[eDebate] Campus Speaking areas

pete bsumek bsumekpk
Tue Apr 18 12:12:37 CDT 2006

no, but--that is a sweet idea.  if you get any examples--please share them.


---- Original message ----
>Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:20:14 -0500
>From: "M. L. Sandoz" <mary.l.sandoz at Vanderbilt.Edu>  
>Subject: [eDebate] Campus Speaking areas  
>To: edebate at ndtceda.com
>I am involved in negotiations w/ mu university to establish (create) a
space on
>campus (outdoors) that can be used as a public address zone.  We want
>for both formal (pre-arranged and scheduled) events and impromptu speeches.
>I am having trouble visualizing what it should look like.
>Do any of you have such a place on your campus?  Do you know any links that I
>might be able to show administrators?
>M. L. Sandoz
>Director of Debate
>Vanderbilt University
>615-322-2307 (O), 615-322-3784 (O),
>615-343-7918 (F)
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>eDebate at ndtceda.com

Pete Bsumek, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor/Director of Debate
Co-Director Center for Constructive Advocacy and Dialogue
MSC 2106
54 Bluestone Dr.
1276 Harrison Hall
School of Communication Studies
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
(o) 540-568-3386
(c) 540-421-4105
(f) 540-568-6059

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