Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Student Spotlight – Jade Carter ’24

Hometown: Albany, New York

Activities you have been involved with:

Biomedical Engineering Society

National Society of Black Engineers

Undergraduate Researcher in the Bionics, Systems and Control Lab

Favorite thing about biomedical and chemical engineering (BMCE):

My favorite thing about BMCE is the diverse selection of courses which have equipped me with fundamental skills that are essential for my journey towards becoming a Rehabilitation Engineer.

Favorite thing about Syracuse University:

My favorite thing about SU are the support programs for minority students including the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) and the Our Time Has Come Program (OTHC). These programs actively supported me and provided invaluable resources and opportunities for my success.

Plans after graduation:

I plan to attend graduate school and earn my master’s in movement science.