2019 Brain Bee at IUPUILocation: Lilly Auditorium - IUPUI University Library
The International Brain Bee aims to motivate high school students to learn about the brain and inspire the pursuit of careers in neuroscience research. The IUPUI Department of Psychology sponsors the Brain Bee as part of the School of Science’s commitment to advancing scientific minds, and fostering community interest in the sciences.
Open to students in grades 9-12, contestants in the spelling bee style event answer questions about the brain and nervous system until a single student remains, having answered all questions correctly.
Winners will receive a Dean of Science Scholarship to study any science major at the IUPUI Purdue School of Science! The first place winner will receive airfare and hotel for them and a parent/guardian to attend the National Brain Bee.
Registration is open. You are able to start learning and studying now! All questions will come from the free Brain Facts book.
Prepare for the Brain Bee
Optional (free) study sessions will be held.
November 23 - Our Neuroscience Club members will go over material and answer your questions &
December 7 - "Test Your Readiness" - Students will be quizzed using Kahoot! and we will discuss any questions you may have.
11am-3pm - Pizza lunch will be provided
Please note there will be no study session on November 16th.
Science Building (LD) Room LD137 (402 N. Blackford St.)
Parking in Gateway Garage, 525 N. Blackford St. Parking validation will be available.
Email Dr. Neal-Beliveau for more information and/or to reserve a spot.
Questions & answers come from the free Brain Facts book published by the Society for Neuroscience.
Are you a high school teacher? Let your students know about the event!
Contact Lori Vanatsky
This Brain Bee© is an officially sanctioned event of The International Brain Bee© All rights reserved.