Dartmouth undergraduates compete for spots on the annual Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team, held in conjunction with the Association of Practical and Professional Ethics Conference in February. Four to six students are selected for the highly competitive national event that challenges teams to solve a moral dilemma in a short period of time. The responses are judged by nationally recognized scholars. The goal of the competition is to have students work through difficult issues in a meaningful way and craft a response that represents a consensus of opinion.
Any interested Dartmouth undergraduates should contact Aine Donovan.
2010 Northeast Regional Ethics Bowl
(L-R Back) Zain Ul-Abideen '12, Jon Choi '11, Mimi Rich '12, Gina Greenwalt '14,
Brendan Mooney '14,Michelle Shu '14, Mandy Bowers '14, Aine Donovan (coach)
(L-R Front) Svati Narula '13, Connie Shang '13
2012 Regional Ethics Bowl - Dartmouth Team
(L-R) John Howard '15, Svati Narula '13,
and Annie Lape, '13
The Dartmouth Ethics Society is an undergraduate student society sponsored by the Ethics Institute. The team members for the Regional and National Ethics Bowls are chosen from interested DES members.
DES Officers for the 2015-2016 Academic Year:
President: John Howard '15
Vice-President: Justin Roshak '15
Treasurer/Secretary: Josefina Ruiz '17
Last Updated: 4/6/15