May 6: Students present plan to publicize WSU at Everett


EVERETT, Wash. – Completing the first year of Integrated Communication @ Everett (ICE), the inaugural class of 22 students will present its integrated marketing plan for the program to stakeholders at 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 6, in Gray Wolf Hall 366. ICE is an offering of Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett.

“As an industry professional, I think the ideas that have been shared and research done are viable and can be taken to the next level,” said adjunct instructor Corrie Wilder. Depending on the audience reception, she said using the students’ plan in ICE publicity might be explored.

“Our goal as students is to help spread the word and gain recognition for the new WSU offerings on the west side of the state,” said class member Meagan Baron.

Based in the WSU Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, ICE consists of both online and face-to-face courses held at the University Center on the campus of Everett Community College. It is a bachelor’s degree program for associate degree transfer students from area community colleges, as well as other qualified transfer students. The first class is scheduled to graduate in spring 2016.

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