Dr. Jennifer Gillett-Kaufman is a UF/IFAS Extension Scientist (70% Extension, 20% Teaching, 10% Research) in the Entomology and Nematology Department. Her Extension program focuses on the development and utilization of educational material for county Extension faculty and agricultural and urban clientele. She is the Featured Creatures project coordinator and editor. Her ancillary projects include activities relating to olive pest management, community sustainability, agricultural biosecurity, landscape IPM, and school IPM. She is responsible for teaching four courses: Grant Writing, Landscape Integrated Pest Management, Insects in Italy, and Insect Vectors of Plant Pathogens.
Posts by Jennifer Gillett-Kaufman:
- Why are there so many species of bugs in Florida?
- I think I’m having health problems related to bugs.
- Which bug is the biggest agricultural pest in Florida?
- How do I know if I’m allergic to bee or wasp venom? I don’t think I’ve ever been stung.
- What’s the most dangerous bug in Florida?
- What are those little dark-colored flies that come out of my bathroom sink?
- What’s the biggest bug in Florida?
- What’s the difference between an insect and a bug?