About msen

The Massachusetts Regional STEM Networks bring together K-12 schools, 2-year and 4-year institutions of higher education, business and industry, regional employment/workforce investment boards and non-profit organizations around STEM to address local education and workforce needs. As a regional system the networks play a key role in cultivating interest and engagement in STEM activities in their regions, particularly among business, community and school leaders. 

The Metrowest STEM Education Network (MSEN) was established in 2007. Since its inception the Network has maintained its hub at Framingham State University and is currently hosted at the McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning. Check out the cities and towns in our region as defined by the Department of Higher Education under the direction of the STEM Advisory Council.


STEM eCOSYSTEM
COLLABORATING PARTNERS

MSEN joined the global STEM Learning Ecosystems
Community of Practice in May 2018.
This group of dedicated stakeholders represents the diversity of the organizations that foster STEM learning in our MetroWest region.

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL MASS/METROWEST - MySTEM
Jessica Haggett Silverman

CHRISTA MCAULIFFE CENTER FOR INTEGRATED SCIENCE LEARNING
Irene Porro

FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Anne Ludes

FRAMINGHAM STATE UNIVERSITY
Margaret Carroll

MASSBAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Chitra Javdekar

MASSACHUSETTS LIFE SCIENCES CENTER
Ryan Mudawar

MASSACHUSETTS STATE SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR
William Rigney

METROWEST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Paul Joseph

NEW ENGLAND OSA
Katherine Calabro

PARTNERSHIPS FOR A SKILLED WORKFORCE/YOUTH CAREERS
Laura Bilazarian Purutyan

SYNOPSYS
Groot Gregoary


advisory committee

 

This committee includes STEM stakeholders who represent the diversity of MetroWest.
There are three meetings per year at Framingham State University.
We are now accepting applications for organizations that are interested in being on the committee.