When it comes to the next president of Texas A&M, there are many opinions on which qualities he or she should possess.
The presidential search committee got to hear some of those suggestions Friday afternoon at a public forum at Texas A&M. The committee invited public comment as it begins narrowing down its list of possible candidates.
Citizens, faculty and students all got a chance to speak, including Aggie Jess Fields. "What we really want to see out of this process, and what we've failed to see in the past on certain issues, is that your committee, your search process is going to interface with the student body," said Fields.
The committee plans to have three finalists by February
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