Baccalaureate Adjunct Faculty
M.S. in Biology from Western Carolina University.
Louisa Collins received her M.S. in Biology from Western Carolina University and a B.S. in Biology from University of Central Florida. She currently works for Unity College as an adjunct teacher as well as a Research Scientist in the field of Wildlife Conservation Genetics. Louisa’s areas of research include population genetics, conservation, ecology, and herpetology. Louisa works with various species of different taxa but most of her research involves state and federally listed herpetofauna including Bog Turtles and Hickory Nut Gorge Green Salamanders.