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JOYCE SLAYTON MITCHELL
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U.S. College Admissions, Shenzen, Beijing, Shanghai, 2019
China Book Tour: The Chinese Guide to American Universities: Shanghai, Beijing, Ningbo, Guizhou province, May, 2014.
Chinese (mainland) High School students , Chinatown, Boston: U.S. College Admissions vs. University Admissions Worldwide, New Year of the Horse
International School of Paris: What’s New in U.S. College Admissions? Paris, France, May, 2012
CIS, Lisbon, Portugal, College Culture: Beyond ranking and majors in college selection process, November, 2011
College Bd, Forum, NYC, College Culture: Beyond ranking and majors in college selection process, Oct., 2011
China Institute, Corporate Lecture, The Education Industry: China, New York City, January, 2011
College Bd. Forum, DC, Chinese-US college admissions, 2010
CIS, Monaco, US Colleges Impacted by Chinese English-Language Revolution, November, 2010
NACAC, Baltimore, The Chinese are Coming! Problems and Solutions for validating and evaluating mainland college applications, 2009
IELTS International Education Summit, Beijing, China, Presenter, College Admissions Trends in the USA, 2009.
ECIS: Nice, France, 2008, Digging for the Campus Cultures, How to Research
“What’s Out There in American Colleges.”
Beijing International School, China, “College Advice USA,” March, 2008
Western Academy, Beijing, China, “College Advice USA,” March, 2008
Memorial Sloan Kettering Doctors’ Association, NYC, “A Global Look at College Admissions Today,” January, 2008
ECIS: Madrid, Spain, 2007, “How to Get into Colleges & Universities in the USA.”
NACAC: Austin, TX, 2007, “Calling all Wannabee Authors: How to Publish College Admissions Books and Professional Articles.”
Paris International School, France, “Eight First Choices,” March 2007, 2006.
College Board National Forum: NYC, 2005
“Put Your Money Where Your Mouth is: International Students On Campus.”
College Board National Forum: Chicago, 2003
“Yes but, is it fair? College Admissions Today.”
ECIS: Berlin, 2002
“The Globalization of the College Selection Process”
Mediterranean Association of Independent Schools, Madrid, Spain, 2000
“Researching the Colleges and Universities of the U.S.,” U.S. Dept. of State
College Board National Forum: Orlando, FL, l999,
“College Admissions is Big Business in America.”
NACAC: Indianapolis, IN, l998,
“Early, Regular, and Late: College Admissions is Three Different Ballgames.”
NACAC: Minneapolis, MN, l996, U.S. News & World Report,
“Rating the Colleges: What’s the Harm?”
Who is this Kid? Colleges Want to Know! Writing Exercises for Winning Applications, 2020 Edition
8 First Choices: An Expert’s Strategies for Getting Into College, Third Edition, SuperCollege, 2017
The Chinese Guide to American Universities, Wenhui Publishers, Shanghai, 2014
The Korean Guide to American Universities, Korean language, November, 2013, Hyungseul Publishing, Seoul, ROK
The Guide to College Cultures: What’s My Match? in press, 2012
The Vietnamese Guide to American Colleges, Vietnam, in press, 2011
The Chinese Guide to American Colleges, Dogwood Publishing, March, 2010
The Indian Guide to American Colleges, Hay House, January, 2010
8 First Choices: An Expert’s Strategies for Getting Into College, SuperCollege,’09
Winning the Heart of the College Admissions Dean, 2001, 2005, Ten Speed Forty nonfiction books to include: Paris by Pastry, The Bible Express, NYC’s Celebrity Chefs, and more.
“U.S. College Scandal,” Hardwick Gazette, May, 2019.
“China’s U.S. College Market,” Hardwick Gazette, July, 2019.
“First Down to Stealing Home,” Connections, Spring, 2000.
“SATs Don’t Get You In,” Education Week, May 27, l998.
“Strategies for Getting Into College,” U.S. News & World Report, September 1, ’97.
“College Corner,” Hardwick Gazette, Vermont
“College Advice USA,” China Daily’s youth edition, 21st Century, Beijing
“American College Series,” Shenzhen Daily, China
China: Study Abroad expert, sina.com.cn
U.S. News & World Report School Counselor Advisory Group, 1995 – 2002
The College Board Review, editorial board, 2000 – 2005
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) 2012 – 2018