International Admissions Roundtable: Efficiency, Process, and Credential Evaluation – A Discussion of What Works

November 20, 2020

Coffee Break

Free Coffee Break | 11:00-12:15 pm ET

Join your colleagues from the U.S. and around the globe for a lively discussion on the international admissions office. Presenters will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of various models. Are your admissions centralized? Do you have separate offices for undergraduate, graduate, and international? How does your institution handle credential evaluation? Is this working for you? Compare notes with your peers on how to craft an efficient and student-friendly experience.


This Coffee Break is delivered in partnership with TAICEP.

TAICEP-LOGO-STACKED-01TAICEP is the only professional membership association established to meet the unique goals of International Credential Evaluation Professionals. Our members are individuals, academic institutions, independent agencies, government bodies, and organizations who share a common interest in international credential evaluation (ICE), directly or indirectly.


LesLee Clauson Eicher

LesLee Clauson Eicher

International Credential Evaluation and Training Consultant

Julia Funaki

Associate Director, International, AACRAO


Polixenia (Polly) Tohaneanu

Assistant Director, Graduate Admissions Office, University of Idaho

Diana Hense MA

Head of Admissions at the University of Amsterdam

Michelle Barger

Associate Director, International Admissions Wichita State University

Mary Blount

Senior Foreign Credential Evaluator for Graduate Admissions at Georgia State University

Francesca Villa

Academic Registrar Manager at Istituto Europeo del Design (IED)

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