Joe Ramirez Named Vice President of Student Affairs at Texas A&M | Texas A&M
Retired Brig. Gen. Joe Ramirez Jr. has been named Texas A&M vice president for student affairs, the university announced Friday afternoon.
Ramirez had served as acting vice president for student affairs since June, replacing Danny Pugh after the university named Mr Katherine Banks as president.
Prior to that, Ramirez had served as commander of the university’s Cadet Corps for 11 years.
“Joe Ramirez is a strong advocate for our students and in just six months he has made great strides in aligning university processes, policies and organizational structure within the Student Affairs Division,” Banks said. in a press release announcing this decision. “He has worked closely with student leaders and is committed to providing high-impact opportunities and experiences for our student body.”
Ramirez, a Houston native, graduated from Texas A&M in 1979 with a degree in physical education. He earned a master’s degree in management from Webster University in St. Louis and a master’s degree in strategic studies from the US Army War College in Pennsylvania.
Retired Colonel Byron Stebbins served as Acting Commanding Officer of the Corps of Cadets.
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