Dr. Lane Andrew is an Associate Dean of the Humanities & Science Department in the Division of General Education at Ashford University. He earned his PhD in Mathematics Education from the University of Northern Colorado, his Master of Science in Mathematics from University of Denver, and his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Colorado. Dr. Andrew has taught a wide variety of mathematics courses, from 4th grade math up through abstract algebra. His first experience with instructing math was as a tutor for home schooled children and struggling college students. Most of his experience, however, has been at the post-secondary level. He enjoys helping students understand difficult mathematical concepts and his favorite courses to teach are Calculus I and Trigonometry. Dr. Andrew has been teaching online since 2007 and says, “The integration of online homework systems, with hints and links to the textbook for support, is a great way to help students engage with mathematical content.” Dr. Andrew resides in Denver, CO with his wife Joyce and their three children. He is an avid Broncos fan and enjoys meeting up with friends at coffee shops in his spare time.