Biology

Laura Weiser-Erlandson, A&M-Central Texas Associate Professor and Biology Department Chair, poses with a skeleton in her classroom.

When Laura Weiser-Erlandson, Texas A&M University-Central Texas associate professor and Biology Department chair, first interviewed at the Killeen university in 2014, she was excited.

“Here was this new university, doing so many things differently,” she said. “I was immediately drawn to its transfer and completion mission and the emphasis on building its programs. When I got the offer to join them, I couldn’t get there fast enough.”

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