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This week's newsletter features concerns over proposed cuts to federal student aid programs, a consortium to improve access to clean water, a new route to student loan forgiveness by the Biden administration, and more.
This week's newsletter features the House Appropriations Committee's FY24 Agency funding bill, a new poll that shows shrinking confidence in higher education, universities' opinions on Supreme Court's decision on race-conscious admissions, and more.
This week's leading research universities report features the value of diverse campus communities, AAU members to host centers aimed at improving cancer outcomes in low-income communities, a new report on foreign-funded language and culture institutes, and more
This weeks newsletter features the Interim Report from the AAU Task Force on Expanding U.S.-India University Partnerships, an update on the FY24 Appropriations,
This week's newsletter features the introduction of the Lowering Education Costs & Debt Act, the US-India Task Force Interim Report, an FY24 Appropriations update, Prospective college students increasingly say they feel unprepared for higher education, and more.
This weeks' newsletter features President Biden's veto of a bill blocking student debt relief, G7 best practices for secure & open research, what history textbooks teach teens about climate change, and more.
This week's newsletter features items welcoming new six universities to AAU Membership, detailing the debt ceiling deal, looking at the Department of Educations new "gainful employment rules, and more.
This week's newsletter features possible effects of debt default on higher education and research, a FY24 appropriations update, a feature about how the share of Hispanic college students has nearly doubled since 2005, and more.
This week's newsletter features AAU urging Appropriators to prioritize investments in higher education, Rice University partners with HBCU, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Recognizes 31 Exceptional Early-Career Faculty, and more.