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Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

Building a better discourse.

Ethics bowl is a debate-style competition that focuses on contemporary moral problems. If you are a student at DePauw, here’s how you can join in on the fun! Are you a high school student or teacher looking for further information about Ethics Bowl at Prindle? This page might be more helpful!

Here's how you can participate in ethics bowl at DePauw:

Four high school students sitting behind a table discussing their strategy at a high school ethics bowl competition at the Prindle Institute
This could be you! Get involved with ethics bowl at the Prindle Institute.
  • You can volunteer to moderate, judge or just help out at our annual Indiana High School Ethics Bowl Competition.
  • You can join the DePauw University Ethics Bowl Team. Since 2004, DePauw’s teams have won or placed second at the Central States Regional competition six times and moved on to participate in the Ethics Bowl National Championship Competition. The 2012-2013 team emerged from the Seventeeth Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Championship as the national champion. Professor of Philosophy Marcia McKelligan coaches the team and selects its members. Additional information about DePauw’s ethics bowl teams can be found here. Any DePauw student who is interested in joining the ethics bowl team should contact Marcia McKelligan (mamck@depauw.edu).

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