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American Forensic Association

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21/09/2023

As you are making plans to register for the upcoming NCA convention, we would like to invite you to an exciting preconference, entitled, “Bridging Freedom and Inquiry: Taking on Tough Issues in the Classroom and Beyond,” held at NCA on Wednesday, November 15 from 8 a.m. – noon.

This preconference will bring together scholar-teachers who are doing the pragmatic work of bridging divides in their classrooms and communities, using a public discourse and deliberation model. It features opportunities to network with other scholars in this space, as well as to hear practical suggestions on how to bring this into classrooms and universities in teaching, debate, and community-engaged work. This pre-conference uses a panel discussion format, with topics including best practices in teaching across differences, how to incorporate community-engaged learning in our classes to bridge differences, and using grants to fund debate and civil discourse work on college and university campuses.

This preconference is for people interested in the public dialogue, discourse, debate, and deliberation space in one way or another, who would like to intentionally network with others and build their capacities to bring bridge-building work into their classrooms and communities, for the purposes of tackling wicked problems in our society today which impact freedom.

For more information, contact April Chatham-Carpenter ([email protected]), Justin Eckstein ([email protected]), or Jennifer Keohane ([email protected]).

Paper Call for Special Issue in Argumentation and Advocacy: Intercollegiate Policy Debate, A Decade in Review 08/08/2023

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER

***Paper Call for Special Issue in Argumentation and Advocacy: Intercollegiate Policy Debate, A Decade in Review***

This special issue in Argumentation and Advocacy is a reflective and retrospective on intercollegiate policy debate 10-years after Emporia State University's historic and unprecedented triumph of “uniting the crowns,” winning both the National Debate Tournament (NDT) and the Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament (CEDA) in 2013, as well as the recent discontinuation of Emporia's debate program in 2023. Contributors will reflect on the current state of intercollegiate policy debate by attending to persistent (or emergent) controversies and/or antagonisms within the activity. Scholars of argumentation, instructors, and coaches of intercollegiate debate are invited to provide thoughtful commentary and analysis on arguments that have circulated in debate over this past decade, substantive, formal, or aesthetic features of NDT and CEDA debates, and trends affecting the activity’s broader argument culture.
If you are interested in submitting to this special issue and learning about its three submission categories, please visit https://wp.me/pakeA8-1w7

For inquiries about the special issue, please contact invited co-editors Jylsesa Hampton ([email protected]) and Nathan Rothenbaum ([email protected]). Submissions close on September 5th, 2023.

Paper Call for Special Issue in Argumentation and Advocacy: Intercollegiate Policy Debate, A Decade in Review This special issue is a reflective and retrospective on policy debate 10-years after Emporia State University’s historic and unprecedented triumph of “uniting the crowns,” winning both the Na…

Award Calls 08/11/2022

Extended deadlines for 2022 AFA research & service awards. We will accept submissions through Feb 1, 2023. See call at https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/award-calls/

Award Calls AMERICAN FORENSIC ASSOCIATION CALL FOR AWARDS The Daniel Rohrer AFA Research Award recognizes outstanding scholarship in argumentation and forensics published in the previous calendar year. Any pub…

04/11/2022

AFA sponsored program at the 2022 National Communication Association convention in New Orleans. Please join us for some outstanding panels and presentations!https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/AFA-PROGRAMMING-AT-2022-NCA-CONVENTION.pdf

www.americanforensicsassoc.org

04/11/2022

AFA Business Meeting will occur online only, during NCA, on Thursday, November 17 (11:00m CST). The agenda for the meeting will be released separately.

https://bit.ly/AFAMEET22

We are eager to see you soon!

Argumentation and Advocacy 26/07/2022

***REMINDER: Deadline for applying as the next A&A editor is August 1.***

Call for new Editor of Argumentation and Advocacy, vols. 59-61
Individuals are invited to submit nominations, including self-nominations, for Editor of Argumentation and Advocacy: The Journal of the American Forensic Association.

