRICGP EntomologyProgram, (w/ M. A. Schuler) ( 145,715).Proposal for Innovation Funds, CRGAM/PAS, Chemical Ecology Workshop: Current Status andFuture Needs. NPL sponsors: Mary Purcell-Miramontes, Steve Yaninek, Mike O'Neill, andEdward Kaleikau ( 10,000)."Isolation and characterization of natural antioxidants from honeys of different floral sources," (N.Engeseth PI; M. Berenbaum co-PI), National Honey Board ( 69,340).Sloan Foundation, Chemical Ecology Workshop ( 3,000).USDA NRI Entomology, Molecular definition of P450s mediating multiple resistances in Helicoverpa zea(M. A. Schuler PI, MRB co-PI) ( 250,000).National Science Foundation Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology, “Evolution of CYP6B genesassociated with furanocoumarin metabolism in the Papilio glaucus group” ( 250,000).National Science Foundation Ecology Program, “Phenotype matching and trophic complexity in the wildparsnip-parsnip webworm interaction,” (w/ A. Zangerl) ( 300,000).National Science Foundation, Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology, “Herbivory and photosynthesisunder eloevated atmospheric CO2,” (E. DeLucia PI; one of 4 co-P.I.s) ( 585,000).USDA-NRI, Entomology Program, Effects of CO2 and ozone on herbivory in soybeans (E. DeLucia of 4 co-P.I.s) ( 200,000).National Science Foundation, Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology, “Tritrophic effects offuranocoumarins on the parasitoid Copidosoma sosares,” NSF EEP (P. Ode PI, M. Berenbaum co-PI),( 330,000) (MRB share 104,140).U.S. Department of Education, European Community-United States Cooperative Program,“SUSPROT: Sustainable Crop Protection in Agriculture”Partners: Pennsylvania State University, University of California at Davis, CA; University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL; Gembloux Agricultural University, BE; UniversitätHohenheim, DE; Wageningen University and Research Center, NL; Institut NationalAgronomique Paris-Grignon, FR (Gary Felton, Pennsylvania State University, PI) ( 204,000).US Department of Energy, Genomic Regulation of Ecosystem Responses to Elements of Global Change(PI’s alphabetically: Berenbaum, Bohnert, DeLucia, Fitzhugh, Long, Ort). 2,984,356California State Beekeepers’ Association "Novel approaches to managing fluvalinate resistance in Varroadestructor through specific inhibitors of insecticide-metabolizing enzymes,” 10,900NSF IBN—SGER: Role of cytochrome P450 in chemosensory mediation of oviposition in Papiliopolyxenes,” 97,418NSF DEB OPUS: From the Tangled Bank to Genbank: Multi-scale Approaches to Insect-plantInteractions, 108,000NSF DEB—SGER: A unique opportunity to document chemical coevolution following reassociationbetween introduced weeds and a specialist moth, 17838USDA Critical Research Initiative, Colony Collapse Disorder (S. Ratcliffe PI, w/ Gene Robinson), 60,0002007-2010, Environmental Impact and Sustainability of Feedstock Production Energy Biosciences Institute,E. DeLucia PI ( 300,900 to MB, one of 4 co-PIs)USDA NRI: Toxicogenomics of Apis mellifera (w/ M.A. Schuler), 340,000NSF DEB: Consequences of selection by a specialized florivore on chemical defense and attraction inPastinaca sativa (with A. Zangerl), 348,071Energy Biosciences Institute (PI E. DeLucia, Berenbaum portion 100,300 annually)Almond Board of California, Identifying cytochrome P450 detoxification enzymes in navel orangewormresponsible for insecticide and hostplant chemicals, 12,000USDA AFRI: Regulation of detoxification of natural and synthetic toxins in Apis mellifera (with M.A.Schuler), 451,014California Pistachio Research Board, “Identifying enzymes in navel orangeworm (NOW) responsible fordetoxifying insecticides and hostplant chemicals,” 20,000Genomics of navel orangeworm Amyelois transitella. California Almond Board, 41,000 (with HughRobertson and Joel Siegel)Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement ( 200,000)3

California Pistachio Research Board, “Determining the route of detoxification of insecticides used tocontrol navel orangeworms in tree nuts,” 35,000Pistachio Board of California, “Identifying enzymes in navel orangeworm (NOW) responsible fordetoxifying insecticides and hostplant chemicals,” 35,000Almond Board of California, “Detoxification of insecticide combinations by navel orangeworms resistant topyrethroid insecticides,” 35,000Pistachio Board of California, “Determining the route of detoxification of insecticides used to control navelorangeworm in tree nuts,” 35,000USDA AFRI Conference Grant: 30th meeting of the International Society of Chemical Ecology July 2014, 12,000California Pistachio