Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Office: 2144 Pleasant Hall
PhD, Human Ecology, Louisiana State University, 2014
MS, Vocational Education, Louisiana State University, 2000
BS, Human Ecology, Louisiana State University, 1997
Hannah graduated with her PhD in Human Ecology, Child and Family Studies in 2014. She began teaching courses as an adjunct instructor in Child and Family Studies courses at both LSU and Southeastern Louisiana University. She was hired on to the LSU School of Social Work faculty as an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in the Child and Family Studies Department in January of 2018.
Plauche, H. P., Marks, L. D., & Hawkins, A. J. (2016). Why we chose to stay together: Qualitative interviews with separated couples who chose to reconcile. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 57(5), 317-337.
Kelley, R. N., Lawrence, F. C., Plauche, H. P. (2013). Increasing influence of the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning: Documentation of Indexing in Prominent Databases, Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, 24(2), 3-4.
“Financial Considerations in Making the Decision to Divorce or Reconcile.” Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL, November 19, 2015.
“Do Finances Influence the Decision to Divorce or Reconcile,” Academy of Financial Services Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, October 15, 2015. 15
“The Influence of Finances in the Decision to Reconcile Marriage.” ACCI: Research Consumer Economic and Financial Issues Annual Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL, May 21, 2015