The governing board of Texas A&M University named a top official in Aggieland on Friday as the sole finalist for president of the College Station campus.
Elsa Murano, 48, would be not only the first woman to lead the university but also the first Hispanic. She is currently vice chancellor of agriculture for the A&M System and dean of the university's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. She was previously undersecretary for food safety for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Before that, she was a faculty member at A&M.
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