IECA members are regularly contacted by the media for their contributions to articles on many educational issues, including college admissions, school advising, LD issues, international students, and therapeutic advice.
Laurie Kopp Weingarten (NJ) and Kat Cohen (NY) were quoted in “Step Away From Your Over-Scheduled High School Student” in the Wall Street Journal on November 21.
Stephanie Klein Wassink (CT) was quoted in U.S. News and World Report’s article “Learn How to Impress College Admissions Counselors” on September 13.
Jenny Buyens (MN), Lisa Carlton (TX), and Belinda Wilkerson (NC) were quoted in “This High School Senior Is Spending $1,700 on College Applications. Is That Insane or Normal?” in Money on December 26.
Bruce Vinik (MD) was quoted in the Washington Post article “Surge in foreign students may be crowding Americans out of elite colleges” on December 21.
Jodi Rosenshein Atkin, Associate member (NY), was quoted in “6 Tips to Finish College Applications on New Year’s Eve” in U.S. News and World Report Higher Education on December 19.
Doretta Massardo McGinnis, Associate member (PA), was featured in “Looking for the Fountain of Youth? Try Helping Students With College Admissions” at Forbes.com on November 26.
Katherine Cohen (NY) was quoted in “How to Craft the Perfect College Application Essay” in Teen Vogue on October 13, and in “Today’s kids are getting ahead by learning how to code apps” in the New York Post on October 23.
“Here’s Your Mantra to Tackle the College Admissions Process” by Victoria Tillson Evans, Associate member (DC), was published by the Huffington Post on September 18.
Jennifer Aquino’s (Singapore) was cited in the October 25 US News & World Report article “3 Ways to Evaluate a Global University Without Visiting.”
The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students With Learning Differences by Imy Wax (IL) and Marybeth Kravets (IL) was referenced in “The Road to Higher Education With an ‘Invisible Disability” in The Atlantic on September 22. The 13th edition of that guide was recently released by Random House/Princeton Review.