Tufts University will host the
New England Regional High School Ethics Bowl
on February 12, 2022.
The competition will be virtual. Details to follow.
More information on what an Ethics Bowl is or how to get involved can be found at the National High School Ethics Bowl Website. The National High School Ethics Bowl website hosts information on the rules and procedures, the cases that will be debated, how to start a team at your high school, and many more details. If you are considering participating, there is sure to be a lot of helpful information for you there.
Be sure to check back for more information on the New England Regional Bowl hosted by Tufts University.
Below are some answers to frequently asked questions.
The New England Regional High School Ethics Bowl will be held on Saturday, February 12, 2022.
The deadline for registration with the Tufts Philosophy Department is January 18, 2022.
How to register your team:
We recommend that teams have between four (4) and six (6) members. In accordance with the national HSEB rules, no more than five (5) students from a team may compete in any given round.
Once we have heard from interested schools, we will determine if we can accommodate more than one team per school. If your school wants to send more than one team, please contact us so we can take this into account as we plan. Emails should be sent to: Susan.Russinoff@tufts.edu
Please submit an online registration form, which asks for school, chaperone, and student information.
The online registration form is required for participation in the New England Regional Ethics Bowl. The form asks information about the participating school, chaperone(s), and team members. Registration is open until January 18, 2022.
A registration fee of $125.00 per school, collected by the National High School Ethics Bowl, Parr School for Ethics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This payment can be made online via their website (http://nhseb.unc.edu/local/registration/). The $125 fee can be waived in cases of financial hardship.
Other information about the New England Regional Ethics Bowl, including this year’s cases, rules and regulations, and the judge’s score sheet can be found on the NHSEB site https://nhseb.unc.edu/.