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Service-Learning Project Archives: Laura Lynch, Ph.D.

Laura Lynch, Ph.D.

Assistant Vice President for Faculty Affairs

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Service-Learning Teaching Details

2015 Excellence in Service-Learning

Outstanding Faculty Award

Service-Learning Sections:             6

Service-Learning Courses:             3

  • History of Mathematics
  • Quantitative Skills & Reasoning
  • College Algebra

Key Partnership:

  • Glynn County School System
  • Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Georgia

History has a place in understanding where mathematics come from in an attempt to discovery how and why concepts were discovered. This was a major area of focus in Dr. Laura Lynch’s History of Mathematics service-learning courses. Dr. Lynch started teaching service-learning courses in fall 2012 and has gone on to teach several additional service-learning courses. In each of these, her goal was to help students understand why it is essential that they learn different concepts and how they relate to the real world.