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    Tony Johnson
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    Idaho State University
  1. If you are interested in the program at SDSU visit our website: http://sdsuspeechdebate.wordpress.com/ We are very excited to start the season and have recruited 5 incoming freshmen for fall 2012. Come be apart of something speacial. Come build a team from the ground up. GO AZTECS!
  2. We've recruited several (read: 5+) incoming frosh for next year! Want to be apart of a new and exciting program in District 1? Do you want to live in paradise and work with one of the best communication departments in the country? I encourage you to visit our website, located here: http://sdsuspeechdebate.wordpress.com/ Thanks, Tony
  3. Bump! With the season beginning, we'd like to formally invite you to visit our website. It's located here: http://sdsuspeechdebate.wordpress.com/ Thanks, Tony
  4. tjohnson

    Oregon....

    Ashland has been to the Tournament of Champions each of the last three years.
  5. Bump! We are in the process of completing our recruiting packet (complete with scholarship info, travel schedule, sdsu swag--waterbottle and timer!). If you would like to be included in our recruiting efforts, please email me your address and information. My email is chsdb8r@gmail.com Also, do you know someone that is attending SDSU that has debate background? Let me know! Looking forward to our first prep session August 9-15. If you are interested in joining the team, please look us up on facebook. Thanks, Tony
  6. Bump! We are in the process of completing our recruiting packet (complete with scholarship info, travel schedule, sdsu swag--waterbottle and timer!). If you would like to be included in our recruiting efforts, please email me your address and information. My email is chsdb8r@gmail.com Also, do you know someone that is attending SDSU that has debate background? Let me know! Looking forward to our first prep session August 9-15. If you are interested in joining the team, please look us up on facebook. Thanks, Tony
  7. Hello, my name is Tony Johnson and I will be the Graduate Teaching Associate in charge of running the emergent policy program at SDSU. A little about myself: This will be my 10th year involved in policy debate. I recently finished my undergraduate degree at Idaho State University, where I was the captain of the policy team for two years. While there, my partner and I appeared in elimination rounds at every major national tournament and were ranked as high as 8th in the country this year. I am also the Director of Debate at Ashland High School in southern Oregon, where I have coached teams to the Tournament of Champions each of the last three years. This summer I will be working at the Gonzaga Debate Institute and Whitman National Debate Camp. A bit about the school: For four consecutive years, SDSU has been rank ed the No. 1 most productive research university. SDSU is the largest university in San Diego and the fifth largest in California. SDSU is ranked among the nation's best national universities according to U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges 2011 Guide." A little about SDSU Policy Debate: We are eager to get the program off the ground. Jason Derby (former West Georgia debater) has done excellent work setting up the foundation and getting the team out to a couple of tournaments, working on securing files and technology, etc. I plan on picking up where he left off and running. The goal is to attend 6-8 tournaments next year, including CEDA Nationals and hopefully the NDT. We have tremendous faculty support, and I'm looking forward to seeing what we can accomplish. The department has need and merit scholarship opportunities available. The team also has an allotment of non-resident tuition waivers in addition to scholarship monies. I love this activity. It offers unique pedagogical experiences that stay with us forever. College debate offers you limitless opportunities. San Diego is as close to paradise as any other city in America. If you are going into your SR year and are interested in looking at SDSU please don't hesitate to contact me with ANY questions you may have. If you are a graduating senior who has yet to decide where you are going or maybe this opportunity seems to good to turn down, also contact me. Email: chsdb8r@gmail.com or pm me here. Thanks, and Go Aztecs! Tony Johnson
  8. Hello, my name is Tony Johnson and I will be the Graduate Teaching Associate in charge of running the emergent policy program at SDSU. A little about myself: This will be my 10th year involved in policy debate. I recently finished my undergraduate degree at Idaho State University, where I was the captain of the policy team for two years. While there, my partner and I appeared in elimination rounds at every major national tournament and were ranked as high as 8th in the country this year. I am also the Director of Debate at Ashland High School in southern Oregon, where I have coached teams to the Tournament of Champions each of the last three years. This summer I will be working at the Gonzaga Debate Institute and Whitman National Debate Camp. A bit about the school: For four consecutive years, SDSU has been rank ed the No. 1 most productive research university. SDSU is the largest university in San Diego and the fifth largest in California. SDSU is ranked among the nation's best national universities according to U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges 2011 Guide." A little about SDSU Policy Debate: We are eager to get the program off the ground. Jason Derby (former West Georgia debater) has done excellent work setting up the foundation and getting the team out to a couple of tournaments, working on securing files and technology, etc. I plan on picking up where