2014 Region I Science Olympiad Tournament – Upper Peninsula (Divisions B and C)
Sponsored by the Seaborg Center
- Scheduled for February 8, 2014; Back-up date: February 22, 2014
- Seaborg Science Complex, Northern Michigan University
Each year, approximately 325 students from throughout the Upper Peninsula compete in 46 different Science Olympiad events. More than 125 volunteers make this event possible.
Science Olympiad competitions have been sponsored by the Glenn T. Seaborg Center Mathematics and Science Center at Northern Michigan University since 1987.
2013 Contest Events
- Life, Personal, & Social Science: Anatomy & Physiology, Disease Detectives, Forestry, Water Quality, Heredity, Designer Genes
- Physical Sciences & Chemistry: Thermodynamics, Sounds of Music, Chem Lab, Forensics, Keep the Heat, Crime Busters, Food Science, Shock Value, Circuit Lab, MagLev, Materials Science
- Earth and Space Science: Astronomy, Reach for the Stars, Dynamic Planet, Meteorology, Remote Sensing, Road Scholar, Rocks & Minerals
- Technology & Engineering: Gravity Vehicle, Helicopters, Robot Arm, Mission Possible, Mousetrap Vehicle, Boomilever, Elastic Launched Glider
- Inquiry and Nature of Science: Experimental Design, Fermi Questions, Technical Problem Solving, Write It/Do It, Metric Mastery, Rotor Egg Drop
2013 Winning Schools (Division B – Middle School)
- First Place: Washington Middle School, Calumet
- Second Place: Superior Central Middle School, Eben Junction
- Third Place: A.D. Johnston Middle School, Bessemer
The First, Second and Third place teams in Division B have received invitations to the Michigan Science Olympiad State Tournament in Lansing on April 27, 2013.
2013 Winning Schools (Division C – High School)
- First Place: Superior Central High School, Eben Junction
- Second Place: A.D. Johnston High School, Bessemer
- Third Place: Calumet High School
The First and Second place teams in Division C have received invitations to the Michigan Science Olympiad State Tournament in Lansing on April 27, 2013.