Tag Archives: Women and Science

Making Science Accessible through use of Historical Documents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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Women and Science EPSCoR Conference

by Kerry Magruder Thanks to the organizers of the Oklahoma NSF Women in Science conference held in Tulsa on October 14! Its purpose, sponsored by EPSCoR, was to promote the recruitment, engagement and retention of female students in the STEM … Continue reading

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2-Minute Stories: Women and science

by Kerry Magruder Seeking an easy way to enhance a lesson plan or activity with a historical dimension? 2-minute stories may help. This brochure relays five 2-minute stories about women and science from Galileo’s World related to mathematics, art, astronomy, … Continue reading

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