Category: Best Practices in International Enrollment Management
Creating viable transnational programs can be tricky and is predicated on successful vetting of partner institutions abroad. This poster will explore the challenges and share model practices.
Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE)
Amy M. Ullrich has worked at Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. as an Evaluator since 2008. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities and Fine Arts, with concentrations in Art History and French, from St. Norbert College. Prior to joining ECE, Amy worked as an International Adoption Case Manager and in other international settings. Amy's areas of credential evaluation specialization include transnational education, refugee qualifications, partially/undocumented studies and the education systems of: Central and South Asia, the Balkans, MENA (Middle East and North Africa) and countries with U.S.-based educational systems. She has presented at state, regional, national and international conferences.
Owner and Senior Evaluator
China Credential Services
Brown Deer, WI
Katerina Roskina is the Owner and Senior Evaluator at China Credential Services. Her professional interests are credential evaluation and research, integration programming, transnational education and academic exchange facilitation, international admissions consulting, training, and more with a mission to enable China-educated individuals to make educated choices about their study in the US, and US academic institutions to be able to assist those individuals to make the best of their investment in US education, and be able to develop viable transnational partnerships.
Katerina holds a Master of Arts degree equivalent in Linguistics and Intercultural Communication with an emphasis on Mandarin Chinese. Her graduate research centered on ESL teaching and acquisition by native speakers of Mandarin Chinese. Her professional background is in ESL instruction and curriculum design in China, English-Chinese interpreting and translation, and comparative international education in the US.