Galveston County Daily News, Jan. 9, 2007 GALVESTON — University of Texas Medical Branch’s faculty must be prepared to accept changes if the campus is going to be successful in the future. That verdict, pronounced by Dr. Kenneth Shine, executive vice chancellor of health affairs for the University of Texas system, seemed to be accepted Monday by the several hundred faculty members who gathered to hear him. Shine warned his audience members they needed to be ready to embrace a new salary structure and a new patient mix and break their reliance on state funding as soon as possible.