College Bowl Leaderboards June 17

CollegeBowl

Here are this week’s scores for the individuals with highest points. Scores are the actual gains on College Bowl questions that have already closed during the contest. Updated 6/17/14.

Individuals

User Name Score Team
ted 3015 Stanford University
sflicht 1982 Harvard University
ctwardy* 1118 George Mason University
jkominek 570 University of Colorado
dvasya 451 George Mason University
benthinkin 430 Providence College
bw 290 Stanford University
Question Mark* 254 Duke University
Hotshot 226 University of California, Berkeley
yuan10 180 University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
dvasya 150 George Mason University
Geoff 148 Oregon State University
peaigr 127 Stanford University
rrich 126 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
HAL9000 115 University of California Berkeley
MerrySeeker 109 California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech)
Beth81 106 George Mason University
witless 51 Stanford University
saurabh_02 50 Texas A&M University
scotchval 49 Duke University

*Not eligible to win.

Team Leaderboard

NOTE: Here are the top 20 Colleges represented in the College Bowl. So far, none have reached 50 participants. Don’t wait! Recruit some teammates today and win BIG! Reach out to your alumni groups and personal networks.

George Mason University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Duke University
Stanford University
University of California, Berkeley
California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech)
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
Florida State University
Marquette University
Northwestern University
Yale University
Dartmouth College
Michigan State University
Oregon State University
Penn State University
University of Maryland
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas (Austin)
University of Wisconsin

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College Bowl Leaderboards June 10

CollegeBowl

Here are this week’s scores for the individuals with highest points. Scores are the actual gains on College Bowl questions that have already closed during the contest. Updated 6/10/14 at noon EDT.

Individuals

User Name Score Team
sflicht 1764 Harvard University
ctwardy * 1203 George Mason University
dvasya 854 George Mason University
ted 528 Stanford University
jkominek 438 University of Colorado
Geoff 287 Oregon State University
Question Mark * 254 Duke University
yuan10 189 University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
HAL9000 115 University of California Berkeley
Beth81 111 George Mason University
MerrySeeker 109 California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech)
arjunr 86 University of Pennsylvania
MemberFDIC 63 George Mason University
witless 51 Stanford University
scotchval 49 Duke University
iconreforged 39 Duke University
peaigr 33 Stanford University
mollyb 27 George Mason University
Rylinks 24 Oregon State University
saurabh_02 22 Texas A&M University

*Not eligible to win.

Team Leaderboard

NOTE: Here are the top 20 Colleges represented in the College Bowl. So far, none have reached 50 participants. Don’t wait! Recruit some teammates today and win BIG! Reach out to your alumni groups and personal networks.

George Mason University
Duke University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech)
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
Florida State University
Marquette University
Stanford University
University of California, Berkeley
Yale University
Dartmouth College
Michigan State University
Northwestern University
Oregon State University
University of California Berkeley
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
University of Wisconsin
Virginia Tech
Arizona State University

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College Bowl Leaderboard

CollegeBowl

Here are this week’s scores for the individuals with highest points. Scores are the actual gains on College Bowl questions that have already closed during the contest. Updated 5/21/14 at noon EDT.

Team Leaderboard is coming soon.

User ID Points Team
sflicht 1240 Harvard University
ctwardy* 1184 George Mason University
Question Mark* 248 Duke University
jkominek 118 University of Colorado
MerrySeeker 71 California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech)
HAL9000 68 University of California Berkeley
rrich 54 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
saurabh_02 42 Texas A&M University
2493c162162b15c8 25 Northwestern University
iconreforged 8 Duke University

*Not eligible to win.

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SciCast College Bowl Kicks off Today

April 29, 2014
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FAIRFAX, VA

Announcing the 1st Annual College Bowl Competition in Science and Technology Forecasts

SciCast is pleased to announce the SciCast College Bowl, an open competition to see who the best forecasters are in science and technology. People wishing to enter the competition can join a team representing the college of their choice and win individual and team prizes for accuracy in their forecasts and other activities.

When participants register on the site they will choose from a variety of questions and make forecasts on the outcomes. Detailed background information will be provided for each question. Forecasts can be updated any time until the question closes. Updates can be based on what you learn or just a change in opinion.

The College Bowl is scheduled to run until May 31 and is designed to engage college students, alumni, faculty, researchers, professionals, and hobbyists interested in current innovations in science and technology. Questions in the College Bowl will include topics such as 3-D printing, medicine, robotics, and space sciences.

First prize in the SciCast College Bowl is a $500 gift card to Chipotle or Amazon (winners’ choice) for the most accurate forecaster. Top 10 forecasters from winning teams will also be awarded prizes both for accuracy and level of participation.

For more information and to enter, visit https://scicast.org/collegebowl

About SciCast: SciCast is a crowdsourced forecasting platform for science and technology run by George Mason University. It is based on the idea that the collective wisdom of an informed and diverse group is often a better predictor than the judgment of a single expert. Part of the Forecasting Science and Technology (ForeST) Program funded by the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), SciCast questions are generated by its participants, as well as ForeST teams at Inkling Markets, George Mason University, BAE Systems and SRI International.