Rick O'Donnell, a controversial adviser to the University of Texas Board of Regents -- seen as promoting the ideas of Governor Rick Perry, a Republican -- is no longer employed by the system, the Associated Press reported. O'Donnell blamed senior officials at the system office and the flagship campus at Austin for obstructing research he was doing on whether faculty members spend enough time teaching.
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