Student spotlight: Dasia Aldarondo
During a high school summer camp, Dasia Aldarondo fell in love with the campus, environment, and research opportunities at Carnegie Mellon University. Today, she is a 3rd year Ph.D. student and a GEMS Fellow, developing targeted nanoparticles to terminate disease-causing genes.
- Undergraduate program
Over the course of our undergraduate program, you will acquire a strong base of knowledge in basic science and mathematics, build to a deep knowledge of engineering science, and finally to chemical engineering design. Moreover, our lab courses emphasize projects where students work on innovative ideas, and decide what equipment to build or use in order to bring those ideas to life.
- Graduate programs
Our graduate programs take advantage of the cutting-edge research and technology at CMU through project work and graduate-level courses. Whether you’re looking for your Masters of Science, Chemical Engineering, or Colloids, Polymers, and Surfaces; or your Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, our curriculum provides students with skills and technical depth relevant for a variety of careers.