FACULTY

Maja Miskovic

Professor of Research

Executive Director, Division of Research & Doctoral Programs

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Research Methodology - Loyola University; Chicago, IL.
  • M.Ed., Family Studies - Loyola University; Chicago, IL.
  • B.A., Psychology - University of Novi Sad: Novi Sad, Serbia

Academic and Professional Highlights

Publications

  • Miskovic, M., & Lyutykh, E. (2017). Teaching qualitative research online to leadership students: Between firm structure and free flow. The Qualitative Report, 22(10), 2704-2721. Available at: http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol22/iss10/12

  • Miskovic, M., & Lyutykh, E. (2017). In search of pedagogies for teaching qualitative research online: A Vygotskian approach. International Research in Higher Education, 2(3), 60-69.

  • Miskovic, M., & Curcic, S. (2016). Beyond inclusion: Reconsidering policies, curriculum, and pedagogy for Roma students. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 18(2), 1-14.

  • Angelaccio, D. S., & Miskovic, M. (2015). Adding fuel to the fire: Life and meaning of data in a principal’s world. Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education, 6(2) Article 1. Available at: http://digitalcommons.buffalostate.edu/jiae/vol6/iss2/1.

  • Gabel, S.L., & Miskovic, M. (2014). Discourse and the containment of disability in higher education: An institutional analysis. Disability and Society, 29(7), 1145-1158.

  • Curcic, S., Miskovic, M., Plaut, S., & Ceobanu, C. (2014). Inclusion, integration or perpetual exclusion? A critical examination of the Decade of Roma Inclusion (2005-2015). European Educational Research Journal, 13(3), 257-267.

Prior Positions

  • Associate/Assistant Professor - National-Louis University: National College of Education, Department of Educational Foundations & Inquiry. Chicago, Illinois (2005 – 2013)

  • Adjunct Professor - Loyola University Chicago: School of Education, Department of Leadership, Foundations & Counseling Psychology. (2003-2005)

Research

  • Research methodology
  • Qualitative research
  • Social and cultural context of identity construction
  • Doctoral studies
  • Online education