Nearly everyone knows the story of the famous Greek mathematician Archimedes who, upon discovering his famous principle of fluid displacement while in a bath tub, ran naked through the streets shouting “Eureka!,” Greek for “I found it!” Calhoun Honors College students have the opportunity to share Archimedes’ spirit of discovery. Experiences in Undergraduate Research, Exploration and Knowledge Advancement (EUREKA!) is a unique and exciting program that enables honors students to pursue research and scholarly activities with faculty across all disciplines..
EUREKA! participants chose from research projects proposed by the faculty. Participants worked in a variety of settings, depending on the nature of their project. Some participants, particularly those in the sciences and engineering disciplines, worked in the laboratory on some aspect of a new or existing research project. This could have involved a single faculty member and their research group of graduate students, undergraduates, and postdoctoral associates or might have involved a team of faculty members and their groups.
Mark your calendar and make plans to attend this exciting poster forum on Friday, Sept. 22 from 3:30-5:00pm!
We hope you will join us for lunch with Dr. DeBusk! Please email Hayn Arrington with your RSVP.
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