Argumentation and Advocacy is an official publication of the American Forensic Association. The mission of Argumentation and Advocacy is to promote scholarship in the field by publishing the best argumentation and advocacy research from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives. It seeks to address a broad intellectual audience interested in argumentation studies from a wide array of scholarly traditions such as modern and classical rhetoric, formal and informal logic, intercollegiate forensics, media studies, communication studies, political science, social advocacy, social influence, legal studies, and other fields that concern arguments and/or arguing. A & A is published by Taylor & Francis, and recent issues may be found here:
https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rafa20/current.

To edit the journal, an individual must be a current member or join the American Forensics Association. The three-year editorial term for this quarterly publication will commence with the publication of the Summer 2023 issue (vol. 59, no 1). The editor should be in place by early Fall 2022 so that they may compile an editorial board, develop submission guidelines, and begin receiving submissions by January of 2023. The editorship will span the years 2023 to 2025 (Volumes 59-61, 4 issues a year). The AFA Constitution reserves to the editor the right to select members of the editorial board and assures them control over the editorial content of the journal.
The nomination should include (1) a statement of the nomination; (2) a current curriculum vitae; (3) a statement of philosophy or approach to the editor’s task; and (4) two letters of recommendation. The statement of philosophy should include the candidate’s editorial philosophy, and should discuss their view of the scope of subject matter appropriate for publication in the journal; it may also contain ideas for potential special issues of the journal. This statement is the candidate’s opportunity to share their vision of the journal with the Publications Committee. This statement also is the appropriate venue in which candidates might demonstrate their commitment to inclusive scholarship by offering 5-10 names the candidate intends to invite to the editorial board.
The Publications Committee enthusiastically encourages interested candidates from historically underrepresented communities and backgrounds, and will view favorably candidates who demonstrate a commitment to inclusive scholarship via a diverse slate of potential editorial board members (in addition to other practices of inclusivity).

Nominations or other inquiries about the position should be submitted electronically to Dr. Heidi Hamilton, AFA Publications Committee ([email protected]). Please use “Editor nomination” in the subject line of your correspondence. Electronic submissions should be in MSWord or PDF format. Nominations must be received by August 1, 2022.

Argumentation and Advocacy Volume 58, Issue 2 of Argumentation and Advocacy

AFA officers 22/07/2022

Congratulations to the election winners from the July 2022 AFA election:

Vice President: Joe Gantt, Lewis & Clark
VP High School Affairs: Sandy Berkowitz, The Blake School
Two-Year College Rep: Kristen Stout, Crowder College
Recording Secretary: Becca Steiner, Emory University

These positions are two-year terms. The VP becomes President after their two-year term ends.

https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/afa-officers/

AFA officers President: Jarrod Atchison (Wake Forest University, Term: 2022-2024) [email protected] Vice-President: Joe Gantt (Lewis & Clark, Term: 2022-2024) [email protected] Past President: Kelly Michael …

01/07/2022

Ballot for new executive officers (VP, HS affairs, Recording Secretary) went out today. If you did not see it in your email, please check your spam/junk email folders. Ballot is due July 15. If you believe you should have received a ballot and cannot find it. please let Eric Morris know ([email protected]).

Argumentation and Advocacy 30/06/2022

***Call for new Editor of Argumentation and Advocacy, vols. 59-61

Individuals are invited to submit nominations, including self-nominations, for Editor of Argumentation and Advocacy: The Journal of the American Forensic Association.

Argumentation and Advocacy is an official publication of the American Forensic Association. The mission of Argumentation and Advocacy is to promote scholarship in the field by publishing the best argumentation and advocacy research from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives. It seeks to address a broad intellectual audience interested in argumentation studies from a wide array of scholarly traditions such as modern and classical rhetoric, formal and informal logic, intercollegiate forensics, media studies, communication studies, political science, social advocacy, social influence, legal studies, and other fields that concern arguments and/or arguing. A & A is published by Taylor & Francis, and recent issues may be found here:
https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rafa20/current.

To edit the journal, an individual must be a current member or join the American Forensics Association. The three-year editorial term for this quarterly publication will commence with the publication of the Summer 2023 issue (vol. 59, no 1). The editor should be in place by early Fall 2022 so that they may compile an editorial board, develop submission guidelines, and begin receiving submissions by January of 2023. The editorship will span the years 2023 to 2025 (Volumes 59-61, 4 issues a year). The AFA Constitution reserves to the editor the right to select members of the editorial board and assures them control over the editorial content of the journal.

