Todd Lee Goen
Office: Luter 246
Phone: (757) 594-0328
Interpersonal Communication, Nonverbal Communication, and Family Communication
relational commitment, family of origin communicative influence, family definitions
OUR DEPARTMENT is now offering Cultural Communication Competence: Interacting in a Global Environment, a new Study Abroad opportunity in Brussels, Belgium during summer 2014!
TO GET STARTED with your international program of study, here are helpful RESOURCES:
- Department of State Travel Site
This government website provides instructions and forms for obtaining a passport, information about travel warnings, and tips for U.S. citizens traveling abroad.
- Study Abroad.com
This useful site is a clearinghouse for information about many countries, programs, scholarships, etc. Additionally, there are blogs written by, and contact information for, students who previously studied or are currently studying abroad.
- CNU Study Abroad Office
This campus site lists the summer programs led by CNU faculty. Students will enroll in CNU courses and pay tuition to CNU (no transfer credit).
WHY STUDY ABROAD?
Research demonstrates that study abroad participants have higher employment rates, larger salaries, and more career opportunities! These sites highlight the many benefits students receive from study abroad programs:
- IES Abroad "Career Benefits of Study Abroad"
- Rutgers University "Top Ten Reasons Why Study Abroad Will Boost Your Employment and Graduate School Prospects"
- Diversity Abroad "Study Abroad Benefits"
- Money Crashers "Ten Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad in College - Benefits & Challenges"