The Texas A&M University Board of Regents selected Andrew L. Strong as the A&M System’s new general counsel.
Björn Kjerfve has been appointed president of the World Maritime University, an affiliation of the International Maritime Organization.
Solis, a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, is a 30-year lawman and 40-year military veteran who was recently sworn in as new police chief.
Texas A&M University administrators Sherylon Carroll, John Crawford and Phillip Ray have been chosen by Gov. Rick Perry to participate in the Governor‘s Executive Development Program.
Richard Kardys, a 1967 graduate of Texas A&M University has joined the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees.
Two Texas A&M students have been selected as institutional nominees for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
Stark recently pledged $105,000 to Mays Business School in the form of an estate gift, as well as an additional $105,000 to the 12th Man Foundation.
Often, the dilemma facing graduates is not getting a job offer; it’s deciding which job offer to accept.