he left off and running. The goal is to attend 6-8 tournaments next year, including CEDA Nationals and hopefully the NDT. We have tremendous faculty support, and I'm looking forward to seeing what we can accomplish. The department has need and merit scholarship opportunities available. The team also has an allotment of non-resident tuition waivers in addition to scholarship monies. I love this activity. It offers unique pedagogical experiences that stay with us forever. College debate offers you limitless opportunities. San Diego is as close to paradise as any other city in America. If you are going into your SR year and are interested in looking at SDSU please don't hesitate to contact me with ANY questions you may have. If you are a graduating senior who has yet to decide where you are going or maybe this opportunity seems to good to turn down, also contact me. Email: chsdb8r@gmail.com or pm me here. Thanks, and Go Aztecs! Tony Johnson
  9. Hello, my name is Tony Johnson and I will be the Graduate Teaching Associate in charge of running the emergent policy program at SDSU. A little about myself: This will be my 10th year involved in policy debate. I recently finished my undergraduate degree at Idaho State University, where I was the captain of the policy team for two years. While there, my partner and I appeared in elimination rounds at every major national tournament and were ranked as high as 8th in the country this year. I am also the Director of Debate at Ashland High School in southern Oregon, where I have coached teams to the Tournament of Champions each of the last three years. This summer I will be working at the Gonzaga Debate Institute and Whitman National Debate Camp. A bit about the school: For four consecutive years, SDSU has been rank ed the No. 1 most productive research university. SDSU is the largest university in San Diego and the fifth largest in California. SDSU is ranked among the nation's best national universities according to U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges 2011 Guide." A little about SDSU Policy Debate: We are eager to get the program off the ground. Jason Derby (former West Georgia debater) has done excellent work setting up the foundation and getting the team out to a couple of tournaments, working on securing files and technology, etc. I plan on picking up where he left off and running. The goal is to attend 6-8 tournaments next year, including CEDA Nationals and hopefully the NDT. We have tremendous faculty support, and I'm looking forward to seeing what we can accomplish. The department has need and merit scholarship opportunities available. The team also has an allotment of non-resident tuition waivers in addition to scholarship monies. I love this activity. It offers unique pedagogical experiences that stay with us forever. College debate offers you limitless opportunities. San Diego is as close to paradise as any other city in America. If you are going into your SR year and are interested in looking at SDSU please don't hesitate to contact me with ANY questions you may have. If you are a graduating senior who has yet to decide where you are going or maybe this opportunity seems to good to turn down, also contact me. Email: chsdb8r@gmail.com or pm me here. Thanks, and Go Aztecs! Tony Johnson
  10. Look ya'll---Debate in the Pacific Northwest needs a boost. We need YOU. We need you to stop being lazy, to be motivated to read and do drills. We need you to support your H.S. program by attending camps and sharing what you have learned with your teammates. We need you to encourage your buddies to join debate, to go to camp. I work at both of these camps, and would like you to consider attending either/both (dates conflict but the directors will work with you). Gonzaga http://www.gonzagadebate.com/GDI.htm Whitman http://www.whitman.edu/debate/camp/index.htm Please contact me with questions: chsdb8r@gmail.com You are the future. Be it.
  11. As a staff member of both camps, I will tell you, you cannot go wrong with either choice. Go with whichever one works best with your schedule. Both camps offer need and merit based scholarships, and can offer you a diverse range of knowledge. The K: Both staffs have folks who know the K well, but I'd give the edge to GU.
  12. bump. who's going? if you have questions, ask.
  13. Not only does the WNDI have an incredible staff, but you get more individual attention than ANY camp in America. The student staff ratio (in policy debate) is always at least 1 teacher per 3 students. You cant beat that.
  14. Couple of arguments- PM me if you need more. 1st- Cost effective- You will not find a cheaper camp with the same quality facilities (or even close, really). 2nd-Productive but not exhausting schedule- includes bbq's each week, sunday movie night, ping pong tournaments, ultimate, etc. 3rd-Incredible staff- Are you kidding? Daniel Straus, Nate Cohn (both finalists at CEDA Nationals) Andrew Baker (first round and was invited to both kentucky and dartmouth round robins), Paul Montrieul (First round and finalist at USC) etc. 4th- INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION-- You get to work in a lab environment that is at least 1 teacher per 3 students. There is not a single camp in America that can say that. Please send any questions you have to hansonjb@whitman.edu or myself at chsdb8r@gmail.com Thanks, Tony
  15. 3 time NDT Qualifier Elims at NDT, Octos of CEDA, Texas, Georgia State, Kentucky, etc. Coached Ashland High to TOC for the last two years (first two times in history). My teams have been in elims at New Trier, Emory, Greenhill, Glenbrooks, Berkeley, Alta, Stanford, and Gonzaga. Ashland could not attend our district tournament, and I need a job. Email me at chsdb8r@gmail.com Thanks, Tony Johnson
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