Prior to his retirement,
Dr. Szaniszlo taught
two undergraduate courses within the School of
Biological Sciences during alternating semesters. Each spring, either Bio
Biology of Fungi or Bio 329 Medical
Mycology was offered along with their accompanying lab
sections, Bio 141L Biology of Fungi Laboratory and Bio 129L Medical Mycology Laboratory.
you'll find bulletins, syllabi, lecture notes,
and old tests that were on file for Dr. Szaniszlo's
courses. They were meant to
supplement and enhance the learning experience of those students taking his courses, as
well as to provide information and insights
that might be useful to individuals interested in the field of
|Biology of Fungi (BIO
341) was an introduction and study of the general features of most fungi with
emphasis on fungal classification, nutrition, metabolism, and genetics.
|Medical Mycology (BIO
329) focused on the yeasts, molds, and mycoses most likely to be encountered
in clinical settings, and covers basic introduction to fungi.