Last month, seven Georgetown undergraduates traveled to Cleveland, Ohio to compete in a debate-style bioethics bowl at the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (NUBC).
On November 10th, Georgetown’s Ethics Bowl team traveled to the University of Baltimore to compete with 13 other teams in a debate-style competition sponsored by the the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE). Georgetown took first place in the Mid-Atlantic regional competition after winning every single round, and the team will now compete in […]
Georgetown’s bioethics debate team traveled to the national rounds in Denver, CO, at the annual meeting of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference, featuring plenary speaker Temple Grandin, and won second place in the competition.
Georgetown’s KIE-supported undergraduate ethics debate team wins second place at a recent regional competition and earns a spot to compete in the national round.
Sponsored by the KIE, Georgetown sends its first-ever team of twelve undergraduates to compete in the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) Ethics Bowl.
Georgetown’s first ever Bioethics Bowl team, with support from the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, placed second at the 2011 national competition.