The nomination should include (1) a statement of the nomination; (2) a current curriculum vitae; (3) a statement of philosophy or approach to the editor’s task; and (4) two letters of recommendation. The statement of philosophy should include the candidate’s editorial philosophy, and should discuss their view of the scope of subject matter appropriate for publication in the journal; it may also contain ideas for potential special issues of the journal. This statement is the candidate’s opportunity to share their vision of the journal with the Publications Committee. This statement also is the appropriate venue in which candidates might demonstrate their commitment to inclusive scholarship by offering 5-10 names the candidate intends to invite to the editorial board.

The Publications Committee enthusiastically encourages interested candidates from historically underrepresented communities and backgrounds, and will view favorably candidates who demonstrate a commitment to inclusive scholarship via a diverse slate of potential editorial board members (in addition to other practices of inclusivity).

Nominations or other inquiries about the position should be submitted electronically to Dr. Heidi Hamilton, AFA Publications Committee ([email protected]). Please use “Editor nomination” in the subject line of your correspondence. Electronic submissions should be in MSWord or PDF format. Nominations must be received by August 1, 20

Argumentation and Advocacy Volume 58, Issue 2 of Argumentation and Advocacy

NDT-NST/NIET Joint Award 06/05/2022

The National Debate Tournament (NDT) and American Forensic Association National Speech Tournament (formerly the National Individual Events Tournament) Joint Award honors the college or university whose students perform best in the two national tournaments conducted each year by committees of the American Forensic Association.

For the second time since the creation of the award, we have a three way tie for first, between George Mason University Debate Team & GMU Forensics Team, Minnesota Debate & University of Minnesota Speech Team, and Texas Speech & Debate teams.

Thank you to these three programs and many others who demonstrate their college or university's commitment to excellence in a broad range of forensic activities for their students.
https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/ndt-niet-joint-award/

NDT-NST/NIET Joint Award The National Debate Tournament and the National Speech Tournament (formerly the National Individual Events Tournament) Joint Award honors the college or university whose students perform best in th…

2022 AFA-National Speech Tournament (AFA-NST) & National Debate Tournament (NDT) Results 22/04/2022

After a long season featuring remote, in-person, and hybrid competition, we congratulate the participants and winners at this year's American Forensic Association National Speech Tournament and National Debate Tournament (NDT)
championships! See full results here: https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/2022/04/22/2022-afa-national-speech-tournament-afa-nst-national-debate-tournament-ndt-result/

2022 AFA-National Speech Tournament (AFA-NST) & National Debate Tournament (NDT) Results The AFA sponsors two intercollegiate national championships in debate and speech. We applaud the competitors, coaches, and administrations who worked tirelessly to provide a successful season and e…

31/03/2022

Big weekend with both AFA-NST at Nebraska-Lincoln and National Debate Tournament (NDT) at James Madison University. Good luck to all the competitors!

08/03/2022

Congratulations to the 2nd round qualifiers to the National Debate Tournament (NDT).

04/03/2022

Today is national speech and debate education day!

14/02/2022

Congratulations to the NDT first round bids!

Congratulations to the 2022 First Round At Large Bid Teams!

28/01/2022

Call for nominations for new AFA officers!

The American Forensic Association is seeking nominations for four officer positions for two-year terms beginning July 2022. An election for the positions will be held in May.
The four positions and their responsibilities are:

The Vice-President. Besides those duties assigned by the President or National Council, the Vice-President shall be responsible for developing all Association sponsored programs and meetings at the Annual Convention. This person becomes President after the two-year VP term. Nomination should include a brief statement about your interest to serve in this capacity that will be included with the ballot.

The Vice-President for High School Affairs shall have the special responsibility for representing the needs and concerns of high school forensics professionals to the Association, for representing the Association to high school forensics professionals, and for fulfilling other responsibilities assigned by the President or National Council.

The Recording Secretary shall be responsible for recording minutes of all General Business Meetings of the Association, and of all meetings of the National Council.

