UHFS, the speech and debate team for the University, used its speech communication talents to get it to first place at the Pi Kappa Delta National Championship's 100th anniversary competition on March 13 to 17 in St. Louis, something that has never been accomplished by the team since its founding in 1951 [...]
UHFS Office to be Relocated
In order to accommodate the construction of the University Center Transformation Project, The UH Forensics Society will relocate from UC Room 35 to Room 102 in Oberholtzer Hall. This office transition will take place between November 26 and December 7, 2013. Additional services located on the UC Ground Floor will also be taken offline (TV lounge, commuter microwave, restrooms, computer kiosk and the Lactation Center).
Should you have any questions, please call 832.842.6239.
This past weekend, the UH Forensic Society began its tenth year celebrations by hosting The 10th Annual UH/LSU Collegiate Speech/Debate Contest(s)...
The University of Houston Forensic Program within the Division of Student Affairs does more than speech and debate. Under the leadership of Dr. Michael Fain, director of UH Forensics and advisor to the UH Forensic Society, this program extends its reach beyond the campus walls through outreach and volunteer initiatives at local high schools and community centers...
On June 8, Dr. Michael Fain, director of UH Forensics, received a letter stating that he has been appointed as a member of the State Bar of Texas standing committee on Law Focused Education for the period June 2012 through June 2015...
The UH Forensics Society, led by director and coach Michael Fain, recognized seven accomplished individuals for their achievements, both past and present, with five inductions into the society's newly created Hall of Fame and two Lifetime Achievement Awards.
The University of Houston Forensic Society has won 12 national debate championships since its revival in 2002 after a four-year absence due to a lack of funding. Professor and UHFS Director Michael Fain attributes this success to the team's indifference towards winning.
The UH Forensics team is aiming toward another successful year as they gear up for a semester of debate and social work. The Forensics Society aims to help students get over their fear of public speaking while giving back to the community.
Words have impact. And for the UH Forensic Society, the power of words is in how they guide others. Listen to UH Moment.
What does a champion look like? At the University of Houston some are on the field or on the court. And some champion orators are in the soup kitchen. Listen to this week's UH Moment.