United for Medical Research, of which AAU is a founding member, sent a letter urging OMB Acting Director Shalanda Young to include an increase of at least $3 billion to the base budget of the National Institutes of Health for FY23.
AAU joined 35 organizations in sending a letter urging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy to include “Reauthorization of International Education Programs Under Title VI of the Higher Education Act of 1965” in the United States Innovation and Competition Act (USI
AAU joined 34 organizations in sending a letter urging Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona to prioritize and strengthen the Education Department's international and foreign language education and research funding in FY23, specifically for the Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs.
AAU joined the Energy Sciences Coalition (ESC) in a letter to the Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Shalanda D. Young, urging continued support in the administration’s FY23 budget for the Department of Energy Office of Science.
AAU and APLU sent a letter to Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Shalanda Young urging continued robust support in the administration’s FY23 budget for higher education and scientific research investments that are crucial to the health, security, prosperity, and future of our nation.
The Coalition for National Security Research, of which AAU is a member, sent a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III urging him to “reverse recent trends of requesting cuts for defense basic research.”
AAU joined ACE and four other higher education organizations in sending a letter to Senate leadership expressing their concern and opposition to an amendment filed by Senator Rubio to S. 1260 the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act of 2021.
The Task Force on American Innovation sent a letter to House and Senate appropriations leaders urging them to include increased investments for science and technology research and development in FY21 appropriations.
Thirty-one Nobel Laureates and Science Community Leaders including AAU President Mary Sue Coleman sent a letter to the President of the United States and Members of Congress to call attention to the harm done to American Science during the partial shutdown of the federal government.