Bed Bug Program at U
I realize it sounds like information from another time, but surprisingly enough there has been a bed bug epidemic in the University neighborhoods for the past few years. The parasites often make their way into homes with infested used furniture. The University has put together a program to educate folks about these pernicious little pests. Here's the notice:
Learn how to recognize an infestation and what to do about bed bugs.
Dr. Kells, a Ph.D. in Entomology, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota, with extension and research responsibilities in Food Processing and Structural Entomology. This includes studies in biology and control of bedbugs. Dr. Kells served for five years as Technical Director, leading the Quality Assurance and Technical Services Department for Abell Pest Control, Inc. He has published numerous articles on the subject and continues to speak across the country as the problem expands.
DATE: Thursday, March 12, 2009-02-12
PLACE: Coffman Union, Mississippi room
Sponsored by: University Student Legal Service (www.umn.edu/usls)
PLEASE RSVP: (612) 624-1001 (Parking Available in the River Road Ramp)