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eduStyle Awards: Best Higher Ed Blog (People’s Choice) Goes to .eduGuru!

21 Jul 2009

written by Rachel Reuben

eduStyle Awards: Best Higher Ed Blog (People’s Choice) Goes to .eduGuru!

Thank you to all of our readers who voted for .eduGuru for this year’s eduStyle Awards in the category “Best Higher Ed Blog.” We are truly grateful for your support. All six of us (Kyle, Karlyn, Fienen, Nick, Nikki & Rachel) love having this outlet to blog about our experiences and topics that affect so many of us in higher education. Your comments and continued conversations on Twitter and via e-mail give us the fuel we need to keep this going.

Our good friend Tony from “Tales from the Redesignland” congratulated us as in one of his famous comic strips.

Here are some individual thank yous from each of us:

Kyle, Karlyn & Nikki:

Rachel:

Fienen:

And here’s his hysterical promo when the voting was open earlier this spring.

Nick:

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Rachel Reuben

Rachel Reuben is the Associate Vice President for Marketing Communications at Ithaca College. She was a blogger on .eduGuru from November 2008 - January 2010. Read her complete bio.

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  • http://highered.prblogs.org Andrew Careaga

    Congrats, you guys! Well deserved.

  • kathleen

    You guys are awesome! Congratulations on a great blog and well deserved award.

  • http://wilhb81ez.blogspot.com wilhb81

    Hooray, congratulation for the award. You’re the best and well deserved. Keep it up the good works, guys!

    PS: I’m glad that my vote helped you all won this competition.

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