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Event Name:44th NEAIR Annual Conference
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Save the Date
 for the 44th NEAIR Annual Conference, November 18-21, 2017 at the Westin Jersey City Newport, in Jersey City, NJ!

Our conference theme is "IR Leadership: Refining our Roles; Maximizing Our Impact" and we look forward to engaging IR leaders at every level.  We want everyone – whether a new analyst or a vice president – to gain key insights and takeaways that help you refine your leadership skills and create impact. 

The Call for Proposals opens April 6th.  Start thinking about proposals that highlight your work and the leadership that it took to create positive changes at your institution.  We want you to come ready to share your leadership successes, challenges, and lessons learned while you have been hard at work influencing institutional effectiveness. 

Event Date:11-18-17 - 11-21-17
Location:Westin Jersey City Newport, Jersey City, NJ
479 Washington Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07310

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Contact Person:Beth Simpson
(phone: (302) 559-5638)
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Key Dates:

Call for Proposals opens:  Thursday April 6, 2017

Call for Proposals closes:  Friday May 19, 2017

In the meantime, here is what awaits you in Jersey City…

Jersey City Highlights:

  • An abundance of things to see and do in the Jersey City area and the Big Apple
    • Shopping at Newport Center, Liberty State Science Center, The original Cake Boss bakery, the Manhattan skyline, world class jazz venues and much more
    • A 15 minute PATH train ride brings you to NYC shows on the Great White Way, first class museums, clubs, and a shop to find that hard to find must have it item
  • Great eateries and pubs to choose from
    • Indian, Italian, vegan, German restaurants, steak houses and even its own microbrewery 
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