Thursday, February 7
Competition for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Gail Conference Room
Marymount's Center for Ethical Concerns sponsors an annual contest for students interested in analyzing ethical issues. A faculty panel judges the competition. Money is awarded to winning competitors at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. (A check will be presented to the winners within two weeks of the competition.)
Working in teams of two or three, students are invited to analyze a specific case by focusing on and defining the ethical dilemmas presented.
Read the case for 2013
See the case competition rules
Get a sample submission form
If you have any questions, please contact Brian M. Doyle, director, Center for Ethical Concerns, at email@example.com.