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Erich Pelletier

My mother, a Kindergarten teacher for over 25 years, instilled in me a deep passion for learning. My love for educators grows as a natural extension of that passion. While I have never been a teacher myself – I maintain that I don’t have the fortitude for the job – the bulk of my career as a communicator and marketer has been dedicated to supporting educators and students at every level and in every way possible.

A House Divided: The Dana Center's Impressive Collegiate Mix

August 30, 2019| Blog
Longhorns and Aggies and Horned Frogs, oh my!

How is Higher Ed Like a Hurricane?

August 22, 2019| Blog, Higher Education
Both are incredibly complex. But there are ways to better understand them.

Co-requisites and Mathematics Pathways

April 18, 2019| Blog, Higher Education
An Interview with Connie Richardson.

Rigor: Evolving Definitions in a Changing Landscape

March 1, 2019| Blog, Math
A roundtable talk about what rigor really means and why it matters.