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FSN Conference Application Deadline Extended to July 16
The application deadline for the sixth annual FIRE Student Network Conference has just been extended to Wednesday, July 16!
The conference will take place July 25–27 at Bryn Mawr College just outside of Philadelphia. Students interested in attending must apply now to have a chance to attend, as only a few spots remain and latecomers will be placed on a waiting list.
FIRE will cover all expenses associated with the conference, including meals, accommodations, and up to $300 for travel. Students can apply for the conference here and join the FIRE Student Network here. See you next month!
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