Professor and Chair, Physics and Astronomy
Director, SSU Education and Public Outreach at SSU
Travel Schedule (PDF)
Five Things about Me

Lynn is leading the effort to develop on-line courses for community college instructors to integrate LIGO science and technology into lower-division calculus-based physics courses.
Lynn is the STEM lead for this 5-year curriculum development project, funded by the US Department of Education's Investing in Innovation program.
Lynn is a scientific co-investigator on the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope mission, and was the lead for education and public outreach.
Lynn is a scientific co-investigator on the Swift mission, and was the lead for education and public outreach.
Lynn was the education and public outreach lead for the US portion of the XMM-Newton mission.
Lynn is a scientific co-investigator on the Nustar mission, and was the lead for education and public outreach.
Lynn led the development of a digital-first, two semester online curriculum in Cosmology.
Lynn is contributing to the development of a community college curriculum that uses rocketry and unmanned aerial vehicles to engage under-represented students in STEM majors. This photo shows Lynn with her L2 rocket at Black Rock, Nevada, prior to launch.

 

Biography
Courses taught in the past
Presentations
Various Awards and Achievements

Servant to all the animals at the Little H-bar Ranch

email: lynnc@universe.sonoma.edu
(707) 664-2655
office: Darwin 300M and
Schulz 3051



Created by Melissa Crain 02-27-04