Baylor's senior vice president and chief operating officer is stepping down

Dr. Reagan Ramsower, Baylor's Senior Vice President and Chief Operation Officer will be stepping down form his positions in May.

WACO - Dr. Reagan Ramsower, Baylor University's senior vice president and chief operating officer, will be stepping down from his positions in May.  That announcement came in a letter to faculty and staff from the university's president, Dr. Linda Livingstone, on Wednesday morning.

Dr. Ramsower joined Baylor University as a faculty member in 1983 and joined the school's administration department in 2000.

In a statement of his own, Dr. Ramsower said, "In 2000, after 17 years as a professor, I was asked to serve in a fulltime administrative capacity for Baylor University. Most recently, I felt it important to help Baylor through a very difficult time in the University’s history. This is an institution that I love dearly and has been a part of my family for many generations. With the hiring of President Livingstone, the door has opened for a new Baylor administration, and she has my full support and help as she leads the University into the future and rebuilds a fresh leadership team for Baylor."


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