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The Team(over the years)
Lindsey EspinosaTeam Captain
Major: Pre-Law/ Global
Adam R. Thompson, Ph.D.
UNL Ethics Center
Chelsea Richardson, philosophy
Lanita R. Sledge, M.Ed.,
Assistant Program Coordinator,
W.H. Thompson Learning Community
Mark Albert Selzer,
Dept. of Philosophy
UNL Ethics Bowl Team Wins A Bid to National Competition Again!!
For the second time in four years of competing, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s
Ethics Bowl Team won a bid to Nationals after an excellent showing at Regionals in Boulder, CO.
On their way, they had the opportunity to compete and win against Colorado State University,
Air Force, and The Colorado School of Mines. The team is resting in preparation for another run
at Nationals in Costa Mesa, CA in February.
UNL Ethics Bowl Team Outranks Duke, Villanova, Gonzaga, and Wake Forrest in Nation Competition
In their first appearance at the Nation Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Competition, UNL placed 14th out of 32. We're very proud of the team's performance. Not only did we outrank some of the top ranked schools in the nation, Head Coach Clare LaFrance, reported that the team received numerous compliments throughout the competition. The team looks forward to returning to nationals next year after another successful trip to regionals this coming fall.
(Nationals Team With Certificate:
Back Left to Right: Katherine Miller, R. Walker Edwards, Oliver Tonkin//
Bottom Left to Right: Sarah O'Neill, Mykayla Messing, Kyle Kettler, Clare LaFrance)
NET Covers Ethics Bowl Team as They Prepare for National Competition
NET, Nebraska's local NPR station dropped by to catch a glimpse of the Ethics Bowl team in action as they prepared for their run at the National Intercollegiate Competition.
Read or hear the story here
UNL Ethics Bowl team wins its 1st regional competition
For the first time in three years of competing, one of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s
Ethics Bowl teams won the Ethics Bowl regional competition in Boulder, Colo., last Saturday.
Seven teams total competed, with UNL sending two. The winning UNL team defeated
University of Colorado at Boulder to become one of 10 teams to compete in the 18th
national Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Championship in February.
Read more about the team's win.