Where to Next?

 

Where To Next? Podcast

Coming straight to you from the Division of Global Affairs, “Where To Next?” is our very own monthly podcast. In this series, we join forces with our campus partners to prepare our Owl Nation for their future adventures abroad.

Tune into the first five episodes below! Catch up on even more episodes using the following links.

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  • Episode 2: Social Media + Travel

    In this episode, Angelica and Erin, along with Edward Moses from The Office of Cybersecurity and Tyra Burton from the Department of Marketing and Professional Sales, discuss how to wield the tool of social media so you can have a fantastic time abroad. From the best ways to keep in contact with friends and family back home, to ethics of posting pictures, to exercising mindfulness, this conversation holds insight into maneuvering through this day and age of interconnectivity

    • Co-Hosts: Angelica Guilbeaux and Erin Rasche of The Office of International Safety and Security; Guests: Edward Moses, Associate Executive Director of the Office of Cybersecurity and Tyra Burton, Senior Lecturer of Marketing at the Department of Marketing and Professional Sales; Producer: Angelica Guilbeaux; Cover Art: Myriyah Wells, Graphic Design Intern

      Special thanks to our Student Assistant, Sophia Dorleus!  

     

     

    • Episode 3: Mental Health and Travel

      Actively tending to your mental health can greatly affect your time abroad for the better. In this episode, Angelica and Erin talk mental health within the world of international education; from sharing well-being methods for cushioning culture shock, to locating healthcare providers abroad and managing medication, to life after being abroad.

       

      • Episode 4: First Time Travel

        The new year is here and hopefully it will bring with it new horizons! Join us as we speak with Nicole Meanor, Senior Program Coordinator at Education Abroad, about what to expect when traveling for the first time, whether you are participating in a short-term or long-term education abroad program. We’ll offer valuable tips on passports, first time flights, the journey of cultural adjustment, and more!

        • To apply for a passport, visit the Department of State’s website.

          Interested in a particular country or program? Check out the Virtual Study Abroad Fair, home to all our education abroad programs. If you find a program you are interested in, you may start an application at Studio Abroad!

        • Co-Hosts: Angelica Guilbeaux and Erin Rasche of The Office of International Safety and Security; Guests: Nicole Meanor, Senior Program Coordinator; Producer: Angelica Guilbeaux; Cover Art: Myriyah Wells, Graphic Design Intern

         

        • Episode 5: Traveling Abroad as a Person of Color

          Join us for this month’s episode as we invite Brandon Jackson, Associate Director of Kennesaw State University’s Cultural and Community Centers, and discuss traveling abroad as a person of color. In this episode, we address different resources you can use before, during, and after your international experiences. Along with sharing advice on maneuvering through conversations around identity abroad and sharing your story to inspire others, we also focus on allyship amongst faculty, staff, and fellow study abroad participants.  

          • Interested in some the events hosted by Cultural and Community Centers? Click here for more information! And don’t forget to check out the Global Village!

          • Host: Angelica Guilbeaux of The Office of International Safety and Security; Guest: Brandon Jackson of Cultural and Community Centers; Producer: Angelica Guilbeaux; Cover Art: Myriyah Wells, Graphic Design Intern

            Special thanks to Student Assistant Tsunami! 

           

           Join the conversation! Follow us on Instagram and tell us what you think! You can also email us at globalsafety@kennesaw.edu.

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