The University of Texas and the leaders of its fundraising campaign are at odds with the university’s governing board regarding standards for counting donations of software and other intellectual property.
The dispute came to light in a letter included in documents presented at Wednesday’s meeting of the UT System Board of Regents. It is the latest point of contention in more than two years of disputes between the Austin campus and its bosses concerning tuition, graduation rates and other matters.
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