Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

AskRose homework tutoring helpline expands hours

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Rose-Hulman’s AskRose tutoring helpline has added daytime hours to help homebound students with math and science homework during the current coronavirus pandemic.Read more

Friends get ready to take on 5K on bicycles designed just for them

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Bella and Peyton were born with cerebral palsy and now they're going to take part in a 5K race together.Read more

Holocaust survivor Eva Kor shares message of forgiveness at Rose-Hulman

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Rose-Hulman's Hatfield Hall auditorium was filled Monday afternoon as the school hosted Holocaust survivor Eva Kor, a person who shares some of the same values as those...Read more


Indiana students learn STEM through robotics as young as elementary school

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More than half the students on robotics teams in Indiana are girls, by far the most evenly balanced girl-to-boy ratio in the country.Read more

Rose-Hulman's president to step down after 5-plus years

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The president of western Indiana's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is stepping down after more than five years.Read more

Terre Haute's landmark Clabber Girl billboard to be restored

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A Clabber Girl baking powder billboard that's been a western Indiana landmark since the 1930s is being prepped for a thorough restoration.Read more

Rose-Hulman kicks off $250 million fundraising campaign

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Rose-Hulman has kicked off a campaign to raise money for the school's science, engineering and math education undergraduate programs.Read more

Rose-Hulman gets $15M gift for new $29M academic building

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The $29 million building in Terre Haute will open for the 2021-22 school year and will include workspaces, design studios, flexible classrooms and chemistry laboratories.Read more

Rose-Hulman breaks ground on new design and laboratory building

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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has broken ground on a 13,800-square-foot engineering design and laboratory building.Read more


Special Olympics to hold 50th annual games in Terre Haute

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Special Olympics Indiana is under preparation for their 50th annual Summer Games, with a record number of participants signed up to compete.Read more

Rose-Hulman engineering students build Bella a better bike

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A little girl in Zionsville will now be able to ride her bike along with her friends.Read more