Things are getting STRANGE at NCSO! With the regular tournament season and the National Science Olympiad Tournament looming over us it feels like we are in the upside down.
To celebrate this unusual year we are launching Science Things, our official State Theme for the 2020 season.
Register for the October Coaches Clinic and/or your Regional Tournament. Trouble Paying? Explore our scholarship opportunities to see if
you qualify for assistance.
Explore the latest issue of Season Highlights magazine featuring articles on the 2019 National Tournament, States, the Rural Participation Project and much more.
Want to support NCSO but not sure how? Join the team behind the team. For just $10/month your gift can help provide the resources needed to create an enduring passion for scientific inquiry and inspire students to dream, discover, and dare to act in ways that last a lifetime. Join now and get a free shirt with your donation!
ATTENTION NCSO teams near Goldsboro! There is a public Skwarm meeting on Sept. 18th from 1-3pm. Skywarn is a National Weather Service (NWS) program to train local volunteers to severe as weather spotters. Learn more at https://t.co/7l7JIlwWsG! https://t.co/Y2g1NgqfsP
Check out this month's Wonder Challenge brought to us by @BWFUND and @smtcenter!
What made you want to pursue STEM? Share your inspiration using #wonderchallenge and #steminspiration!
🌟Top 5 entries will win the STEM Lovers Prize pack!🌟 https://t.co/cwbNdKoray
What's your STEM Inspiration? The September Wonder Challenge, presented by @BWFUND and @smtcenter, wants you to share your STEMspiration.
⭐Share a photo of your STEM inspiration
⭐Include how your subject inspired you
⭐Use #WonderChallenge & #STEMInspiration. https://t.co/nzEl9Obt40
Each month, NCSO Director Kim Gervase will answer your Science Olympiad questions in our series Q&A with Kim.
⭐Submit questions below or email them to vabass @ncsu.edu by SEPT. 20TH!
⭐Video goes live Sept. 27th! Subscribe to our Youtube channel https://t.co/9u4XOMnBnH! https://t.co/klXHedSknK
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