Emily Erwin

Emily Erwin

Associate Professor of Curricular Analytics

Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences

LSU School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803



PhD, University of New Orleans, 2016

MPA, Louisiana State University, 2009

BA, Louisiana State University, 2004

Research Interest

Dr. Erwin has more than a decade of experience in conducting quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research to develop and improve teaching and learning methods and strategies at the state- and institutional level. Much of her research and publications to date have focused upon remedial math education, specifically the co-requisite approach to math remediation, and student success within community colleges. At the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Dr. Erwin conducts research to assess the efficacy of the Competency-based Veterinary Education (CBVE) curriculum and various teaching methods and strategies.

Teaching Interest

Dr. Erwin currently serves as an adjunct instructor within the LSU College of Human Sciences and Education. Her teaching interests include education policy, curriculum design & assessment, and leadership in higher education.


Campbell, E., & Clayton, A. B. (2022). Postsecondary access without a high school diploma: Lessons from Louisiana’s five for six scholarship. In C. Cutler White & A. B. Clayton (Eds.), Expanding community college opportunities: Access, transfer, and completion. New Directions for Community Colleges, no. 198. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Hoffshire, M. & Campbell, E. (2019). Fostering and Supporting LGBTQ+ Student Organizations at Community Colleges. In A. Reddinger, L. Hager, & J. Teut (Eds), Creating Access and Support for LGBTQ+ Students, New Directions for Community Colleges (Volume Winter 2019, Issue 188) . San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Campbell, E. & Cintron, R. (2018). Accelerating Remedial Education: Lessons Learned from Louisiana’s Community Colleges. In B. Frye (Ed), Promising Practices in Developmental Education, New Directions for Community Colleges (Volume 2018, Issue 182). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.