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"High Schools Compete for Opportunity to Attend National Academic WorldQuest in DC" | Stamford, CT


Feb 1, 2014
09:00 AM


Students from area high schools will compete on February 1st at Academic WorldQuest at UCONN/Stamford. This regional competition of high school teams, each made up of four students representing grades nine through twelve, is organized by the World Affairs Forum of Fairfield and Westchester Counties. Teams will compete in 10 rounds of questions on topics ranging from to Cybersecurity to the Middle East. The winning team will then compete with students from around the country at the National Academic WorldQuest in Washington, DC on April 26, 2014.

Tony Savino, News Director, AM 1490 WGCH Greenwich, will be the Game Master for the competition, which kicks off at 9:00am and concludes at noon. The community is invited to attend and play along! There is no charge to attend.

Additional information about the World Affairs Forum and its programs can be found at www.WorldAffairsForum.org.


Free to the public


View map UCONN/Stamford
GenRe Auditorium
1 University Place
Stamford, CT

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World Affairs Forum


(203) 356-0340

Contact name

Michele Kamenetzky

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