Philosophy Graduate Student, Zachary Srivastava, teaches philosophy for kids (P4C) to students at Clifton Area Neighborhood School (CANS)

UC Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl teams leads a mock round for high school teachers and students at Ethics Bowl 101

UC Philosophy Professor, Melissa Jacquart, teaches philosophy for kids (P4C) to students at Clifton Area Neighborhood School (CANS)

Philosophy Graduate Student, Jacob Ebbs, teaches philosophy for kids (P4C) to students at Clifton Area Neighborhood School (CANS)

Philosophy Graduate Student, Zachary Srivastava , teaches philosophy in his role as Game Master playing Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) at Westwood Public Library

Philosophy Graduate Student, Jonathan McKinney, teaches philosophy in his role as Game Master playing Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) at Westwood Public Library

Graduate Student, Alexa Justice, teaches philosophy in her role as Game Master playing Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) at Westwood Public Library

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June 16 – August 4, 2022

Teaching Ethics Through Roleplaying Games

Join graduate students from UC’s Department of Philosophy and staff from UC’s EI Title IX Office as they act as “Game Masters” and guide children through fun-filled adventures and exploration through the traditional tabletop role-playing game, Dungeons and Dragons (D&D).  Adventures take place on Thursdays at the Westwood Public Library, 3345 Epworth Avenue, from 1:00pm – 3:00pm.

The Cincinnati Ethics Center is partnering with the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library to create educational adventures that are designed to introduce children to philosophical and moral reasoning concepts, emphasize critical thinking, community, and creativity in the context of D&D.


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