Texas A&M University is close to creating a branch campus in Israel, sources close to the situation tell The Eagle.
High-ranking A&M System and university administrators recently have made trips to the country to negotiate the partnership, according to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity. They said the initiative has not been finalized but that an announcement is tentatively scheduled for Oct. 23. They say A&M System Chancellor John Sharp, who has been steering the effort, has a serious interest in a second physical presence for A&M in the Middle East.
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