We’re halfway through Day 2!

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It’s already lunchtime here at Integrate…can you believe it? Before lunch, I was present in the Don’t Picture The Audience in Their Underwear: The Real Story Behind Powerful Presentations which was wonderful!

Keith Quesenberry was a very engaging presenter. He showed us a clip of the show Mad Men, set in the 1960s, to demonstrate the importance of tone. The clip also proved to us that keys to a successful presentation doesn’t include an overly agressive PowerPoint, it is good preparation, knowing your audience, and eye contact.

I took this photo during one of our breaks. It is an absolutely gorgeous day in Morgantown!

Between the unique topics we’re covering this weekend, the interesting people and the unbeatable scenery, I am feeling very lucky to be a part of the IMC Program!

3 Responses to “We’re halfway through Day 2!”

  1. emergingmediawvu Says:

    Day 2 has been excellent so far! Patti Girardi’s breakout session on Careers in Sports Marketing was fantastic. With a whole list of new websites to explore, I can’t wait to see what jobs are available in the sports marketing world. Very practical!

  2. Laura Phillips Garner Says:

    I love Morgantown on sunny days like today. It’s beautiful!

  3. Valerie Lee Ater Says:

    It was so nice to meet you in person!!! I had a wonderful time and look forward to continuing friendships the many fellow IMCer’s that I met this weekend.

    Love the picture of Woodburn Hall ( I too was able to capture the beauty of this stately building) – indeed a post card picture shot on a sunny Morgantown day..

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