Prepared statement of Brad Choate, former vice chancellor for the Division of University Advancement at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to the Legislature's Joint Performance Review Committee on Jan. 7, 2014.
A prepared statement by John Diamond, former associate vice chancellor of university relations for the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, to a second legislative panel about the $4 million deficit spending by the school's fundraising office.
A letter from state legislators to John Threet, 4th Judicial District prosecuting attorney, regarding the University of Arkansas.
UA spokesman John Diamond claims the prosecutor handling an investigation of UA's legislative audit of the university's advancement division erred in part of his report about the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's request under the Freedom of Information Act.
Brad Choate, the former director of the University of Arkansas' advancement division, had prepared a 15-page statement to deliver Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, to the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee regarding an audit of that division. The panel opted to not hear testimony from neither Choate nor Joy Sharp, the division's former budget officer, before accepting the audit as sound.
A state prosecutor tasked to investigate auditors' questions regarding a multimillion dollar deficit in the University of Arkansas' Advancement Division has determined that no criminal wrongdoing took place.
An investigative report from the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee on the University of Arkansas Division of University of Advancement.