Board, Detoxification of insecticides individually and in combinations in navelorangeworm populations resistant to pyrethroid insecticides, 45,000Almond Board of California, Detoxification of insecticides individually and in combinations in navelorangeworm populations resistant to pyrethroid insecticides 30,000National Science Foundation DEB, “Genetic parallelism and allele reuse in herbivore-plant chemicalphenotype matching,” 699,999 (with M.A. Schuler)National Honey Board “Use of honey phytochemicals as honey bee “nutraceuticals” to boost pesticidedetoxification” ( 60,000)California Pistachio Board, Developmental and environmental impacts on pesticide detoxification in navelorangeworm (Amyelois transitella), 35,000Almond Board of California, Effects of fungicides on honey bee metabolism of dietary phytochemicals, 60,000USDA-AFRI, “Impact of honey phytochemicals on honey bee health, 474,000California Pistachio Board, Monitoring and overcoming pesticide resistance in navel orangeworm(Amyelois transitella, 40,000North American Pollinator Protection Campaign Honey Bee Health Improvement Grant, Sublethal effect oftank-mix pesticides in combination with honey phytochemicals on queen cell nursing behavior and queenquality, 10,000Almond Board of California, Mitigating impact of almond pesticide applications with phytochemicals ofalmond honey on honey bees, 71,686Almond Board of California, Effects of altered lipid metabolism associated with pyrethroid resistance onresponses to diacylhydrazine and diamide pesticides and other forms of management of navel orangewormAmyelois transitella, 45,115California Pistachio Research Board, Chemical and physical characteristics of pistachio hull split associatedwith infestation by navel orangeworm (Amyelois transitella), 35,000"Relationship between plant chemistry and insect herbivory in the Umbelliferae,” UIUC Research Board( 10,000)."Adaptation to tannins by swallowtail butterflies," UIUC Biomedical Research Council ( 3,000)."Conium maculatum alkaloids: potential barriers to insect herbivory," UIUC Research Board ( 1,077)."Photoreactions of furanocoumarins with cell membrane lipids," UIUC Research Board (with R. Larson,Inst. Env. Studies) ( 5,000)."Phototoxicity and detoxification of furanoquinoline alkaloids in the swallowtails (Lepidoptera:Papilionidae)," UIUC Research Board ( 8,000)."Chemical ecology of tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima) and the ailanthus webworm (Atteva punctella)(with D.S. Seigler, Dept. Plant Biology), UIUC Research Board ( 3,532).Equipment award to supplement USDA project "Effects of ozone depletion on Citrus and its associatedherbivores and pathogens "(with R. Tuveson and R. Larson) UIUC Research Board ( 4,000)."Cytochrome P450s in plant/insect interactions" (with M. Schuler), UIUC Research Board ( 10,000)."Modelling plant/herbivore interactions" (S. Portnoy, PI), UIUC Research Board ( 25,000)."Phylogenomics: a new initiative to explore the fundamentals of life," UIUC Critical Research Initiative,(one of 12 co-PIs: Harris Lewin, PI) ( 200,000)."Olfactory receptors of insects," UIUC Critical Research Initiative, (one of 7 co-PIs: H. Robertson, PI)( 200,000).4

1999-20012001-200220012006200920102010"Functional consequences of herbivory for plant production," UIUC Critical Research Initiative, (one of 5co-PIs; E. Delucia, PI) ( 169,156).Invasive insects in the Midwest, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / Illinois StateScientific Surveys Workshop to Develop Joint Research Projects Application for Funds; (R.Wiedenmann, co-PI) ( 4,000).Evolution and function of CYP6B genes within the Papilio glaucus group,UIUC Research Board,(M. Schuler co-PI) ( 15,138).“Cytochrome P450s in Apis mellifera (honey bee), UIUC Research Board, 5000Beespotter in the Classroom and Community, UIUC Community Informatics Initiative, 6000UIUC Public Engagement—Pollinatarium Online ( 20,000); Infrastructure ( 10,000)UIUC Community Informatics: Beespotter ( 10,000)Scholarships and Fellowships1971-75National Merit Scholarship, Yale University1973National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Participation Grant, Summer, Duke University1975-78National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, Cornell University1980Summer Fellowship, Cornell UniversityInvited Symposia1980Discussant, Gordon Research Conference, "Plant-herbivore interactions," Santa Barbara, CA.1981Symposium, "Plant-Animal Interactions: Herbivory and dispersal," AIBS meeting, Bloomington IN.1983Speaker, Gordon Research Conference, "Plant-Herbivore Interactions," Ventura, CA; Speaker, Sixth