CPIJ sending 25 journalists to #IRE15

ire_twitter_400x400The Center for Public Interest Journalism is providing sponsorships for 25 journalists from the Philadelphia region to attend the upcoming 2015 Investigative Reporters and Editors Conference at no cost. Selected applicants include:

• Faye Anderson of TrackingChange.info
• Bobbi Booker of The Philadelphia Tribune, Examiner.com, WRTI 90.1Fm and Philadelphia Magazine
• Marilyn D’Angelo of WHYY and NewsWorks.org
• Matt Flowers of Gannett
• Ana Gamboa of AL DÍA News
• Kristen Gillette of Generocity.org
• Meeri Kim, Freelance science writer
• Chris Krewson of Billy Penn
• Josh Kruger of Philadelphia Weekly
• Max Marin of AL DÍA News
• James McGinnis of Calkins Media
• Regina Medina of the Philadelphia Daily News
• Hayden Mitman of The Intelligencer and Bucks County Courier Times
• Karen Naylor of the Bucks County Courier Times
• Indah Nuritasari of Newsworks.org and the Indonesian Lantern
• Susan Phillips of StateImpact PA/WHYY
• Sameer Rao, Freelance
• Zachary Rendin, Freelance
• Juliana Reyes of Technical.ly
• Monica Robinson, Freelance
• Brett Sholtis of the York Daily Record
• Michael Sisak of The Associated Press
• Paul Socolar of the Philadelphia Public School Notebook
• Jonathan Valania of Phawker.Com
• Alex Vuocolo of Generocity.org

The Temple University School of Media and Communication is partnering on several levels with the #IRE15 Conference, scheduled for June 4th through 7th in Philadelphia. At least 15 staff and faculty members will attend and seven students have been selected to participate as volunteers. Temple is also sponsoring a track of panels focused on diversity in journalism during the conference.

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Learn more about the conference: ire.org/conferences/ire-2015

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