RALEIGH — For the third consecutive year, a delegation of St. Andrews University students will be competing at the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Ethics Bowl in Raleigh.
With a theme of “Ethics in Health Care,” the event, which stared Friday and continues today, will be held at Campbell University School of Law.
“We have returning students who will be better prepared to represent St. Andrews University this year who have relished the experience,” said Dr. Doug Glass, assistant professor of business and economics and Ethics Bowl coach. “It is a terrific opportunity for our students to grow in their worldview and meet peers in a competitive setting.”
Students representing St. Andrews this year include Mike Ianuzzi, Rebekah Webster, Stuart Marshall, Dalton Marshall and Dara Corbett.
“Our team prepares from December through January,” said Glass. “In our practice sessions we apply the format of the Ethics Bowl to our discussions. We must take an ethical stance and defend it.”
At the NCICU event, a panel of three judges, including business and community leaders from across the state. The teams will be evaluated on the quality of their argument, research, presentation style and moral theory. Moderators will facilitate each round.