AMA Academic Conferences

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AMA Conferences are large national gatherings designed to address current and emerging issues related to specific marketing disciplines. AMA Conferences are held annually for two to three days and offer their delegations the unrivalled opportunity to network, learn, and build relationships with each other. The following academic conferences are coordinated under the jurisdiction of AMA Academic Council with the logistical support of AMA professional staff.

Summer Marketing Educators’ Conference is an academic conference with competitive papers, special sessions, and posters. The conference program overlaps with AMA Academic Placement and emphasizes career and professional development in recognition that AMA offers a robust spectrum of content to support academicians in their ever evolving careers. Co-chairs are nominated by the Academic Council President-Elect and approved by the Academic Council.

Winter Marketing Educators’ Conference is an academic conference with competitive papers, special sessions, and posters. The conference program typically focuses on cutting-edge research. Themes tend to be broad enough to incorporate overarching perspectives within the field. Co-chairs are nominated by the Academic Council President-Elect and approved by the Academic Council.

Marketing & Public Policy Conference​ is an academic conference with competitive papers, special sessions and posters, but frequently also incorporates roundtable discussions and special theme-based panels. The conference targets educators, public policy experts, and government employees concerned with the roles and responsibilities of marketing within the larger society. Co-chairs are nominated by the Marketing & Society SIG.

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