The Texas A&M University System's vice chancellor for Global and Corporate Partnerships retired Monday, a few months after the high-ranking position was created.
Terry Fossum has worked for Texas A&M since 1987. She was named Texas A&M's interim vice president for research in 2012 and in May became vice chancellor -- a position in which she earned $370,000 annually and reported directly to System Chancellor John Sharp. The regents unanimously created the position to foster the creation of public-private partnerships for the system and its universities.
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