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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 2019 
Tennessee Science Bowl Winners

1st Place

Oak Ridge High School

Oak Ridge High School –
David Joy
Henry Shen
George Wang
Steve Qu
Melody Guo
Sharon Thomas – Coach 




2nd Place
Maryville High School

Maryville HS

Caleb Fikes, Sean Harris, Skylar Hewerdine, Zachary Taylor, Megan Underwood, Elizabether Ann Huffaker - Coach, Marie Owens - Co-Coach

3rd Place
White Station High School

White Station High School

Angus McKee, Brandy Yuan, Pranav Rajashekar, William Eggleston, Abigail Cassius, Lyn Cassius – Coach

4th Place
Cookeville High School

Cookeville High School

Eli Apple, Sanjay Chakrabary, Pranav Reddy, Vivek Kotla, Steven Young – Coach

Civility Award
Dobyns-Bennett High School

Dobyns Bennett High School

Rachel Rivera, Allison Glynn, James Root, Arnab Dey, Vikram Nathan, Katie Jenkins – Coach, Michael Pencarinha – Co-Coach




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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2019 Featured Dinner Speaker — Dr. Jeff Nichols

Dr. Nichols became the associate laboratory director for ORNL’s Computing and Computational Sciences in April 2009.  In this position, he oversees the Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS), the site of the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF), which delivers state-of-the-art scientific research and technological innovations.  The OLCF is home to Summit, the world’s most powerful computing resource.  He leads ORNL’s agenda in advanced high-performance computing in priority areas such as materials science, fusion energy, and health data, as well as the laboratory’s quantum computing and artificial intelligence initiatives. View Dr.Nichol's full bio.