Growing, Improving, and Diversifying Philosophy, Part 1

October 22, 2015

Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog So far my posts have revolved around inequity caused by university structure, the lack of accreditation for philosophy, the rise of assessment, and university privilege and the problem of diversity in philosophy.  I claim that … Continued

High School Ethics Bowl Competition

April 30, 2015

IIT Today, April 30, 2015 The Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions congratulates students from Nicholas Senn High School, Oak Park and River Forest High School, and Pritzker College Prep for taking part in Chicago’s first High … Continued

3rd Annual National High School Ethics Bowl Storify

April 13, 2015

On April 9-11, twenty one teams from across the U.S., and one team from Canada, traveled to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to compete in the third annual National High School Ethics Bowl, hosted by UNC Parr … Continued

Winnipeg students to compete in U.S. ethics bowl

April 1, 2015

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.

Students face off in 4th Annual High School Ethics Bowl

March 3, 2015

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