History Academic WorldQuest was created by the Charlotte World Affairs Council and is now widely played at the adult and high school levels around the country. The World Affairs Councils of America started the national competition in Washington, DC in March 2003. It is a team game testing competitors’ knowledge of international affairs, geography, history,
One of the best parts about what we do here at the Tennessee World Affairs Council is our work with Academic WorldQuest. Here is a recap of the April 26-29 WorldQuest team from Hume-Fogg HS, Tennessee Champions, to Washington.
CONGRATULATIONS TO HUME-FOGG ACADEMIC MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL ON TAKING THE TITLE AS TENNESSEE’S 2018 ACADEMIC WORLDQUEST CHAMPIONS …more details to come SUPPORT OF TNWAC’S EDUCATION OUTREACH THANKS TO BELMONT UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS THANKS TO THE AWC FAMILY FOUNDATION THANKS TO THE NASHVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COUNCIL THANKS TO THE TNWAC WEEKLY
Congratulations and thanks to the teachers who organized teams at your schools. This year there will be a total of 17 teams competing in Academic WorldQuest — a record high number for the Tennessee World Affairs Counci! We are pleased to welcome students, teachers, families and friends to the Tennessee Championship Match on Sunday,
SIGN UP NOW for the 2018 Academic WorldQuest Championship Match. Registration deadline January 31.