AnnualWorkshop--Biological Systems Simulation Group, UIUC; Speaker, Midwest Population BiologyConference, UIUC, IL.1984Symposium, "The biochemical interactions of plants with other organisms,” Phytochemical Society ofAmerica, Boston, MA; Symposium "Indirect effects of plant allelochemicals on insect1984herbivores," XVII International Congress of Entomology, Hamburg, Germany; Symposium, "Insect-plantinteraction: mechanisms promoting evolutionary stability," Eastern Branch Meeting, Entomological Societyof America, Hershey, PA.1985Symposium, "Reductionism and holism in biology," University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Symposium“Chemical mediation of coevolution," AIBS, Gainesville, FL; Symposium, "Allelochemicals: role inagriculture forestry and ecology," American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL.1986Symposium, "Light Activated Pesticides," American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA; Speaker, CaliforniaDept. of Food and Agriculture Entomology Conference, Sacramento, CA; Symposium, "Plant stress-insectinteractions," Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV.1987Symposium, "Phytochemical aspects of coevolution between plants and animals,” International BotanicalCongress, Berlin, Fed. Rep. Germany; Symposium, "Public Attitudes Toward Insects"; Symposium,"Quantitative genetic of plant-insect interactions"; Symposium honoring R.L. Metcalf, EntomologicalSociety of America, Boston, MA.1988Symposium, "Pesticides of plant origin," Third Chemical Congress of North America, Toronto, Ontario,Canada; Symposium, "Genetics, evolution and coordination of insect life cycles," and , "Phytochemicalcontributions to insect-plant relations"; XVIII International Congress of Entomology, Vancouver, BC,Canada; Symposium, Midwest Population Biology Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI1989Symposium, North Central Branch Entomological Society of America, Indianapolis, IN; Symposium"Molecular insect science," Center for Insect Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (paper deliveredby Judith Willis); 7th International Insect-plants symposium, Budapest, Hungary; International Society ofChemical Ecology, Gothenburg, Sweden; Symposium "Mechanisms of insect detoxication," EcologicalSociety of America, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (paper delivered by A. Zangerl); Symposium, ChemicalAspects of Plant-microorganism, Plant- Insect and Plant-Plant Interactions," International ChemicalCongress of Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu, HI; Symposium, "Biochemical strategies of offense anddefense of the plant-insect interface," Entomological Society of America, San Antonio, TX.1990Symposium, "Naturally occurring photosensitizers: their role in nature and in human life," Am. Soc.Photobiology, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (paper delivered by R. Larson); Symposium "Life historyevolution: theories and tests," and Symposium, Biology of Papilionidae, INTECOL Meetings, Yokohama,Japan (papers delivered by H. Dingle and R. Lederhouse); Conference, "The Future of Research Libraries,"American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Chicago, IL.1991Plenary speaker, Midwest Population Biology Conference, DeKalb, IL, Oct. 25; Symposium "The insectgut," Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV; speaker, Plenary Session, E.S.A., Reno, NV.5

042005Plenary speaker Gordon Research Conference, "Plant-Herbivore Interactions," Oxnard, CA; MidwestCytochrome P450 Symposium, "Genes to Heme," Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN; Formal teachingsymposium, Entomological Society of America, Baltimore, MD.Symposium, "Environmental chemistry and chemical ecology," Institute for Environmental Studies, UIUC;Symposia, “Host-parasite evolution" and "Oxidative stress and antioxidant mechanisms," EntomologicalSociety of America, Indianapolis, IN.Symposium, "Chemical Ecology," National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC; Symposium,"Chemical Sourcing in the Tropics," Symposium, "Entomology in the Land Grant University System,”Entomological Society of America, Dallas, TX: Founder's Memorial Award Address.Speaker, Plant-Herbivore Interactions Gordon Conference, Oxnard, CA; Plenary speaker, Charles ValentineRiley Centennial, Dept. Entomology, University of Missouri—Columbia; Vice Presidential Symposium,"Evolution of specialization," American Society of Naturalists/Society for the Study of Evolution, Montreal,Quebec; Symposium, "Phytochemical redundancy," Phytochemical Society of North