Monthly Archives: November 2014

Making Science Accessible through use of Historical Documents

by Dr. Theresa Cullen One of my favorite memories from high school was my math teacher Terri Rossmann who used to always say “let’s see what good old sexy Pythagoras had to say about that” and she would point to … Continue reading

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OU Lynx Information

Over the past couple weeks we have had the opportunity to meet with several educators who are interested in the work we are doing. This was greatly aided by our invitation to join the Oklahoma NSF Women in Science Conference … Continue reading

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What is the OU Academy of the Lynx?

 The mission of The OU Academy of the Lynx is to develop high-quality educational resources from the history of science through collaboration with educators. The OU Academy of the Lynx is the K12 education outreach of the History of Science … Continue reading

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