We are excited to announce our Annual Ethics Bowl for 2017!
For those of you who haven't heard of the event before, the Ethics Bowl is a live debate competition. People form their own teams of 2-3 members who can be any USU student (this event is not restricted to SAEL members and we love to have students from across campus, so tell your friends!) We then assign teams into a double elimination bracket format. Each team is guaranteed at least 2 opportunities to debate, teams with the highest scores after the first two rounds advance while others are eliminated.
For competitors, we will have some great prizes, including $250 scholarships for each individual on the winning debate team, 2nd and 3rd place prizes and prizes for the best team name.
In order to participate as a competitor or volunteer, you'll need to RSVP (linked in the information below) with your team name, as well as names and emails for the 2-3 individuals that form your team. Remember, you don't need to be a paid member of SAEL to participate in the Ethics Bowl so come and bring your friends!
Friday, February 24
5 - 8 pm
Light dinner will be provided
The Society for the Advancement of Ethical Leadership (SAEL) has been created to provide exciting hands-on and real-world ethical experiences to students. The society seeks to uphold the Huntsman School of Business pillar of ethical leadership. SAEL is a student-run club providing many opportunities for students to get involved and challenge themselves with tough real world issues. We hold many activities and events throughout the year. Come check it out!
You get books, food, and prizes for the year, and the dues are just $20!
Name: Jessica Morrill
Name: Bret Crane
SAEL meets once a month on a Thursday evening. The rest of this year's schedule can be found below. Keep updated in case of changes on our website and through emails. The meetings will start at 6:30 pm unless otherwise noted.
September - Opening Social
October - Missoula discussion
November - Quiet discussion
January - The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks discussion
February - Ethics Bowl (5:00 pm)
March - In Order to Live discussion