Anne Smedinghoff Academic WorldQuest Challenge Match
Sunday, December 8th at Belmont University
Come out and watch the match and volunteer to be a judge or part of the support team.
On Sunday we’ll be running the practice match of WorldQuest enabling teams to learn the ropes of the WorldQuest championship match in February.
We welcome you to join us Sunday at Belmont to participate as a judge or other members of the support staff or just to watch the competition — 100 questions in ten topics. (WorldQuest details).
If interested please email email@example.com to let us know you’ll be there.
Sunday, December 8
12:30 Registration opens
1:00 Match starts
(We’ll have one break for snacks/drinks)
4:00 (About) Match ends
Frist Lecture Hall (4th Floor)
Inman Health Sciences Building
1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville
Plenty of visitor parking is available in the Inman Garage (see map) near the corner of Wedgewood and 15th South. Use the Inman elevator (not McWhorter elevator) and go to the 4th floor to get to the Frist Lecture Hall.
Campus police will unlock access doors in the Inman Garage to permit entry to the elevators. Other entries are usually locked on weekends.
Belmont Campus Map Link
(10 questions in each of 10 topics — multiple choice — teams work together)
WorldQuest Topics 2019
Country in Focus: South Korea
Preventing Extremism in Fragile States
Oceans: The World’s Garbage Dump
Brexit and the EU
China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Germany: 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall
Qatar and the Future of the Gulf Cooperation Council
Current Events I
Current Events II
WorldQuest Study Guide
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