Peg L. Hohensee

Dr. Peg L. Hohensee is the Mathematics Department Chair at Purdue Global (formerly Kaplan University). Peg brings to the position nearly 20 years experience in education.

Peg completed a Bachelor of Arts in Special and Elementary Education (dual major) from Nicholls State University (NSU) in 1993. After completing her degree, she began her teaching career with Lafourche Parish School Systems. Peg later returned to NSU to earn an MEd in curriculum and instruction (2001) and an MS in applied mathematics (2005). While working on her advanced degrees, Peg held the position of Program Coordinator for the Louisiana Center for Dyslexia and Related Learning Disorders which is located on the NSU campus.

Peg left NSU for Fletcher Technical Community College in 2005 where she began as a math instructor. She was promoted to Dean of Arts and Sciences and later to Dean of Student Affairs. During her tenure at Fletcher, Peg participated in the Louisiana Community and Technical College System’s Leadership Development Institute and was the Louisiana Community College Math Delegate to the American Diploma Project. In 2012, Peg earned her PhD in Educational Leadership and Research specializing in Educational Technology from Louisiana State University (LSU).

On a personal note, Peg has been married to Myron Hohensee for 30 happy years. Their oldest son, Gerard, graduated from NSU with a B.G.S. Peg’s youngest son, Jacob, graduated from Fletcher Technical Community College with an A.S. in Drafting and Design.