One of the top 10 teams in the nation!
As one of the most successful teams in the nation, EMU Forensics:
- Placed in the top 10 for over 40 years nationwide
- Won over 40 Michigan State Team Championships
Tradition of Success
EMU Forensics began its tradition of success with its first national championship in 1973 and it continues nearly every weekend (September–April) as team members hit the tournament trail and travel the country to enlighten, entertain and bring home a trophy!
Why is it called "Forensics"?
One definition of forensics is "the quest for truth." The term is commonly associated with police and crime television dramas, like CSI. Our team also seeks truth, not with fingerprints and blood trails, but through communication and performance. Whether persuading an audience that legal reform is needed or exploring the emotional truths of the human experience, competitors seek to give an audience a greater understanding of our world and our place within it.
Interested in Joining?
We welcome all students to become a member of our team. We can be reached by phone at 734.487.0320 and are located in 127 Judy Sturgis Hill Building.
- Patrick Seick, director of forensics | [email protected]
- Ray Quiel, director of debate | [email protected]
- Nina Brennan, assistant director | [email protected]
- Timothy Ward, assistant director | [email protected]
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