Kevin Steffey Chosen as New Editor-in-Chief of American Entomologist

Annapolis, MD; June 28, 2017—The next editor-in-chief of American Entomologist, the quarterly magazine of the Entomological Society of America, will be Kevin L. Steffey, Ph.D., retired professor of entomology and extension educator at the University of Illinois, as well as retired technology transfer leader with Dow AgroSciences. The ESA Governing Board has approved Steffey's appointment to succeed Gene Kritsky, Ph.D., who is stepping down as editor-in-chief after a distinguished term of a service.

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