Team Competition 2014

Team Competition 2014

Photograph of the Team Competition at UNL holding up a trophy

Event Details
Lincoln: February 24, 2014
Amber Retke

  • Que Place Parking Garage
    11th and Q
    Validation will be given at the event. Please bring your ticket with you.
  • Parking Map

Registration Fee
The cost of the program is $125 for every team your school sponsors for registrations submitted by Jan. 31, 2014. Cost for registration after January 31 increases to $150 per team. To register, go to:

Previous Winners:
  • 1997: Creighton Prep
  • 1998: Creighton Prep JV Randolph Varsity
  • 1999: Creighton Prep Varsity
  • 2000: Creighton Prep Varsity
  • 2001: Elkhorn Varsity
  • 2002: Elkhorn Varsity
  • 2003: Bellevue West Varsity
  • 2004: Creighton Prep
  • 2005: Creighton Prep
  • 2006: Creighton Prep
  • 2007: Creighton Prep
  • 2008: Blair High School
  • 2009: Creighton Prep
  • 2010: Creighton Prep
  • 2011: Creighton Prep
  • 2012: Creighton Prep
  • 2013: Elkhorn South
  • 2014: Elkhorn HS

Nebraska Society of Professional Engineers Logo

You are invited to participate in TEAMS at Nebraska Engineering

Show Students Why Math and Science Matter!

Teams LogoThe TSA TEAMS program is an annual high school competition challenging students to work collaboratively and apply their math and science knowledge in practical, creative ways to solve everyday engineering challenges. After participating in TEAMS, students increase their knowledge of engineering, feel more confident about participating in engineering activities and increase their ability to work with others to solve complex problems.

Focused on a theme each year, original academic and innovative concepts are developed for the competition based on the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges. Tackling these challenges requires critical job-readiness skills such as collaboration, analytical thinking, and multidimensional problem-solving. TEAMS 2014 will focus on engineering tomorrow's cities.


  • Increases student knowledge and understanding of engineering
  • Helps students see what's possible with a major and career in engineering
  • Raises student confidence in their ability to participate in engineering activities
  • Energizes students with new academic topics and content
  • Removes social barriers and negative attitudes about engineering
  • Promotes collaboration and problem-solving in a team environment
  • It's fun! Student teams vie for local, state and national recognition and awards with the chance to be named “Best Overall” in the country

Competition Details:

  • Fun, theme-based academic competition
  • Two competition levels give students a chance to succeed academically:
    • 9/10 grade level
    • 11/12 grade level
  • Divisions create successful competition among schools of similar sizes and resources
  • Teams = 4 to 8 students
  • Two, 90-minute parts:
    • Part 1, multiple choice questions
    • Part 2, open-ended questions

Schedule of Events

9:30 - 9:50 a.m. Arrival
9:50 - 10:00 a.m. Welcome
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Part 1 Exam
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch
12:30 - 2:00 p.m. Part 2 Exam
2:00 - 2:30 p.m. Awards and NSPE Presentation
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