Sandra W. Woolfolk

Hometown:    Previous: Yogyakarta, Indonesia

   Now:       Starkville, MS

Education: B.S. in Agriculture (minor in Entomology) from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

M.E. (Master of Entomology, non-thesis degree) from North Carolina State University

M.S. in Entomology (insect microbiology/pathology) from Mississippi State University

Currently working on Ph.D. degree in Plant Pathology

Research project: Bacteria and fungi associated with red imported fire ants Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and mounds in Mississippi and their potential use as biological control agents

Major Professor: Dr. Richard Baird

Committee members: Dr. Gerald Baker

Dr. Jack Reed

Dr. Clarence Collison

Dr. Clarence Watson

Contact Information: 662-325-2992 (Office Clay Lyle)

662-325-7480 (Lab Clay Lyle)

662-325-2596 (Lab Dorman)

Research interest(s): Association between insect(s) and microorganisms, insect rearing, microbial ecology

Other important things besides graduate school:

My husband, Walter Woolfolk, my two preschool children, Grace (almost 4 years old) and Josh (a little over 2 years old), and my two dogs, Georgia and Snow.

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