America, Saulte Ste.Marie, Ontario; Symposium, "Genes to heme," Midwest Cytochrome P450 Symposium, Purdue University,West Lafayette, IN, Sept. 15; Speaker, Third International Symposium on Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity,Woods Hole, MA, Oct. 8-12."Six-legged chemists," Center for Advanced Study Lecture, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL,Sept. 18; Plenary speaker, Association of Zoo and Aquarium Docents Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, Oct.5; Tex Frazier Lecturer, American Society of Horticultural Science Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY, Oct. 6("Plant secondary metabolites: who, what, when, where, and why"); Informal conference on insect nutrition,Entomological Society of America, Louisville, KY.Symposium, "Good Ideas Gone Bad—Fakes, Frauds and Mistakes in Pest Control,” Teaching Conference,Entomological Society of America; R.H. Nelson, Dec. 15-16.Third Gordon Research Conference on Carotenoids, Ventura, CA, Jan. 25-29; Gordon Research Conferenceon Natural Products, Henniker, NH, July 6; Plenary speaker, "Chemical ecology in bioprospecting,"American Society for Pharmacognosy, Orlando, FL, July 20; Sean Duffey Memorial Symposium,Entomological Society of America, Las Vegas, NV, Nov. 10Departmental Centenary Lecturer, Dept. Entomology, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, March4; Life history phylogenetics, Section B Symposium, Entomological Society of America, Atlanta, GA, Dec.12; Plenary speaker, Australian Entomological Congress, Canberra, Australia, Oct. 1; Plenary speaker,Coevolution Symposium, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 9; Symposium, "Intersection ofphylogenetics, behavior and life history evolution," Entomological Society of America, Dec. 14.Sondheimer-Simeone Lecturer, International Society for Chemical Ecology, Pocos de Caldas, Brazil, Aug.11; History of Entomology Symposium, Entomological Society of America, Dec. 6, (prepared text presentedby Carol Sheppard due to schedule conflict).Ralph Mumma Symposium, American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL, Aug. 27.; Plenary address,Entomological Society of Canada/JAM Entomological Society of Ontario, Niagara Falls, Ontario, October22, 2001Plenary lecture, Nalbandov Symposium: A Celebration of Biocomplexity and Biodiversity, co-organizerwith J. Cheeseman and C. Shearer, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, Feb. 9; Plenary Session,Entomological Society of America, “A golden anniversary—fifty years of plant/insect interactions at theEntomological Society of America,” Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Nov. 17.Buggy Love: A Celebration of the Life and Work of Thomas Eisner, New York University Institute for theHumanities, New York, NY, Nov. 20Distinguished Speaker, Life Sciences Week, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, April 4-9, 2004;Symposium, The Teaching of Evolution, Society for the Study of Evolution, Boulder, Colorado, June 28,2004; Plenary Session—Public Lecture, International Congress of Entomology, Brisbane, Australia (plus 2symposium talks); 2004 Keynote address, “Spatial data and ecological inquiry,” National meeting,Partnerships for Enhancing Expertise in Taxonomy. Allerton Park, Monticello, IL, Sept. 22, 2004;Musqutors V erry Troublesom’—The Insects of Lewis and Clark,” Illinois Mosquito and Vector ControlAssociation, November 18, 2004, Champaign, IL“Understanding complex systems” Symposium, “Complexity in a cornfield,” University of Illinois atUrbana-Champaign, May 16, 2005; International Society of Chemical Ecology, Plant-insect symposium,July 27, 2005, Washington, DC; Robert MacArthur Plenary Lecture, Ecological Society ofAmerica/INTECOL meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 8, 2005; Keynote address, “Pollinators,politics, and policies,” North American Pollinator Protection Campaign annual meeting, National Zoo,Washington DC October 19, 2005 Department of Entomology Centennial Celebration, University of6

