Stephen Wegulo is a professor of plant pathology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) and has extension and research responsibilities for diseases of small grain crops. He received a BS degree in biology from Davidson College (North Carolina) in 1991 and MS and PhD degrees in plant pathology from Iowa State University (ISU) in 1994 and 1997, respectively. His expertise is in the areas of epidemiology, disease management, and screening cultivars for resistance to diseases and involves field, greenhouse, and laboratory work. Currently, Dr. Wegulo conducts research on diseases of wheat, and his extension activities include development and delivery of clientele-targeted educational programs and annual wheat disease surveys. In collaboration with colleagues at UNL and other universities, he currently focuses on the epidemiology and management of Fusarium head blight of wheat and wheat curl mite-transmitted virus diseases of wheat. Before joining UNL in 2005, Dr. Wegulo was an extension specialist at the University of California–Riverside (2002–2005) and had responsibilities for diseases of floriculture and nursery crops. Before that, he was an assistant scientist at ISU (1998–2002). He has authored or co-authored 62 refereed journal papers; five book chapters; more than 150 technical articles, abstracts, proceedings, and reports; and more than 300 extension publications (circulars, guides, newsletter articles, and digital media).