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April 14, 2017

Wayne Memorial High School Represents Michigan at the National High School Ethics Bowl, Voted By Peers to Receive Spirit Award

Ann Arbor, MI – After winning out over 12 other teams during the fourth-annual Michigan High School Ethics Bowl this January, Wayne Memorial High School’s “The Herd” traveled to North Carolina this weekend to compete in the National High School Ethics Bowl.

Saturday, April 22nd, is Earth Day. It is also a day when many will participate in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti rallies connected to the nationwide March for Science. A2Ethics members will join them. 

The Case Studies animate and drive the Bowl competition. They present real world ethical situations across professions--from medicine to the building trades--and topics, such as the responsible use of emerging technologies.

The Michigan Bowl showcases area high school students discussing real world ethical dilemmas before a panel of judges from 9 Michigan universities and colleges.

PB gives residents a chance to propose city improvement ideas and directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. It is an experiment in inclusive, open governance.

Before your summer road trip...check out what three knowledgeable human panelists have to say about the ethics of driverless cars. Our very own summer blockbuster. Now on YouTube.  

Cheers for the Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team for its impressive showing at April's National High School Bowl. The team of sophomores and juniors bested twenty other state champions to bring home the 4th place trophy and $4,000 prize for the school. 


Can humans talk intelligently about driverless cars without a robot on the panel? Find out when A2Ethics and the Michigan Ethics Bowl Team host a public discussion.

The 3rd Michigan High School Ethics Bowl is in the record books. We have learned from participants and volunteers how the event can be even more spectacular next year.

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