Seven former vice presidents for student affairs gathered in Aggieland today for a lively panel discussion organized for Division of Student Affairs staff. Only one was missing from the lineup: Dr. John J. Koldus III, Texas A&M’s first and longest-serving vice president for student affairs (1973 to 1993), who was unable to attend the event.
Current Vice President for Student Affairs Daniel J. Pugh Sr. moderated the group in a presentation titled “A Legacy of Student Centeredness,” during which the former leaders shared stories and answered questions submitted by DSA employees.
The panel of TAMU vice presidents for student affairs (VPSA) included:
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