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AAU Board of Directors today issued a statement in support of research on gun safety and public health research on gun violence.
AAU today released the aggregate results of the Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct, a survey it undertook in partnership with 27 universities.
The primary goal of the Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct was to provide participating institutions of higher education with information to inform policies to prevent and respond to sexual assault and misconduct.
AAU testimony at Senate HELP Committee hearing on combating sexual assault on college campuses.
Testimony on "Reauthorizing the Higher Education Act: Combating Campus Sexual Assault."
AAU announced today that 27 of its U.S. public and private research universities, along with one non-member institution, will participate in its national sexual assault climate survey this spring.
Remarks by AAU President, Hunter Rawlings, on Gun Violence, February 4, 2013
AAU President, Hunter R. Rawlings III, writes in support of legislation to remove restrictions on federal funding for firearms research.
The following statement is on behalf of the Association of American Universities believing that the time has come for the United States to confront our culture of violence, particularly violence perpetrated by guns.
The most important safety issue facing universities today is how to better prevent and effectively respond to sexual assaults on college campuses.