• Asst Professor University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Work Entomology Hall (ENTO) 109E
Lincoln NE 68583-0816
Louise specializes in community science and Extension programming situated in One Health and entomology. She employs qualitative (grounded theory, case study, etc.) and mixed method research methods to study human-insect interactions.


  • Ph D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2016
  • MS, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2012
  • BS, Fairleigh Dickinson Univeristy, 2006
  • Other, University of Florida, 2021
  • Other, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2015

icon-documentPublications and Other Intellectual Contributions

  • Assessing Validity in Mixed Methods Research: Extending the Legitimation Typology, Journal of Mixed Methods Research
  • Change Is the Only Constant, Change Is the Only Constant, December 2019
  • In Their Own Words: The Significance of Participant Perceptions in Assessing Entomology Citizen Science Learning Outcomes Using a Mixed Methods Approach, Insects, February 2018
  • Transference of Citizen Science Program Impacts: A Theory Grounded in Public Participation in Scientific Research, Diversity, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2021

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