The Team

Executive Board

Evaluation Committee

Event Supervisors

Alumni

Executive Board


  • Kevin Meng

    Executive Director

    Psychology and Economics, UC Berkeley 2020
  • Hi, my name is Kevin Meng, I’m an Ed W. Clark HS Scioly alumni and captain. In preparation for state and nationals, I’ve stayed at school so late that midnight snacks and basketball with the cleaning staff is a norm. I’ve been told before that my love for Science Olympiad is “infectious”. Spread the love and stay committed!

    Favorite events: Gravity Vehicle, Elastic Launched Glider, Wright Stuff, WIDI

    Fun fact: My team and I won a state championship in soccer! I have a fierce passion for music and sports. Play me.

  • Sarah Gurev

    Executive Director

    Computer Science, Stanford 2020
  • Hi, I’m Sarah Gurev, and I'm a Mira Loma High School and Winston Churchill Middle School Scioly alum. I've had the opportunity to attend Nationals five times, and the distinct pleasure of competing in every single water event each time. Science Olympiad was such a large part of my life, so I'm grateful it's not quite over yet. I'm really excited to help bring this tournament to life!

    Favorite events: Protein Modeling, Awesome Aquifers, Dynamic Planet

    Fun fact: I was very overprotective of my protein model, possibly because I was constantly worrying that my cat would eat it.

  • Kathryn Li

    Tournament Director

    Molecular and Cell Biology, Berkeley 2020
  • Hi, my name is Kathryn and I’m a Palo Alto Science Olympiad alum. In my three years on the team, I’ve competed in a variety of study, lab, and build events, from Chem Lab to Bridge Building. Science Olympiad has been the most important influencer of my college career, so I am incredibly excited to give back to the community through this tournament!

    Favorite events: Forensics, Chem Lab, Protein Modeling, Bridge Building

    Fun fact: I like to figure skate in my free time!

  • Allison Yao

    Tournament Director

    MEB and Psychology, Berkeley 2021
  • Hi, I’m Allison! I love everything Science Olympiad -- my years of competing, the amazing community of people I’ve met, and this very tournament. I’m beyond excited to see what the upcoming season will bring to the table!

    Favorite events: Invasive Species, Herpetology, Forensics

    Fun fact: I’ve gone viral on the Internet.

  • Colin Barber

    Tournament Director

    Microbiology, Berkeley PhD Program
  • Hi I’m Colin and I love microbes. I competed for Wellwood Middle School and Fayetteville-Manlius High School and I graduated with a BS in microbiology from Cornell University last May. For three years, I also helped lead Science Olympiad at Cornell where I served as co-president 2015-16. Did I mention I love microbes?

    Favorite events: Microbe Mission, Fermi Questions, Thermodynamics

    Fun fact: My Fermi partner and I agreed to shave each other’s heads if we got 1st in Fermi at States 2013. The rest is history.

  • Valerie Hsieh

    Tournament Director

    Physics and German, Berkeley 2020
  • Hey, I’m Valerie! Although I’m not a Science Olympiad alum, I have always been passionate about science and science outreach. I’m incredibly excited to be a part of GGSO’s Executive Board, and am looking forward to help organize a tournament that gives so much to the Bay Area and SciOly communities.

    Favorite events: Herpetology, Mousetrap Vehicle, Materials Science

    Fun fact: One time, Tina Fey’s bodyguard pushed me away from her after a major fangirl moment at the Tony Awards. It was awesome.

  • Faith Harron

    Tournament Director

    Mechanical Engineering, Stanford 2021
  • Hello, I’m Faith--I’m a Bismarck Century High alum, and was a part of Science Olympiad since my middle school years. SciO was always one of my favorite extracurricular activities, and I’m delighted to continue my involvement at university.

    Favorite events: Astronomy, Dynamic Planet, Anatomy and Physiology

    Fun fact: Joan of Arc is my great-aunt--like 11 greats in there, but I am directly descended from her brother.

  • Kelly Yu

    Tournament Director

    Economics, Berkeley 2021
  • Hello, I’m Kelly! I’m an alum of John P. Stevens Science Olympiad in Edison, New Jersey. (East coast represent!) I have made some of my best memories through SciOly, from the loud bus rides to the actual tournament days. Most importantly, SciOly has taught me to constantly stay curious and hungry.

