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Tennessee Science Bowl

Welcome to the 2019 Tennessee Science Bowl

February 22-23, 2019

Pellissippi State Community College
Blount County Campus, Friendsville, TN

Congratulations to the 2018 
Tennessee Science Bowl Winners

1st Place

Oak Ridge High School

Oak Ridge High School –
Sharon Thomas – Coach (not pictured)
Stephen Qu
Henry Shen
Melody Guo
Joe Andress
Batu Odbadrakh

2nd Place
Signal Mountain High School

Signal Mountain

Coach: Erin Perry
Thomas Thelen
Seth Majic
Tamjeed Azad
Aidan Newton
Jack Dowling

3rd Place
White Station High School

White Station High School

Coach: Zhigni Ma
Xintong Wang
Connor Hofeditz
Grace Ma
Angus McKee

4th Place
Cookeville High School

Cookeville High School

Coach: Steve Young
Elijah Hix
Sanjay Chakrabarty
Nick Bartlett

Front row:
Eli Apple
Diya Nijhawan

Civility Award
Central High School

Central High School

Coach: Judy Sullivan
Cian Bell
McKenzie England
Hanson Lam
Caleb Pratt
Co-coach: Cindy Blanchard

Presenting the award are Chris Milne, PSCC and Jennifer Tyrell, ORAU

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., April 25-29, 2019, all expenses paid!

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.

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2018 Featured Dinner Speaker — Sarah Cousineau

Sarah Cousineau is the Group Leader for the Beam Science and Technology group at the Spallation Neutron Source accelerator at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where she is responsible for the physics aspects and intellectual leadership of the accelerator performance. Sarah also holds a Joint Faculty appointment with the University of Tennessee Department of Physics and Astronomy. View Sarah's bio.