The Energy Sciences Coalition, of which AAU is a member, released a statement urging Congress to appropriate $8.8 billion in FY23 for the Department of Energy Office of Science.
AAU joined a community statement highlighting the importance of open academic inquiry and debate on campus to guaranteeing a thriving democracy.
AAU, Associations Issue Joint Statement Regarding Dangerous State Restrictions on COVID-19 Public Health Measures
AAU joined ACHA, ACE, and 26 other higher education associations in issuing a joint statement about state restrictions that have prevented colleges from deploying evidence-based public health measures to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks on campus.
AAU joined over 190 organizations and individuals in signing on to a statement to the new Biden-Harris Administration and 117th Congress in Support of Bipartisan Immigration Reform.
The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research issued a statement calling on negotiators to include emergency funding for medical research in the potential COVID-19 relief measure and to complete the FY1 appropriations process as quickly as possible.
The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research, which includes AAU, issued a statement supportive of the $15.5 billion include in Senate Republicans’ pandemic relief plan.
United for Medical Research, of which AAU is a member, released a statement praising Senate Republicans for including $15.5 for NIH in their COVID-19 relief proposal.
United for Medical Research, which includes AAU, released a statement thanking the House Appropriations Committee Labor-Health and Human Services-Education subcommittee for approving a $5.5. billion increase for the NIH.
The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research released a statement thanking the House Appropriations Committee Labor-Health and Human Services-Education subcommittee for recognizing that the NIH remains a “key national priority despite the restrictive subcommittee funding allocation imposed by the impractical pre-pandemic discretionary spending caps.”
AAU has joined ACE, APLU, and several other higher education associations to assemble a set of principles to assist colleges and universities as they manage an important aspect of this crisis: how to evaluate academic credit and assess students’ transcripts.