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 on: Today at 08:20:22 AM 
Started by kelly young - Last post by kelly young
Wayne State University is seeking NDT-CEDA style Phd and MA debate graduate assistants for next Fall. The Department of Communication at Wayne State University offers assistantships in both MA and PhD programs in Communication Studies, Film Studies and Journalism. We have excellent programs in crisis communication, organizational, public relations, political communication, and leadership studies and a host of other comm fields.

The assistantships are very generous and competitive. You will receive tuition waiver, monthly stipend, health and dental insurance (same insurance coverage as faculty--which is better than most universities), and no teaching requirements other than your coaching work with the team (although you can in the summer for extra money). We have five assistantships in forensics - 3 for policy debate, 2 for individual events with a Director of Forensics (Kelly Young) and Director of Debate (Ron Stevenson).

Learn more at:  http://comm.wayne.edu/graduate/index.php and http://www.wsuforensics.org/joinus.htm.

Deadline for  application is January 15. Please fill out the appropriate MA or PhD application and a graduate assistantship form (http://comm.wayne.edu/grad-forms/grad-assistantship-app-new.pdf)

Also feel free to talk to me about the position. When contacting me, please indicate your current undergrad and grad GPAs, GRE scores (if taken), and scholarly interests.

We have a young but highly competitive team that is strongly supported by a great college, department and alumni. Learn more about our program at www.wsuforensics.org.

We are a public research (R1) university located in the heart of Detroitís Midtown Cultural Center Historic District. WSU has 13 schools and colleges and 31,000 graduate and undergraduate students. We host a number of concerts, speakers, and city events and festivals and are in walking distance or a very short drive from the renowned Detroit Institute of Arts, the Detroit Public Library, The Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Comerica Park, Ford Field, Joe Louis Arena, the Detroit Historical Museum, the New Detroit Science Center, the Detroit Film Theatre, the Fox Theatre, the Fisher Theatre, the Gem Theatre and the Detroit Opera House.

Deadline for applying for the PhD program is mid January; if you want a late apply, let me know immediately so I can notify the graduate committee. MA applicants are admitted on a rolling basis. Again, please let me know of your interest so I can let the grad committee know. Please check http://comm.wayne.edu/phd.php for updates.

Please contact me at Kelly.young at wayne.edu or my office phone 313-577-2953.

Thanks, Kelly

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 on: November 13, 2018, 11:39:42 AM 
Started by SherryHall - Last post by SherryHall

Attached is the information for making reservations for the Minnesota NDT.

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 on: November 13, 2018, 09:35:22 AM 
Started by repko - Last post by repko
If you are one of the teams that prefs me, you may want to read about the following experiment.

... casting call is genuine - we would love judges to sit-in and offer perspectives.

Best,

   Will

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 on: November 13, 2018, 08:32:19 AM 
Started by SherryHall - Last post by SherryHall
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 on: November 07, 2018, 02:09:49 PM 
Started by sarahtp73 - Last post by sarahtp73
Approved 2019 Dates
2/5/19 (T) FRALB Applications Due
2/7/19 (TH) - 2/10/19 (S) Committee Votes
2/11/19 (M) FRALB Announcement
 
2/26/19 (T) SRALB Applications Due
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3/4/19 (M) SRALB Announcement

3/21/19 NDT Registration
3/22/19-3/25/19 NDT Competition days

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 on: October 27, 2018, 11:54:15 AM 
Started by SherryHall - Last post by SherryHall
Greetings. This is another friendly reminder that NDT subscription fees are due on October 31, 2018. The cost of a subscription now is $100.00. On November 1, the cost goes up to $200.00. On December 15, it goes up to $300.00. You can pay your dues by sending a check made payable to the NDT to 324 Franklin St., Cambridge, MA 02139. You can also pay on the NDT site https://nationaldebatetournament.org/subscriptions/ or the AFA site. Before paying, please check this list and make sure that you are not on it. If you have paid and you are not on this list, please reach out to me at hallsherry2@gmail.com.

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 on: October 27, 2018, 11:53:51 AM 
Started by SherryHall - Last post by SherryHall
Greetings. This is another friendly reminder that NDT subscription fees are due on October 31, 2018. The cost of a subscription now is $100.00. On November 1, the cost goes up to $200.00. On December 15, it goes up to $300.00. You can pay your dues by sending a check made payable to the NDT to 324 Franklin St., Cambridge, MA 02139. You can also pay on the NDT site https://nationaldebatetournament.org/subscriptions/ or the AFA site. Before paying, please check this list and make sure that you are not on it. If you have paid and you are not on this list, please reach out to me at hallsherry2@gmail.com.

