Jason continues to earn awards for his science efforts.
- Citizen of the Year
- Public Education Award
- Homeschooling Parent Seal of Approval
- Best Education Mobile Website
- Best Children's Programming
- Best Online Content
- Best Television Feature
- Best Newspaper Feature
- Best General Coverage
- Best Community Service Activity
Lindsey has designed hands-on science curriculum and interactive media for Veggie Tales,
Raddish Kids, Hefty, the Ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Missouri
Department of Transportation, the Southern Illinois Miners, and more.
On October 3, 2007 Jason organized "Science Day." At "Science Day," Lindsey along with
hundreds of others launched more than 1000 “Mentos and soda fountains,” breaking the previous
world record of more than 800, launched in the Netherlands.
Jason's book, Beyond the Science Lab - A Celebration of God and Science, uses hands-on science
to teach God's word and encourages kids to connect with their creator through the wonders of
Jason is married to Lena Lindsey. They keep busy with their four kids Conner, Ethan, Brynna, and
Jason Lindsey aka “Mr. Science” with Hooked on Science is a STEM certified educator and author.
He’s appeared on television stations across America, including the NBC Today Show, getting kids
“Hooked on Science.” Jason visits hundreds of schools each year inspiring kids to be inquisitive
about the world around them and to develop a long-term interest in science and math. His hands-
on, kid-friendly, science enrichment classes and camps are offered throughout the year and have
hooked thousands of kids on science.
Jason previously worked as a chief meteorologist, multimedia science journalist, and web content
manager at television stations across the United States. Jason now produces and hosts a hands-
on science syndicated television segment. Jason is a STEM professional. When Jason is not in the
classroom getting kids "Hooked on Science," you'll discover him providing forecasts, as a
meteorologist, for television stations in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee.