JOB TITLE & SCHOOL / DEPARTMENT
Department Head / Management Department, School of Business Economics and Management
Prof. Ana Tomovska - Misoska, PhD has been a lecturer at UACS since 2009. She became the Management Department Head at the School of Business Economics and Management in 2012. Ms. Tomovska – Misoska teaches at both undergraduate and graduate programs at UACS. So far, she has been engaged for courses such as Psychology, Consumer Behavior, Staff Training and Development, Recruitment and Selection, Human Resource Management and thus like. Ms. Ana Tomovska-Misoska is also actively engaged with the Center for Organizational Effectiveness at UACS.
2008 PhD, School of Education, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Thesis title: ‘Children, social context and the contact hypothesis: Comparative ethnographic case studies of 10-11 year old children in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Macedonia’
2003 BA in Psychology, University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius" Skopje, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for Psychology, Republic of Macedonia
EXPERTISE & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Human Resources Management
RESEARCH PORTFOLIO & PUBLICATIONS
Tomovska - Misoska, A. (2010) Children, social context and the contact hypothesis: Comparative ethnographic case studies of 10-11 year old children in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Macedonia. Saarbrucken: Verlag Dr. Muller.
BOOK CHAPTERS AND JOURNAL ARTICLES
Tomovska, A. (2011) Improving intergroup relations through education in Republic of Macedonia: Lessons from 10-11 year old children in P. Calogiannakis, K.G. Karras and C.C. Wolhiter (eds) Education in South-Eastern Europe. The Platinum Press.
Tomovska, A. (2010) Contact as a tool for peace education? Reconsidering the contact hypothesis from the children's perspectives, Journal of Peace Education, 7(2), pp. 121-138, DOI: 10.1080/17400201.2010.498993.
Tomovska, A. (2009) Social context and the contact hypothesis: Perceptions and experiences of a contact programme for 10-11 year old children in the Republic of Macedonia. In C. McGlynn, M. Zembylas, Z.Bekerman and T. Gallagher (Eds.) Peace education in conflict and post-conflict societies: Comparative perspectives.Palgrave Macmillan.
Petroska-Beska, V., Najcevska, M, Kenig, N., Ballazhi, S. & Tomovska, A., (2009). Multiculturalism and inter-ethnic relations in education. Skopje: UNICEF Country Office.
Georievska, E. and Tomovska, A. (2004) Value of mind: Analysis of traditional folk stories. Skopje: Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution.
Tomovska, A. (2011) Book Review for Peace education: Exploring ethical and philosophical foundations (J. Page), Journal of Peace Education, 8 (1) , 81-82. DOI: 10.1080/17400201.2011.552266
Tomovska, A. (2009) Book review for Marginality and difference in education and beyond (M. Reiss, R. DePalma & E. Atkinson), British Journal of Educational Studies. 57 (4), pp. 445-446.
Tomovska, A. (2007) Book Review for Devolution and pluralism in education in Northern Ireland (C. Donnelly, P. McKeown & B.Osborne), Compare: A journal of comparative education. 37 (3), pp. 404-405.
Tomovska A. (2010) Children's identity and peace education efforts in contested spaces in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Macedonia, World Council of Comparative Education Studies Conference in Istanbul, Istanbul, 14-18 June.
Tomovska, A. (2008) Contact as a tool for peace education? Reconsidering the contact hypothesis from the children's perspectives. A paper presented to the Peace Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, New York, 24-28 March. Peer reviewed conference.
Tomovska, A. (2007) Perceptions and experiences of a contact programme for 10-11 year old children in Republic of Macedonia. A paper presented to World Council of Comparative Education Studies Conference in Sarajevo, 3-7 September.
Tomovska, A. (2007) Giving children space to express their experiences and perceptions of school contact programmes in conflict affected societies. A paper presented at the School of Education University of Leicester Fourth Postgraduate International Student Conference in Leicester. 21 June.
Tomovska A. (2006) Contact schemes and intercultural education in conflict affected societies. A paper presented to the British Association for International and Comparative Education Biannual Conference in Belfast, 8-10 September.
TRAINING SESSIONS ATTENDED (MOST RELEVANT)
Warsaw Poland, European Entrepreneurship Colloquium, European Foundation for Entrepreneurship Research.
Skopje Macedonia, workshop on Organizational Culture, Macedonian Human Resource Organization.
Skopje Macedonia, lecture by Isak Adizes PhD., “How to predict success in any organization.
Skopje Macedonia, AGEH seminar in Community Mediation.
Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina, CNA training seminar in Nonviolent Conflict resolution.
Novi Sad Serbia and Montenegro, CLIPSEE Consultation Body of the students of ex-Yugoslavia.
Brashov Romania, CCSDD and Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center training program for community leaders.
Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina, Shüler Helfen Leben and Community Arts Berlin training seminar in project development and community organizing.
Blagoevgrad Bulgaria, Shüler Helfen Leben and Community Arts Berlin seminar in conflict resolution, multiethnic cooperation and identity building
2000 and 2001
Skopje Macedonia, Balkan Peace Studies Center training seminar in communication, community building, conflict resolution skills and facilitation skills for experiential workshop.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICES
British Association of International Comparative Education (BAICE
International Peace Research Association (IPRA
Macedonian HR Association (MHRA
CONTACT INFORMATION & USEFUL LINKS
Prof. Ana Tomovska-Misoska
Management Department Head
University American College Skopje
st. Treta makedonska brigada br. 60
1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Phone: +389 2 2463 156
Fax: +389 2 2463 159