In this podcast, UM Ethics Bowl alumna Kate Leary discusses her favorite case from her time with the team: "Bodily Identity Integrity Disorder," a case from the 2016 Regional Bowl that explores the boundaries of medicine.
Matt Reardon, rising 3L at Harvard Law School and former Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl participant, discusses his most compelling case with us: how a faculty hiring committee should deal with a prospective pro
Matt Deaton talks to us about each of the hats he wears in the ethics sphere — professor, author and former Ethics Bowl Outreach Director— and what he's taken away from his experiences.
Cullen O'Keefe, former co-lead of the University of Michigan Ethics Bowl team and 2016 U of M graduate, walks us through his 'most compelling case' on transgender civil rights. He also discusses how an Ethics Bowl works and what it's like to be on the U of M Ethics Bowl team.
Robin Zheng, a 2015 PhD graduate of the University of Michigan's Department of Philosophy, former Ethics Bowl volunteer and current assistant philosophy professor at the Singapore Yale-NUS school, discusses her fascinating work on implicit bias and responsibility with us.
A2Ethics talks the ethical benefits and pitfalls of participatory budgeting across the world with Ana Paula Pimental Walker, a professor of urban planning at the University of Michigan who specializes in PB.
Karen Lancaster, finance director for the city of Ann Arbor, discusses the annual budgeting process for the city with us in what you could call a ‘Budget 101’. Walking through the stages of the budget process and different city funds, Karen suggests several ways citizens can be more informed and