2018-2019 Subscribers
Arizona State University
Binghamton University
Boston College
California State University @ Long Beach
Dartmouth College
Emory University
Emporia State University
Fresno State University
George Mason University
Georgetown University
Gonzaga University
Harvard University
Indiana University
James Madison University
Liberty University
Michigan State University
Missouri State University
Northwestern University
Rochester University
Trinity University
United States Naval Academy
University of California @ Berkeley
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University of Florida
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University of Miami
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
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University of Nevada @ Las Vegas
University of Pittsburgh
University of Southern California
University of Texas @ Austin
Wake Forest University
Wayne State University
West Georgia University
West Virginia University
Wichita State University

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 on: October 24, 2018, 12:36:53 PM 
Started by DrScott - Last post by DrScott
CONTEMPORARY ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE
CALL FOR PAPERS
NEW CO-EDITORS: MATT GERBER & SCOTT VARDA

Dear Colleagues,
It is our distinct pleasure to announce a general call for submissions for volumes 38 and 39 of Contemporary Argumentation & Debate, the academic journal of the Cross-Examination Debate Association (CEDA).  We also anticipate the forthcoming announcement of several special issues dedicated to specific areas of interest in the discipline, but please refer to this call for all other submissions. 
Our editorial vision for Contemporary Argumentation & Debate is centered on the publication and dissemination of high-quality research that fits under the large umbrella of argumentation scholarship. We invite submissions from authors in various disciplines and are interested in a wide variety of methodological and theoretical approaches (rhetorical, quantitative, qualitative, ethnographic, etc.).  We will accept for review any article that falls under the broad rubric of argumentation, which includes, but is certainly not limited to: argumentation theory/criticism, argument construction/design, argument in context (legal, medical, policymaking, etc.), arbitration/negotiation/conflict resolution, debate and/or forensics pedagogy, debate and forensics competition/best practices, discourse analysis, fallacies, pragma-dialectics, argument and/in philosophy, persuasion and social influence, public advocacy, dissent, rhetoric, rhetorical criticism/theory, visual argument, sound/aural argument, Aristotelian/classical/neo-classical argument, historical argument, postmodern argument, feminist argument, interpersonal argument, intercultural argument, as well as argument and social movements, disability, race, gender, sex, orientation, nationality, ethnicity, or identity, generally. 
 
Submission Guidelines & Instructions for Authors:
1.   Please submit your article via email to cadjournal@gmail.com. Your submission should consist of two documents: First, an author/title page that includes the title of the article, the names of the author(s), the affiliation of the author(s), and complete contact information for the author(s). The second document should be the text of the article itself (references included in the same doc), with no identifying information about the author(s) included. We will submit these articles to members of our board of reviewers through a double anonymous review process. 
2.   All submissions should be in some version of MS Word.
3.   We will continue to adhere to the latest edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines for citations, references, direct quotations, etc.
4.   We will aim for a quick turn-around. Our goal is to provide publication decisions and feedback to potential authors within six weeks of the original submission. 
5.   Email correspondence and all other inquiries about the journal should also be directed to cadjournal@gmail.com.

 9 
 on: October 18, 2018, 09:07:45 AM 
Started by SherryHall - Last post by SherryHall
The invitation for the 45th Harvard High School Speech and Debate Tournament is now posted at: harvard.tabroom.com

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 on: October 11, 2018, 10:40:23 AM 
Started by lgarrett - Last post by lgarrett
The return of the Top 25 Coach's Poll:

Some programs have benefited from the positive PR generated by Coach's Polls in previous years. I am bringing it back in with that hope. Please consider participating--the results may not necessarily be helpful to your program, but they may well benefit others.

Instructions:
- The 1st team on each ballot receives 25 points; the 2nd receives 24 points; etc., until the 25th team receives 1 point. In case of ties, points for those spots will be evenly divided.
- I will accept one ballot per school, submitted by a coach. Please email your list to lincolngarrett49@gmail.com
- Your rankings will be private. However, I will publish an alphabetical list of schools that voted.
- You are welcome to rank your own teams for the sake of accuracy, but they will not receive points for your ballot.
- Each teamís total score will be divided by the number of voters eligible to rank it, so that no school is disadvantaged by voting.
- No school or college debate organization is undertaking this poll, and it should be understood that voters do not invest as much time as a voter for NDT at-large bids, etc.

Deadlines:
I will accept ballots until Monday October 22nd at 9AM EST. I will publish later that day. There will be another poll conducted after the Wake Forest tournament.

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