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AAU, along with four other higher education organizations, joined a Statement for the Record led by ACE to the House Subcommittees on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions and Higher Education and Workforce Development regarding the Hearing on “Safeguarding Student-Athletes from NLRB Misclassification.”
In response to news from the Department of Education (ED) announcing changes that will result in some students qualifying for more federal Pell Grants, we encourage colleges and universities to provide flexibility to students and families as they consider their offers of admission and financial aid.
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 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.