The Regional Ethics Bowl Team Meetings are held at the Ethics Institute during the Fall term (Thursdays at 4:00 and as needed to prepare). If the Dartmouth team qualifies, the National Ethics Bowl Team Meetings are held during the Winter term.
Regional Ethics Bowl 2015 is November 14 at St. Joseph's College in New York
Congrats to our newly elected DES officers:
President: Josefina Ruiz ‘17
Vice President: Ian Bateman ‘18
Treasurer: Carlos Chavira Ochoa ‘17
For more information about team meeting times, please email email@example.com
The Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl (IEB) is a team competition sponsored by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) that combines the excitement and fun of a competitive tournament with an innovative approach to education in practical and professional ethics for undergraduate students. In September, each team receives a set of 15 cases and must prepare an analysis of each case. The cases cover a range of topics including law, medicine, business, public policy, and personal life. At the competition, a moderator poses questions based on a case taken from that set. A panel of judges probes the teams for further justifications and evaluates answers. Rating criteria are intelligibility, focus on ethically relevant considerations, avoidance of ethical irrelevance, and deliberative thoughtfulness.
The 10 Regional Ethics Bowls occur in the Fall and serve as qualifying competitions for the National Ethics Bowl. The top 32 schools that compete in the Regional Ethics Bowls will be invited to participate in the National competition.
Twentieth Intercollegiate Ethics Bowlsm Competition to be held at APPE Annual Meeting in Reston, Virginia on Sunday, February 21, 2016.
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
April 8-10, 2016
Planned and organized by undergraduate students, this conference aims to engage a new generation of students in the field of bioethics. The theme of the 2016 conference is "Regenerative Medicine and Biomedical Engineering: Innovations and the Consequent Controversies." Examine and discuss the underlying ethical considerations in the recent advances in regenerative medicine and biomedical engineering. The discussions will focus both on research and on translational care. NUBC will provide opportunities for students to present and publish original research, engage with students and academics in the field of bioethics, and debate bioethical dilemmas in the National Bioethics Bowl. Explore this website to learn more about registration, conference events, presentation and paper submissions, and the Bioethics Bowl! Learn more>>
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