November 14, 2001
|WHO:||Twelve teams of college students from Palo Alto College, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, University of Texas-Pan America, Southwest Texas State University, Texas Wesleyan University and St. Mary’s University|
|WHAT:||Fourth Annual South Central Texas Regional Ethics Bowl|
9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17
|WHERE:||The Moody Life Sciences Building on the St. Mary’s campus|
|COST:||Free to the public|
|Contact Anne Meyer, Ph.D., at 826-8573 for more information.|
The Ethics Bowl is run like the “College Bowl” television series. One month in advance, teams get a set of moral quandaries to study. At the competition, a moderator selects one of the issues. Each team is granted one minute to discuss it before one of them presents the group opinion. A panel of judges may seek clarification or may rest, turning over the ethical question to the other team. Answers are judged for intelligibility, depth, focus and judgment.