Welcome to Creighton Forensics!
The Creighton Forensics Team is a co-curricular activity that teaches communication and public speaking skills through the performance of Individual Events. These activities include Public Address, Oral Interpretation, and Limited Preparation.
The goal of the team is to draw broadly from across the disciplines represented at Creighton University so that students have an integrated, interdisciplinary educational experience where they can develop the ability to research, generate, construct, and deliver ethical messages. Team members perform with a sense of responsibility for the effects of those messages and develop into men and women with a sense of personal integrity along with an obligation to serve others.
During the past several years, Creighton has developed one of the most diverse and competitive forensics programs in the region. We are proud to be home to the 2009 National Champion in Lincoln Douglas Debate, Mike Storey, and the 2010 National Champion in Prose Interpretation, Chris Fowler.
At Creighton, success is not measured by the number of trophies you bring home; it is measured by what you have learned. We believe that hard work and a positive attitude can make forensics one of the most rewarding experiences of your college career!
To receive more information about Creighton Forensics please contact:
Laura K. Gill, Director of Forensics
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