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Montana Elementary Science Olympiad launches on Dr. Hilleman’s Birthday, August 30, 2021
Montana Science Olympiad 2021-22
Date set for 2021-22 Montana state tournament. Please see the News
Montana Science Olympiad 2021 Essay Contest
Participants of 2021 Montana Science Olympiad took part in an essay writing contest. The theme was “Science Olympiad experience during a pandemic”. The mission of this contest was to inspire creativity, communication, and to recognize the immense effort the contestants put in to make the first virtual Montana Science Olympiad successful.
Science Math Resource Center takes great pleasure in congratulating all participants.
The winners of the essay contest are:
|First Place||$50||Ellie Dishkovtsov||8||Helena Area Christian Home Educators|
|Second Place||$25||Izzie Donaghey||7||Gallatin Gateway School|
|Second Place||$25||Melody Payne||7||Helena Area Christian Home Educators|
|First Place||$50||Hank Jagodzinski||9||Billings Central Catholic High School|
|Second Place||$25||Gavin Wood||12||Jefferson High School|
Montana Science Olympiad 2020 - 2021
The 36th Montana Science Olympiad virtual tournament was held on Wednesday, April 7, 2021.
Congratulations to all the teams and competitors!
36th Montana Science Olympiad Winners:
Division B: 1st Place - Helena Area Christian Home Educators
2nd Place - Corvallis Middle School
3rd Place - Hamilton Middle School
Division C: 1st Place - Hamilton High School
2nd Place - Fergus High School
3rd Place - Corvallis High School
Division B Small School: First Place - Absarokee Middle School
Division C Small School: First Place -North Toole County High School
Science Math Resource Center partners with Bozeman's American Computer and Robotics Museum on new remote sensing exhibit
The MSU Science Math Resource Center has partnered on a new exhibit that highlights the exciting field of remote sensing — from aerial photography via pigeon to the world's first GPS unit to contemporary applications in science and engineering.
ACRM is located just south of Montana State University and was declared as "Inch for inch, the best museum in the world," by Professor E.O. Wilson. Learn more.