Meet UM System researchers and hear about their work aimed at improving the health and well-being of Missourians!
Type: Community-Engaged Research
A collaborative process between the researcher and community partner that creates and disseminates knowledge and creative expression with the goal of contributing to the discipline and strengthening the wellbeing of the community. Community-engaged research identifies the assets of all stakeholders and incorporates them in the design and implementation of the different phases of the research process.
The Engineering Management senior design classes and Industrial-Organizational Psychology MS program partner with Phelps Health to help the organization address a community health issue. Undergraduate and graduate students provide consultation and data are collected by the instructors to study the effectiveness of this new practicum structure.
Move More Get More, a community-based research initiative sponsored, is hosting FREE MOVE sessions for the community all fall. Move sessions are fitness sessions designed to increase physical activity and community through movement.
Organizations often expect their employees to show initiative through proactive behavior, and at the same time, expect them to work well with their co-workers to achieve goals. But proactive approaches may not always be welcome by other team members, according to new psychological research.
The mission of the STARS program is to enhance the understanding and augment the application of the philosophy and processes of science and mathematics for teachers and their students through expertly guided, real life experiences in inquiry and discovery. Accepted applicants will engage in a six-week immersive experience with the guidance of professional scientists, and […]
Community groups and UMKC researchers pair up to collaborate on public health research.
New State-of-the-Art Equipment Expands Research Opportunities for Research
UMKC School of Pharmacy faculty member Emma Meyer, Pharm.D., is one of four regional researchers who have received a $50,000 research grant from BioNexus KC and the Hall Family Foundation to promote innovations in human and animal health.
City fire department in Rolla uses virtual reality for firefighter training.