The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents is set to approve upcoming budgets, begin the process of selecting a new president for its flagship institution and create a new executive vice chancellor position.
The regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday to discuss and vote on the topics. The regents will consider creation of a right-hand man of sorts for System Chancellor John Sharp, an executive vice chancellor and chief financial officer. The system's six vice chancellors would report to the new position, which would be directly accountable to the chancellor.
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