National High School Ethics Bowl

The inagural National High School Ethics Bowl took place on April 19-20, 2013, on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sixteen teams from across the country participated in a two-day event sponsored by UNC’s Parr Center for Ethics, with help from the Squire Family Foundation and other foundation and corporate sponsors.

The Second Annual National High School Ethics Bowl was held on April 4-5, 2014, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and was a great success! 

The 2015 High School Ethics Bowl will take place on April 10-11, 2015 on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  We expect an even greater turnout of teams, coaches, and spectators than ever before.

The National High School Ethics Bowl is a part of a larger initiative by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics that includes the long standing APPE International Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, and the newly formed Two Year College Ethics Bowl, which enjoyed its inagural bowl in April 2013. 

For more information about the NHSEB, how to create a team or a regional event in your area, and for study and preparatory information, visit http://nhseb.unc.edu/

More information at the Squire Family Foundation, www.squirefoundation.org

2015 Regional High School Bowl Competitions - TBA

 

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2014 Regional High School Bowl Competitions

Inagural National High School Ethics Bowl regional compeitions

Prior High School Ethics Bowl competitions

Pre-college Ethics Interest Group (PEIG)

APPE’s Pre-college Ethics Interest Group (PEIG) is committed to introducing ethics into the pre-college curriculum. 

The PEIG panel at the 2015 APPE Annual Conference  will be "Ethics Bowl: Models of Curricular Integration" and will include Roberta Israeloff, Brett Fulkerson-Smith, and John Garcia, as well as others to be named later.  PIEG sponsored a panel at APPE’s 2014 Annual Conference entitled “Beyond the High School Ethics Bowl: Including Ethics in the High School Curriculum.” 

For more information, please contact the APPE office at appe@indiana.edu or

Roberta Israeloff, director, Squire Family Foundation: risraeloff@squirefoundation.org 

 

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