February 21, 2014: Registration and dinner, Hilton Knoxville Airport
February 22, 2014: Competition, Pellissippi State Community College, Blount County Campus
If the 2014 TSB must be cancelled due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances, there will be no make-up date scheduled.
The Science Bowl is a fast-paced academic competition that offers teams of high school students from across the state of Tennessee a chance to match their wits in math and science. The winner of the Tennessee Science Bowl will advance to the National Science Bowl® in Washington, D.C., on April 24-28, 2014, all expenses paid!
Summit High School
Ryan Lowry, Coach
Bearden High School
Ravenwood High School Team 1
Avrill Buerstetta, Coach 2
Amy Maffei, Coach 1
Ravenwood High School Team 2
Avrill Buerstetta, Coach 1
Amy Maffei, Coach 2
Civility Award - Cedar Springs Homeschool
Meryl van der Merwe, Coach; Daniel van der Merwe, Stirton Weiland, Trevor Sharpe, John Owen Finley
The winning school will receive $1,000.
The second-place school will receive $750.00.
The third-place school will receive $500.00.
The fourth-place school will receive $250.00.
The school that wins the Civility Award will receive $100.00.
We are honored to have forensic anthropologist, Dr. Amy Mundorff, as the guest speaker at the 2014 Tennessee Science Bowl on February 21 at the Hilton Knoxville Airport. Dr. Mundorff was New York City's first forensic anthropologist and was near the first World Trade Center tower when it collapsed on September 11, 2001. She is currently an Assistant Professor and forensic research scientist at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.