EEI Director of Research is a panelist at the New England Transfer Association (NETA) professional development workshop
On September 17th at Central Connecticut State University, Education Evaluator’s Director of Evaluation Research, Fay Adams, served as a panelist at a professional development workshop sponsored by the New England Transfer Association (NETA). NETA is an organization that brings together higher education professionals who service the needs of transfer students on college campuses, including international students. Fay brought her extensive knowledge to share with those in attendance, along with the other well regarded panelists. Others presenting included an academic counselor from Providence College, the Vice President for Development and Outreach at Fisher College, the assessment coordinator for Charter Oak State College, and a counselor from Manchester Community College. Her presentation provided a background of the basic principles of international academic transfer credit conversion. She spoke about several international educational systems that are often encountered by U.S. college admissions offices with a primary focus on the Russian Federation and Sweden. Fay’s unique position in the marketplace as an experienced credit evaluation professional brought added perspective to the panel and enriched the experience of those in attendance. Education Evaluators International maintains a longstanding commitment to industry events and education, and looks forward to participating in a variety of similar events in the future.