Hussey Named Interim President of Texas A&M University

Mark Hussey was named interim president of Texas A&M University in College Station by a unanimous Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Saturday.

Hussey will ascend to the temporary position in mid-January, after current President R. Bowen Loftin officially departs to become chancellor of the University of Missouri. It was noted at the board meeting that Hussey, whose starting annual salary in the interim position will be $425,000, will not be a candidate for the permanent presidency.

Hussey, A&M's dean of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the system’s vice chancellor for agricultural agencies, was backed by ...

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