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Only McGill and U of T are in the AAU.


AAU Fact Sheet

The Association of American Universities (AAU) is an organization of research universities devoted to maintaining a strong system of academic research and education. It consists of sixty U.S. universities and two Canadian universities.

AAU was founded in 1900 by a group of fourteen Ph.D.-granting universities in the U.S. to strengthen and standardize U.S. doctoral programs. Today, the primary purpose of the AAU is to provide a forum for the development and implementation of institutional and national policies promoting strong programs in academic research and scholarship and undergraduate, graduate, and professional education.

Member Institutions and Years of Admission:

Brandeis University (1985)
Brown University (1933)
California Institute of Technology (1934)
Carnegie Mellon University (1982)
Case Western Reserve University (1969)
Columbia University (1900)
Cornell University (1900)
Duke University (1938)
Emory University (1995)
Harvard University (1900)
Indiana University (1909)
Iowa State University (1958)
The Johns Hopkins University (1900)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1934)
McGill University (1926)
Michigan State University (1964)
New York University (1950)
Northwestern University (1917)
The Ohio State University (1916)
The Pennsylvania State University (1958)
Princeton University (1900)
Purdue University (1958)
Rice University (1985)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (1989)
Stanford University (1900)
Stonybrook University-State University of New York (2001)
Syracuse University (1966)
Texas A&M University (2001)
Tulane University (1958)
The University of Arizona (1985)
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (1989)
University of California, Berkeley (1900)
University of California, Davis (1996)
University of California, Irvine (1996)
University of California, Los Angeles (1974)
University of California, San Diego (1982)
University of California, Santa Barbara (1995)
The University of Chicago (1900)
University of Colorado at Boulder (1966)
University of Florida (1985)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1908)
University of Iowa (1909)
The University of Kansas (1909)
University of Maryland at College Park (1969)
University of Michigan (1900)
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (1908)
University of Missouri-Columbia (1908)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1909)
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1922)
University of Oregon (1969)
University of Pennsylvania (1900)
University of Pittsburgh (1974)
University of Rochester (1941)
University of Southern California (1969)
The University of Texas at Austin (1929)
University of Toronto (1926)
University of Virginia (1904)
University of Washington (1950)
The University of Wisconsin-Madison (1900)
Vanderbilt University (1950)
Washington University in St. Louis (1923)
Yale University (1900)

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[01-07-2006,04:27]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Association of American Universities)
"Only McGill and U of T are in the AAU. "

They wanna be American schools rather than Canadian??

I would ask the governments to stop subsidizing these schools.

[01-07-2006,05:15]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Association of American Universities)
what´s so great about this? there are a lot of shitty american unis in the list.
[01-07-2006,06:02]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Association of American Universities)
^ Being an American is better than Canadian.

Do you prefer US$1 over C$1?

[01-07-2006,06:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Association of American Universities)
"what?s so great about this? there are a lot of shitty american unis in the list."

all are research-intensive. none of those listed really "suck"

[01-07-2006,22:39]
Anonymous



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