Welcome to the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire's
SIXTH ANNUAL ACADEMIC WORLDQUEST!
Due to SNHU canceling all events on-campus until the end of April, AWQ will not be held on Sunday and we are currently exploring options to hold it remotely. If you have any questions, please email Michael Pappas at email@example.com
1. U.S.-Russia Relations
2. Country in Focus: South Korea
3. Preventing Extremism in Fragile States
4. Oceans: The World's Garbage Dump
5. New Hampshire and the World
6. Brexit and the EU
7. China's Belt & Road Initiative
8. Germany: 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall
9. Qatar and the Future of the Gulf Cooperation Council
10. Current Events
2020 Study Guide
Who: NH high school students interested in world affairs
What: A trivia-style team competition testing knowledge on global issues
When: Sunday March 15, 2020 10am-2pm
Where: Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH
Why: Learn, feel challenged, have fun!
Competition format this year:
In Rounds 1-10, each team submits their answer using an electronic clicker system, concealing their answers to all except the computer. In the Final Round, the top two teams will go head-to-head to compete for 1st and 2nd place. These two teams will be invited up on stage and the 1st placed team will go first. They will be asked an open-ended question and have 30 seconds to answer. A correct answer wins them a point. An incorrect answer sends the question to the 2nd place team, who will have 15 seconds to answer, for a chance to "steal" the point. Then the 2nd place team will get the next question. The round will continue like this until one team gets to 5 points.
St. Thomas Aquinas HS at the 2018 National Academic WorldQuest opening reception, at the US Institute of Peace.
Photos from 2019 NH Academic WorldQuest at Southern NH University
2019 Champions - St. Thomas Aquinas High School!