Two-Year College Representative . It shall be the special responsibility of the two-year college representative to the National Council to discover the needs and make plans for the development and implementation of policies designed to promote the purposes of this Association for and in this specific constituency.

Dr. Jarrod Atchison (Wake Forest) will be president from 2022-2024.

Self-nominations are welcome. Please submit nominations no later than April 1 at 5 p.m.

Please contact Dr. Ronald Stevenson, chair of the AFA nomination committee, [email protected] with nominations or questions.

Business Meeting Agenda and Minutes 03/11/2021

Our annual business meeting will occur Saturday, November 20, at 2 pm Pacific time. We will host a hybrid meeting (if conference wifi allows) both in-person and on Zoom. The Zoom link information is at the top of the agenda found here: https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/business-meeting-agenda-and-minutes/

Business Meeting Agenda and Minutes The AFA holds a business meeting every year in November at the National Communication Association Annual Conference. Business Meeting Agendas 2021 Agenda AFA NST Proposal_ Changing the current proc…

07/10/2021

Reminder: The NDT Board of Trustees is hosting Coaches Forum: How to Best Manage Student Mental Health. Please join us!

Tomorrow, Thursday, October 7, 2021 @ 8 pm Eastern
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82058611900..., Meeting ID: 820 5861 1900, Passcode: 988625

Dr. Ben Biermann, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan. Three-time qualifier and 1985 Octafinalist at the NDT while debating for Wayne State University.

Awards 27/09/2021

CALL FOR AFA AWARD NOMINATIONS! Due October 15.

The Daniel Rohrer AFA Research Award recognizes outstanding scholarship in argumentation and forensics published in the previous calendar year. Any published article, text, or book in the field of argumentation and/or forensics is eligible for nomination. To nominate a published scholarly article please send a letter of nomination detailing why the publication should be honored and a copy of the complete publication. If the publication nominated is a book, a copy of the table of contents and of one chapter is sufficient. Electronic submissions are preferred. Eligible scholarship for the current year must have a publication date from the previous or current year. The award shall be presented at the annual AFA business meeting to be held at the NCA Conference.

The AFA Outstanding Dissertation or Thesis Award recognizes the best dissertation or thesis in the theory and practice of argumentation and forensics completed in the previous calendar year. The candidate must be a member of AFA. To nominate a thesis or dissertation, a letter of nomination detailing the significance of the dissertation or thesis (usually from the project advisor), a copy of the table of contents, and a representative chapter of the completed study. Electronic submissions are preferred; hard copy submissions should include six (6) copies of all necessary materials. Eligible scholarship for 2021 must have a completion date of 2021. The award shall be presented at the annual AFA business meeting to be held at the NCA Conference. The committee chair must receive nominations no later than October 1. Nominations received after this date may not be considered.

The AFA Distinguished Service Award recognizes long-term service to the American forensics community. The recipient of the award typically comes from within the forensics community (active or retired). Nominations do not need to be elaborate. When possible, however, a nomination file may include a letter of nomination and the candidate's vita, indicating service and supporting items. Areas of interest to the committee might include items such as: positive impact on the field in terms of current research practices, educational practices, community development, and consideration of career as a model for AFA professionals.

For all awards, send nominations and submissions by October 15 to: Kelly Young - Kelly.Young [at] wayne.edu

More information about our awards and their history can be found here https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/awards/

Awards Among the most important activities of the American Forensic Association is recognizing achievement and quality in commitment to argumentation and public advocacy. Each year the Association offers …

22/09/2021

The NDT Board of Trustees is hosting Coaches Forum: How to Best Manage Student Mental Health. While hosted by the NDT BoT, it is open to all interested coaches, debate or not. Please join us.

Thursday, October 7, 2021 @ 8 pm Eastern
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82058611900?pwd=VUhtclZhclpodEUycTFtaXdNaG40UT09, Meeting ID: 820 5861 1900, Passcode: 988625
Dr. Ben Biermann, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan. Three-time qualifier and 1985 Octafinalist at the NDT while debating for Wayne State University.

