UT President Powers Keeps Job, Encouraged to Improve

University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers will keep his job for the foreseeable future, following a Thursday meeting of the University of Texas System Board of Regents at which there was a chance of his future being put to a vote.

The board's agenda called for regents to have a closed-door discussion followed by a vote on a "recommendation by Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Chancellor concerning employment of William C. Powers, Jr., as President of The University of Texas at Austin."

Given ongoing conflicts between UT-Austin and UT System administrators, exactly how that discussion ...

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