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Relieved at findings, UA trustees look to learn from mistakes

University of Arkansas System trustees expressed relief Thursday that a prosecutor’s investigation found no crime in its examination of matters forwarded by the Legislative Audit Division regarding a multimillion-dollar deficit in the Fayetteville campus’s University Advancement Division. Trustee Mark Waldrip said he was “pleased to know that there was no criminal wrongdoing.” Ben Hyneman, the trustee who heads the board’s audit committee, said the report’s findings were “largely what I ...

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  • Headline: Relieved at findings, UA trustees look to learn from mistakes
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 9 on 12/13/2013
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