Genius Olympiad

Ages:High School

Types:Submission, Fair, Performance, Presentation

Categories:Entrepreneurship, Environment, General Knowledge, STEM

Scope:International

Registration

Contact


info@geniusolympiad.org
315-400-1763

GENIUS Olympiad promotes a global understanding of environmental issues and the achievement of sustainability through basic science, arts, creative writing, engineering, design, and business development. GENIUS Olympiad provides challenges and opportunities for secondary school students, to instill in them the skills and knowledge needed to be the citizens, leaders, scientists, artists, writers, engineers, and policy makers of the future—agents who will promote and contribute to greater environmental sustainability throughout their lives. GENIUS is also an abbreviation of Global Environmental Issues and Us.

 

GENIUS Olympiad focuses on all aspects of global environmental issues with the following goals:

 

  • To enable high school students around the world to cope with environmental problems, and to elicit their abilities to produce solutions.
  • To inspire high school students to contribute to the protection and improvement of the environment.
  • To equip young generations with environmental consciousness.
  • To provide a forum for youth from around the world to come together and share ideas.
  • To inform the public about global environmental problems.

Students compete in any number of categories to create projects within the structure provided. For example, Science category projects must be research based projects, while visual and performing arts projects are exactly that. Each category is judged independently and has different guidelines and rules, but overall scores are combined in the end to determine global champions.

Each of the 5 categories has different review criteria, see the competition website for more information.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: https://geniusolympiad.org

Managing Organization: Terra Science and Education

Contact:

info@geniusolympiad.org
315-400-1763

Eligibility:
The GENIUS Olympiad is open to all international and U.S. students studying in grades nine through twelve (or the equivalent).   All students under 17 years old must attend the GENIUS Olympiad with an adult supervisor (a teacher, a parent, or a guardian). Students who are 17 years old and study in high school may participate without an adult supervisor.   Our minimum age requirement for student participants is 13. Even if a project is accepted as a finalist, the student may be rejected to participate in if s/he is younger than 13 years old.   All projects from THE SAME SCHOOL must be submitted under the same account. GENIUS Olympiad may merge accounts under one account if there are multiple submission from the same school or may deny the projects.

Overview

GENIUS Olympiad promotes a global understanding of environmental issues and the achievement of sustainability through basic science, arts, creative writing, engineering, design, and business development. GENIUS Olympiad provides challenges and opportunities for secondary school students, to instill in them the skills and knowledge needed to be the citizens, leaders, scientists, artists, writers, engineers, and policy makers of the future—agents who will promote and contribute to greater environmental sustainability throughout their lives. GENIUS is also an abbreviation of Global Environmental Issues and Us.

 

GENIUS Olympiad focuses on all aspects of global environmental issues with the following goals:

 

  • To enable high school students around the world to cope with environmental problems, and to elicit their abilities to produce solutions.
  • To inspire high school students to contribute to the protection and improvement of the environment.
  • To equip young generations with environmental consciousness.
  • To provide a forum for youth from around the world to come together and share ideas.
  • To inform the public about global environmental problems.

Process

Students compete in any number of categories to create projects within the structure provided. For example, Science category projects must be research based projects, while visual and performing arts projects are exactly that. Each category is judged independently and has different guidelines and rules, but overall scores are combined in the end to determine global champions.

Criteria

Each of the 5 categories has different review criteria, see the competition website for more information.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

*Website: https://geniusolympiad.org

Managing Organization: Terra Science and Education

Contact:

info@geniusolympiad.org
315-400-1763

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
The GENIUS Olympiad is open to all international and U.S. students studying in grades nine through twelve (or the equivalent).   All students under 17 years old must attend the GENIUS Olympiad with an adult supervisor (a teacher, a parent, or a guardian). Students who are 17 years old and study in high school may participate without an adult supervisor.   Our minimum age requirement for student participants is 13. Even if a project is accepted as a finalist, the student may be rejected to participate in if s/he is younger than 13 years old.   All projects from THE SAME SCHOOL must be submitted under the same account. GENIUS Olympiad may merge accounts under one account if there are multiple submission from the same school or may deny the projects.

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