Business Students Among Those Heading to Regional Ethics Bowl Competition
November 06, 2009
Conceived and funded by Karl and Tere Schulze, and further supported by philanthropist and businesswoman Adrienne Arsht, the purpose of the annual debates is to heighten students’ awareness of the ethical components of real-life situations and to improve their debating and communications skills. This year’s judges included Karl Schulze, who made his sixth trip from California to help judge and be the luncheon speaker. The Ethics Debate is based on the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Competition. Each member of the first place team will receive $300 to donate to a non-profit organization of their choice.
The two winning teams that will represent UM in the regional competition are:
Haley Kornfield, Junior, Political Science
Robert Levine, Junior, Economics, Accounting and Finance
Josh Kornfield, Sophomore, International Relations
Ashley Carnes, Senior, International Relations
Caitlin Giles, Freshman, Political Science (alternate)
Jonathan D’Ambra, Junior, Economics
JaimeWilliams, Junior, International Relations and Psychology
Elana Reman, Sophomore, Broadcast Journalism and Political Science
Marcela Arcos, Freshman, Economics and Latin American Studies
Andrew Hamner, Junior, Political Science
For more information about the Ethics Debate at the School of Business, or the other ethics initiatives at the University of Miami, visit www.miami.edu/ethics or contact Anita Cava at 305-284-5084.