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Joseph F. Weber

Vice President, Student Affairs

Texas A&M University

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Texas A&M University

5000 Tamu

College Station, Texas,77843

United States

Company Description

Texas A&M University, recognized as having one of the premier engineering programs in the world, has offered undergraduate degrees in chemical, electrical, mechanical and petroleum engineering at Qatar Foundation's Education City campus since 2003, and graduat...more

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Employment History

Environmental Scientist

Parsons Corporation


Executive Director

Texas Department of Transportation


Chief of Staff

Multinational Force Iraq


Lieutenant General

U.S. Marine Corps


Affiliations

Christian Mothers Society of St. Agnes Church

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A&M


bachelor's degree

Texas A&M University


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public administration

University of Texas


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Joe Weber resigns as TxDOT executive director

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Joe Weber resigns as TxDOT executive director
Oct 9th 2015 | Posted in Newsby Peter Partheymuller txdot_logo The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has experienced a lot of change in the past year, and those changes just keep on coming. The latest news came with Tuesday's announcement of the resignation of TxDOT Executive Director Joe Weber (pictured) just 18 months into his tenure at TxDOT. Weber announced his resignation in an email to TxDOT staff Tuesday. "The opportunity to lead and serve at your side over the past 18 months has been a true highlight in my life," Weber wrote. "It has been an incredible honor to serve both for you and with you in the higher calling that we as public servants have chosen. "With utmost respect and admiration for the TxDOT family, I announce to you I will be departing TxDOT at the end of this calendar year." Weber came to TxDOT in April 2014 from Texas A&M University, where he had been vice president for student affairs since 2008. Prior to that, he served for more than 35 years in the United States Marine Corps, from which he retired as a three-star general in 2007. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin.


TxDOT names Weber new executive director - Southeast Tarrant Transportation Partnership

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Joe Weber, a vice president at Texas A&M University, was selected April 4 as the new executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation.
Weber will took over April 23 with a salary of $273,000, according to TxDOT documents. He replaces former Executive Director Phil Wilson, who left in December to lead the Lower Colorado River Authority to replace outgoing General Manager Becky Motal. The Texas Transportation Commissionâ€"the governing body for TxDOTâ€"voted to approve Weber as the new department head during a special-called meeting April 4. Weber is the right person at the right time to make a great agency even better.â€� Weber will leave his post as vice president of student affairs for Texas A&M, where he is also a graduate. In addition, he has a master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas. At Texas A&M, Weber was in charge of strategic planning, direction and development of fiscal and human resources. He also was responsible for crisis management and oversight of more than 900 student organizations. Weber served 36 years in the military and was a lieutenant general in the United States Marine Corps where he was responsible for more than 75,000 marines and sailors. His other duties involved training, education and combat readiness of those in the military. “As TxDOT continues its transformation in becoming a best-in-class agency, Gen. Weber is the right fit for this department,â€� Commissioner Jeff Moseley said in a news release. “The general’s proven track record and collaborative nature will help the department work even more closely with the legislature and other key transportation stakeholders.â€�


SETTP News Archives - Page 5 of 6 - SETTP

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The way Joe Weber sees it, the state transportation agency needs to increase financing for commuter and freight projects if it is to build the infrastructure that Texans are going to want and need in the decades ahead.
Joe Weber, a vice president at Texas A&M University, was selected April 4 as the new executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation. Weber will took over April 23 with a salary of $273,000, according to TxDOT documents. He replaces former Executive Director Phil Wilson, who left in December to lead the Lower Colorado River Authority to replace outgoing General Manager Becky Motal. The Texas Transportation Commissionâ€"the governing body for TxDOTâ€"voted to approve Weber as the new department head during a special-called meeting April 4. Weber is the right person at the right time to make a great agency even better.â€� Weber will leave his post as vice president of student affairs for Texas A&M, where he is also a graduate. In addition, he has a master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas. At Texas A&M, Weber was in charge of strategic planning, direction and development of fiscal and human resources. He also was responsible for crisis management and oversight of more than 900 student organizations. Weber served 36 years in the military and was a lieutenant general in the United States Marine Corps where he was responsible for more than 75,000 marines and sailors. His other duties involved training, education and combat readiness of those in the military. “As TxDOT continues its transformation in becoming a best-in-class agency, Gen. Weber is the right fit for this department,â€� Commissioner Jeff Moseley said in a news release. “The general’s proven track record and collaborative nature will help the department work even more closely with the legislature and other key transportation stakeholders.â€�


www.kbtx.com

Joe Weber made the announcement Tuesday.
The former three-star Marine general was chosen only last year to run the agency. Weber, a 1972 Texas A&M graduate, had served as Texas A&M University's vice president for student affairs before being selected in April 2014 to lead TxDOT. According to a statement released by TxDOT, Weber in his announcement to the agency's 11,000 employees called his past 18 months "a true highlight in my life. The agency is primarily responsible for maintaining and expanding the 80,000-mile state highway system. The 65-year-old didn't say in the statement why he was leaving the $299,000-a-year job.


www.kerrycollinslaw.com

Joe Weber, former vice president of student affairs at Texas A&M, brings his unconventional background to the position.
Although he is not an engineer, Weber is not new to the world of construction and infrastructure projects thanks to his 36 years in the Marine Corps. Weber has a vision to take Texas commuters into the future. At the top of his list of priorities is the need to decrease the number of fatal car accidents on Texas highways. Since the start of 2014, there have been 1,100 fatal car accidents. For Weber, he has said that this is an embarrassment. During his tenure, he hopes to focus more on modes of transportation rather than merely building roads. Texas is projected to have 55 million residents within the next 40 years. The Texas Department of Transportation must be prepared to meet the needs of these commuters. The Department of Transportation originated from the state highway department. As such, much of the funding is set to finance construction projects. Weber will have to find new ways to fund future needs and projects.


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