The Ethics Bowl competition is a nation-wide debate pitting the best and brightest analytical thinkers and arguers from colleges and universities around the nation. Each competition addresses such issues as marketing to children, the controversial Arizona immigration bill, the rights of an employer to control legal behaviors of employees outside of work, and the moral propriety of producing and distributing heavily caffeinated alcoholic drinks. For more information about UCD's Ethics Bowl team and the nationally organized competition, contact Professors Candice Shelby and Gabriel Zamosc (team coaches).
- If interested, Contact Professor Candice Shelby at firstname.lastname@example.org; 303-556-3223
"Ethicutioners Claim Regional Prize: Ethics team heading to national competition"
Ethicutioners (left to right) Christina Young, Erica Medina, Blake Brennan, Brandon Harris, Elle Brown, Dan Banta, and Sean Killan.
"Student Philosophers Sweep Bowl: UC Denver ethics debate team heads to nationals" (Fall 2010)
UCD Philosophy participated in the National Ethics Bowl on March 3, and swept the morning three rounds of competition. The team went into the quarterfinal round as one of only 3 undefeated. The loss in the quarterfinal round was to the team that won the national championship. With a record of 3 and 1, UCD's team had one of the top 3 win/loss records in the national competition. For the season, the UCD debaters earned a record of 9 wins and 1 loss.
||From left to right (bottom image), Brandon Harris, Katie Porter, Candice Shelby (coach), Dan Banta, Chavaya Beebee-Galvao.|