The School of Science, Engineering and Technology develops ethical and service-minded scientists, engineers and technology leaders through experiential learning in a student-centered environment that is committed to success. Students are meticulously prepared for a variety of careers in the STEM field of their choice. The school also lives its commitment to the local community through a broad range of outreach and service programs.
Perhaps the most high profile of Mark Bagg’s accomplishments is the now-retired colonel’s role in the development of the Center for the Intrepid, a world-class $65 million facility built in San Antonio to rehabilitate wounded warriors dealing with burns and amputations.
Claire Seifert has her sights set on the moon, literally. She was part of a research team of St. Mary’s students who have been mapping the moon’s surface, including dark and hidden areas. Their work has even been honored by NASA.
At the St. Mary’s University School of Science, Engineering and Technology, we provide opportunities for hands-on learning in our state-of-the-art labs and through prestigious research-driven internships.
In addition to producing tomorrow’s leaders in science and medicine, public outreach is another important way that the School of Science, Engineering and Technology is making a social impact. Utilizing innovative programs based on academic and scholarly engagement, the school encourages research and discovery among all age groups.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Associate Professor and Chair of Computer Science
Instructor of Chemistry
Professor of Mathematics