Academic WorldQuest 2022

Thank you to everyone who participated in WACNH's

Seventh Annual Academic WorldQuest Competition.


2022 Topics:


1 - Where Climate and Migration Meet

2 - Afghanistan: End of the 20-Year U.S. Led Intervention

3 - A Human Centered Agenda for the Future of Work

4 - CDC and the Global Health Agenda

5 - Technology and Democracy: Threat or Promise?

6 - NH and the World

7 - 21st Century Money: Dollars to Digital Currencies

8 - Working for Peace through Legacies of War: The Case of Vietnam

9 - Insecurity in China's Neighborhood

10 - Current Events



2022 Study Guide

Access Here

Competition details:

Who: NH high school students interested in world affairs

What: A trivia-style team competition testing knowledge on global issues 

When: Sunday, March 13, 2022 from 10am - 2pm

Where: Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH

Why:  Learn, feel challenged, have fun!



Competition format this year:

Teams will compete in a ten round academic challenge to decide the winner. Each round will consist of ten questions, focused on a global topic based on the study guide provided here. The team that answers the most number of questions correctly will win the competition and have the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC to compete in the national program. There will be an online option for the national competition, if the team is unable to travel to the in-person competition. 

In the case of a tie for first place, a head to head tie breaker question will be presented to the teams. This question will focus on a global issue and the team closest to the correct answer will be deemed the winner. For example, a question may be "What is the exact population of China as of January 2020?" In the event of a tie, another question will be asked, until one team is deemed the winner.


PRIZES:

1st place:



Other Prizes:

  • Winning team's teacher receives a free curriculum unit from the Choices Program at Brown University. This program helps students understand the connections between history and current events, with a focus on becoming good global citizens.
  • Teacher of 1st place team wins $1,000 Award
  • Teacher of 2nd place team wins $500 Award
  • Teacher of 3rd place team wins $250 Award
  • Each Teacher that brings a team to the competition will receive a $250 stipend.

  Thank you 2022 Sponsors:


     

  



Global Education Partner:


Photos from 2019 NH Academic WorldQuest at Southern NH University

 2019 Champions - St. Thomas Aquinas High School! 


Questions?  Read:  Academic WorldQuest FAQs 

More questions?  Please contact us at council@wacnh.org.

Also, watch this video from the Alaska World Affairs Council to get a visual idea of what

Academic WorldQuest is all about!


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