    Favorite events: Forensics, Fossils, Microbe Mission

    Fun fact: I played the clarinet for 10 years!

  • Evelyn Zhang

    Tournament Director

    Human Biology, Stanford 2021
  • Hi!! I’m Evelyn, and I’m a Mira Loma Sci Oly alumni. I was only on the team since sophomore year, but those 3 years definitely shaped my passions and love for science. It was Science Olympiad that developed my interest in biology and led me to pursue a career in medicine.

    Favorite events: Anatomy and Physiology, Disease Detectives

    Fun fact: I actually didn’t want to do Disease Detectives until my sci oly coach put me on the event sophomore year, and by senior year I was 1st in the nation for the event. Lets just say that my coach made a good call :)

  • Amy Jiang

    Tournament Director

    Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I'm Amy! I'm a SciOly alum from Interlake High School, where I competed for three years--a few too little, in my opinion. Despite (or maybe thanks to...) almost losing three teammates on the plane and another two during the BART ride, GGSO has been one of the best tournaments I've attended in high school and I'm excited to make it even better!

    Favorite events: Astronomy, Hovercraft, Wright Stuff, Materials Science

    Fun fact: I'm very passionate about the taste of water.

  • Matthew Tang

    Tournament Director

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I'm Matthew, a SciOly alum from Northwood High School. Having competed for 6 years, SciOly has been a major part of my life. Many of my fondest memories have been from Science Olympiad and I've been able to meet many close friends, competing with them over the years. I'm excited to be on the other side now organizing tournaments for the community!

    Favorite events: Mission Possible, Disease Detectives, Robot Arm

    Fun fact: I love puns, puzzles, and cryptography! Sad that Code Busters came back the year after I graduated.

  • Emily Wen

    Tournament Director

    Stanford 2022
  • Hi! I'm Emily, an alum of NCSSM and Enloe High School SciOly. Through my 6 years of competing, I've met the most amazing community, both on my teams and online. I'm so glad I can continue being involved through GGSO. Super excited to help make this invite happen! :)

    Favorite events: Codebusters, Experimental Design, Dynamic Planet

    Fun fact: I've never competed in a scioly invitational.

Evaluation Committee


  • Ashish Chakraborty

    Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin 2022
  • Hi! I'm Ashish and I'm an alumnus of Beckendorff JH and Seven Lakes HS Science Olympiad. I've had the pleasure of attending five national tournaments, and I'm helping out with Golden Gate Science Olympiad because I truly believe in the role of alumni organizations in elevating the level of competition nationwide. I'm super excited for this opportunity!

    Favorite events: Write it Do it, Disease Detectives, Microbe Mission

    Fun fact: I love violin and classical music!

  • Celine Wang

    Chemistry, Harvey Mudd College 2022
  • Hey guys, I'm Celine, a Palo Alto High School Scioly alum and former team captain. I've competed in Scioly for the last five years (but how much does middle school count) with some of my best friends and it has been one of best experiences of my life. I’ve competed in GGSO since its debut (a whopping two years) and I can’t wait to get involved again this year!

    Favorite events: Forensics, Materials Science, Protein Modeling

    Fun fact: I went straight from States to prom to a 6 am flight for a college visit, getting maybe 5 hours of sleep total over four days but I'd definitely relive it all again

  • Lydia Chan

    Mechanical Engineering, Stanford 2022
  • Haiii, I'm Lydia. I am a Troy High School alumna. I have so many beautiful memories of SciOly, from hiking through the snowy Rockies in t-shirts and shorts with our team, late night study sessions with Andes mints, cup ramen, and Fruit Snacks, and meeting super awesome and interesting people at competition. I can’t wait to help out with SciOly this year and make it a fantastic experience for everyone!

    Favorite events: Forensics, Materials Science, Astronomy

    Fun fact: I love narwhales, music, and boba.

  • Lynn Yang

    Berkeley Graduate Student
  • Hello! I am a PhD student in the Kaufer lab at UC Berkeley, studying neurobiology through the Integrative Biology program. I've spent over a decade involved with Science Olympiad, and I am an alum of Canyon Crest Academy Science Olympiad. I’m thrilled to be helping out with GGSO :)

    Favorite events: Mission Possible, Ornithology, Forestry

    Fun fact: I enjoy playing pipa in my spare time!

