Laci Hardman joins Texas Tech CASNR dean's office administrative staff
By: Norman Martin
Laci Hardman has been named Director of Administration & Finance with Texas Tech University's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Dean's Office. She stepped into her new position on Monday (Feb. 1).
"I am extremely excited to join the CASNR team and looking forward to continuing to build relationships across campus while advancing my existing knowledge," Hardman said.
Hardman duties include coordinating and managing operating, differential tuition, research, and startup funds in CASNR. In addition she will be assisting departments with budgets, faculty salaries and the annual budget prep, as well as holding quarterly meetings with CASNR business managers.
Other activities are verifying and reconciling revenue, expenditure and budget balances in the Dean's Office and CASNR Student Success Center, in addition to serving as business manager for the Department of Veterinary Sciences. She will also complete and certify the inventory report for the Dean's Office, Student Success Center, Development Office, Department of Veterinary Sciences and Dairy Barn equipment.
Prior to joining the CASNR Dean's Office, Hardman served as assistant director of business operations and lead administrator of business operations with Employment and Financial Services in Texas Tech's College of Human Sciences. She also worked as a senior analyst and analyst II in the college.
Her bachelor's degree in general business (management/marketing/ finance) and her master's degree in business administration and finance is from Texas A&M University-Canyon.
CONTACT: Cindy Akers, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Programs, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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