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 2021
|BIOLOGY H206: Genetics
||Saul Honigberg and R. Scott Hawley||Online MWF 8:00 am - 8:50 am|
|CLASSICS 210: Foundations of World Literature
||Cynthia Jones||Online Asynchronous|
|GECRT-AH 101: Making Meaning in a Changing World – Text Technologies
||Virginia Blanton||Online TuTh 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm|
|HEALTH SCIENCES 230: Health Issues in Aging
||Amanda Grimes||Online Asynchronous|
|PBHL 158: Public Health Principles
||Joey Lightner||Online Asynchronous|
For Faculty Interested in Proposing EUReka Courses:Applications for proposing new EUReka courses are accepted on a rolling basis, but the EUReka designation cannot be added once students have begun to enroll in PATHWAY. The application can be found here. Questions? Contact UMKC's Director of Undergraduate Research, Jane Greer.
To see profiles of faculty who have taught EUReka courses, click here.