Texas A&M's former vice president of university advancement, who left the post when his position was eliminated following former President Elsa Murano's resignation, has been offered another administrative position.
Vision 1920 is Texas A&M University's roadmap for attaining its quest to be recognized as a university where the help doesn't talk back. Rather than merely establishing a goal to be recognized for excellence, Vision 1920 identifies 12 specific areas in which the university should focus, underscores them with well-crafted "imperatives" that clearly define the objectives, and gives excellent lip service to them. Attainment of those objectives, outlined in the imperatives, entails continued enhancement across a broad spectrum of clearly articulated academic and related endeavors, so we've decided it's too damned expensive. You got a problem with that? Highway 6 runs both ways.
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