The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a public university located in Champaign, Illinois. It was founded in 1867 and it currently enrolls 31,540 undergraduate and 12,322 graduate students.
Plants, People and the Environment (Integrative Biology 102, 3 hours)
This course will emphasize the biological, economic and environmental importance of plants in today’s world.
(Not currently offered)
Insects and People (Integrative Biology 109, 3 or 4 hours)
This course will focus on the biology of insects and their relationship with people.
Instructor: May Berenbaum
Plants and Their Uses (Integrative Biology 363, 3 hours)
This lecture will provide an introduction to the domestication of cultivated plants and a comparison/in-depth look at the major uses of plants in the world today.
Instructor: David Seigler