High School Ethics Case Competition

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  • High School Ethics Case Competition Winners
  • High School Case Competition

Register for the 2022 High School Ethics Case Competition

Clemson University's High School Ethics Case Competition provides high school students, teachers, and judges with an excellent opportunity to gain awareness of ethical dilemmas and network. Teams consisting of two high school students will propose a solution to an ethical dilemma in front of a panel of judges.

High School Case Competition Brochure

Reasons to Participate:

  • Obtain exposure to ethical dilemmas in life
  • Understand that dilemmas occur everywhere and every day to everyone who makes choices
  • Learn about dilemmas that do not have clear cut answers
  • Obtain and improve decision-making skills in pressured and hurried situations at a leadership level
  • Get a jump start on resume building
  • Network with other high school students, Clemson University students, staff and faculty
  • Feel pride in participating in a rare and productive event

 

Congratulations to our 2021 High School Case Competition Winners:

1st place: Nirmay Bhanderi and Collin Roberts from Maclay School
2nd place: Zane Adamany and Daniel Eden from Brophy College Prep
3rd place: Andrew Perun and Jenna Springer from Culver Academy

Watch Nirmay and Collin's winning presentation:

 

2021 Keynote Address from Dr. Evan Dutmer:

 

Photos from the 2020 High School Ethics Case Competition can be found here.

Photos from the 2019 High School Ethics Case Competition can be found here.

Specific questions regarding the High School Ethics Case Competition can be directed to Lane Mayfield at mayfie2@clemson.edu or by calling (864) 656-5379.