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Eureka
Program

Founded in 2017

New York, NY

20 Research Programs

600+ Students (Accumulated)

90%

of Eureka Students received admission offers to a  Top 30 US University*

(Ranking by USNEWS)

31%

of Eureka Students received admission offers to an Ivy League University*

600+

Students have graduated from the Eureka Program

88%

of Faculty at the Eureka Program are from a

Top 30 US University

(Ranking by USNEWS)

20

Research Programs offered each year

*This figure is based on the results of a voluntary survey conducted by the Eureka Program after the completion of each research workshop. This figure does not reflect the results of the entire student body as many participants have declined to share due to privacy or other reasons.

Navigate the
World of Research! 

The Eureka Research Program has documented over 500 research topic cases created by innovative high school scholars.

The Eureka Research Topic 101 course will guide students through selecting and refining research ideas, providing essential skills to enhance academic foundations and future opportunities!

What is the
Eureka Program?

The Eureka Program is a research program, providing high school students with the opportunity to conduct high-quality, individualized research projects with professors from top universities in the United States. 

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Reference Letter Disclaimer:

The Eureka Program does not guarantee any reference letters as a result of attending the program. The Eureka Program will never ask faculty to provide reference letters on behalf of the students in any condition. It is at the faculty’s discretion whether to provide student reference letters. 

 

Academic Integrity Disclaimer:

Academic integrity can encompass a broad range of principles, including but not limited to plagiarism, proper citation practices, ethical research conduct, collaboration guidelines, and adherence to academic standards. Upholding academic integrity is a personal responsibility. It is essential to exercise honesty, ethical behavior, and integrity in all academic activities. Violations of academic integrity can have serious consequences. The Eureka Program has the right to discontinue working with those who violate academic integrity. 

Student Researcher - Front Page

Student Name: Richard

Workshop: Cognitive Psychology: Self-Regulated Learning

Research Title: The Impact of Different Genres of Music on Teenagers

College Admitted: University of Pennsylvania

At Eureka, Richard worked with a psychology professor from Williams College to conduct a research project, showing the correlations between music and higher academic performance. 

Richard has spent his summers interning at a neuroscience lab, where he studied the connection between Alzheimer’s and microbiomes in the gut. His insatiable curiosity has led him to study biochemistry and neurobiology at the University of Pennsylvania this fall where he studies biochemistry and neurobiology. (Source)

Congratulations Richard! 

Student Project - Front Page
Student Researcher - Front Page

Student Name: Anita

Workshop: Engineering Ancient Rome

Research Title: Constructing and Testifying the Accuracy of a Groma

College Admitted: Columbia University

Anita attended a Eureka summer workshop, completing a research project with a Stanford University Professor of Classics. Her research project focused on studying an ancient Roman surveying tool. Through her research, Anita was able to connect the dots between ancient and modern engineering methodologies. 

Anita is very involved at her high school, participating in various extracurricular activities. She is well-recognized at her school and her efforts led her to receive an Early Decision admission offer to Columbia University. In her interview with Eureka, she explains how studying at the Eureka Program had improved her college application.

 

Congratulations Anita!

Student Research Project
Eureka Student Researcher MIT

Student Name: Susan

Workshop: Wearable Devices and Human Healthy Behaviors

Research Title: High-expectation Comments Increase Students’ Mental Activity and Confidence During a Test

College Admitted: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Susan attended a Eureka Technology Workshop, working with a Dartmouth Professor of Computer Science. Her research project focused on how a teacher's expectations and prior comments can affect a student's mental activity and confidence when taking a test.  

 

Susan spends her spare time learning to write code and develop algorithms in various programming languages to help her learn more about neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's. Her efforts have led her to be nationally recognized as a 2022 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholar. She was admitted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and plans to study neuroscience, computer science, and perhaps biomedical engineering. (Source)  

Best wishes for your future endeavors, Susan! 

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