State University of New York at Oswego (SUNY Oswego) was founded in 1861 and now enrolls around 8,300 students. Oswego is one of 13 university colleges in the 64-campus SUNY system. It is a comprehensive college which offers many degree programs at its Oswego, New York, 690-acre lakeside campus.

Courses

Plants and Society (BIO 341)
An exploration of the manner in which plants have influenced the development of civilization. A study of poisonous, medicinal and wild and cultivated food plants with regard to their effect on society.

Faculty

Kamal I. Mohamed (Department of Biological Sciences)
James L. Seago, Jr. (Department of Biological Sciences)