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Sunday, December 4, 2022
Home Will McClatchey (left), vice president and director of research at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, joins Dr. Jaime Taylor, APSU interim provost and vice president of academic affairs, and Dr. L. Dwayne Estes, APSU associate professor of biology and principle investigator for the Center of Excellence in Field Biology, for a special breakfast meeting on campus. (Beth Liggett/APSU) Will McClatchey (left), vice president and director of research at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, joins Dr. Jaime Taylor, APSU interim provost and vice president of academic affairs, and Dr. L. Dwayne Estes, APSU associate professor of biology and principle investigator for the Center of Excellence in Field Biology, for a special breakfast meeting on campus. (Beth Liggett/APSU)

Will McClatchey (left), vice president and director of research at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, joins Dr. Jaime Taylor, APSU interim provost and vice president of academic affairs, and Dr. L. Dwayne Estes, APSU associate professor of biology and principle investigator for the Center of Excellence in Field Biology, for a special breakfast meeting on campus. (Beth Liggett/APSU)

Will McClatchey (left), vice president and director of research at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, joins Dr. Jaime Taylor, APSU interim provost and vice president of academic affairs, and Dr. L. Dwayne Estes, APSU associate professor of biology and principle investigator for the Center of Excellence in Field Biology, for a special breakfast meeting on campus. (Beth Liggett/APSU)

Officials with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) visited APSU to discuss a potential partnership with the University’s Center of Excellence for Field Biology. Dr. Dwayne Estes, APSU associate professor of botany, is now a joint appointee to both BRIT and the APSU Center.