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The Center for Political Communication is a proud co-sponsor of Now Hear This UD!, an annual spring public speaking contest for UD students. Communication professor and CPC-affiliated faculty member, Dr. Tracey Holden, has directed the event since 2013, which annually draws an audience of more than 300 students. Seven to 10 students currently enrolled in COMM212, Oral Communication in Business, are eligible to compete. Prizes are awarded to the top three public speakers. Contestants deliver 7-minute speeches about a chosen topic based on the theme of diversity and inclusion. The purpose of the competition is not just to find the best public speaker but also to showcase the value of communication and committed effort from all to foster inclusion in a diverse community.
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