Apple cofounder and High Point University’s Innovator in Residence, Steve Wozniak, returned to campus to hold a series of workshops with students, faculty, and members of the community. In one session he spoke with pharmacy students on software applications for streamlining patient care. He next discussed pertinent technology with exercise science students. Lastly, in a Growth Mindset Forum, he met with computer science students he’d begun mentoring last spring as they attempt to build a self-driving vehicle. They worked on developing optical sensors, hydraulics, and global positioning systems. Wozniak encouraged students to find partners of dissimilar talents they would enjoy working with. Students were encouraged to reach out to experts and dare to ask them for help, to develop multi-disciplinary thinking, and to write “your own textbook” in the sense of asking questions that haven’t yet been considered. He also cautioned against mission drift. Lastly, he counseled audience members to keep asking what their work will mean to people.