Synergies Among MetroWest STEM Stakeholders
The MetroWest STEM Education Network has been effective in promoting and improving communication about STEM programs in the MetroWest region. It is facilitating the formation of new collaborations to promote quality STEM learning opportunities for K-16 learners. It is now well positioned to be a catalyst for integration of a comprehensive representation of audiences and industries in the network's infrastructure. This is necessary to articulate a continuity of efforts where young people have access to quality programming for STEM college and career readiness consistently throughout their K-12 and college education programs.
During this panel discussion, MSEN members from K-12, higher education, and community partners will highlight their existing, long or short, or new participation in MSEN, and, in conversation with our audience, will suggest ways their partnership in MSEN can benefit their current and future projects.
Irene Porro - MSEN Project Manager and Director, McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning
Susan Kennedy - Director, Internships and Career Development, Regis College
Shari Litch-Gray - Chairperson of the Regis STEM program, Regis College
Laura Bilazarian Purutyan - Acting Director, Partnership for a Skilled Workforce/ Youth Careers
Anne Ludes - Director of Secondary Education, Framingham Public Schools
Randi Kinsela - Director, Business Development, Year Up-Greater Boston
This meeting is free and open to the public so feel free to share this information with your colleagues and professional networks. We encourage MSEN members to contribute any feedback or ideas.
Parking Information for Regis College
Feel free to park in any campus parking lot closest to Maria Hall. Here is the campus map for your reference.