NECIR Announcements

NECIR Announcements

Eye Event: Public Access and the New Public Records Law

The first major overhaul of Massachusetts' public records law in more than 40 years went into effect January 1, 2017. What will it mean...

NECIR is hiring: Marketing & Events Specialist

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) at Boston University is seeking an energetic go-getter to both market and administer our training programs...

Join The Eye and WGBH to uncover who’s funding Massachusetts ballot...

The presidential election may attract all the attention, but Massachusetts voters are poised to vote this November on charter schools, animal welfare, marijuana legalization...

Burrell joins The Eye with focus on radio investigations

BOSTON – Award-winning journalist Christopher Burrell will join the New England Center for Investigative Reporting this month as a reporter for its online news site...

Trump Revealed: An Evening with Michael Kranish

  On October 20, join Boston University's College of Communication and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting for a discussion with Michael Kranish, co-author of Trump Revealed: An...

Eye reporter awarded for reporting on child abuse and neglect deaths

Eye reporter Jenifer McKim on Thursday, Oct. 6, was honored with a 2016 Publick Occurrences Award for Outstanding Journalism for her series ‘Out of...

Join the Bay State Ballot Question Hackathon on Aug 3rd

Join the New England Center for Investigative Reporting and WGBH News as we dig into ballot question campaign finance in the first Bay State Ballot Question Hackathon, part of a community journalism project sponsored by NECIR.

Michael Rezendes to speak at NECIR high school training program

Pulitzer-prize winning investigative reporter Michael Rezendes, who is portrayed by Mark Ruffalo in the Academy-Award winning film Spotlight, will address students during the first session of NECIR's summer high school investigative reporting workshop.

NECIR selects 18 Baltic reporters for investigative reporting collaboration

Eighteen journalists from Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia will participate in investigative reporting collaboratives overseen by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting (NECIR) and the University of South Carolina (USC).