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NICAR23 early-bird extended

NICAR will be back in Nashville this spring after 26 years. We can’t wait to see y’all on March 2-5, 2023! Registration is now open and professional members can register at the early-bird rate of $299 until January 30. Student members can register at any time for $100. We’ll be at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel — book your stay now before the discounted block fills up.
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Pitch a Lightning Talk

Submissions are now open for Lightning Talks to be featured at #NICAR23 in Nashville! Don't miss your chance to participate in this beloved NICAR event!

The NICAR23 t-shirt contest is now open for voting. Pick your favorite design by 1/29! 
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Early-bird open for IRE23

IRE returns to Orlando this summer, June 22-25, and we can’t wait!
Register now to get the early-bird rate of $325 for professional, academic, associate and retired members. 
Student members can register at any time for $100. 
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IRE board meets Feb. 3

The IRE Board of Directors will meet via Zoom from 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CST on Feb. 3, 2023. The meeting is open to current IRE members. Members must register to attend, but the ticket is free.
The agenda includes updates on planning for NICAR23, set for March 3-6 in Nashville, and on fundraising, among other items

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IRE announces winners of 2022 Philip Meyer Journalism Award
A partnership between The Associated Press and PBS FRONTLINE that dug deeply into evidence of war crimes in Ukraine earned the first place prize in the 2022 Philip Meyer Journalism Award.  Other top honors go to The Los Angeles Times for its project “Extreme Heat's Deadly Toll,” and a collaboration between The Marshall Project, WOVU and Cleveland Documenters that gives a comprehensive assessment of multiple systems that have bolstered inequities in a marginalized community.
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