The free and open exchange of ideas and information is fundamental to the educational mission of AAU universities.
AAU urges Congress to act swiftly to pass S. 2559. It is time for blind and otherwise print-disabled individuals, at U.S. colleges and universities, to enjoy the same access to printed works as other Americans.
The president of AAU applauds House and Senate leaders for forging a bipartisan funding compromise that increases investments in science and student aid.
AAU thanks Representative Stivers (R-OH) and Bill Foster (D-IL) for introducing the STRONGER Patents Act, bipartisan legislation that would effectively crack down on abuses of the U.S. patent system while taking steps to improve that system.
Today, our lawmakers failed the American people, including the hundreds of thousands of young undocumented people, who are American in every way except birth. This inaction is appalling and it endangers our nation.
The administration’s proposed FY19 budget would cripple our nation’s position as a global science and technology leader and greatly erode the longstanding government-university partnership that supports our public health, national defense, and economic competitiveness.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman expresses disappointment in Congress's failure to pass a bipartisan budget agreement.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman says the tax bill passed by Congress will harm students, families, local communities, and the nonprofit universities that have long served them.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman says passing the tax reform legislation will mean less money for student aid and for life-saving research at America’s research universities.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman expresses dismay at the FCC decision to eliminate protections for network neutrality, reversing their 2015 Open Internet Order.