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Dr. Jane Greer
106 Cockefair Hall
greerj@umkc.edu
Department Contacts
Undergraduate Research Advisory Board
Undergraduate Research is a division of Academic Affairs

Important Dates and Deadlines:

Friday, March 9, 2018 at 5:00 PM
Deadline for SUROP Applications
Please note that the SUROP application is going online. Students should plan to submit early so that faculty mentors and department chairs have time to provide recommendation letters and necessary signatures.
Contact Jane Greer for more details.


Monday, April 2, 2018 at 5:00 PM
Deadline to register and submit abstract for 18th annual Symposium of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship
Contact Jane Greer for more details.
Deadline for Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers, Scholars, & Artists
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Thursday, April 12, 2018 from 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Pierson Auditorium, Atterbury Student Success Center

18th Annual Symposium of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship
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Impact for 2016

  • 52 students received individual grants through SUROP and SEARCH ($107,565)
    • 17 disciplines represented, including Biological Sciences, Communication Studies, Art History, Urban Studies, Psychology, Civil Engineering, Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, and Latina/o Studies
    • Between 2014 and 2016, 35% of students who earned SUROP and SEARCH grants were first-generation college students.
    • Between 2104 and 2016, approximately 25% of students who earned SUROP and SEARCH grants self-identified as African-American, Hispanic/Latina, Asians from under-represented groups, and students who identify with two or more ethnic/racial groups.
  • 228 students experienced Eureka classes, offered in Biology, Classics, the Conservatory, English, Discourse, Mathematics, Political Sciences, and Urban Planning.
  • 131 students presented their work at the SUROP Poster Symposium, URC@D, and the Annual Symposium of Undergraduate Research & Creative Scholarship.
    • 15 different disciplines represented, including Art History, English, History, Political Science, Physics, Geosciences, Biological Sciences, Math, Chemistry, and Psychology.