ECE attends the AACRAO / IIE PEER working group meeting in NYC

From October 25-26, as part of a recently formed collaborative working group, I attended the Institute of International Education (IIE) PEER – American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) workshop entitled “Best Practice

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Welcoming Immigrants and Refugees: Emerging Trends in U.S. Higher Education - Part II: In Practice

In Part I we discussed policy and documentation challenges. Part II presents examples from around the U.S. and abroad, showcasing the many different ways refugees, immigrants, and international students are being welcomed in this country. Certainly, we s

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Welcoming Immigrants and Refugees: Emerging Trends in U.S. Higher Education - Part 1: Challenges

Part I: Challenges For many of us working within the field of international education, 2017 was a year filled with uncertainty and confusion. It was even more difficult for people coming to the U.S. Yet, they persevered. They arrived ready to start a new

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ECE®Aid – You Can Help Someone in Need

In August 2016 Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) introduced ECE®Aid.  Zachary Holochwost , a Research Evaluator at ECE, was involved in the development of this project and has been tapped to lead the initiative as the new ECE®Aid Administrator. We

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