Although there won't be bow ties or tweets, Texas A&M Interim President Mark Hussey doesn't expect there to be many visible changes as he takes over the university's top spot from R. Bowen Loftin.
Hussey's first day on the job is Tuesday, and it's unclear how long he will serve in the role. System Chancellor John Sharp said previously a new president could be hired as early as March. Hussey said he would not be a candidate to fill the position full time.
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