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Mimoza Polloshka, Ph.D.

Mimoza PolloshkaRIT Kosovo (A.U.K) Faculty

Phone: +381 38 608 608 Ext.551

email mpolloshka[at]auk.org 

Office hours:
M/W/T/Th: 11.15-12.15
or by appointment.

Mimoza joined RIT Kosovo (A.U.K) in November 2003, and since then she taught several courses of Mathematics, including College Math, Interdisciplinary Math I, Interdisciplinary Math II, Discrete Mathematics and Introduction to Proofs. She was also involved in the Preparatory program of RIT Kosovo (A.U.K) where she was responsible for the Math component program. In the period September 2009-September 2012, she was the Head of Math Unit at RIT Kosovo (A.U.K). Mimoza also taught several other courses in a variety of settings, including Analytical Geometry, Theory of Probability, and Numerical Linear Algebra at the Department of Mathematics, at the University of Prishtina.

Mimoza received her PhD from University of Tirana, Albania, Faculty of Natural Science, with a dissertation on “Some classes of permutable semigroups”. She holds a Master’s degree in Algebra and Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, from the University of Prishtina. In the period March-May 2013, Mimoza was a visiting scholar at the Math Department of Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, USA.

Apart from her career in teaching, Mimoza also has the experience as a program coordinator for Malteser, German NGO (2000-2006), where she managed different projects covering mainly women issues, with many international partners including UNHCR, Erzbistum Cologne and German Government through Stability Pact.

From October 2015, Mimoza is the Coordinator of the RIT Kosovo (A.U.K) Faculty Development Center, and since that period, she implemented several projects for the Center in cooperation with RITK faculty donor partners, as: US Embassy-University Support Program, AMICAL Small Grants.

Her areas of interest are research in the field of Algebra, application of mathematics in different fields of life, improving the quality of teaching of Mathematics, women issues and finding ways to attract more women in sciences and Math.

 


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