I was recently reading the January/February 2021 issue of “The Science Teacher” a publication of the National Science Teaching Association. In this issue, I read the section “Career of the Month” written by Luba Vangelova. Luba wrote an article entitled “Entomologist Ary Faraji.”
Entomologists study insects and may work for educational or research institutions, government agencies, private industry, and consulting. Ary Faraji works as an entomologist in a local government agency in Salt Lake City, Utah. The mission of his agency is to reduce the annoyance levels posed by biting mosquitoes and to protect residents from pathogens mosquitoes can carry.
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