The Speech and Debate house is located at 822 N Weber St.
We can be reached via telephone at (719) 389-6357, or viaemail.
The Speech and Debate Program offers several forms of support for students, faculty and staff. In class or office workshops include:
Interview and "Ignite" coaching in collaboration with the Career Center
Communication Apprehension: Taming Speech Fright
Turning a Paper into a Presentation
Communication Based Collaborative Learning: Making the Most of Seminar Classrooms
Constructive Conflict: Making Gains out of Disagreements
Speaking Security: Social Construction and Securitization Theory
Ethical Persuasion: Responsible Advocacy
Debate in the Classroom: Winning without Losing Friends
8 Competencies of Public Speaking
Critical Listening: Assumptions, Manipulation, and Truth Seeking
The Speech and Debate Program also offers individualized communication coaching. Whether you're an event planner with student speakers or you're delivering a graded speech, our one-on-one coaching can help you seize the moment and shine. Those interested in receiving individualized coaching should contact Sarah Hinkle.