The NHSEB team is honored for our program to be featured in the Spring 2022 issue of the UNC Arts & Sciences Magazine:
A space to talk about hard things
The award-winning National High School Ethics Bowl teaches students how to thoughtfully engage with divisive topics — and with one another.
Is it OK to “ghost” someone you’ve been dating? What is the value of objectivity in journalism? How should government officials communicate information about COVID-19?
These questions are just a few of the topics presented to students during the National High School Ethics Bowl (NHSEB), a program that hosts regional bowls and then a national event each April in which teams discuss real-life ethical issues. The program is part of the Parr Center for Ethics in the Department of Philosophy.
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