Louise Weber

Faculty Teaching

Biology/Environmental Science

 

University of Saint Francis

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Full-time since 2012

 

Warren Wilson College

Asheville, North Carolina

Full-time 1997-2012

 

Emory University

Atlanta, Georgia

Full-time 1995-1997

 

Clemson University

Clemson, South Carolina

Adjunct 1994-1995

 

Adams State College

Alamosa, Colorado

Part-time Lab Instructor

1989-1990

Research

 

Faculty advisor for over 75 undergraduate research projects since 1995.

 

Current focus is prairie restoration, Peregrine Falcon hacking, and history of Native Americans in local area, early history of Fort Wayne.

Other Experience

 

Biology Department Chair

University of Saint Francis, 4 years

 

Env. Studies Department Chair

Warren Wilson College, 10 years

 

Whooping Crane Researcher

Monte Verde, Colorado, spring 1990

 

Piping Plover Researcher

Hensler, North Dakota

summers 1989, 1990

 

Environmental Educator

Camp Ville de Niza

Thoreau, New Mexico, summer 1988

 

Snail Diversity Researcher

South Bend, Indiana, spring 1988

 

Laboratory Technician

Indiana University Medical School 1984-1985

 

Laboratory Technician

Indiana Board of Animal Health 1983-1984

 

Environmental Educator

Lindenwood Nature Preserve

Fort Wayne, Indiana, summer 1983

Education

Ph.D. Clemson University

Foraging ecology and conservation of shorebirds in South Carolina coastal wetlands.  Dr. Susan Haig, advisor.

 

M.S. University of Notre Dame

Interactions of grazing snails and periphyton in northern Wisconsin lakes.  Dr. David Lodge, advisor.

 

B.S. Saint Mary’s College

Notre Dame, Indiana

Biology major, chemistry minor

Senior Thesis:  Painted turtle speciation.

Peregrine Falcon parents feeding chicks atop AEP Building in Fort Wayne, from AEPs Falconcam.

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