In our sixth episode of the Ethics Youth Council Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Joshua Chester. Josh, who is Greenhill's Associate Director of College Counseling, teaches a philosophy course at the school.
In our latest Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Whit Froehlich, a Greenhills alum and current third-year medical student at the University of Michigan.
In our third Ethics Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Miguel Cisneros, member for two years of the Huron High School Ethics Bowl Team and author of one of the winning cases in the 2017 A2Ethics Case Writing Competition, which then was selected as one of the 15 cases for the 2018 National Bowl regional case set. Bonnie and Miguel walk through Miguel's award-winning case on the Ann Arbor deer cull, and how the experience of writing it shifted Miguel's persp
In our second Ethics Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Aria Falcone, captain and founder of the Washtenaw International High School (WIHI) Ethics Bowl team. Bonnie and Aria discuss the process of founding an Ethics Bowl team at WIHI, and what goes into running a team, from coordination and communication to crafting team bonding activities. They also delve into several big ethical questions drawn from their academic experiences, including a discussion of epistemology and a look at virtue vs.
In our first Ethics Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu and Harry Bagenstos, co-captains of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, discuss what the Michigan Ethics Bowl program is; why they were drawn to it; and tell us a few stories about their own team experiences on Bowl Day. They also highlight the case study--and its essential role in the competition.
In our latest episode of "Authors Talk," we speak with Rob Haddad. Rob lives in New Jersey and is a 1998 Sport Management and Communications department graduate from the School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan, where he was also the Chair of the Alumni Society from 2012-2015.
For the second episode of our "Authors Talk" series, we chatted with Teri Turner, RN, BSN, MS, CHPN. Teri recently retired from her position as Director of Clinical Services at Arbor Hospice. She has been involved in the specialty of hospice care for 23 years. Teri has wide-ranging experience in international health care and a special interest in the impact of culture on health.
We recently had the pleasure of speaking with Basil Baccouche. Basil is currently studying at Harvard College. He is a graduate of Ann Arbor Pioneer High School, where he competed in the Michigan High School Ethics Bowl for three years, including one Regional championship and trip to the National High School Ethics Bowl in North Carolina. Basil talks about his Most Compelling Case from Ethics Bowl, "Visiting Mr.
We chatted with Elton Li, UM Ethics Bowl founder and longtime A2Ethics collaborator, about his passion for applied ethics. Elton is currently studying medicine at Michigan State University. He discussed his most compelling case from his time with Michigan Ethics Bowl: "Freedom to Burn the Qur'an" (case #2 from fall 2011). We also talk about ethics education in medicine, and the importance of Ethics Bowl as an institution.