Representative David Price and Senator Jack Reed are leading a “Dear Colleague” letters requesting at least $204 million in funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in FY23. Please see the below instructions provided by the National Humanities Alliance (NHA) regarding the House…
AAU joined 171 science and research stakeholders in sending a letter to Congressional leadership urging swift action to complete work on the FY 2021 appropriations bills. The letter discusses the importance of importance of federal R&D the need for timely enactment of these bills.
The Coalition for National Security Research, which includes AAU, sent a letter to House and Senate defense appropriations leaders to highlight the coalition’s funding priorities for the FY21 Defense appropriations measure.
The Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Coalition, which includes AAU, today sent a letter to House and Senate Agriculture Appropriations Leaders to urge them to include $435 million for AFRI in the final FY21 appropriations measure.
The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research sent a letter to congressional appropriations leaders urging them to “significantly boost” the FY21 302(b) allocations for the Labor-Health and Human Services-Education spending bill.
AAU, along with 49 other organizations, sent a letter to Congressional appropriations leaders urging them to provide the highest possible FY21 funding for the Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittees to support USDA’s newly-announced goal of stimulating “innovation to substantially increase…
AAU and 41 organizations joined the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Coalition in a March 20 letter to congressional agriculture appropriators to request they provide at least $480 million for the AFRI program in FY21.
AAU, along with a group of 32 higher education and agriculture organizations, sent a letter to congressional agriculture appropriators to request they fund the Agriculture Advanced Research and Development Authority pilot, known as AgARDA, at the authorized level of $50 million for FY21.