[SydPhil] Wanted Philosophers to adjudicate at upcoming Ethics Olympiads
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Tue Nov 17 10:16:14 AEDT 2020
Ethics Olympiads have proven to be an effective way of promoting the study of Philosophy and Ethics in tertiary institutions. We are looking for Philosophers and students of Philosophy to participate in next years Ethics Olympiads in May 2021. ( more information here https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/aE34CD1vlpTAYP0MHWD-Vu?domain=ethicsolympiad.yahoosites.com )
There is remuneration, up to $2280 available depending on how many Olympiads you participate in. At this stage, we intend to run twelve Olympiads in May.
Locations (Please note these will be held online) • Australian Capital Territory - Tuesday 4th May • New South Wales - Thursday 6th May • Victoria - Friday 7th May • Tasmania - Saturday 8th May • Queensland - Tuesday11th May • Queensland - Friday 14th May • New South Wales Monday 17th May • New Zealand North Island - Tuesday 18th May • New Zealand North Island - Wednesday 19th May • New Zealand South Island - Friday 21st May • Western Australia- Monday 24th May • South Australia & NT-Wednesday 26th May
Due to the COVID restrictions in 2020, we ran successful Zoom Ethics Olympiads for over 1000 Middle School students (Years 7-9) during November. Next May Senior students Ethics Olympiads (Years 10-13) are being run again online via Zoom. So, all you will need is a Zoom link to participate. From our point of view, we are keen to enlist people who have training in Philosophy, we need more female philosophers and ideally some experience working with young people.
More information including dates and times are available here;https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/r04WCE8wmrtx4PMniwCF17?domain=docs.google.com
Or email Matthew at; admin at ethicsolympiad.org
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