1. Congresswoman Haley Stevens Addresses The Science Coalition at a Headliner Breakfast

    Mark Rivett posted January 15, 2020
    Haley Stevens

    From Left to Right: Executive Director of Federal Relations for U-M, Michael Waring; President of The Science Coalition, Lauren Brookmeyer; Michigan’s 11th District Congresswoman, Haley Stevens; Assistant Director of the U-M Washington Office, Madeline Nykaza; Assistant Vice President Federal Relations for Research, Kristina Ko; and Government Relations Associate, David Bluhm.

    On Wednesday, January 15th, at U-M’s invitation, Congresswoman Haley Stevens addressed The Science Coalition at a Headliner Breakfast event. Congresswoman Haley Stevens serves on both the House Education and Labor Committee and House Space, Science and Technology Committee, where she serves as Chairwoman of the Research and Technology Subcommittee. In addition, Congresswoman Stevens’ is a founding co-chair of the Women in STEM Caucus, which The Science Coalition helps to support. At the event, Congresswoman Stevens provided remarks on her efforts in Congress to support research universities and the federal research and development enterprise.