|The AICE Orlando Symposium||March 28-29, 2018||Orlando, FL|
AICE Orlando Symposium — March 28 – 29, 2018
“Setting the Standards for Evaluating Institutional Recognition and Accreditation”
The 2018 AICE Symposium will take place on March 28-29, 2018 in Orlando, FL, immediately following the AACRAO’s 104th Annual Meeting. This symposium will strive to answer questions, generate discussion, and update the AICE Standards on the topic of institutional accreditation, specifically comparative regional academic accreditation. For questions, comments, and to help in the planning process, please contact Alexander Agafanov email@example.com or Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert firstname.lastname@example.org. AICE invites all to attend a reception on the evening of March 28th prior to the day-long Symposium on March 29th.
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(Early Bird Rates through January 31, 2018)
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|The AICE Minneapolis Symposium||April 5-6, 2017||Minneapolis, MN|
AICE Minneapolis Symposium — April 5 – 6, 2017
“Setting the Standard for Graduate Admissions: Three-year Degrees and Other Admissions Challenges”
AICE cordially invites you to participate and contribute to discussion about international credentials evaluation best practices for graduate admissions. Please join us for a relaxing evening prior to the Symposium, followed by a day filled with relevant, compelling presentations and conversation around the need for consistency in our industry. The AICE Minneapolis Symposium will benefit you by increasing your knowledge of sound evaluation practices, connecting you with others in the industry with whom you can discuss evaluation questions and problems, offering you access to an ongoing forum in which to compare and analyze educational credentials, and increasing your confidence in the reliability of credential evaluation reports which you produce and which you receive from others.
Many thanks to Shorelight Education for being a generous sponsor of the AICE Symposium Luncheon on April 6th!
Information on the Symposium topics is available here.
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|Credentials Fraud and Diploma Mills: July 2016 Edition (Webinar)||July 7, 2016||Webinar|
In this webinar, we will define important concepts, discuss suggested methodology along with real-world samples and case studies to provide an understanding of the credentials fraud issue and a basic road map of what to do about it.
|Solve your International Credential Problems, Any time – A free introduction to GRADE (Webinar)||June 9, 2016||Webinar|
This FREE webinar presented by Drew Feder, President of Credential Consultants, Inc. (CC) will showcase the best practices, expertise, research and support services available through GRADE, an easily accessible online resources for international credentials analysis. ACEI is a collaborating partner with Credential Consultants, Inc. on the GRADE project.
For more information, please contact: email@example.com
|Analysis and Discussion: How Translation May Impact Credentials Evaluation (NAFSA Session)||June 2, 2016||Denver, CO|
Analysis and Discussion: How Translation May Impact Credentials Evaluation – this session will be presented at the 2016 NAFSA Annual Conference in Denver, CO by Drew Feder and Barbara Glave. The session will be on June 2, 2016 from 2:00 PM-3:15 PM.
|AICE Coffee Meeting at NAFSA Denver||June 2, 2016||Denver, CO|
We would like to cordially invite everyone working in credential evaluation attending NAFSA to meet for an informal tea/coffee break.
Location: Blue Bear Café in the Convention Center
Time: Thursday, June 2nd, 2:30pm – 3pm.
Several members of AICE will be available to share how the organization is actively working on setting the standards for the profession (http://aice-eval.org/about/standards/). We will also be sharing more information about the 2017 AICE Symposium, a one-of-a kind professional development opportunity for credential evaluation professionals, and how to get involved in the AICE Forum, a monthly discussion of credential evaluation issues hosted by AICE.
|Fighting Back Against Misconduct in the Academic Space (NAFSA Session)||June 1, 2016||Denver, CO|
Fighting Back Against Misconduct in the Academic Space – this session will be presented at the 2016 NAFSA Annual Conference in Denver, CO by Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert, Jonathan Burdick (Dean of College Admission, Vice-Provost for Enrollment Initiatives, University of Rochester, NY) and Michelle “Shell” Hampton, Director (Global Client Relations, TOEFL & GRE Client Relations, TOELF & GRE Programs, ETS). The session will be on June 1, 2016 from 11:45 AM-12:45 PM.
|Diploma Mills and Fake Degrees: A Domestic and Global Threat (NAFSA Session)||June 1, 2016||Denver, CO|
Diploma Mills and Fake Degrees: A Domestic and Global Threat – this session will be presented at the 2016 NAFSA Annual Conference in Denver, CO by Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert and Drew Feder. The session will be on June 1, 2016 from 10:00 AM-11:15 AM.
|Benchmarks for Undergraduate Admissions (Webinar)||May 24, 2016||Webinar|
This FREE webinar presentation is great for anyone in the field of education working with international students. Our expert presenters and Endorsed Members, Beth Cotter, Foreign Credential Evaluations and Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert, Academic Credentials Evaluation Institute, will provide you with the benchmarks for international studies to the U.S. standard and strategies that you can use now to clearly identify the correct levels of education.
To register, please use the following webpage: http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EC55DE84814A39
|Credential Forum: For Endorsed & Affiliate Members||May 19, 2016||Conference Call|
May 19, 2016 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT. A monthly discussion group hosted by the Association of International Credential Evaluators, a non-profit professional association that helps set standards and best practices for international credentials evaluation. Credential Forum is open to Endorsed and Affiliate Members of the Association. Please contact AICE if you are interested in attending.
|The AICE Phoenix Symposium||March 23-24, 2016||Phoenix, AZ|
AICE cordially invites you to collaborate with other evaluators as we discuss the need for standards in our industry. Please join us for a relaxing evening prior to the Symposium, followed by a day filled with relevant, compelling presentations and conversation around the need for consistency in our industry. The AICE Phoenix Symposium will benefit you by increasing your knowledge of sound evaluation practices, connecting you with others in the industry with whom you can discuss evaluation questions and problems, offering you access to an ongoing forum in which to compare and analyze educational credentials, and increasing your confidence in the reliability of credential evaluation reports which you produce and which you receive from others.