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This edition of AAU's Weekly Wrap-up reviews Senate approval of the FY17 Energy & Water funding bill, a 75-organization letter urging the House Science Committee to review a small business research bill, an analysis of Common Rule comments, and more.
This edition of the AAU Weekly Wrap-up looks at the status of FY17 appropriations, an FAA clarification on student drone use, and IRS delay in tuition reporting change.
This edition of the AAU Weekly Wrap-up covers the Senate's failure to approve an FY17 energy and water funding bill, an IRS tax glitch for international students and faculty at U.S. universities, and association comments on teacher preparation regulations.
The AAU Weekly Wrap-up covers FY17 funding action for energy research, NSF, and NASA, as well as accreditation news and more.
This edition of the AAU Weekly Wrap-up features House and Senate appropriations action, AAU and COGR comments submitted to the OMB on a proposed open source software policy, and the release of a new resource for strengthening campus research safety.
This edition of the AAU Weekly Wrap-up features coverage of the FY17 appropriations process, our statement against taxing university endowments, Senate comt. approval of five biomedical innovation bills, and more.
This edition of the AAU Weekly Wrap-up covers a House Small Business bill increasing SBIR/STTR research set-asides, an association letter to the House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives, and regulatory reform bills introduced in the House and Senate.
House FY17 Budget Plan Calls for Major Outyear Funding Cuts; AAU Issues Statement about House FY17 Budget Resolution; House Subcommittee to Mark Up First FY17 Appropriations Bill; House Subcommittee Chair Plans to Increase NIH FY17 Appropriations; Higher Education Associations Submit Joint FY17 Appropriations Requests Senate Confirms John King as Secretary of Education; Senate Commerce Committee Okays FAA Bill with sUAS Language for Higher Education; Labor Department Draft Overtime Rule at OMB; Legislation Introduced to Block Implementation
Senate Vote on Secretary of Education Nominee Scheduled for Monday; Associations Urge IRS to Delay Changing Reporting Requirements; DHS Publishes Final Rule on STEM OPT Program
House Republican Budget Calls for Cuts in Mandatory Spending; Senators Introduce Bill to Ensure Continued Research and Education Use of sUAS; AAU and APLU Issue Joint Statement of Support; House Subcommittee Looks at Freedom of Speech on Campus; House Select Panel Holds Hearing on Ethics of Fetal Tissue Research; Association Comments Propose Changes to Section 1201 of Copyright Act