Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture

Dr. David KulhavyLacy H. Hunt Professor of Landscape Ecology and Entomology
SFAStephen F. Austin State University

David L. Kulhavy, Ph.D., Lacy H. Hunt Professor
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Forest Entomology, Pest Management

EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy, 1978, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID.
Emphasis: Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences

Master of Science, 1974, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID.
Emphasis: Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences

Bachelor of Arts, 1969, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.
Major: Zoology

PROFESSIONAL, TEACHING, AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University
9/1996-present: Regents Professor
9/1990-8/1996: Professor
9/1984-8/1990: Associate Professor
9/1978-8/1994: Assistant Professor

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, University of Idaho
1/1977-8/1978: Research Associate/Research Scientist, Forest Protection, NSF/IPM Mountain Pine

Beetle/Lodgepole Pine Ecosystem Project
1/1976-12/1976 Whittenberger Doctoral Science Fellowship

1/1975-12/1975 St. Regis Doctoral Fellowship
9/1970-12/1974 Teaching/Research Assistant, Forest Entomology

PUBLICATIONS (LAST FIVE YEARS)
Refereed:
Zhou, L., D. L. Creech, K. W. Krauss, Y. Lin and D. L. Kulhavy. 2010. Can we improve the salinity tolerance of Taxodium genotypes by using varietal and hybrid crosses? HortScience (in press).

Zhao, L. L., W. Wei, D. L. Kulhavy, X. Y. Zhang and J. H. Sun. 2007. Low temperature induces two growth-arrested stages and change of secondary metabolites in

Bursaphelenchus xylophilus. Nematology 9(5): 663-670.Bryant, C. M., D. L. Kulhavy, R. F. Billings and S. C. Clarke. 2006. Characteristics of bark beetle infestations in East Texas during a period of low southern pine beetle activity. Southwestern Entomologist 31: 187-199.

Ross, W. G.,D. L. Kulhavy and J. H. Sun. 2005.Nantucket pine tip moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) infestation rates manipulated by nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers and herbicides. Insect Science 12(4):131-136.

Other:
Jones, C. and D. L. Kulhavy. 2010. A Forest Insect Alphabet Book and Song Cycle. LaNana Creek Press,Nacogdoches, TX (in press).

Unger, D. R. and D. L. Kulhavy. 2007. Merging GPS data with high spatial resolution multispectral imagery: An urban case study. Society of American Foresters National Convention Proceedings, Portland, OR

Unger, D. R. and D. L. Kulhavy. 2007. Pecan park disc golf course: A visual interpretation using high spatial resolution multispectral imagery. 21st Biennial Workshop on Aerial Photography, Videography, and High Resolution Digital Imagery for Resource Management Conference Proceedings.

Kulhavy, D. L., D. R. Unger and F. B. Shockley. 2007. Landscape ecological analysis of George W. Pirtle Scout Reservation. 21st Biennial Workshop on Aerial Photography, Videography, and High Resolution Digital Imagery for Resource Management Conference Proceedings.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY
FOR 313: Forest Insects and Disease

FOR 344: Forest Entomolgy

ENV 420: Landscape Ecology and Planning

OFF-CAMPUS CONSULTING, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES, SPECIAL HONORS (LAST FIVE YEARS)
Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University
     2008-2010: University Research Council
     2009-2010: Chair, College-wide Awards Committee
     2008-2009: University Bright Ideas Conference Chair
     2000-present: University Honors Council
     2006-present: University Grievance Committee
     2008-present: UniversityAssessment Committee, Student Affairs
     1996-present: SFA 101 Freshman Experience Committee

Tyler Junior College, Tyler, TX
Eisenhower Grant: Using Insects in the Classroom, program for Elementary School Teachers

Dr. Dave’s Bugs, Insects for Children, presentations to public schools