More than 5,000 people are expected to head to Wright State University on Friday for the 2017 Science Olympiad National Tournament.
The tournament will be held from May 19 through May 20 and WSU expects it will bring educators, students and parents from all 50 states as well as a team from Gifu High School in Japan.
Tournament winners will be offered scholarships to Wright State.
All official members of the first-place team in the middle school and high school divisions will each receive a $2,500 scholarship, renewable for four years, according to the university.
In both divisions, the university will also award $1,000 scholarships to the first-place winners of each individual event, also renewable for four years.
There are 46 events total and all awards are subject to admission requirements, according to Wright State. WSU hosted the tournament in 2013 as well.