Welcome to Federal Relations
We connect faculty with federal funders, share Boston University’s expertise with policymakers, work with national educational and scientific organizations, and increase BU’s visibility in Washington as the federal government considers policies affecting research universities.
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Looking for expert advice or testimony? Boston University is home to numerous faculty members who are nationally recognized leaders in their fields. Curious about our latest research or want to understand BU's position on education and scientific issues? We can help there, too.Get Started
BU faculty: how to navigate DC
We know you have important things to contribute to the national discussion of science and education. From helping you work with government agencies to preparing Congressional testimony to identifying funding streams, we'll make sure your voice is heard.Get Involved
What You Need to Know
MA Universities Urge Research, Student Support
BU, Harvard and MIT weigh in with Congress.
Gugliuzza Testifies on Patent Demand Letters
Professor Paul Gugliuzza testified before the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade on February 26.
BU By the Numbers
What does a BU student look like? How does BU use NIH funding? Find out with our new fact sheets!
Giles Testifies on Exascale Computing
Prof. Roscoe Giles testified before the House Energy Subcommittee on January 28.