The Academic Quadrathlon competition is an annual competition sponsored by the American Society of Animal Science. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Animal Science conducts a local contest to determine the team that will represent University of Nebraska-Lincoln at the Midwestern Section of the American Society of Animal Science Academic Quadrathlon competition. At the regional competition, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln team competes against other Midwest region schools. Academic Quadrathlon Teams compete in four competitions: quiz bowl, lab practicum, oral presentation, and written test.
When is the competition?
The local (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) competition will be held over two days, Tuesday, Nov. 1 and Wednesday, Nov. 2 between 6:00-9:00 p.m. Teams will be required to be present on both evenings. **DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED BOTH EVENINGS.
The competition provides students an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of animal agriculture and the winning team has the opportunity to participate in the regional competition that is conducted annually at the ASAS Midwestern Section meeting in Omaha, NE.
Team formation and sign-up?
For 2022-23, teams will consist of four undergraduate students from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Team members may come from any University of Nebraska-Lincoln department or program. TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM FOR THIS YEAR'S COMPETITION, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://go.unl.edu/asciacademicquadrathlon
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, October 21
Contact Bryan Reiling at 472-8960 or firstname.lastname@example.org