  • Nikhil Gupta

    Mechanical Engineering, Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I’m Nikhil, and I’m a graduate of Mira Loma High School. I’ve been doing Science Olympiad for seven years, and have loved every moment of it! I have done build events for my whole career so I know the stress involved with it from the last minute fix-ups to midnight runs to Hobby Stores. I am excited to continue Science Olympiad as an event supervisor for Mission Possible!

    Favorite events: Robot Arm, Mission Possible, Helicopters

    Fun fact: I can juggle

  • Jonathan Wang

    Computer Science, Berkeley 2022
  • Hi everyone, I'm Jonathan from West Windsor Plainsboro, New Jersey, and I am currently a freshman studying Computer Science at UC Berkeley. I was a captain of my high school Science Olympiad team and Science Olympiad was a big part of my high school experience. My favorite events are Ecology and all the Chemistry events. I'm looking forward to working with everyone this year!

    Favorite events: Chemistry Lab, Materials Science, Ecology

    Fun fact: I'm both near-sighted and far-sighted.

  • Sophia Wang

    Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I’m Sophia and I’m a Mira Loma High School and Winston Churchill Middle School Science Olympiad alum. I can’t really pinpoint exactly what I love about Science Olympiad, but it’s been seven years and I’m still here so I guess there must be something there.

    Favorite events: Disease Detectives, Ecology, Simple Machines

    Fun fact: I've met a real life disease detective.

Event Supervisors


  • Rebecca Shi

    Anatomy and Physiology

    Neurosciences, Stanford PhD Program
  • Hi! I participated in Science Olympiad with West-Windsor Plainsboro High School South (NJ) from 2008-2011, and now I am a fourth year graduate student in the Stanford Neurosciences PhD Program. Science Olympiad helped foster my love for biology, and the community we have is fantastic -- I’m thrilled that I still have the chance to give back to Science Olympiad as an alum!

    Favorite events: Ornithology, Cell Biology, Ecology

    Fun fact: I enjoy teaching, birdwatching, and playing video games + board games!

  • Tad Komacek

    Astronomy

    Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago 2013
  • I'm a postdoc at the University of Chicago. My research is focused on the climate and atmospheric circulation of extrasolar planets.

    Favorite events: It's About Time, Astronomy, Solar System

    Fun fact: KELT-9 is the hottest planet known, with a dayside temperature similar to that of a K-dwarf star.

  • Connor Todd

    Astronomy

    Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan 2020
  • I grew up outside Philadelphia and competed in Science Olympiad at Harriton High School. Astronomy was and is my favorite event, and an obsession from a young age. I am currently a National Event Supervisor for this event, and I’m so thankful for the opportunity I’ve had to be part of the organization that gave me so much!

    Favorite events: Astronomy, Remote Sensing, Geologic Mapping

    Fun fact: I once coordinated a relay with my college's running club from one of Michigan to the other (184 miles!) in less than 24 hours

  • Nick Bowman

    Boomilever

    Computer Science, Stanford 2019
  • Hey, I'm Nick! I had the joy of competing in Science Olympiad for 3 years at Troy High School in Fullerton, CA, during which I got to be a part of two Nationals-winning teams. I captained the team in my senior year and really enjoyed participating in invitationals, which is why I now try to give back by volunteering at events like GGSO. I'm really looking forward to meeting all the competitors and making this event a great one.

    Favorite events: It's About Time, Maglev

    Fun fact: My MagLev car for Nationals 2014 was made to work (at 2 am on the day of Nationals) with the help of a component salvaged from a Happy Meal toy.

  • Alex Ozdemir

    Chemistry Lab

    Computer Science, Stanford PhD Program
  • I'm Alex, and I love all things related to mathematics, engineering, and physical science. Back in the day I attended Mira Loma HS, where I competed in Science Olympiad. It helped me get excited about science & engineering, and I'm excited to help sustain the program now.

    Favorite events: Circuit Lab, Optics, Experimental Design

    Fun fact: The closest I've ever been to death was in a tent.

  • Vyassa Baratham

    Circuits Lab

    Physics/Neuroscience, Berkeley PhD Program
  • I'm a graduate student in the physics department at UC Berkeley, and I've been curious about science for as long as I can remember. My current research involves understanding the electrical signals that neuroscientists use to study the brain. I have many fond memories of SciOly, and it's great to be able to give back!

