2nd Annual Greater Cincinnati Regional High School Ethics Bowl – SUCCESS!

The 2nd annual Greater Cincinnati Regional High School Ethics Bowl saw an impressive turnout, with 21 teams from 14 private and public high schools participating, and over 100 volunteers braving adverse weather conditions for a rigorous 14-hour day of matches. Andy Cullison, Executive Director at the Cincinnati Ethics Center, expressed delight at the event’s significant […]

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Greater Cincinnati Regional High School Ethics Bowl Competition Catapults to Top 6 in Country

The 2nd annual Greater Cincinnati Regional High School Ethics Bowl competition will take place Saturday, January 20, at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business building at the University of Cincinnati. Last year five schools and eight teams competed in the inaugural competition. This year 14 schools and 22 teams from private and public schools

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Dungeon Ethics!

The Cincinnati Ethics Center (CEC) has partnered with the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library System in a seemingly unconventional way; through a well-known role play game! Dungeons and Dragons® is a tabletop game in which you follow a character sheet and journey with your team of players as you use magic, meet fantastical beings,

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PHIL 3015: A Competitive and Exhilarating Way to Engage with Ethics

In the midst of UC’s rapidly growing Philosophy department is a class unlike any other. PHIL 3015 is a philosophy class during which students learn how to apply ethical cases to real life situations. Apart from in-class lectures, students can hone their debating skills as they prepare to travel to the APPE Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

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Participating schools gathering before the start of the competition

Inaugural Greater Cincinnati Regional High School Ethics Bowl – HUGE SUCCESS

On Saturday, January 21, the Cincinnati Ethics Center hosted five high schools, Gilbert A. Dater, Mt. Healthy, St. Ursula Academy, St. Xavier, and Walnut Hills at the inaugural Greater Cincinnati Regional High School Ethics Bowl held at the Carl H. Linder College of Business building on the campus of the University of Cincinnati. 48 students

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UC's Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team at 2022 Regional

Top 10 Finish for UC’s Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team

Students enrolled in PHIL 3015, instructed by doctoral student Vincent Del Prado, represented the University of Cincinnati (UC) at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) 2022 Intercollegiate Central States Regional Ethics Bowl competition held at Marian University on November 11.  Assisted by Kyle Yrigoyen, Vincent and his team of five students arrived in

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Cincinnati Ethics Center Partners with Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library to Teach Ethics through Roleplaying Games

Featured image L to R: Zachary Srivastava, UC Philosophy Dept. grad student; Alexa Justice, GEI Coordinator with UC’s EI Title IX Office ; and Jonathan McKinney, UC Philosophy Dept. researcher The Cincinnati Ethics Center (CEC), will partner with the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library to create educational adventures that are designed to introduce children

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Cincinnati Ethics Center on WVXU Cincinnati Edition

As a result of the enthusiasm surrounding the Ethics Bowl 101 event, the Cincinnati Ethics Center Executive Director Andrew (Andy) Cullison; and three people who took part in the Ethics Bowl 101: Mount Healthy High School world history teacher Tyler Barrett; Mount Healthy High School counselor Nikeisha Brooks; and Mount Healthy High School junior El-Ayanna

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Ethics Bowl 101 logo

“A” Grade for Ethics Bowl 101

The Cincinnati Ethics Center (CEC) held its first community engagement event when it hosted Ethics Bowl 101, an informative introduction to National High School Ethics Bowl (NHSEB) featuring UC students from the 2021 National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Championship Team.  Increasing area high school participation in NHSEB is a high priority for the Center. Founded in 2012, NHSEB

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