Introducing the Professional Pathways Series: Never Stop Learning

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

Mahatma Gandhi

I am an advocate for #lifelonglearning. Regardless of your earned credentials, there is never a point that learning ends. Learning for personal and professional growth helps make an individual more well-rounded, marketable, and adaptable. This microblog series is dedicated to everyone who is on a professional journey – looking for new ways to evolve, learn, and gain new experience so they may add value to what they are already doing, acquire a new skill, or transition into a territory not yet explored. I am excited to share my ideas and insights about professional pathways – a small way to help individuals at all levels of professional development reach not only their potential – but stretch themselves to that next level.

#KeepGoing #KeepGrowing


This post is part of Rebecca L. Cooney’s Professional Pathways – Never Stop Learning series. Check out more posts in the Professional Pathways category.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rebecca Cooney is a Clinical Associate Professor of Strategic Communication and Director of Murrow Online Programs at The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. She is also a Research Associate for the Center of Excellence for Natural Product-Drug Interaction Research. Rebecca has more than 26 years of professional experience. Her core areas of expertise include user experience design, integrated communication, brand strategy, and digital communications. She holds a BA in organizational communications and MS in communications and is the recipient of the 2019 Oaks Award for innovation in teaching, 2015 Scripps Howard Visiting Professor in Social Media, and 2014 Plank Center Educator Fellow awards.

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