Welcome to the Northeast Science Bowl!

In March and April of every year, students representing dozens of secondary schools from all over the northeastern United States will be competing to test their knowledge in all major areas of science and mathematics. The Northeast Science Bowl at the University of Connecticut will provide students with both a venue to test their own knowledge and understanding of science, and provide demonstrations of various career opportunities throughout the day.

The High School Northeast Science Bowl is hosted by the School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut (Storrs-Mansfield, CT) on Saturday, March 7th, 2020. The snow date will be Sunday, March 8th, 2020. This website has information about the teams as well as contact information for the coordinator. You will also be able to practice the competition format with sample questions that are provided on this website.

We will be hosting the galvanic cell car race competition again this year. Details will be sent to participating teams.

If you would like more information on how to get involved in this event as a coach, student, or volunteer, please click the respective section on the left.

If you are looking for information regarding the Connecticut Middle School Science Bowl, please click here.

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About Us

The Northeast Science Bowl at the University of Connecticut provides students with a venue to test their knowledge and understanding of science.

Contact

Kevin J. McLaughlin
University of Connecticut, Unit 3187
Storrs, CT 06269-3187
kevin.j.mclaughlin@uconn.edu
Phone: (860)486-5536
Fax: (860)486-3045