2021 National Debate Development Conference 17/06/2021

Presentations by Ed Lee and Elisia Cohen, Danielle Leek, and Richard Pineda from the 4th National Debate Development Conference are posted on the AFA NDDC page: https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/debate-development-conference/. Videos from Paul Hayes, Dave Steinberg, Avery Henry, and John Koch (Multi-format programs), Jarrod Atchison (fundraising), and the final working group presentations will be posted soon.

2021 National Debate Development Conference Reimagining the Future of Intercollegiate Debate: Pedagogy, Practice, and Sustainability The Fourth National Debate Development Conference University of Minnesota (Online). June 4-6, 2021 Co-sponso…

Photos from American Forensic Association's post 14/05/2021

We are seeking members for our standing committees. If you are interested, please see the attached letter and email Kelly Young at [email protected].

2021 National Debate Development Conference 07/05/2021

National Debate Development Conference updates: Letters have been sent out for work group leaders and members. Schedule and program with participants has been updated on the website.

https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/debate-development-conference/

2021 National Debate Development Conference   The AFA, American Debate Association (ADA), Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA), and the National Debate Tournament (NDT) are planning to host the Fourth National Debate Development …

Registration--4th National Debate Development Conference 04/05/2021

May 4, 2021

Dear colleagues,

We are accepting late registration for the 2021 National Debate Development Conference. It is free to register and will be hosted online June 4-6. Our online host is the University of Minnesota.

Please see the call for participants here:https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/2021NDDC-Call-for-Participation.pdf

Like the previous development conference hosted by Wake Forest in 2009, we are organizing the conference around working groups. A draft of our list of working groups can be found here:https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/4th-NDDC-Working-Groups_Presentations-List.pdf

We are finalizing those groups now, but are happy to add more participants to each group.

Please register here at https://forms.gle/h6gJZy3nMk4uP4iv7

Sincerely,

Kelly Young

David Cram Helwich

Registration--4th National Debate Development Conference June 4-6, 2021, online

2021 National Debate Development Conference 20/04/2021

Deadline for registering (free of charge) is this Friday, April 23.

"Reimagining the Future of Intercollegiate Debate: Pedagogy, Practice, and Sustainability." 4th National Debate Development Conference - June 4-6, 2021. Free to attend.

Hosted by the University of Minnesota and co-hosted by the American Forensics Association, American Debate Association, Cross Examination Debate Association, the National Debate Tournament, and the University of Kentucky debate team.

The conference is organized around a series of working groups who will contribute material for best practices documents, recordings, and contributions to a published proceedings. See the attached letter for more details.

Please register by April 23.

More information is at: https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/debate.../

2021 National Debate Development Conference   The AFA, American Debate Association (ADA), Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA), and the National Debate Tournament (NDT) are planning to host the Fourth National Debate Development …

2021 National Debate and Speech Tournaments Results 07/04/2021

Congratulations to all the competitors at the 2021 National Debate Tournament (NDT) and National Speech Tournament (NST). List of top competitors and award winners can be found here: https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/2021/04/01/2021-national-debate-and-speech-tournaments-results/

2021 National Debate and Speech Tournaments Results The AFA sponsors two intercollegiate national championships in debate and speech. We applaud the competitors, coaches, and administrations who worked tirelessly to provide a successful season and e…

Photos from American Forensic Association's post 01/04/2021

"Reimagining the Future of Intercollegiate Debate: Pedagogy, Practice, and Sustainability." 4th National Debate Development Conference - June 4-6, 2021. Free to attend.

Hosted by the University of Minnesota and co-hosted by the American Forensics Association, American Debate Association, Cross Examination Debate Association, the National Debate Tournament, and the University of Kentucky debate team.

The conference is organized around a series of working groups who will contribute material for best practices documents, recordings, and contributions to a published proceedings. See the attached letter for more details.

Please register by April 23.

More information is at: https://www.americanforensicsassoc.org/debate-development-conference/

29/03/2021

The AFA congratulates the 2020 and 2021 award winners recognized at this year’s National Debate Tournament!

