St. Lawrence University was founded in 1859 in Canton, New York. The enrollment is about 2,300 undergraduates and 100 graduate students.
Ethnobotany (BIOL 258)
Ethnobotany is an interdisciplinaary field drawing on concepts from both natural and social sciences to investigate human-plant intereactions. This course illustrates the importance of plants in our everyday lives and the influence of human activities on plant populations. Independent projects center around surveys and experiments on socioeconomically important plants.Field trips and labs explore native American reservations, botanical gardens, greenhouses, nature reserves and plant population survey techniques. Three hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.
Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 102)
This course introduces students to the comparative study of human cultures and societies. We will learn important anthropological concepts, methods and theories as we explore topics like subsistence and exchange, kinship and marriage, and politics and law. Throughout the course, we will learn about differences and similarities between human populations, we will consider how cultures and societies have changed over time, and we will reflect on our own culture and society.
Aswini Pai (Biology Department)