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On this week's newsletter, AAU institutions among top producers of Fulbright students and scholars, universities increase spending from their endowments, majority of the American public supports scientific research and trusts scientists, and more.
On this week's newsletter, AAU Co-Hosts Welcome Reception for New NIH Director, some colleges extend financial aid, enrollment commitment deadlines in response to FASFA delays, friends of IES urges Congress to increase appropriations for Institute of Education Sciences, and more.
In this week's newsletter, AAU urges colleges to extend financial aid & enrollment commitment deadlines, the National Science Foundation establishes 10 regional innovation engines, new report emphasizes the value of a bachelor’s degree, and more.
On this week's newsletter, college enrollment ticks up for the first time since the pandemic, nine AAU presidents join initiative to advance civic preparedness in college, Arizona State University partners with OpenAI, and more.
On this week's newsletter, appropriators still waiting for subcommittee allocations, AAU, associations submit comments on NSF’s Public Access Plan 2.0, Biden administration announces additional $4.9 billion in student debt relief, and more.
On this week's newsletter, Congress averts partial government shutdown, Chairwoman Foxx introduces the College Cost Reduction Act, lawmakers introduce the Protecting Students on Campus Act, and more.
On this week's newsletter, Congress has less than a week to prevent a partial government shutdown, six AAU universities receive Sloan grants to transform STEM doctoral programs, NEH announces grants supporting humanities projects nationwide, and more.
This week's newsletter features recommendations from the Homeland Security Academic Partnership Council Subcommittee, a letter from coalition groups requesting supplemental funding for research activities at key federal science agencies, and more.
On this week's newsletter a house bill threatens ability of some students to take out federal loans, AAU universities partner with IBM, Meta to launch new AI alliance, and more.
On this week's newsletter, AAU members lead nation’s universities in R&D spending, new report on State of Science in America notes decline in federal research investments, new report offers guidance to public research universities on modernizing scholarship for the public good, and more.