Among the topics the teams will discuss are how a combined university should be structured, the makeup of its governing board, and what to name it.

I don't understand why 'among' should be in the sentence?
Could you explain it in detail?
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Well, to begin with, I'm sure you understand what among means, Jey, and that it's used when referring to three or more of something.

In this context (And thanks for supplying context!) among means something like "including but not limited to ..." In other words, the writer mentions three topics that the teams will discuss, but they're not the only topics; there will be others as well.

I hope that helps, my friend.

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