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Summer debate programs at UGA, Emory

February 17, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

Middle-school and high-school debaters are invited to hone their skills and prepare for the 2014-15 debate season by taking part in summer programs offered at Emory University and the University of Georgia.

Both programs are open to beginning and experienced debaters, with the students divided into groups based on their experience levels. Students conduct research and work on communication and logic skills.

Emory logoEmory’s program, the Emory National Debate Institute, offers sessions ranging from two weeks to six weeks. Middle-school students will attend a day camp at Pace Academy. The sessions for high-school students will take place on the Emory campus. Students typically live in dormitories throughout the session, but a commuter option is available with a slight cost savings.

UGAThe University of Georgia’s Georgia Debate Institutes is open to rising 7th to 12th graders and offers sessions lasting one, two or three weeks. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The application deadline is June 10; there is a discount if you apply before May 1. Again, students may choose to commute daily to the campus instead of living in a campus dorm, and commuting students will receive a tuition discount.


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