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Ermo
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« on: February 20, 2013, 10:38:16 AM »

It's that time of the year - time to submit award nominations for CEDA Awards. This year's deadline is Wednesday, March 6th (after the 2nd NDT District weekend). We have ten award categories, each of which will be presented at the 2013 CEDA. Nominees need not be present to be eligible.

Here are the descriptions from the CEDA Constitution. If anyone has any questions, please contact my gmail (ermocito).

You can submit awards from the CEDA home page (http://cedadebate.org/).

Debater Awards
1. Brian “Baby Jo” Johnston Debater of the Year Award. The annual award named in honor of 1994 CEDA National Champion Brian Johnston is designed to recognize an outstanding debater in CEDA. The ideal candidate demonstrates competitive success and a commitment to represent the highest values of the debate community.  
2. Outstanding New Competitor Award. The recipient will be selected among a pool of applicants who began their participation in interscholastic debate in college, are in their first year of competition and are participating at the CEDA championship tournament. Their application should show evidence of growth and participation in the activity. The student’s participation during the year may have been at any level of competition (e.g. varsity, junior varsity or novice). No preference will be given for either regional or national travel schedules.  
3. All-American Debate Squad Award. The organization should honor a maximum of thirty CEDA debaters as those students who represent the best of intercollegiate debate. They should demonstrate competitive success, academic success, good conduct, and contributions to their squad. No more than two students from a given school shall receive this award. At least two recipients must be from community college programs.  
4. National Debate Scholar. The organization should honor students who maintain strong academic records in addition to their competitive accomplishments. There will be no minimum or maximum number of students eligible for any of these awards. To be eligible for any level of national scholar recognition, a student must have attained at least junior standing, competed in at least 18 rounds on the current topic, and meet the minimum grade point average for that specific award.
  • National Debate Scholar – summa cum laude. Minimum 3.75 GPA.
  • National Debate Scholar - magna cum laude. Minimum 3.5 GPA.
  • National Debate Scholar - cum laude. Minimum 3.25 GPA.
  • National Debate Scholar – Honorable Mention. Minimum 3.0 GPA

Coaching Awards
1. The Brownlee Award. The Brownlee Award is given annually to a forensic educator who demonstrates outstanding achievement in scholarship, education and service to CEDA. The award is named in honor of longtime coach and founding CEDA member Don Brownlee. The ideal candidate demonstrates some element of all three factors (scholarship, education and service to CEDA).  
2. The Galentine Award. The annual award named in honor of Rebecca Galentine is designed to recognize an outstanding female debate coach in CEDA. The ideal candidate can demonstrate service to programs and the organization, community building and competitive success.  
3. The Matt Grindy Outstanding Graduate Student Coach Award. This award is intended to recognize both the pedagogical and competitive contributions to the growth and development of policy debate by graduate student coaches, who are balancing their obligations to their schoolwork and that of their programs. The recipient needs to demonstrate excellence in graduate and professional obligations as well as their work as coaches.  

Program Awards
1. The National Public Debate Award. 1. This award is given to the intercollegiate debate program which, over the course of the past academic year, has best advanced the values of debate in the public sphere through sponsorship of one or more public debate activities including international public debates, multimedia debates, public debates on campus or for community groups, and through general promotion of public discourse to promote critical examination of public issues for diverse and general audiences. 2. Nominees should submit a portfolio including a narrative description of their public debate activities. Programs are also asked to submit supporting materials of their choosing which might include participant lists, publicity and promotional materials, attendance figures, transcripts or recordings, commendations and letters of appreciation, and any other materials that they feel are appropriate. 3. The awards committee may elect to provide up to three awards each year and may also recognize as many Honorable Mention entrants as they deem appropriate. Each recipient and Honorable Mention will receive recognition through letters sent to the appropriate officers of their academic institutions.  

External Awards
1. CEDA Alumni Award. This award recognizes outstanding achievement, contribution and service by a program alumna of a member school. The best candidates are those who are not active coaches, but those alumni who embody the best values of debate through their own debate, philanthropy, and leadership. These candidates, trained in debate, should now provide valuable service to our larger communities.  
2. Public Advocate of the Year. The award acknowledges the contribution of an individual during the past year that made a positive contribution to public discourse on matters of social import. The award recipient need not have a direct relationship to intercollegiate debate, but must be someone who has made a significant difference in local, regional, national or international affairs.
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Ermo
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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2013, 10:50:12 AM »

There were people who lost internet yesterday due to the storms on the East Coast, so the Awards deadline is extended through the end of the day today. The best option is to submit online via the CEDA website, but you can also contact my gmail (ermocito) and I can forward.

If anyone is still unable to submit by the end of the day due to storm/internet issues, please try to get a message to me about it.
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Ermo
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« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2013, 02:51:58 PM »

All the award deadlines are extended through the end of the day Friday.

We have lots of submissions in many categories, but could use more particularly in CEDA Alumni, Public Advocate, and All American. Of course, you can submit in ANY area, including the other awards as well.
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« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2013, 09:01:04 PM »

At the request of a few, the CEDA Awards deadline is re-opened, through 5pm cst on Monday (March 11).

