Lynette Osborne 2

Lynette Osborne

Title:
Research Professor and Professorial Lecturer
Address: Off-campus
Phone: 202-716-6225
Email:
losborne@gwu.edu

Gender, sexuality, women/minorities in STEM, pedagogy, research methods/statistics, evaluation research

Education

PhD Purdue University, 2006
MA Old Dominion University, 1996

Publications

Osborne, Lynette. 2015. “Energy Ethics in Science and Engineering Education” in International Perspectives on Engineering Education: Engineering Education and Practice in Context, Volume 1. Christensen, S.H., Didier, C., Jamison, A., Meganck, M., Mitcham, C., Newberry, B. (Eds.). Springer International Publishing.

Osborne, Lynette. 2014. "Collaborative Project: Teaching Strategic, Operational, and Defensive Cybersecurity to the Next Generation from Sea to Shining Sea - Final Evaluation Report." Report submitted to Rachelle Heller, Associate Provost for the Mount Vernon Campus and Professor, Department of Computer Science, George Washington University. April 2014.

Osborne, Lynette, Andrew Herrmann, and Taimur Amjad. 2014. "White Paper: Research and Analysis of Women in Technology." Report submitted to Sarah Miller, Program Analyst, Department of Labor, Women's Bureau. March, 2014.

Osborne, Lynette, Andrew Herrmann, and Taimur Amjad. 2013. "Research and Analysis of Women in Technology: A Review of the Literature." Report submitted to Sarah Miller, Program Analyst, Department of Labor, Women's Bureau. December, 2013.

Osborne, Lynette.  2013. “Energy Ethics in Science and Engineering Education Year Three Status Report:  An Evaluation of the ‘Solar and Ethical Considerations of Solar Energy’ Workshop and the “National Institute of Energy Ethics in Society.” Report submitted to Rachelle Hollander, Director, Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society, National Academy of Engineering. July 2013.

Osborne, Lynette.  2013. “Evaluation of the ‘Energy from Biofules: Social and Ethical Considerations’ Workshop.”  Report submitted to Rachelle Hollander, Director, Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society, National Academy of Engineering. January 2013.

Osborne, Lynette, Thomas Jaroz, Jennifer Nielsen, Shirley Eng, and Taimur Amjad, “Analysis of Reports of the Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education in Engineering Program.” Report submitted to Mary Poats, NSF Program Officer. September 2012.

Osborne, Lynette and Barbara Gault. “Evaluation of Girls Understand, Imagine, and Dream Engineering (GUIDE) Program.” Report submitted to Girl Scouts of the USA. August 2010.

Osborne, Lynette. 2010. “University Honors Program Assessment.” Submitted to Dr. Maria Frawley, UHP Director. July 2010.

Osborne, Lynette, Kate Parkinson, Colleen Manning and Irene Goodman.  “Evaluation LSAMP Indiana Alliance - Program Year 2009.”  Report submitted to Dr. Pam Shaw, Principal Investigator, LSAMP Indiana Alliance.  Goodman Research Group, Inc.  April 2010.

Osborne, Lynette, Kate Parkinson, and Irene Goodman. “LSAMP Indiana Alliance Summer Report.” Report submitted to Dr. Pam Shaw, Principal Investigator, LSAMP Indiana Alliance. Goodman Research Group, Inc. October 2009.

Peterman, Karen, Lynette Osborne, and Irene Goodman. “LSAMP Indiana Alliance Annual Report.” Report submitted to Dr. Pam Shaw, Principal Investigator, LSAMP Indiana Alliance. Goodman Research Group, Inc. April, 2009.

Osborne, Lynette. “University Honors Program Assessment.” Submitted to Dr. Maria Frawley, UHP Director. July 2009.

Osborne, Lynette, Kevin Miller, and Robin Farabee-Siers. “Pedagogical Methods for Improving Women’s Participation and Success in Engineering Education: A Review of Recent Literature.” National Academy of Engineering/CASEE and Institute for Women’s Policy Research: Washington, DC. www.iwpr.org

Peterman, Karen, Lynette Osborne, and Irene Goodman. “LSAMP Indiana Alliance Summer Site Visit Report.” Report submitted to Dr. Pam Shaw, Principal Investigator, LSAMP Indiana Alliance. Goodman Research Group, Inc. April 2008.

Williams, Erica, Casey Clevenger, Lynette Osborne. 2008. “Status of Girls in Minnesota.” Institute for Women’s Policy Research: Washington, DC. www.iwpr.org

Classes Taught

SOC 1001 - Introduction to Sociology
SOC 2135 - Youth and Delinquency
SOC 2175 - Gender and Sexuality
SOC 2181 - Sex by the Numbers
SOC 2184 - Violence and the Family
SOC 2189 - Female Delinquency and Crime
SOC 3195 - Thesis
SOC 4192 - Advanced Seminar in Criminal Justice
SOC 4197 - Advanced Seminar in Sociology

Honors Courses

HON 023 - Quantitative Reasoning (Research Methods)
HON 043 - Introduction to Sociology
HON 047 - Gender and Sexuality
HON 047 - Gender, Power, and Politics
HON 047 - Position of Women in the US (Feminist Theory)
HON 175 - Female Delinquency and Crime
HON 199 - Senior Thesis Research