KETR Local
11:28 am
Thu December 13, 2007

Impact of A&M University's new president on TAMU-C

Scott Harvey

Commerce – Dr. Elsa Murano has been selected as the sole finalist for the position of Texas A&M University President at College Station. The recent decision will leave a void at her current position, Vice Chancellor of Agriculture of the A&M System.

Dr. Murano will become eligible to become president later this month. The nation wide search that chose her is the same process A&M Commerce will follow to find its next president.

Click the MP3 icon to listen as A&M Commerce Agricultural Sciences Professor David Crenshaw speaks on how he feels good relations will remain within the program when a new vice chancellor is appointed.