The National High School Ethics Bowl is excited and honored to be featured by the National Humanities Alliance on their new website showcasing outstanding publicly engaged humanities work across the nation. From our profile: “The National High School Ethics Bowl … Continued
Author Archives: Dominique Dery
Read more here about how Northern California High School Ethics Bowl organizer Kyle Robertson, from the Center for Public Philosophy at the University of California at Santa Cruz, brings ethics bowl into his work with prison inmates at San Quentin.
The NHSEB and the Parr Center for Ethics are pleased to announce that the 2019 NHSEB National Bowl will take place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on April 6-7, 2019! We look forward to another wonderful … Continued
Watch the final round of the 2018 NHSEB Nationals hosted by the Parr Center for Ethics at UNC-Chapel Hill! Kent Place School (NJ) and Stanford Online School (CA) discuss the Electoral College and felon disenfranchisement.
Watch the NHSEB Nationals 2018 in action! Thank you to all our extraordinary participants and volunteers across the US. Thank you to Robert Kinlaw for this video!
Besides all the things that she is honored for with this award, Susan Russinoff is also the organizer of the New England High School Ethics Bowl at Tufts University! We are grateful for all her work with us and for … Continued
Students from across the United States came to UNC-CH to discuss complex and timely ethical dilemmas in the 6th annual event! Visit the National High School Ethics Bowl and Parr Center for Ethics Facebook pages to see photos and updates from throughout … Continued
Listen in to Director Dominique Dery speaking briefly on the Aaron Keck Show on WCHL about the lead-up to the Nationals this weekend!!!
Peek in on Marco Island Academy’s practices as they get ready for the upcoming Nationals and reflect on their experience in the NHSEB! Read more here: https://www.coastalbreezenews.com/articles/mia-ethics-bowl-team-best-in-state/
The NHSEB is pleased to announce the results of the 2018 Case-Writing Competition! The judges were all extremely impressed with the breadth and depth of the cases this year – they covered many important topics, including Confederate monuments, sexual assault, … Continued