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BRIEF: Texas A&M VP B.J. Crain takes new position with university

August 7, 2014

By Emily Wilkins, The Eagle, Bryan, Texas



Aug. 07--After resigning her post as Texas A&M University's vice president for finance and administration on Aug. 31, B.J. Crain will begin as special assistant to the vice chancellor and dean for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Crain will help agency directors and CFOs on financial and administrative oversight and construction projects, said William A. Dugas, acting vice chancellor and dean for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, in a letter to A&M's AgriLife Development office.

"B.J. spent time with agriculture early in her career, and we are excited she has chosen to come back to work with us again. I am confident she will provide valuable advice, counsel and service, and I encourage you to avail yourself of her knowledge and experience," Dugas wrote.

Currently, the position of special assistant to the vice chancellor is held by Neville Clarke. His salary is $83,334 -- $201,666 below Crain's current salary of $285,000, according to a database compiled by The Texas Tribune.

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