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Goodbye From Beth

Well, I have decided to depart from my adventures on Observations of Public Relations. I have had a great time and learned a tremendous amount. Currently, I am not sure where I am off to. I am looking for nonprofit work outside of Ohio and taking some other non-PR related paths.

As one last hoorah, I have posted excerpts from my Master’s Project, The Nonprofit Factor: Using Weblogs A Case Study and Guide to a blog. If you would like a copy e-mailed to you please feel free to contact me at bethfarrell17@gmail.com.

Thank you all for being a part of my experience at Observations of PR and allowing me to share my voice.

Peace and Happiness to All.

Beth

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2 Responses

  1. Beth,
    I can honestly say it’s been a joy and a pleasure. Thank you for your friendship and inspiration. Many of our readers (ahem) my readers, probably aren’t aware that you turned me on to PR blogging in the first place. In fact, I think you started me on podcasts, too. That really lit the fire under me and now I’m a total junkie. So thanks. Grad school would not have been the same without you. Thanks for letting me brag, complain, harp, rant, rave, and bray to/with/in front of/and at you.
    Best of luck in your endeavors, congratulations on graduating. Talk to you soon.

  2. […] My friend, former co-blogger and former fellow graduate student won an award from the Society for New Communication Research for her outstanding work in non-profit blogs during her graduate studies. She posted about it here and on her own presentation page. The SNCR posting reads: The Society’s awards program honors innovative organizations and professionals who are pioneering the use of social media (i.e., blogs, wikis, podcasts, collaborative tools and other forms of participatory communications) in the areas of marketing, public relations and advertising, politics, entertainment, academics, and community and cultural development… […]

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