Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Pankratz leaves

Today's Eagle:
A top financial officer of Texas A&M University has resigned to become vice chancellor for finance for the University of North Texas System.

Terry Pankratz, vice president and chief financial officer, has worked at the 49,000-student university and within the A&M System that governs it for nearly 22 years.

Administrative changes announced in January appeared to lessen Pankratz' role.

In a series of moves that more closely aligned the flagship College Station campus with the A&M System, he was made to report directly to B.J. Crain, who is now the chief business officer for both the university and the A&M System. She reports both to Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin and A&M System Chancellor Mike McKinney.

A spokesman for Loftin, Jason Cook, said Crain will lead the university's Division of Finance.

"At this time," Cook wrote in an e-mail, "there are not any plans to fill Mr. Pankratz' position."
Resistance is futile...you will be assimilated...

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