Minot State to host Regional Science Olympiad

MINOT, N.D. – The Minot State University Science Division is hosting a Regional Science Olympiad on Monday, March 11 from about 8 a.m. until about 4 p.m.

This will be the 32nd consecutive year that Minot State has hosted the regional competition. Science Olympiad is a science-based competition in which middle schools and high schools bring teams to compete in events such as Mousetrap Vehicle, Disease Detective, Experimental Design, Chemistry Lab, and many others.

There are 20 events for both the middle schools division (Division B) and high school division (Division C). Each team includes up to 15 students. There will be approximately 12 to 14 students per team so around 300 students will be coming to campus on Monday. Events will be held in the Cyril Moore Science Center, Swain, and Old Main.

See attached PDF for complete schedule of events.

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Published: 03/08/19   

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