The IRE on Campus program aims to bolster more inclusive representation in investigative and data journalism by providing free, customized training to educators and students at higher education institutions that serve historically marginalized people (also known as MSIs). The program is sponsored by Lumina Foundation.
We are seeking a total of six schools for our next two training cohorts:
By participating in the IRE on Campus program, your school will receive:
Successful applicants will have a clear plan to encourage more investigative and data work in their classrooms and a commitment to send most of their journalism/communications students and educators to the training.
To apply, a school must be must be a Minority Serving Institution (MSI) which includes:
Applications will be reviewed by IRE staff. The program sponsor is not involved in the selection process.
Patti DiVincenzo has spent more than three decades working in TV stations across the country, starting in Topeka, Kansas, and eventually landing at WSB-TV in Atlanta, where she was an investigative producer and data specialist for 16 years. A long-time member of IRE, she joined the staff as a training director in February 2019. DiVincenzo earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Kansas.
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