    Favorite events: Wind Power, Chem Lab

    Fun fact: I once got my hair cut by Yo-Yo Ma's barber

  • Imon Husain

    Codebusters

    Physics and Computer Science, Berkeley 2022
  • Hi! My name's Imon. I did Division B in 5th grade at Copley-Fairlawn Middle School in Ohio and then Division C for all four years of high school at Enloe High School in North Carolina. I'm excited to have the chance to still help out with Sci Oly after high school because the competition has been such a huge part of my life!

    Favorite events: Materials Science, Codebusters, Hovercraft

    Fun fact: I play Super Smash Bros. Melee competitively and love designing/making video games!

  • Dhruv Puri

    Designer Genes

    Molecular and Cellular Biology, Berkeley 2018
  • I am an intern at the World Health Organization working in Neonatal health and programme development. I have been doing Science Olympiad since my sophomore year of highschool, and have been procotoring events since my freshman year of college. Science Olympiad is a great way to give back, and I really recommend to join us after you graduate!

    Favorite events: Anatomy and Physiology, Protein Modeling, Geologic Mapping

    Fun fact: I am a Latin DJ.

  • Sophia Wang

    Disease Detectives

    Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I’m Sophia and I’m a Mira Loma High School and Winston Churchill Middle School Science Olympiad alum. I can’t really pinpoint exactly what I love about Science Olympiad, but it’s been seven years and I’m still here so I guess there must be something there.

    Favorite events: Disease Detectives, Ecology, Simple Machines

    Fun fact: I've met a real life disease detective.

  • Katherine Zhang

    Dynamic Planet

    Earth Systems, Stanford 2022
  • Hi! I'm Katherine, a graduate of West Windsor Plainsboro High School North in New Jersey. I've been doing Science Olympiad for over 5 years now and I'm excited to be continuing my involvement as an event supervisor for the first time!

    Favorite events: Fossils, Rocks and Minerals, and Dynamic Planet

    Fun fact: I pour my milk before my cereal, but that's not important.

  • Rohan Konnur

    Experimental Design

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Berkeley 2019
  • Hi! Over the course of 6 years, I competed for Winston Churchill Middle school and Mira Loma High school in Sacramento, CA. In those years, Science Olympiad became the most important influence on my collegiate and career choices leading me to where I am today. I hope to contribute to Science Olympiad to further impose the competition's positive influence on other students to help them discover their passions.

    Favorite events: Fossils, Technical Problem Solving, Remote Sensing

  • Hanjay Wang

    Fermi Questions

    Stanford Cardiothoracic Surgery Resident
  • I competed for Naperville Central High School (IL) from 2004-2007, placing 3rd at Nationals in Astronomy.

    Favorite events: Fermi Questions, Mission Possible

    Fun fact: I am an orchestral conductor

  • Vivian Phan

    Forensics

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Berkeley 2019
  • I am a first-year grad student and cybersecurity researcher. In my spare time I cook, hack, and contemplate my life choices. I play the piano quite terribly, and Secret Hitler less terribly, but still pretty terribly.

    Favorite events: Forensics, Fossils, Rocks and Minerals

    Fun fact: The last confirmed kill in war made by a longbow was in 1940. The madman that took a longbow into WWII survived and lived until he was 90. This isn't about me; I just wanted people to know.

  • Aileen Lavelle

    Fossils

    Environmental Science, Berkeley 2021
  • I like long walks on the beach and mineral identification. Science Olympiad sparked my passion in environmental science and ecology.

    Favorite events: Rocks and Minerals, Ecology and Fossils

    Fun fact: I have an unrequited love for my dog and Will Smith, but both don't know I exist.

  • Peter Zhu

    Geologic Mapping

    Mechanical Engineering / EECS, Berkeley 2021
  • Hi! I'm Peter, an alum from Canyon Crest Academy in San Diego. I have been involved in Science Olympiad as far back as I can remember, and it has played a huge role in my life from shaping what I am currently studying to the friends I have made so far. I'm excited to be a part of the GGSO team and look forward to meeting you all!

    Favorite events: Geologic Mapping, Wright Stuff, Experimental Design

    Fun fact: I really like the squirrels at UC Berkeley.

