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Risk Assessment and Crisis Management in Education Abroad Programming

Wednesday, November 13
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Pratt / Calvert

Do you know how to respond when a crisis impacts your study abroad students? In education abroad programming and implementation, staff must be ready to manage a range of crises that may occur. Participants explore ways to assess risk, reduce risk potential, and respond to crises more effectively.

Todd Lee Goen

Instructor & Director of Communication Competence Abroad
Christopher Newport University

Todd Lee Goen is Instructor of Communication at Christopher Newport University, where he is the Faculty Director of a short-term program to Luxembourg; chairs the institution’s International Studies Advisory Committee, overseeing international programming on campus; and serves as academic advisor to incoming international students. Goen previously held academic appointments at Clemson and IPFW. He is an Honors College Graduate with a BA in Computer Science, French, and Vocational Ministry from Harding University, holds an MA in Communication from the University of Arkansas, and complete doctoral coursework in communication at the University of Georgia.

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