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« on: August 08, 2017, 09:22:41 AM »

Graduate Assistant/Assistant Debate Coach at University of Central Florida

The M.A. in Communication offered by the Nicholson School of Communication includes tracks in Mass and Interpersonal Communication. The faculty consists of internationally recognized scholars in areas such as crisis/risk communication, health communication, social media communication, and interpersonal communication. We have a strong record of placing our students in doctoral programs and our alumni find employment in a broad array of professional organizations.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships with the Nicholson School of Communication include paid tuition (although some fees are not covered), health insurance, and a $10,000 stipend for the academic year. GTAs are expected to work 20 hours per week that might include teaching basic courses or assisting faculty with research along with assisting with the speech and/or debate team. The debate team participates in CEDA-NDT (policy) debate, travels nationally, and is involved in public debating. 

Applications for admission to the M.A. program must be received by January 15th in order to receive priority consideration for GTA funding. Applications should be completed online (https://application.graduate.ucf.edu/#/). Applications must include transcripts from all universities attended, a current GRE score, an essay explaining your goals for graduate study at UCF, and three letters of recommendation.

Contact Dr. Nick J. Sciullo, John F. “Jeff” Butler Director of Debate at nicksciullo
  • gmail[.]com for more information and questions. 
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Nick J. Sciullo
Assistant Professor of Communication and Rhetorical Studies
Director of Debate
Illinois College
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