  • Rebecca Nelson

    Herpetology

    Ecology and Evolution, Stanford 2020
  • I am a Daniel Wright JHS and Stevenson High School alumna! I competed in Science Olympiad for 6 years! I love all events involving ecology and geology. I currently do research on oak trees.

    Favorite events: Fossils, Forestry, Herpetology

    Fun fact: I like writing poetry.

  • Nikhil Gupta

    Mission Possible

    Mechanical Engineering, Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I’m Nikhil, and I’m a graduate of Mira Loma High School. I’ve been doing Science Olympiad for seven years, and have loved every moment of it! I have done build events for my whole career so I know the stress involved with it from the last minute fix-ups to midnight runs to Hobby Stores. I am excited to continue Science Olympiad as an event supervisor for Mission Possible!

    Favorite events: Robot Arm, Mission Possible, Helicopters

    Fun fact: I can juggle

  • Alaric Qin

    Mousetrap Vehicle

    Systems/Transportation Engineering, University of Pennsylvania PhD Program
  • Hello! I'm Alaric, born and raised in Los Angeles, been involved with Science Olympiad for nearly 11 years now, Troy High c/o 2011, University of Pennsylvania c/o 2016 (M&T dual degree in Electrical Engineering & Management/Marketing; master's degree in systems/transportation engineering). Currently, I work in San Francisco at McKinsey&Company, a global management consulting firm. I was a former captain and 4-year member of Troy Science Olympiad, where I competed at Regionals, State and Nationals in mostly engineering events (of which Mission Possible was, and will always be, my favorite event of all time). In the years following high school, I directed three invitational tournaments in Southern California for Division B teams and have had extensive experience event supervising both Div B and C. Really excited to be a part of this Bay Area event!

  • Jun(e) Yang

    Protein Modeling

    Chemical Engineering, MIT 2020
  • Hi! I'm Jun(e). I used to go to Troy High School until I got too old. My favorite parts of Science Olympiad were meeting people and crushing the souls of the weak. In my spare time, I like working on my undergraduate degree, painting my nails, and doing chemistry.

    Favorite events: Protein Modelling, Chemistry Lab, Dynamic Planet

    Fun fact: My name backwards is gullible.

  • Colin Barber

    Sounds of Music

    Microbiology, Berkeley PhD Program
  • Hi I’m Colin and I love microbes. I competed for Wellwood Middle School and Fayetteville-Manlius High School and I graduated with a BS in microbiology from Cornell University last May. For three years, I also helped lead Science Olympiad at Cornell where I served as co-president 2015-16. Did I mention I love microbes?

    Favorite events: Microbe Mission, Fermi Questions, Thermodynamics

    Fun fact: My Fermi partner and I agreed to shave each other’s heads if we got 1st in Fermi at States 2013. The rest is history.

  • Mihir Singhal

    Thermodynamics

    Math, MIT 2022
  • Hi! I'm Mihir, and I am a Palo Alto High School Scioly alum. I had a great time during my 6 years of competing, and I'm excited to be supervising for my first year!

    Favorite events: Fermi Questions, Astronomy

    Fun fact: Did you know that raindrops aren't raindrop-shaped?

  • Victor Lam

    Water Quality

    Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, UCSF PhD Program
  • Hi, I'm Victor! I'm originally from Texas, and graduated from UT Austin in 2017. I'm a Science Olympiad alum from Cypress Lakes High School, and I continued to volunteer at SciOly tournaments in undergrad. I'm currently in the Bay Area pursuing my PhD and researching viruses!

    Favorite events: Microbe Mission, Fossils, History of Science (former Tx Trial Event)

    Fun fact: As an overachiever, I often split my time between SciOly and band back in high school. I still continue to play clarinet today!

  • David Yang

    Wright Stuff

    Mechanical Engineering, Berkeley 2021
  • Hi!! I’m David, and I’m a Mira Loma Sci Oly alumni. I was only on the team since freshman year, but those 4 years definitely shaped my passions and love for science. It was Science Olympiad that developed my interest in engineering and led me to pursue a career in mechanical engineering.

    Favorite events: Robot Arm, Wright Stuff, Air Trajectory

    Fun fact: I finished building my air trajectory the night before I left for nationals and I had no idea if it was going to work. Still ended up getting that bread tho.

