Title: Associate Professor of History
Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Degree: Texas Tech University - B.Arch. Architecture; Abilene Christian University - M.A. History; Texas Tech University - Ph.D. Philosophy: History and Minor in Historic Perservation
Dr. Gary Lindsey is an Associate Professor of History and has been apart of the OC community since Fall of 2009. Dr. Lindsey shows an expertise in U.S. History, particularly late 19th and early 20th centuries and U.S. West Historic Preservation Architecture. Dr. Lindsey has numerous publications including; "The National Ranching Heritage Center and the Opening of its Exhibit: Ranches Preserved: The Historic American Buildings Survey Documentation of West Texas Ranches," Fox 950 Radio Station, Lubbock, Texas, June 2006 "Weather Watchers," and many others. Dr. Lindsey is certified as an Architect, Texas Teacher Certification in Secondary Social Studies, Texas Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi, and the National Scholastic Honor Society. Dr. Lindsey also has professional memberships in numerous organizations such as the American Association of State and Local Historians American History Association, Edmond Historic Preservation Trust, Board Member of the National Council Public History, a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Oklahoma, and many others. In the personal life of Dr. Gary Lindsey, he is a member at Edmond Church of Christ and is involved in many activities within the church. During Dr. Lindsey's leisure time, he enjoys running, golf and other sports, reading, and drawing architectural design aesthetics. Dr. Lindsey's best memories of OC are Faculty Follies, Freshman Fanfare, Carols and Cocoa and Spring Sing.