WVU IMC’s INTEGRATE Conference
Each year, the WVU Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) graduate program hosts the INTEGRATE conference in Morgantown, WV. More than 200 communications professionals attended INTEGRATE 2015 and explored the latest IMC techniques and strategies. Transform your career through innovative workshops and breakout sessions, and participate in thought provoking discussions about trends in our industry.
Save the date, INTEGRATE 2016—June 3-4, 2016!
Find your focus, find yourself—get INTEGRATED. The WVU IMC program’s annual INTEGRATE conference is the largest professional Integrated Marketing Communications conference offered by a university program. Whether you are a seasoned professional, or someone who is considering enrolling in the IMC program at West Virginia University, INTEGRATE is your opportunity to build your professional network and talk about the hottest topics in Integrated Marketing Communications.
But don’t take our word for it. See what attendees have to say!
- Visit the WVU IMC Knowledge Base to watch breakout sessions and workshops from our past events.
Are you a communicator wanting to brush up on emerging trends?
The INTEGRATE conference is not just for IMC students, faculty and grads. Anyone who wants to brush up on the latest skills in concept development, mobile apps and augmented reality, sports marketing, PR & crisis communications, or social media analytics should attend! We promise that you will walk away from the conference with skills you can put to use immediately.
Already a part of the program?
If you’re a student, graduate or instructor, the INTEGRATE conference is your chance to visit Morgantown and experience your University in person. Of course, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn what’s new in the IMC industry—but perhaps more important, you’ll be able to socialize and network with the people you’ve come to know so well online.
Interested in the WVU IMC program?
If you’re thinking about applying, there’s no better time to connect with students, graduates and faculty who can provide some honest insight into what the WVU IMC program is all about. Consider it an investment in your education. We guarantee you’ll come away with useful information, not to mention a few new friends.