Eagle Staff Report
Texas A&M's vice president for research, Jeffrey Seemann, will head a search committee that will look for the senior vice president for administration, officials said Thursday.
The new position -- which President R. Bowen Loftin announced the creation of this week -- will be a senior adviser to the president and oversee non-academic operations such as the facilities division and the Physical Plant.
Other members of the search committee have not been selected, but Loftin said it will have broad representation, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff members.
A master's degree and 10 years of relevant experience is required. Extensive knowledge of Texas A&M is preferred.
The search follows the elimination this week of the vice president for facilities position at Texas A&M.