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A&M Losing a Fourth Vice President

Photo of Rodney McClendon courtesy of A&M.

Photo of Rodney McClendon courtesy of A&M.

There are 11 Vice Presidents at A&M. On November first, four of them will be interim VP’s.

The latest to leave is Rodney McClendon, who returned to A&M in January 2011 as Vice President of Administration.

McClendon previously spent 15 years in College Station and Galveston before working at the University of North Texas for one year.

The administration division, which oversees the police department, the airport, campus utilities, and environmental services among other functions; will be led by finance vice-president B.J. Crain on an interim basis.

Three other interim VP’s are currently in charge of Marketing and Communications, Research, and the Health Science Center.

And A&M is in the early stages of selecting a new President. No interim has been named for Bowen Loftin after he steps down in January.

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Posted by on Oct 22 2013. Filed under Featured Stories, News.


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