The OU Lynx was privileged to participate for the third year in a row in the annual Women and Science conference for K12 students and teachers across the state. Held last Tuesday in Tulsa, the conference is sponsored by EPSCoR to encourage young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields (cf. the conference page).
About the Lynx
Our logo is a green medallion from the beautiful decorative screen located in the History of Science Collections, created by Joe Taylor during 1957-1960. In recognition of the remarkable Galileo collection of the OU History of Science Collections, the Accademia dei Lincei in 2002 granted OU permission to use the name OU Academy of the Lynx.
About Galileo's World
In celebration of OU’s 125th anniversary, Galileo’s World was a series of exhibits, events, and programs. In its original phase from August 2015 through 2016, and now in its reprise through summer of 2018, Galileo’s World illustrates connections between science, art, literature, music, religion, philosophy, politics, and culture.