Hance to Retire as Texas Tech Chancellor

Updated, Friday, 10/11/2013, 4:35 p.m.: Texas Tech University Chancellor Kent Hance will retire next year and become chancellor emeritus of that system, he announced Friday. He plans to keep an office on the Lubbock campus and will continue to teach what the school called "his extremely popular seminar class on leadership." 

Texas Tech's full statement on his retirement is pasted at the bottom of this story. 

Updated, 10:40 p.m.: Sources at the Texas Tech University System confirmed late Thursday that Chancellor Kent Hance intends to announce on Friday that he ...

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