20062007200820092010201120122013Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas September 29, 2005; Keynote address, “Pollinators, politics, andpolicies,” North American Pollinator Protection Campaign annual meeting, National Zoo, Washington DCOctober 19, 2005; Glaser Symposium series, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida InternationalUniversity, Miami, FL December 12-16Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology, Biannual Symposium, Plenary Speaker, March 20, 2006(plenary speaker); Royal Entomological Society, London England, Annual meeting banquet speaker May3; Insect Molecular Science symposium, Center for Insect Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ,May 22, 2006; Plenary welcome address, International Union for the Study of Social Insects, WashingtonDC, July 30, 2006 Entomological Society of America national meeting Indianapolis, IN December 2006:symposia “History of Women in Entomology,” and “Entomology Departments in the 20 th and 21stCenturies”Gordon Conference on Plant-Herbivore Interactions, Ventura CA, February 18-24, evening speaker;Keynote speaker, University of Illinois Springfield Biology Symposium, April 20, 2007; Plenary, Societyfor Molecular Biology and Evolution, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 27, 2007; Evolution of plant-insectinteractions, International Society for Chemical Ecology, Jena, Germany, July 26. 2007: Yale UniversityCharles Remington Memorial Symposium, November 9-10, 2007; American Academy November 10,2007; Ent Soc Amer December 9-12)International Congress of Entomology, Durban South Africa July 6-12, 2008 (3 symposia scheduled):Entomological Society of America November 16-19, 2008, Reno, Nevada, IPMIS symposium, USDA NRIsymposium, Darwin Symposium (“There Must Be A Moth”)USDA Agricultural Outlook Conference Pollination Symposium, Arlington VA February 27,2009; “Darwin’s Parsnips,” Darwin Lecture, Columbia University, March 24, 2009; “SoylentGreen 25” AIBS annual meeting, May 19, 2009; XXII Italian Congress of Entomology, Ancona,Italy, June 15, 2009; Technologically modified Environment - Environmentally modifiedTechnology National Academy of Sciences Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) October 12 –16, 2009; Feeny Fling, Retirement Symposium for Paul Feeny Cornell University Ithaca NYOctober 17, 2009, Ecological Genomics Kansas City, MO November 13-15; Colleagues, Scienceand Ideas: Investigating Chemicals, Signals, and Interactions", Entomological Society of America,December 12-15, 2009, Indianapolis, INKeynote speaker, Gordon Conference on Plant-Herbivore Interactions, Galveston TX, Feb.21,2010; Keynote, AFRI USDA Workshop, Washington DC (March 23, 2010); Keynote, MichiganEntomological Society, June 26, 2010; Keynote lecture, First International Conference onPollinators, State College, PA, July 24, 2010; Keynote, Status of Pollinators; Past, Present, Future,North American Pollinator Protection Campaign, Washington, DC, October 20, 2010Keynote Lecture, International Symposium for Biological Control of Weeds, Waikoloa Beach,Hawaii, September 12, 2011; Education through Entertainment symposium, EntomologicalSociety of America, Reno, NV, November 13, 2011; Citizen Science symposium, EntomologicalSociety of America, Reno, NV, November 13, 2011; An Eisnerian view of nature symposium,Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV, November 13, 2011“Postcards from the edge of a leaf—life lessons from a little brown moth,” Frontiers in LifeSciences Symposium Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, April 2, 2012 Lepidoptera monitoring andinventory, symposium at Lepidopterists Society annual meeting, Denver, CO, July 26 2012; “Youare what you tweet; communicating entomology 140 characters at a time,” Social media inentomology”, Social Media symposium, Entomological Society of America, Knoxville, TN,November 11, 2012October 24, 2013; “Bees and pesticides and gypsy moths,” Annual Gypsy Moth Review,Evanston, IL, November 5, 2013; Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Austin,TX: “Does the honey bee risk cup runneth over”? P-IE Section Symposium: Beyond the LC50:Advancements in Toxicological Research on Pollinators, November 10, 2013; “Impacts oflandscape-scale conversion to bioenergy crops on microlepidopteran diversity: Biofuels andLBMs”, P-IE Section Symposium: Biofuel Cropping Systems: Connecting Beneficial Arthropods,Ecosystem Services, and Landscape Effects, November 12, 2013; “Farming out pharmacology:Symbiont detoxification of phytochemicals,” “P-IE Section Symposium: The Effect of Microbeson Insect-Plant Interactions, November 12, 2013; You are what you eat: honey and the honeybee,” P-IE Section Symposium: Connecting Research, Outreach and Regulatory efforts to ProtectHoney Bee Health, November 12, 20137

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1989-1992 "Effects of ozone loss on Citrus and its associated herbivores and pathogens" USDA Competitive Grants Program (with R. Larson and R. Tuveson) ( 200,000). 1990-1993 "Characterization and cloning of cytochrome P-450 monooxygenase genes involved in adaptation of