6th Annual Quiz Bowl
Location: Business Leadership Building (BLB)
Think you're smart? Student Activities is hosting the 6th Annual Quiz Bowl tournament, October 27-28th, where teams of four compete in a question-and-answer game of general knowledge and quick recall. Game questions cover a range of topics from history and science to sports and popular culture. Quiz Bowl is free to participate.
UNT students may register as a team (no limit; however, only four may play at a time), or as an individual. Individuals will be placed on a "free agent team" with other individuals. There may be no more than one graduate student per team.
There will be a mandatory Captain's Meeting (Date TBD). A representative from your team or assigned team, preferably the Captain, must be present at this meeting.
Winning team will receive $200 worth of prizes!
In order for this event to be successful, we are looking for UNT Faculty and Staff members to volunteer at the event in a variety of roles, from moderating to scorekeeping. Below we have provided a list of volunteer positions and descriptions.
Volunteer Position Descriptions
Moderator - needs to be able to speak quickly and clearly and to understand all of the rules of the game and apply them.
Judge - needs to be able to quickly evaluate the correctness of answers.
Scorekeeper - keeps the official score of the game.
Reset/Timer/Announcer - needs to have fast reflexes and be able to speak clearly and loudly.
Scoreboarder - needs to be able to compute figures mentally while standing at the scoreboard and writing legibly.
Non-Game Officials/Other - individuals in this category have a variety of volunteer opportunities including escorting teams to game area, updating tournament bracket, swiping ID card, and much more.
There will be a mandatory Volunteer Training (Date TBD).
If you still have questions, you may contact Student Activities via phone at 940-565-3807 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact SAC at 940-565-3807 at least 7 days prior to request special accommodations.