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RMC Student Quiz Bowl Competition

Quiz Bowl
Quiz Bowl

Sponsored by JBS USA Food Company

Time: Sunday, August 15 beginning at 8:00 am
         
Location: Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, Reno, Nevada, USA

Registration Information

Click here to register today!

Each school or university may enter up to two teams. A $50 entry fee will be assessed to each team. Teams who wish to have a chance to earn a bi must register and submit their questions by July 9, 2021. Final registration will be due on August 2, 2021.  

Rules:

2021 Quiz Bowl Rules (Coming soon)

Schools with Two Teams:

For those schools with 2 teams, your teams will be designated a team color that is associated with the school. Please register only 4 students per team and then the day of competition we can make substitutions as needed.  

Submission of Quiz Bowl Questions:

A new template has been created for teams to use when submitting new questions for future years' competitions. Please see the updated rules in the link above. Each school must submit questions as outlined in the rules prior to participation.  Please email your questions to Leslie Frenzel (lfrenzel@meatscience.org)

School’s questions and registration must be submitted by the registration deadline of July 9, to be eligible for a Round 1 bi. August 2, is the final day to register and submit questions. Schools who submit their questions by the early deadline (July 9) will be entered into a drawing to receive a bi for Round 1 (Provided there is a bi in the bracket).  Questions MUST be submitted in Microsoft Excel with the following information: question, answer, topic area, difficulty (1=easy, 5=difficult), and reference source for the school to be eligible for the drawing.  Acceptable resources include: textbooks, publications, websites, etc. NOT lecture notes.

Click here for the Updated Question Template

PowerPoint Presentations:

The 2012 Quiz Bowl committee released the PowerPoint presentations from past years' (2007 and previous) Quiz Bowl Competitions, please be advised that the committee is not responsible for outdated/inaccurate questions.  Also if you have other year's worth of files (2004, 2005 or 2006) please email them to Leslie Frenzel (lfrenzel@meatscience.org). Please click on the year to view the PowerPoint presentations. 

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