SOURCE provides a venue in which students practice communicating their ideas effectively and efficiently to a general audience and to those in their chosen fields. Campus and local business and community members evaluate and provide feedback to all student presenters.
Every student presenter receives feedback from two judges. Because of the large number of student presenters, we are always in need of faculty and staff who are interested in helping students sharpen their presentation skills and promote their professional development.
Without the help of our dedicated and giving judges, SOURCE would not be able to provide a valuable step in our students' education.
Judge recruiting begins in March and April for each year's SOURCE. Watch this website or for announcements in Central Today! We are happy to take your schedule and expertise into account as we assign judging responsibilities.
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