Parr Center News Archive
Parr Center News Archive
WCHL Highlights NHSEB
NHSEB Director Alex Richardson sits down with Aaron Keck of WCHL/Chapelboro's "This Morning" to chat about the National High School Ethics Bowl, its educational impact, the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic during this season, and NHSEB's response plan for 2020-2021 and beyond.READ MORE
The National High School Ethics Bowl launches its new competition platform for 2020-2021 and beyond, NHSEBOne. The platform was developed in partnership with EnableEducation with the support of the Marc Sanders Foundation, the Squire Family Foundation, and other NHSEB partners and sponsors.READ MORE
NHSEBBridge, a new initiative from the Parr Center for Ethics, will bring the Center’s celebrated National High School Ethics Bowl program to new areas of the country, with a focus on under-resourced schools and underserved communities.READ MORE
Ethics Bowl is back.
The Parr Center launches its 2020-2021 Ethics Bowl season, both regionally and nationally.READ MORE
New Ethics Scholar Program
UNC undergraduates who complete significant work within ethics can now receive university recognition on their official transcript!READ MORE
Pandemic Ethics Dashboard
Check out UNC Public Health Professor Jim Thomas's updated Pandemic Ethics Dashboard.READ MORE
Meet the newest member of the Parr Center team, Marina Greenfeld, our new Administrator!READ MORE
2019-2020 Parr Center Undergraduate Fellows
The Parr Center's Newest Additions to the Undergraduate Fellowship!READ MORE
Undergraduate Reading Groups!
Want to join in on the discussion while enjoying catered food? Apply today!READ MORE
Director, Sarah Stroud, on Chapelboro Radio Station!
Want to hear about how our Director is making a difference at UNC?READ MORE
Apply to be an Undergrad Fellow!
Looking to apply to our Undergraduate Fellowship program?READ MORE
Undergrad Fellow Recruitment 2019
What has the Parr Center been up to in the first weeks of the semester?READ MORE
2019 Fellow Celebration and Posters
Want a tiny snippet of our first annual Parr Center Undergraduate Fellow End of the Year Celebration? We thoroughly enjoyed sending off our graduating seniors and exchange students with a touching evening of laughter, smiles...READ MORE
Kenan Moral Purpose Award Essay Contest Winners!
What role does a liberal arts education play in creating a full life? Duke senior Kimberly Perez and UNC-Chapel Hill senior Adesh Ranganna provide answers in their Kenan Moral Purpose Award-winning essays...READ MORE
E.A.T. with Karolyn Tyson
On March 7th, we held our first Ethics Around the Table (EAT) of the year featuring Karolyn Tyson, UNC Professor of Sociology. She discussed her work “Trust in Time of Crisis and Change: Black Parents...READ MORE
Moral Obligations to Returning Veterans
The Carolina Forum for Ethics is UNC’s first and only undergraduate club dedicated to discussing and exploring ethical matters. Their first event of the 2018-2019 academic year...READ MORE
Our New Director, Sarah Stroud
Sarah Stroud joined the Parr Center in 2018. She was previously Professor of Philosophy at McGill University, where she taught from 1993 to 2018. She holds degrees from Harvard (A.B.) and Princeton (Ph.D.). She works across...READ MORE
Our NEW Undergraduate Blog: Parr Heels
Beginning in the 2018-2019 year, this will be a space for blog posts by the Undergraduate Fellows at the Parr Center for Ethics, UNC’s home for ethical inquiry. The Undergraduate Fellows are involved in every...READ MORE
Ethics Across the Disciplines: Paula McAvoy
On February 25th, we hosted our first ever Ethics Across the Disciplines event. This is a new initiative by Director, Sarah Stroud to connect ethics to different departments across UNC’s campus. Our guest speaker was ...READ MORE
NC High School Ethics Bowl
On Saturday, January 26th students from all across North Carolina came to UNC’s campus to compete in this year’s North Carolina Regional High School Ethics Bowl. The UNC’s University Communications ...READ MORE
National High School Ethics Bowl Winners!
Students from across the United States came to UNC-CH to discuss complex and timely ethical dilemmas in the 7th annual event! ...READ MORE