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!
The NHSEB Case Competition is here again! It offers high school students the opportunity to write cases for the National High School Ethics Bowl! All submitted cases will be considered for use in future National and Regional High School Ethics Bowl case sets … Continued
Attention all! We are so excited to announce that you can now peruse the 2018-2019 Regional Case Set here! And you can register your school with the NHSEB here. Please keep in mind that you have to be in touch … Continued
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
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.