UNC College of Arts & Sciences Foundation, April 9, 2015 The third annual National High School Ethics Bowl will bring 22 teams from across North America to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill April 10-11. Hosted by The … Continued
Winnipeg Free Press, April 1, 2015 An international scholastic competition in which the winner is best able to collaborate and compromise to do what’s right, instead of tearing someone else apart intellectually? Yes, seriously.
Newsday-Long Island, March 18, 2015 A Bethpage High School team is the region’s best when it comes to matters of ethics.
The School District of Palm Beach County, March 3, 2015 WEST PALM BEACH – From moral issues of copying homework to violence against bullies to blocking uninsured motorists from refueling, teams of high school students will analyze and support ethical … Continued
The School District of Palm Beach County, February 25, 2015 The 4th Annual High School Ethics Bowl is scheduled to take place Saturday, March 7, at Conniston Middle School, in West Palm Beach. The first round of competition will begin … Continued
Missourian, February 7, 2015 COLUMBIA– Rock Bridge High School’s ethics bowl team is North Carolina-bound after a victory Saturday afternoon over six area high schools at the 2015 Missouri High School Ethics Bowl at Columbia College. Rock Bridge High School … Continued
Tennessee Today, January 28, 2015 Fifteen teams from thirteen East Tennessee high schools will compete at the sixth annual Tennessee High School Ethics Bowl. The daylong competition is sponsored by UT’s Department of Philosophy and the Humanities Center. The event … Continued
WCHL, January 20, 2015 The Parr Center for Ethics interim director, Geoff Sayre-McCord, and Aaron Keck from WCHL, recap the success of the third annual North Carolina High School Ethics Bowl. Listen to the interview here.
Winnipeg Free Press, January 13, 2015 A group of seven River East Collegiate students will be the first team to represent Canada at the US National High School Ethics Bowl in April.
The National Memo, December 25, 2014 One of the most optimistic documents ever to cross my desk was a scoring guide for judges evaluating teams in high school “ethics bowl” competitions. It’s been much on my mind during the bitter … Continued