Experiences in Undergraduate ResearchEUReka! Courses (Experiences in Undergraduate Research) offer undergraduates the opportunity to experience the excitement of discovery early in their academic careers and to begin building a relationship with a faculty mentor. EUReka classes are offered in disciplines and departments from across the university. In a EUReka course, students might find themselves exploring how mathematical modeling can be used to solve community health problems; interviewing contemporary composers about their creative processes; recovering the history of Kansas City in local archives; analyzing genes and their protein products; or investigating the digital literacy practices of campus groups. Students can search for EUReka classes in Pathway as an "Attribute" of any section of a course.
EUReka Classes for Spring 2019
|Biology H206: Genetics||Dr. Saul Honigberg||MWF 8:00 to 8:50|
|Classics 210: Foundations of Ancient World Literature||Dr. Jeff Rydberg-Cox||T/Th 10:00 to 11:15|
|PBHL 158: Public Health||Dr. Joey Lightner||T/Th 1:00 to 2:15|
For Faculty Interested in Proposing EUReka Courses:The deadline for proposing new EUReka courses for Spring and Fall 2017 is February 12, 2016 by 5:00 p.m.. The application can be found here. Questions? Feel free to contact UMKC's Director of Undergraduate Research, Jane Greer.
To see profiles of faculty who have taught EUReka courses, click here.