You can’t be what you can’t see—so we sent three young women out on the road to meet leaders in STEM who are blasting past barriers and launching us into the future.
From rocket scientists at NASA to engineers, professors, computer scientists, artists, and more, follow the journey of road-trippers Ariel, Elicia, and Regina as they get a firsthand look at how women in STEM are overcoming challenges and building the future of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Learn more about Roadtrip Nation: A Balanced Equation here.
Invitations to join or apply to specific scholar programs are made at the time students are admitted. Students can also apply directly to designated programs at the end of their freshman year.
At Penn, we believe that students benefit from seeing the world through a variety of perspectives and from charting a course that matches their unique academic and career goals.
Our campus was created with the student in mind—our four undergraduate and twelve graduate schools, three teaching hospitals, and 100+ research centers are all within a 10-minute walk of each other, so you have easy access to the entire University and unlimited opportunities to explore.
Innovation in the field of Nanotechnology at Penn is fueled through the Singh Center. The Singh Center is a state of the art facility that has made significant research strides in areas such as nanophotonics, mechanics, microfluidics, nanomaterials, microsystems, and biological & biomedical applications.
Learn more about Nanotechnology and the Singh Center.
Penn Engineering students experience a dynamic balance of fundamental science and professional practice through courses and projects that enable creative, technical design.