The Association of American Universities today announced plans to repeat its landmark 2015 Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct.
We applaud Senate appropriators for proposing increased investments in the National Science Foundation and NASA.
We are deeply troubled by the proposed short-sighted cuts to the S&T programs, which provide the early-stage research and outcomes that evolve into workable solutions for our national security needs
AAU applauds the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies for proposing a much-needed $2 million increase in investment in the National Endowment for the Humanities.
AAU commends the House Appropriations Committee's action to increase federal investment in the important work of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman responds to news that the U.S. will impose limits on certain Chinese visas, arguing that the measures could negatively impact our ability to do research and develop the cures and technologies that drive our economy.
AAU President Mary Sue Coleman calls increased investment in scientific research "a welcome step forward," and asks Congress to reject a proposed cut to the Department of Energy’s ARPA-E.
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.