2020 Lucy Keele Service Award: John Katsulas
2021 Lucy Keele Service Award: Matt Vega

Board of Trustees Honorary Service Award: Lincoln Garrett

2020 George Ziegelmueller Coaching Award: Allison Harper
2021 George Ziegelmueller Coaching Award: Eric Morris

2020 Ross K Smith Coach of the Year Award: Jacob Thompson

2021 Rex Copeland Award Winners: Dartmouth: Raam Tambe & Tyler Vergho

2021 James Unger Award: John Turner

Photos from American Forensic Association's post 29/03/2021

2021 TRIBE AWARD WINNER: DEAN ERWIN CHEMERINSKY

At its annual championship tournament, the National Debate Tournament presents the Laurence Tribe Distinguished Alumni Award to an alumnae of the National Debate Tournament who has taken advocacy skills acquired through participation in intercollegiate debate and become an exemplary public advocate who makes a real difference in the world.

The 2021 winner is University of California, Berkeley School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky. A highly decorated member of the Northwestern University debate team from 1971-1975, Dean Chemerinksy has had a remarkable legal and scholarly career. Please see the attached news release to learn more about his incredible career and accomplishments.

The AFA congratulates Dean Chemerinksy on this recognition and thank him for his efforts as a public advocate.

Photos from American Forensic Association's post 29/03/2021

2020 NDT LAURENCE TRIBE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD WINNER: OUITA MICHEL

At its annual championship tournament, the National Debate Tournament presents the Laurence Tribe Distinguished Alumni Award to an alumnae of the National Debate Tournament who has taken advocacy skills acquired through participation in intercollegiate debate and become an exemplary public advocate who makes a real difference in the world.

The 2020 winner, who was recognized this year because last year’s NDT was canceled due to COVID-19, is restauranter Ouita Michel, a six-time James Beard Foundation Award nominee and restaurateur and community advocate. She was the 1986 NDT champion for the University of Kentucky. Please see the attached news release to learn more about her remarkable career.

The AFA congratulates Ouita on this recognition and thanks her for her efforts as a public advocate.

11/03/2021

From our colleagues in CIDD. Please direct all comments and inquiry to them.

The Committee for International Discussion and Debate (CIDD) of the National Communication Association (NCA) announces the call for applicants for the 2021 Virtual Japan Tour

Every other year, the CIDD coordinates with the Japan Debate Association (JDA) to provide debaters and a coach to represent the United States. This year’s 2021 Japan Tour will leverage technology to foster public dialogue and debate. Students who are selected for this opportunity will be coached over the course of a preparation month and then will participate in 2-3 debates via Zoom with our counterparts in Japan in June 2021.

Dates of Involvement: ​May-June 2021

Eligibility: ​Any past or present forensic participant who is under 25 years old and is a full-time undergraduate in good standing (juniors and seniors preferred), or who has received an undergraduate degree but is still no older than 25, is eligible. We encourage applications from students active in all forms of debate, including Lincoln-Douglas debate, team policy debate, and parliamentary debate. Applicants should also have access to a computer with a we**am and reliable high-speed internet access provided the remote nature of this year’s tour.

Evaluation: ​Students will be evaluated on the basis of their debating skills and their ability to teach debate basics in a variety of formats. Knowledge of political, social, and cultural conditions around the globe is a must. The student’s ability to represent the United States and American forensics (in all its forms) accurately, effectively, and professionally is a strong consideration. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their experience with different forms of debate and individual events in their letter of interest. The ability to educate students about the style and substance of debate in the United States is an important component of the tour.Personal diplomatic skills are a must.

Tryouts: ​Applicants will be notified of their status as finalists in April 2021. The application process will include a round of phone or video conferencing interviews and a second round of video tryouts in which applicants will showcase their debate skills.

How to Apply: ​If you are interested in trying out for the tour, send the following ​no later than March 19, 2021​.
●A letter of interest;
●A copy of your undergraduate college transcript (unofficial is acceptable);
●One reference letter addressing your skills in debate, your professionalism, diplomatic skills, research skills, and ability to work independently.
●A current resume (including phone and email information). Send these materials in ​one compressed zip file​​to ​[email protected]​.​​

Materials receive dafter March 19, 2021 will not be considered.

Finally, if you have any questions about the application and selection process, ​please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Rebecca Dohrman, CIDD Chair, at ​[email protected]

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