Students from across the United States come to UNC-CH to discuss complex and timely ethical dilemmas in the 7th annual competition (Chapel Hill, N.C. – March 6, 2019) – The seventh annual National High School Ethics Bowl will bring 24 teams from … Continued
A message from the John Stuart Mill Cup, a high school event inspired by the NHSEB format: There is still opportunity to sign a team up for the John Stuart Mill Cup, the St. Andrews-based ethics debating tournament for secondary … Continued
Attention! The 2018-2019 National case set has been released! 24 teams from across the U.S. will discuss these complex and timely issues at the 2019 NHSEB Nationals in April. Click HERE to start reading!
The NHSEB is profiled on UNC.EDU: “It’s a competition, but it’s really about lifting up high school students’ voices and encouraging them to think about relevant issues in a way that’s productive,” she said. “It’s really inspiring to watch them … Continued
Listen in as long-time volunteer judge at both NC and National High School Ethics Bowls, Brandon Robinson, tells us about his experiences as a volunteer judge and what a difference it makes in his life and in the lives of … Continued
Announcing the 2019 John Stuart Mill Cup, an ethics debating tournament at St. Andrews on 6 June. The 2018 event was a smashing success, with 11 teams from schools across Britain participating, and the 2019 event is shaping up to … Continued
Watch below or click HERE to watch NHSEB Executive Committee member and UNC Parr Center for Ethics’ Outreach Director, Steve Swartzer as he leads a NHSEB judge training session! There is a ton of helpful material here for all kinds … Continued
Save the date! The Prindle Institute of Ethics will once again hold their Summer Invitational High School Ethics Bowl at DePauw University on June 26-28. Teams must place 1st through 4th in their own NHSEB regional to be eligible. Click … Continued
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Read more about Humanities for All and the NHSEB on the American Philosophical Association’s blog HERE!