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Joe Lewis
Author @A Farm Language
Dr. W. Joe Lewis is an award winning scientist, recognized worldwide for major crosscutting discoveries in the fundamental science of pest management. The models for his studies have been behavioral and chemical interactions of parasitoids, insect herbivores, and plants, along with ecosystem principles. The impact of his research is evidenced by over 200 refereed scientific publications and book chapters, including five papers in prestigious journals of Nature and Science, and three in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and an invitational paper in Scientific American. His work has been highlighted extensively in the popular press, including CNN Science and Technology, BBC/ Discovery Channel, Business Week, National Public Radio and BBC Wildlife, Fortune Magazine, and NBC Today Show. He grew up as a sharecropper’s son in south Mississippi, later earning a Ph.D. degree from Mississippi State University at 24 years of age.
John Ikerd
Author @Small Farms are Real Farms
John Ikerd was raised on a small dairy farm in southwest Missouri and received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in agricultural economics from the University of Missouri. He worked in private industry for a time and spent thirty years in various professorial positions at North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Georgia and University of Missouri before retiring in early 2000. Since retiring, he spends most of his time writing and speaking on issues related to the sustainability of agriculture.
Dr. Jim Tumlinson
Wolf Prize Winner @Entomological Society of America
James H. (‘Jim’) Tumlinson received his BS in Chemistry from Virginia Military Institute in 1960, and his MS in 1966 and PhD in 1969 in Organic Chemistry from Mississippi State University. He was a Post Doctoral student with Robert M. Silverstein at the New York State College of Forestry, Syracuse, in 1969-1970. Subsequently, in 1970 he joined the USDA, ARS, Insect Attractants, Behavior and Basic Biology Lab in Gainesville, Flori, as a Research Chemist, and in 1972 became the Research Leader of the Insect Chemistry Research Unit, a position he held until 2003. In 2003 he joined the faculty of the Department of Entomology at Penn State University, as The Ralph O. Mumma Professor of Chemical Ecology and in 2006 became the Director of the Center for Chemical Ecology at Penn State. He has authored or coauthored over 250 articles in peer-reviewed journals. His research has included studies of insect chemical communication and chemical ecology.