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TTU names sole finalist for Founding President, Dean of HSC El Paso
Dr. Richard Lange has been selected as the sole finalist for the founding president and new dean of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso. Chancellor Kent Hance made the announcement Friday. Lange, 58, is the vice chairman of...
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