The NCICU Ethics Bowl is an annual competition in which student teams from our campuses address ethical issues by responding to case studies around a specific theme. The Ethics Bowl offers an academic experience that increases awareness and discourse about applying ethics in leadership, decision-making, interpersonal relations, and various issues in society today.

2022 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Democracy & Citizenship
to be held at the NC Legislative Complex
February 11 & 12, 2022

 

2021 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in a Pandemic
held virtually due to the pandemic
Because of the virtual format, teams made presentations but were not judged

2020 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Agriculture
held at the NC Legislative Complex
High Point University won the competition

2019 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in the Environment
held at the NC Legislative Complex
Catawba College won the competition

2018 Ethics Bowl: Ethics and the Future of Community
held at the NC Legislative Complex
Salem College won the competition

2017 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Law
held at the NC Legislative Complex
Salem College won the competition

2016 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Technology
held at Meredith College
Barton College won the competition

2015 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Education
held at Campbell University College of Law
Wake Forest University won the competition

2014 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Health Care
held at Campbell University College of Law
Wake Forest University won the competition

2013 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in Communications
held at Campbell University College of Law
Methodist University won the competition

2012 Ethics Bowl: Ethics in the Workplace
held a Meredith College
Wake Forest University won the competition

For more information about Ethics Bowl, contact Rebecca Leggett.

NCICU Ethics Bowl