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Fall 2019 Civic Engagement Public Speaking Contest

Congratulations to the finalists in the Fall 19 Civic Engagement Public Speaking Contests! The department is grateful to our panel of judges, which included two alumni of the College of the Liberal Arts, Michael Rosenblatt and Mark Stephens, and one faculty member, Dara Walker, Assistant Professor of History, African American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Our judges were charged to discerning excellence within a slate of outstanding speakers. When the dust settled, Dominic Cotner received first place for his speech, “Mental Health and Wellness.” Second place was Shannon Wellman, third place was Madison Cherry, and honorable mentions went to Madison Krieger, Eric Diamond, and Olivia Notto.

Congratulations to the finalists in the Fall 19 Civic Engagement Public Speaking Contests! The department is grateful to our panel of judges, which included two alumni of the College of the Liberal Arts, Michael Rosenblatt and Mark Stephens, and one faculty member, Dara Walker, Assistant Professor of History, African American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Our judges were charged to discerning excellence within a slate of outstanding speakers. When the dust settled, Dominic Cotner received first place for his speech, “Mental Health and Wellness.” Second place was Shannon Wellman, third place was Madison Cherry, and honorable mentions went to Madison Krieger, Eric Diamond, and Olivia Notto.