Develop the skills you need for the world you are helping to build.
Applied Science means taking the skills you develop in science, math, engineering, and technology and combining them with your capabilities in critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and literacy to initiate real change.
Today's high school students─YOU─have the capacity to change the future of the world by developing systems for
cleaner water, safer vehicles, improved communications, advanced robotics, space travel, elimination of disease, and
much, much more.
On Wednesday, December 1, Dr. Christine Papa P'21 '21 '22 spoke with a room of interested STEM students about how she discovered a passion for dermatology as well as the business end of running a medical practice.
On Thursday, November 19, Pennington welcomed Augustin Pendus P'23 to campus to speak with students as a part of our Applied Science Speaker Series.
On Friday, October 29, Suzanne Beck delivered an interactive presentation about her career in the FBI to a room full of interested students in the Applied Science Program. Beck became a special agent with the FBI in 2002 after receiving an undergraduate degree in mathematics from NC State University and a graduate degree in criminal justice from Villanova University.