Dr. Jennifer Gillett-Kaufman

Associate Extension Scientist, Integrated Pest Management, Olives

Dr. Jennifer Gillett-Kaufman has been involved in research, teaching and Extension on integrated pest management for over 20 years. She supports the utilization and development of educational material for state and county Extension faculty and agricultural and urban clientele. She is one of the national eXtension website co-leaders for the Urban Integrated Pest Management Community of Practice and a member of the Invasive Species Community of Practice. She is the Featured Creatures project coordinator and editor and the UF/IFAS Entomology and Nematology Department newsletter editor. Ancillary projects include the support of the Natural Area Teaching Lab (NATL), and activities relating to community sustainability, agricultural biosecurity, and landscape IPM. Responsible for teaching Landscape IPM: Ornamentals and Turf, and Insect Vectors of Plant Pathogens, and co-teaching Grant Writing and Feast or Famine in Florence. She is a Co-Director of the UF in Florence Global Perspectives Program, one of the largest study abroad programs at UF.




Associate Extension Scientist, Integrated Pest Management, Olives