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National Conference on Urban Entomology Set for May 16-19 in Portland, Ore.

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The goal of the conference is to facilitate open communication of information among pest management professionals and scientists in industry, academia and government.

| March 29, 2010

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The 2010 National Conference on Urban Entomology (NCUE) is scheduled for May 16-19, in Portland, Ore., at the Doubletree hotel. (Click here for a schedule of events.)  The NCUE emphasizes innovation and research on household, structural and public health arthropod pests. The goal of the conference is to facilitate open communication of information among pest management professionals and scientists in industry, academia and government.

Download the registration form  and mail or fax back to:

Dr. Roger Gold
Urban Entomology
2143 TAMu
College Station, Texas 77843
Fax 979/845-5926

Click here for hotel reservations or dial 503-281-6111

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