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            Public Forum Debate Scholarships, presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation:
            • $5,000 – To each of the two Public Forum championship debaters.
            • $4,500 – To each of the two Public Forum finalist debaters.
            • $2,500 – To each of the four Public Forum semifinalist debaters.
            • $1,500 – To each of the eight Public Forum Debate quarterfinalist debaters.
            • $1,000 – To each of the twelve Public Forum Debate octafinalist debaters.

            Big Questions Debate Scholarships, presented by the John Templeton Foundation:
            • $10,000 – To the Big Questions national championship debater.
            • $5,000 – To the Big Questions second place finalist debater.
            • $2,500 – To the Big Questions third place finalist debater.
            • $2,500 – To the Big Questions fourth place finalist debater.

            $2,500 Scholarship
            • $2,500 – To the William Woods Tate, Jr., National Student of the Year, presented by Richard Bitner in honor of Sharon Porter.

            $2,000 Scholarship
            • $2,000 – To the national champion in Original Oratory, presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary.

            $1,500 Scholarships
            • $1,500 – To each of the five William Woods Tate, Jr., National Student of the Year finalists, presented by Richard Bitner in honor of Sharon Porter.

            $1,000 Scholarships
            • $1,000 – To each national champion in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, presented by Trinity University.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented by Illinois College and Victor Jih.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion Senator, presented by the Stennis Center for Public Service.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion Representative, presented by the Stennis Center for Public Service.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Council on Foreign Relations.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in Humorous Interpretation, presented by Western Kentucky University.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, presented by Simpson College.
            • $1,000 – To each national champion in Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, presented by Colorado College.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in Program Oral Interpretation, presented by the National Speech & Debate Association.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in each supplemental speech event (Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading), presented by Western Kentucky University.
            • $1,000 – To the national champion in each consolation event (Impromptu and Storytelling), presented by Bob and Salli Stockton.
            • $1,000 – To the William Woods Tate, Jr., National Student of the Year, presented by the National Speech & Debate Association.
            • $1,000 – To the second place finalist in Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary.

            $750 Scholarship
            • $750 – To the third place finalist in Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary.

            $500 Scholarships
            • $500 – To the national champion in Informative Speaking, presented by the National Speech & Debate Association.
            • $500 – To the national champion in Extemporaneous Debate, presented by Colorado College.
            • $500 – To each second place finalist in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, presented by Trinity University.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented by Illinois College and Victor Jih.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Council on Foreign Relations.
            • $500 – To each of the top six “Making the Stage” finalists in Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, presented by Joe and Pam Wycoff.
            • $500 – To each of the top six “Making the Stage” finalists in Informative Speaking, presented by Joe and Pam Wycoff in honor of Bill and Berneeta Campbell.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in Humorous Interpretation, presented by Western Kentucky University.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, presented by Simpson College.
            • $500 – To each second place finalist in Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, presented by Colorado College.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in Program Oral Interpretation, presented by the National Speech & Debate Association.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in each supplemental speech event (Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading), presented by Western Kentucky University.
            • $500 – To the second place finalist in each consolation event (Impromptu and Storytelling), presented by Bob and Salli Stockton.
            • $500 – To the top speaker in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented in memory of Tina Wang.

            $250 Scholarships
            • $250 – To each final round winner of Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, and Informative Speaking, presented by Donus and Lovila Roberts.
            • $250 – To each final round winner of Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, and Program Oral Interpretation, presented by the National Speech & Debate Association.
            • $250 – To each third place finalist in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, presented by Trinity University.
            • $250 – To the top speaker in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, in honor of Phyllis Flory Barton.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented by Illinois College and Victor Jih.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Council on Foreign Relations.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in Humorous Interpretation, presented by Western Kentucky University.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, presented by Simpson College.
            • $250 – To each third place finalist in Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, presented by Colorado College.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in Program Oral Interpretation, presented the National Speech & Debate Association.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in each supplemental speech event (Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading), presented by Western Kentucky University.
            • $250 – To the third place finalist in each consolation event (Impromptu and Storytelling), presented by Bob and Salli Stockton.

            $200 Scholarships
            • $200 – To each national champion in United States World Schools Debate, presented by the International Public Policy Forum.

            $100 Scholarships
            • $100 – To each second place finalist in United States World Schools Debate, presented by the International Public Policy Forum.
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            JAMES M. COPELAND
            TOM AND VICKI ROLLINS
            A. C. ELEY FUND

            CARMENDALE FERNANDES FUND

            THE JEPS FOUNDATION

            VICTOR JIH

            ADAM AND ASHLEY JOHNSON

            HAROLD C. KELLER FUND

            MCCARTHEY FAMILY FOUNDATION

            HARLAND B. MITCHELL FUND

            LANNY D. AND B. J. NAEGELIN FUND

            DONUS AND LOVILA ROBERTS

            SANDRA SILVERS FUND

            RICHARD B. SODIKOW FUND

            BOB AND SALLI STOCKTON

            WILLIAM WOODS TATE, JR., FUND

            TINA WANG FUND

            JOE AND PAM WYCOFF

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