[eDebate] [CEDA-L] FW: NFA Schools... A request for information

Andy Ellis andy.edebate
Tue Nov 17 11:13:08 CST 2009

My bad. Too quick of a response. I got overwhelmed by the second part
of it. And missed the first part

On 11/17/09, Andy Ellis <andy.edebate at gmail.com> wrote:
> What possible reason would anybody on this listserv have for
> supporting them in this move. I can understand why the nfa listserv
> would be intersted and any members that have dual membership might see
> it as part of the goal of promoting forensics but this is a list for
> the cross examination debate association. It seems silly to use it to
> help people who are explicitly in opposition to cross examination
> debate promote their agenda.
> On 11/3/09, Darren Elliott <delliott at kckcc.edu> wrote:
>> This was posted to the IE list serv.  Anyone in that area able to have
>> any
>> influence to keep Marist?
>> chief
>> ________________________________
>> From: bounce-4526626-3411687 at list.cornell.edu
>> [bounce-4526626-3411687 at list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of audrad75 at aol.com
>> [audrad75 at aol.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, November 03, 2009 2:10 PM
>> To: ie-l at cornell.edu
>> Subject: NFA Schools... A request for information
>> Hi All,
>> Marist is in the middle of re-assessing forensics and they know they want
>> to
>> transition away from Policy (NDA/CEDA), but are wanting some data and
>> recommendations, which is where I come in. I've been tasked to put
>> together
>> a series of recommendations for them in really rebuilding what they're
>> going
>> to do with forensics here.
>> To that end, I'm trying to collect some anecdotal information about
>> program
>> participation in NFA, in particular and so if you would like to be
>> included
>> as an anecdote or aggregate of information :) :) :), any information you
>> could send me on the following would be greatly appreciated. Not
>> surprisingly, there's no deadline, but the sooner I can get it in the
>> better
>> (translation, they'd like it two days ago :) ), so if you get an
>> immediate
>> chance for feedback fantastic. I'll also be trolling the NFA meeting for
>> feedback as well.
>> Points of commentary:
>> 1. Why NFA versus or in addition to AFA, NPDA, Policy, etc. etc.?
>> 2. What range of salary is appropriate AND realistic for a DOF (not
>> asking
>> how much you make, though that could be a good gauge :) )?
>> 3. Do you think NFA offers any unique benefits for competition and
>> participation among diverse populations of students--compared to AFA,
>> NPDA,
>> Policy, etc. etc.?
>> 4. How much of a difference would it make/ does it make to have an
>> administrative assistant doing the paperwork for the team? (versus doing
>> it
>> yourself)
>> 5. And the catch all--what else do you think an administration should
>> know
>> about supporting and re-tooling a forensics program?
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Audra
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