OSU Students Examine Evidence in Killer Wasp Case

Associate Professor Wyatt Hoback has all kinds of tricks up his sleeve to garner the interestof his students, including bringing live specimens to class for students to closelyobserve. He intentionally lets the insect sting his arm as part of the classroom demonstration.(Photo by Todd Johnson, Agricultural Communications Services) By Trisha Gedon, Stillwater, Oklahoma – An Oklahoma State University professor goes to great lengths to ensure his students are engaged in his lectures, even to the point of causing himself a little pain. Students in Wyatt Hoback’s class this semester – ENTO 2003 Insects and Society – watched closely as he…

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