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E Paul Catts Dinner Registration
Registration and RSVP for the Dinner following the public lecture on October 17, at Banyans
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Honoring E. Paul Catts
As a previous Department Chair in the Department of Entomology here at Washington State University, E. Paul Catts was an excellent teacher, public speaker, and artist.
Professor E. Paul Catts joined the Entomology Department at Washington State University in August 1980 to serve as the Department Chair. Paul mentored faculty, guided graduate students’ research, and taught both graduate and undergraduate classes. His classes included Insect Ecology and Insect Morphology; and he created a popular course still taught today called, ‘Insects and People.’
Paul was a trained parasitologist and taught Medical Entomology at WSU for 16 years. He illustrated and co-authored, “Manual for Medical Entomology.” His research interests were the behavior of biting flies, especially those of medical and veterinary importance.
We extend our gratitude to all of that have generously supported the E. P. Catts Lectureship Fund; additional contributions will increase the Endowment and support future lectures.
The E. Paul Catts Memorial Lecture was initiated in 1997, one year to the week after his untimely death on April 5, 1996. A fund drive was initiated and the lectureship was endowed in 2001. Major contributors included Ann B. Catts, Elizabeth Beers and Frank Peryea, and John and Ruth Brown. The lecture is intended to honor excellence in communicative skills. Paul was an excellent teacher, public speaker, and artist.