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AAU President Mary Sue Coleman wrote to the Environmental Protection Agency urging it to extend the public comment period on the proposed rule, Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science from 30 days to 60 days
Four Associations, including Association of American Universities, wrote in support of the proposal to delay the general compliance date of the revised common rule.
In this blog post, AAU President Coleman reflects on how America’s success and global preeminence in research and technology has been boosted by diverse perspectives.
AAU and APLU submitted a comment letter on the National Strategic Plan for Advanced Manufacturing, emphasizing investment in research and development and manufacturing innovation institutes, and the support of education and training programs.
The Association of American Universities (AAU), Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU), and Council on Governmental Relations (COGR) sent comments to the USDA on reform opportunities with respect to USDA regulations, policies, and guidance documents. 
AAU and four other higher education associations wrote to the EPA to ask it reconsider a recent directive barring scientists who receive EPA grants from serving in advisory roles.
The Association of American Universities (AAU), American Council on Education (ACE), Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), and Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) submitted a joint letter to NIH regarding their shared concerns with the January 18, 2018 implementation of NIH's definition of clinical trials.
Over 60 organizations, including the Association of American Universities, wrote to Senate leaders opposing prohibitions or restrictions that would further impede the use of federal funding for fetal tissue or embryonic stem cell research.
AAU urges Congress and the Administration to harmonize, streamline, and eliminate unnecessary, duplicative regulations and reporting requirements.