Ethics Bowl Team Places Second in Regional Competition, Headed for Nationals

CU Boulder's Ethics Bowl Team placed second out of sixteen teams in the Rocky Mountain-Wasatch Regional Competition on Saturday, Nov 14th and earned a spot at the National Competition in February 2021. Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl is a competitive event run by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics that encourages...

CVSP Lunchtime Talks Begin August 28

The first Center for Values and Social Policy lunchtime talk will be held online Friday, August 28 at 12:30 PM. Contact Graham Oddie at oddie@colorado.edu for the Zoom information. Featured speaker: Dr Tim Burkhardt Snider Scholar in Residence Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization University of...

13th Annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME), August 13-16, 2020

The 13th annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME) will be held remotely August 13-16, 2020. Click here for a full schedule! For abstracts click here. For passwords to the different Zoom rooms, please email Alastair Norcross ( norcross@colorado.edu ), Ben Hale ( bhale@colorado.edu ), Alex Beard ( Alexander.Beard@colorado.edu ), or...

CU Philosopher Trying to Meet Peter Singer’s Fundraising Challenge – And You Can Help

See the details here: http://dailynous.com/2020/04/22/boonin-singer-raising-funds-reduce-covid-19s-impact-poorer-countries/

Morris Judd Prize Deadline Extended to April 10

The 2020 Morris Judd Undergraduate Essay Prize will be awarded to the best undergraduate essay submitted on any topic in the values area. The prize comes with a cash award of $500 as well as formal recognition of the honor at the Department’s spring commencement ceremony. The competition is open...

CU Philosophy Major Launches New "Complicated Cancer" Blog

Aspen Heidekrueger is a Colorado native who is currently a junior at CU Boulder. She is pursuing a bachelor's degree in philosophy and is interested in the study of ethics and metaphysics. Aspen is also a leukemia survivor who underwent three years of chemotherapy treatment during her high school career...

Call for Submissions: 2020 Morris Judd Undergraduate Essay Prize

The 2020 Morris Judd Undergraduate Essay Prize will be awarded to the best undergraduate essay submitted on any topic in the values area. The prize comes with a cash award of $500 as well as formal recognition of the honor at the Department’s spring commencement ceremony. The competition is open...

Call for Papers: Thirteenth Annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress

The Thirteenth Annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME) will be held August 13-16, 2020, on the CU Boulder campus, and is now open for paper submissions. See the call for papers here .

RoME 2019, August 8-11

The 12th annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME) will take place on the CU Boulder campus August 8-11. See the schedule here .

CU Philosophy Department’s Center for Values and Social Policy hosts the 3rd annual Colorado High School Ethics Bowl, Saturday February 2, 2019

Under what conditions, if any, is it morally permissible to read someone’s diary without their knowledge? To engage in a loud argument in public? To buy ivory? Eight teams from five area high schools came together to discuss these questions and many more at the third annual Colorado High School...

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