An Ethics Bowl is a collaborative yet competitive event in which teams analyze a series of wide-ranging ethical dilemmas. Responses are judged according to the quality of a team’s reasoning and how well team members:
An exciting tournament, an ethics bowl is a great way for students to deepen their understanding and appreciation of interesting ethical and social issues. Read about the team's participation in the 2019 National Bioethics Bowl.
As part of the Puget Sound Ethics Bowl team, students get a chance to:
In connection with the Puget Sound Access Programs, members of the Puget Sound Ethics Bowl team have been involved in coaching high school ethics bowl teams from Tacoma Public Schools.
In connection with FEPPS, the Puget Sound Ethics Bowl team participated in the first ethics bowl team at the Washington Correction Center for Women in April 2019. Read about the event here.
If interested, please contact professor Ariela Tubert in the Philosophy department (firstname.lastname@example.org).