Carnegie Mellon students exploring new ideas, testing hypotheses, researching questions that matter.
Student research at CMU-Q
Research is part of the fabric of a Carnegie Mellon education: undergraduates are encouraged to explore new ideas, test hypotheses and share results with the community. Research is work that matters.
Students undertake senior thesis projects, pursue independent studies guided by faculty mentors, initiate their own projects, and partake in summer research programs within Carnegie Mellon University and Education City.
Recruit our graduates
Who are CMU-Q students?
Our students major in one of five disciplines: biological sciences, business administration, computational biology, computer science or information systems. They are analytical, creative, and hard-working. They are problem-solvers. They know how to work in teams and they know how to adapt.
CMU-Q students and graduates can make a difference in your team. Contact us to learn more about these exceptional young professionals.