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Among other things, this week, AAU and APLU urged OMB to prioritize investments in scientific research and higher education in the FY24 budget and the Senate confirmed Arati Prabhakar as director of the White House science office.
This week's newsletter features AAU President Barbara R. Snyder's statement in response to reports of interference by Michigan State University's Board of Trustees in the school's operations; updates regarding the 2022 Golden Goose Award winners; and more.
This week's newsletter features a blog post by AAU President Barbara R. Snyder on affordability and student debt; AAU's comments on the proposed Title IX regulations; and more.
This week's newsletter features updates on the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act, the Supreme Court cases on race-conscious admissions, and more.
This week's Leading Research Universities Report features an update on competitiveness legislation, "minibus" appropriations package, and more.
This week's newsletter contains updates on the FY23 NDAA, the Senate's "Chips-plus" approach to competitiveness legislation, and more.
This week's newsletter features an update on bipartisan competitive legislation and The Department of Education s proposed regulations on student loan relief programs
This week's newsletter provides an update on AAU, and other associations urging congress to reach a final agreement on USICA/America COMPETES, and an introduction to the building civic bridges act
This week's newsletter features AAU President Barbara R. Snyder's blog post on the Building Civic Bridges Act; proposed changes to Title IX regulations; a Hill Update on FY23 spending bills; and more.
This week's newsletter features a statement issued by AAU's President Barbara Snyder urging Congress to create a permanent legislative solution for DACA recipients; a hill update on USICA/America COMPETES Act, FY23 Appropriations, and NDAA; and more.