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Awards given out at first ceremony

Several awards were given out during the first awards ceremony at the 2009 CEDA National Championship Tournament.

The National Public Debate Award

First Place – The University of Miami. Directed by Dr. David Steinberg.

Second Place - Appalachian State University. Directored by Mariam Willis and Kristopher Willis.

Third Place – James Madison University. Directed by Dr. Mike Davis.

The Speaker of the Year - Nate Silver of 538.com

2009 CEDA Scholastic All Americans Announced

2008-2009 CEDA Scholastic All-American Debate Teams.

The Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA) is proud to announce the 2008-2009 Scholastic All-American Debate Teams. Debaters at any CEDA member programs are eligible for each respective level of award based on their academic and competitive performance. Congratulations to each student for their impresssive accomplishments.

First team Scholastic All-Americans

CEDA Nationals Update

Hello everyone:  There are a few issues for everyone to consider in the days before the national tournament.

New Awards Page Online

 CEDA has just launched its newest site: awards.cedadebate.org

CEDA Deadlines Approaching

Hi Everyone:

Three important deadlines are quickly approaching.

(1) CEDA Awards. Deadline is February 20. You can find the online submission info on the CEDA website.

(2) Amendments. Deadline is February 21. Log in to cedadebate.org, create content for "amendment," and be sure to select PROPOSED AMENDMENT as the category. If you entered the info correctly, you'll see your amendment listed on the right column under Proposed Amendments.

NDT First Round at Large Bid Announcement

This information was provided by the Director of the NDT, John Fritch. Congratulations to all of these teams.

California BP
Dartmouth AH
Emory MS
Emory WS
Harvard RS
Kansas BJ
Mary Washington KS
Michigan State AW
North Texas CP
Northwestern FW
Oklahoma GW
Towson CL
USC JL
Wake GL
West Georgia BS
Whitman CS

 

 

Rowland Call for contributions

Colleagues:

CEDA Awards - The 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.

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CEDA Awards - The 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.

The deadline for submissions is 11:59pm (central), Monday, March 5, 2018.

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CEDA Awards - 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.
a. National Debate Scholar – summa cum laude. Minimum 3.75 GPA.
b. National Debate Scholar - magna cum laude. Minimum 3.5 GPA.

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