  • Shangen Lu

    Write It Do It

    Economics, Berkeley 2022
  • Hi, I'm Shangen, former co-captain of Harriton High School. I did all sorts of events ranging from WiDi to herpetology to hovercraft. I'm really excited to come back to Scioly as an alumni.

    Favorite events: Write It Do It, Hovercraft

    Fun fact: It's pronounced why-die.

Alumni


  • Abraham Chen

    Founder

    Economics and Computer Science, Berkeley 2019
  • Hi, my name is Abraham Chen, I’m a Mounds View Scioly Alumni, and I’ve been involved in Scioly all through high school. One time my team’s Scioly bus got stranded on a highway for 7 hours, making our trip to a tournament 21+ hours. That’s dedication.

    Favorite events: Forensics, Fossils and Experimental Design

    Fun fact: I like heights because it scares me.

  • Alex Lu

    Founder

    Biomedical Computation, Stanford 2019
  • Hi! I’m Alex, I went to Palo Alto High School! Looking forward to a fun second year of GGSO. Also looking forward to not having to drive to Berkeley… the cinnamon buns were worth it though.

    Favorite events: Anatomy and Physiology, Forensics

    Fun fact: This pic is from pre-prom after States 2015 .__.

  • Denis Li

    Founder

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Berkeley 2019
  • I've been involved with Science Olympiad at Mounds View since 2012. I have attended 3 nationals (captaining a team with Jon for one of them). My favorite events are It’s About Time, Technical Problem Solving and Compound Machines. Science Olympiad was by far my favorite thing that I did in high school and I hope our tournament will be a blast for everyone attending!

    Fun fact: People who have more birthdays live longer.

  • Dhruv Puri

    Founder

    Molecular and Cellular Biology, Berkeley 2019
  • Hi, my name is Dhruv, I’m a LASA Scioly Alumni, and I’ve been involved in Scioly all through high school. Science Olympiad helped me find my passion for biology and had led me to a career in medicine.

    Favorite events: Anatomy and Physiology, Protein Modeling, Material Science

    Fun fact: Most nights you can find me DJing in SF or LA at salsa and bachata clubs.

  • Jonathan Wang

    Founder

    Computational Biology, Stanford 2019
  • I’m a Mounds View high school alum who has been to nationals since my freshman year. Scioly has played an influential role in my dedication towards impacting society through health and tech! I am looking forward to sharing my Science Olympiad experience with current scioly competitors by helping to run invitationals across the bay area, hoping to inspire and enrich STEM education for students nationwide.

    Favorite events: Mission Possible, Chemistry Lab, Sounds of Music, Designer Genes

  • Ryan Cohen

    Founder

    Mechanical Engineering, Stanford 2019
  • Hey, I’m Ryan! I’m an alumni of Mira Loma High School from Sacramento, California and I competed all seven years in B and C divisions. In addition to helping run GGSO, catch me with the arbitration team at NorCal regional and state tournaments. Or hit me up on the GGSO snapchat account 😉

  • Rohan Chakraborty

    Founder

    Chemical Engineering, Berkeley 2019
  • Hi! I'm Rohan, and I’m an alum of Seven Lakes High School and Beckendorff Junior High in Katy, Texas. Throughout my Science Olympiad experience, I’ve competed extensively in building events such as Gravity Vehicle and Scrambler as well in as lab events like Chemistry Lab and Forensics. I had a blast organizing our inaugural tournament for you all, and I'm looking forward to making our next tournament even greater!

    Favorite events: Forensics and Chem Lab

    Fun fact: I love anything and everything Drake.

  • Neil Patil

    Website

    Computer Science, UT Austin 2020
  • Hello! I'm a LASA alum and was captain of LASA's Science Olympiad team during 2015 and 2016. I did build events, which means that most of my SciO memories involve soldering in a hotel room bathtub, getting gliders stuck in chandeliers, or getting kicked out of Wal-Mart at 1 AM (sometimes you gotta test Scrambler the night before...) Science Olympiad has been a pretty big part of my life (in both the good and bad ways), so I'm glad to be helping run this tournament.

    Favorite events: Scrambler, Mission Possible

Golden Gate Science Olympiad

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    Questions? Interested in sponsoring? Joining us as a student at Stanford or UC Berkeley next year? Shoot us an email to get involved with our team!

  • goldengatescioly@gmail.com
    Science Olympiad invitational run by UC Berkeley and Stanford University students. Coming 2019.