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February 19, 2020
Since the late 19th century, the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has been a leading educator in the fields of math and science. Its graduates have gone on to become renowned scientists, engineers, judges, congressmen, CEOs — and even a professional baseball player. Rose-Hulman continues to develop the brightest minds of the future by tackling one of the largest problems facing teens: math homework. Lindsay Hull, Associate Director of Operations and Education at Rose-Hulman, runs the hotline “Ask Rose Homework Help,” which provides math and science tutoring to students and their parents around the country. In this episode of the “Take a Moment” podcast, Lindsay shares her experiences as an educator and provides insights into the equation: technology + empathy = success.
Lindsay Hull is the Associate Director for Education and Operations for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s AskRose Homework Help, a service that helps middle and high school students solve homework problems related to math and science via phone, chat, and email. Lindsay holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics education from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. She taught mathematics in the Indianapolis area for five years, including AP calculus and ACP calculus as an adjunct professor with Indiana University. Her research interests include technology in education and homework practices in K-12 education. She received her Master’s in Organizational Leadership from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College in 2016. Part of her thesis involved researching Contact Center Software Products and Best Practices, which resulted in AskRose’s decision to purchase the Genesys Cloud CX solution.
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