The Coalition for National Science Funding, which includes AAU, sent a letter thanking the Appropriations committees in both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate for their continued support in NSF funding for the Fiscal Year 2022.
AAU joined APLU, AAMC, and ACE on a letter to Senate leaders and the leaders of the Senate Appropriations Committee to urge them to provide at least $26 billion in supplemental appropriations for federal research agencies in the next COVID-19 relief measure.
In the wake of an unprecedented 35-day partial government shutdown, AAU President Mary Sue Coleman wrote to House and Senate leadership urging Congress to pass the unfinished FY19 appropriations bills before the current continuing resolution expires February 15.
The Coalition for National Science Funding, of which AAU is a member, sent a letter to President Trump and Congressional leaders urging them to end the government shutdown and enact an FY19 Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations bill with at least $8.175 billion in funding for the National Science…
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman wrote to House and Senate leadership urging Congress to pass the unfinished FY19 appropriations bills or an omnibus appropriations bill before the continuing resolution expires December 7
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman today wrote to House and Senate Appropriations leaders to applaud their efforts in securing increased higher education and research investments in FY19 and urge completion of the remaining FY19 appropriations bills after the midterm elections.
The Coalition for National Security Research, of which AAU is a member, sent a letter to Congressman Shelby, Durbin, Granger, and Visclosky, thanking them for their strong support for the robust Defense Science & Technology funding levels in the final FY19 Defense-LHHS Appropriations bill.
The Energy Sciences Coalition, of which AAU is a member, sent a letter to Senators Alexander and Feinstein for their strong support and leadership in advancing the final FY19 Energy and Water bill (H.R. 5895).
AAU and several other associations wrote to House leadership to urge passage of the FY19 Labor-HHS-Education and Defense spending bill. The letter says the associations are grateful for the “meaningful increases for the programs that make college accessible and promote medical research.”