College Courses at Rice Creek Field Station

Several credit bearing courses in the regular and summer sessions of the SUNY Oswego curriculum hold some or all of their class meetings at Rice Creek Field Station. The recent history of classes that have met at Rice Creek can be found below.  In addition several departments and programs utilize Rice Creek including:

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Art
Biological Science
Chemistry
Earth Science
English
Physics

School of Education
Curriculum and Instruction

Classes will not be meeting at Rice Creek  during the 2012 to 2013 construction.  Field work and projects will continue to have access to the various habitats and trails.

Fall

Classes at Rice Creek during the fall semesters included:

2013

  • ART 333/533 Narrative Photography (field visit)
  • BIO 110 Biology Seminar (field visit)
  • BIO 301 Waterfowl Ecology Lab
  • BIO 320 Intro Ecology Lab
  • BIO 325 Behavioral Bio Lab
  • BIO 358 Plant Ecology (field visits)
  • BIO 370 Animal Kingdom Lab
  • BIO 420 Wetlands Ecology Lecture
  • BIO 420 Wetlands Ecology Lab
  • BIO 492/592 Research: Field Ecology
  • BIO 492 Introductory Ecology Lab
  • TED 355 Energy and Power Technology (field visit)
  • ZOO 440 Ichthyology Lab

2012

  • BIO 320 Introductory Ecology Lab (field visits)
  • BIO 358 Plant Ecology (field visits)
  • BIO 492/592 Research: Field Ecology (field visits)
  • BIO 375 Entomology Lab (field visits)
  • ZOO 378 Aquatic Entomology Lab (field visits)
  • ZOO 384 Mammalogy Lab (field visits)

2011

  • BIO 110 Biology Seminar (field visits)
  • BIO 320 Introductory Ecology Lecture & Lab
  • BIO 358 Plant Ecology (field visits)
  • BIO 340 Vertebrate Zoology Lab
  • BIO 492/592 Research: Field Ecology
  • BIO 370 Animal Kingdom (field visits)
  • CED 340 Teaching Science & Technology
  • ZOO 375 Entomology (field visits)
  • ZOO 384 Mammalogy Lecture & Lab

2010

  • BIO 110 Biology Seminar (field visits)
  • BIO 342 Introduction to Mycology (field visits)
  • BIO 357 Plant Systematics Lab (field visits)
  • BIO 370 Animal Kingdom Lab (field visits)
  • BIO 420 Wetlands Ecology Lecture & Lab
  • BIO 492/592 Research: Field Ecology
  • CED 340 Teaching Science & Technology(field visits)
  • ZOO 378 Aquatic Entomology (field visits)
  • ZOO 384 Mammalogy Lecture & Lab

2009

  • ART 243 Digital Photography (field visits)
  • BIO 110 Biology Seminar (field visits)
  • BIO 420 Wet Ecology (field visits)
  • BIO 492 Entomology Research (field visits)
  • BIO 492 Field Ecology (field visits)
  • ZOO 375 Entomology Lab (field visits)
  • ZOO 376 Ornithology Lab
  • ZOO 384 Mammalogy with lab
  • ZOO 405 Limnology Lab (field visits)

Winter

Classes at Rice Creek during the winter sessions included:

2014

  • BIO 421 Winter Ecology

Spring

Classes at Rice Creek during the spring semesters included:

2014

  • BIO301 Host-Parasite Interaction Lab
  • BIO 320 Intro Ecology Lab
  • ZOO 376 Ornithology Lecture
  • ZOO 376 Ornithology Lab
  • ZOO 387 Herpetology Lab
  • ZOO 405 Limnology Lab
  • ZOO 410 Animal Ecology Lab

2013

  • BIO 320 Introductory Ecology Lab (field visits)
  • BIO 492 Community Ecology (field visits)

2012

  • BIO 320 Introductory Ecology Lecture & Lab
  • BIO 325 GIS in Ecology
  • BIO 340 Plant Kingdom (field visits)
  • BIO 492 Conservation Ecology
  • ZOO 387 Herpetology Lab
  • ZOO 410 Animal Ecology Lecture & Lab

2011

  • BIO 320 Introductory Ecology Lab
  • BIO 460 Conservation Ecology (field visits)
  • CED 340 Teaching Science & Technology
  • ZOO 376 Ornithology [Bio of Birds] Lab
  • ZOO 389 Animal Ecology Lab

2010

  • BIO 492/592 Research: Problems in Biology
  • ZOO 389 Animal Ecology Lab

2009

  • BIO 301 Predator/Prey Relationships
  • BIO 320 Introductory Ecology Lab (field visits)
  • ZOO 490 Zoology Seminar (field visit)

Summer

Classes that met at Rice Creek during the summer semesters included:

2010

  • BIO 492/592 Research: Field Ecology

2009

  • BIO 492/592 Research: Field Ecology
  • EDU 555 Curriculum Development