Technically, that is everything, but public advocate in particular. There are facebook wars over various public advocates, so write a short letter making an argument and submit one. It need not be someone with any connection to debate.
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« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2013, 10:39:01 PM »

Public Debate Award
3rd Emory
2nd Fresno
1st James Madison University

Public Advocate of the Year
Elizabeth Warren

National Debate Scholars


Honorable Mention (15)
Jamila Ahmed      Fresno State
Maksim Bugrov      California State University, Fullerton
Marshall Dodson   Wayne State
Osayame
Gaius-Obaseki   West Georgia
Jyleesa Hampton   Kansas
Sierra Holley      Fresno State
Zachary Lotspeich   Liberty
Megan Mapes      Kansas
Pritpal Randhawa   Fresno State
Courtney Schauer   University of Minnesota
Lee Thach      California State University, Fullerton
Christian Torre      CUNY
Emma Wheeler      Fresno State
Ariel Willette      University of Minnesota
George Williford   Vanderbilt

Cum Laude (16)
Kyrene Collins      Wayne
Miguel Feliciano   West Georgia
Alyssa Glomb      JMU
Matea Ivanovic      Idaho State
Brian Kersch      UNT
Harris Krause      Florida
Doug Lusco      Louisville
Patrick McCleary   UMW
Elyssa Miller      JMU
Hakeem Muhammad   West Georgia
Jacob Saltzman      Texas
Lydia Scherr      UNLV
Neil Sethi      Emory
Daniel Spiker      JMU
Candis Tate      Fresno
Ariana Willingham   Fresno
Andrew Wirth      Wayne

Magna Cum Laude (27)
Jeff Bess      Missouri State
Oliver Brass      JMU
Shawn Cowden      Liberty
Cody Crunkilton   Minnesota
Damiyr Davis      West GA
Joel Diamond      Wake
CJ Fischer      Wichita State
Anna Bryce Flowe    NYU
Jace Gilmore      Missouri State
Philip George      Bing
Hannah Grace Hillard   Liberty
Sharon Holland      Liberty
Khalid Hussein Sharif   Weber
Erika Jensen      WVU
Jacob Justice      Wayne State
Aaron Miller      Univ of Kansas
Ian Miller      Wake Forest
Kristen Messina   Wayne State
Jordan Nerison      UTSA
Thomas Pacheco   Mary Washington
Amy M. Pauli      Wyoming
Fayzan Rab      Emory
Wes Rumbaugh   Missouri
Olivia Sullivan      Wichita State
Austin Vance      UCO
Rajiv Varghese      Univ of Florida
Pierce Young      ASU

Summa Cum Laude (46)
Any Summas who did not get their plaque tonight should contact my gmail (ermocito) with mailing address and cell phone so we can send yours.
Greg Adler      Emory U
Mary Bobbit       Liberty
Nikhil Bontha      Emory U
Jacob Bosley       JMU
Kathleen Bouzis    Wyoming
Megan Cambre      Emory U
Melanie Campbell    KU
Evan Cartagena    Florida
Laura Caroselli       UCO  
Julia Caldwell      NYU
William Cheung    CUNY (NYU coalition)
Ben Dean      Emory U
Kendra Doty      Idaho State
Meagan Edwards    Liberty
Miranda Ehrlich    Minnesota
Mark Febrizio       Liberty
Nate Grau       NYU
Amanda Gress       KU
Joshua Grelewicz    Florida
Jishnu Guha-Majumdar Texas
Reuben Lack      Emory U
Micah Laremore    Liberty
Michael Leap      Wayne State
Lisa Li         Emory U
Eric Lyons       Vanderbilt
Ann Manov       Florida
Ryan Marcus       University of Arizona (ASU)
Julia Marshall      Emory U
Cindy McGrath       JMU
Colin McElhinny    UMW
Ben Menzies       Whitman
Jared Moss       Weber State
David Mullins      Emory U
Jeff Nagel      Wayne State
Dillon Olson       Weber State
Nina Orteza      WVU
Alexandra Palmer    West Virginia
Matthew Pesce   Emory U
Anna Pinchuck       Binghamton
Luke Plutowski       Minnesota
Shelby Pryor       UNT
Saad Rehman       Vanderbilt
Tayla Shaw      Wayne State
Jason Sigalos      Emory U
Martin Sigalow      Emory U
Cody Stothers       Vanderbilt

All American Debate Team
A couple of plaques weren't picked up. Locate Ermo during CEDA (or by email) to make arrangements.
Aziz Ali         NYU
Andrew Allsup      UMKC
Oliver Brass      JMU
Maksim Bugrov      CSUF
Melanie Campbell   KU
Roger Copenhaver   ISU
David Cuellar      JCCC
JohnDaniel Engelhardt   Auggie
Jared Fanning      Wyoming
Jace Gilmore      MoState
Kyle Klucas      KSU
Scott Laczko      Chico
Michael Masterson   Oklahoma
Hunter McCullough   UNT
Ryan McFarland   KCKCC
Nicholas Moore   CSUF
Emily Parker      Chico
Amy M. Pauli      Wyoming
Colin Quinn      UNT
Rohit Rajan      ASU
Wes Rumbaugh   MoState
Kristyn Russell      KCKCC
Rohan Sadagopal   Minn
Courtney Schauer   Minn
Michael Stroud      UTSA
Candis Tate      Fresno
Austin Vance      UCO
Alex Velto      UNLV
Michelle Vered      ASU
George Williford   Vandy
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