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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.
This week's newsletter features updates on spending cuts on federal research, one of the largest federal research grants in Canadian history, New technologies for recycling solar panels, and more.
This week's Leading Research Universities Report features NAI's annual list of top 100 global universities granted utility patents in the U.S. in 2022, a new AAAS report on U.S. R&D, and more.
This week's newsletter features a letter from the Presidents and Deans of Engineering from six AAU institutions committing to expanding and diversifying the engineering workforce, Harvard launches Bloomberg Center for Cities to train municipal leaders, and a spike in Major League home runs tied to climate change.
This week's newsletter features the Task Force on American Innovation holding a congressional briefing, an occupational therapy professor, studying how virtual reality can help ease chronic pain; and more.
This week's newsletter features a new task force created to study expanding research and higher education partnerships between the United States and India; a national public opinion study of American adults' trust in researchers at America’s leading research universities to develop artificial intelligence; and more.
This week's newsletter features updates about the annual Humanities Advocacy Day, the NIH's announcement that it will not use "march-in" rights to lower the price of a prostate cancer drug, and more. Also AAU is now on Instagram - follow us!
This week's newsletter features a new report showing the economic impact of the National Institutes of Health on the U.S. economy; letters from various coalitions asking lawmakers to increase the annual maximum Pell Grant award and funding for education, science, and medical research; and more.