Governance & Administration

Rector

Dr. Oleksandr O. Romanovskyi

D.Sc. in Economics, D.Sc. in Education / Pedagogy, Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Senior Researcher, Academician of the Higher School Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor

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Holder of the “Yaroslav the Wise” award (2000), lapel badges “Excellence in Education of Ukraine” (2000) and “For Scientific Achievements” (2009), Scrolls of Honor from the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (2000) and the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Science and Education (2001), the Joint Honor Award from the Ministries of Culture of Ukraine and Georgia “Bridges of Friendship. Ukraine – Georgia” (2005). Chevalier of national awards, the honorary title of “Honored Educator of Ukraine” (2002) and the Ukrainian Presidential award – the Order of Merit, 3rd class (2006), the Order of Merit, 2nd class (2018).

Academician-Secretary of the Higher School Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Associate Member of the International Personnel Academy.

Member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine, the International Trade Club in Ukraine, the official representative of the German-Ukrainian Society of Economics and Science in Ukraine.

In 1974 he graduated with an Honors Diploma from the Department of Automation and Computer Engineering of Kyiv Institute of Engineers of Civil Aviation. In 1979, defended his Ph.D. thesis and obtained a Ph.D. in Technical Sciences. In 2003, he defended his Doctoral Thesis in Pedagogy / Education and in 2014 – in Economics. Since 1991, Dr. Oleksandr O. Romanovskyi has been lecturing at universities and colleges in the UK (London, Birmingham, Wolverhampton), Germany (Munich, Heidelberg, Hannover), USA (Chicago, Madison, Washington, New York, Wauwatosa, Wheaton), China (Beijing, Tianjin, Huilin, Nanjing, Changsha, etc.).

Dr. Oleksandr Romanovskyi is the author of over 300 scholarly and educational works, including 19 monographs, textbooks, teaching aids. The topics include algebraic polynomial matrices, analysis and synthesis of electronic networks, introduction of computer technology in higher education, automation of production and management, administrative activity of enterprises and institutions, international higher education, innovation in education, business and education issues, entrepreneurship in higher education, theory and practice of entrepreneurial universities in the world and so on.

Vice-Rector

Prof. Yuliia Yu. Romanovska

Ph.D. in Philology, Professor

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Awarded the honorary title of “Honored Educator of Ukraine”, Certificates of Appreciation of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (2000) and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (2000), the Order of Princess Olha, 3rd class (2013), lapel badges of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine “Excellence in Education of Ukraine” (1995) and “Sofia Rusova” (2005). Has a Certificate of Gratitude from the Head of Kyiv City State Administration (2001). Member of the European branch of the World Union of Anglicists.

Graduated from the Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages in 1974 and then completed her postgraduate studies at the Kiev State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages. Since 1974, she has worked at the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor and the Head of the English Philology Department. During the period of 1993–1996 she was actively involved in the creation of a Ukrainian-American Institution of Higher Education and since 1997 she has been holding the position of Vice-Rector of the first in Ukraine Ukrainian-American Liberal Arts Institute “Wisconsin International University (USA) Ukraine” (part-time).

In 1988, she successfully completed an advanced training program in professional language competences development at Cambridge University (UK).

Author of over 115 scientific and educational publications, including 3 training complexes in English for beginners “Let’s Start”, 2 English course books and a teacher’s guide “The English language. Texts for reading and listening. Exercises on grammar (for high school students and university applicants)”, a study manual “Studying the World – Studying in English!”

Co-authored textbooks recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, namely “The experience of Higher Education of the United States at XX–XXI centuries. Book I. Humanitarian and entrepreneurial training of Americans” (2009) and “The experience of Higher education of the United States at XX–XXI centuries. Book 2. Distinguishing Features of the American Higher Education at the end of the XX – beginning of the XXI Centuries” (2010). She is also a co-author of the handbook “Perspectives on the History of the USA” together with Dr. John Johnson.

Provost for Academic Affairs

Prof. Liubov I. Kondratenko

Ph.D. in Education / Pedagogy, Associate Professor

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Doctor of Philosophy in Education / Pedagogy, Associate Professor.

Provost for Academic Affairs, Associate Professor at the Department of Information Technologies & Innovations.

In 1975, graduated from Kirovograd State Pedagogical Institute majoring in Ukrainian language and literature. Obtained the qualification “Teacher of Russian language and literature” from the same University in 1980. In 1988, successfully defended her research thesis and was awarded a Ph.D. in Pedagogy / Education (Candidate’s Degree in Pedagogical Sciences). Was granted the academic title of Associate Professor in 1992. In 1997, completed her Doctoral Dissertation at the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. In 1995 became Dean of the Psychological and Pedagogical Department of the Institute of Regional Management. Between 1997 and 2010 held a position of Director of the Association of Non-Stateowned Educational Institutions of Ukraine. Has been Associate Professor of the Ukrainian-American Concordia University (UACU) since 2010.

Awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the lapel badge of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine “Excellence in Education of Ukraine”, a medal “Sofia Rusova” of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Has a Certificate of Gratitude from the Head of Kyiv City State Administration.

Provost for Research

Prof. Olga O. Verkhoglyad

Ph.D. in Management and Administration, Professor

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Doctor of Philosophy in Management and Administration, Professor.

Provost for Research, Professor at the Department of General Studies.

Teaches Psychology, Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior.

Received her master’s degree at Dallas Theological Seminary (USA) and her Ph.D. degree at Texas A&M University in 2008. Her thesis, “The Development of an Improved Human Capital Index for Assessing and Forecasting National Capacity and Development” received two prestigious awards: Dissertation of the Year Award (EAHR Department, Texas A&M University) and Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award (Academy of Human Resource Development, USA). Has been Professor at the Ukrainian-American Concordia University since 2009.

Provost for International Relations, Development & Organization

Prof. Oleksandra O. Romanovska

Ph.D. in Education / Pedagogy, Associate Professor

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Doctor of Philosophy in Pedagogy / Education, Associate Professor.

Provost for International Relations, Development & Organization, Associate Professor at the Department of General Studies.

Graduated from the Kyiv State Linguistic University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and received the qualification of Teacher of English and German languages and literature in 1998. She defended her thesis titled “The foster family in UK as a social-educational environment for support the child’s personality” and was awarded a Ph.D. in Education in 2002 and the academic title of Associate Professor in 2005. Having started her career in 1998, worked as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor of the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Has been Associate Professor at the Ukrainian-American Concordia University since 2006 and held managerial positions, incl. Head of the International Department and Director of the Internship and Career Development Department at the Ukrainian-American Concordia University.

Author of 55 scientific and educational-methodological publications, co-author of two textbooks recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (“The experience of higher education of the United States at XX-XXI centuries. Book I. Humanitarian and entrepreneurial training of Americans”, 2009, and “The experience of higher education of the United States at XX-XXI centuries. Book 2. Distinguishing features of the American higher education at the end of the XX – beginning of the XXI centuries”, 2010).

Has a Certificate of Gratitude from the Head of Kyiv City State Administration.

Dean of the Faculty of Management and Business, Director of Distance Learning Center

Prof. Natalia M. Protsun

Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor

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Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Associate Professor.

Dean of the Faculty of Management and Business, Director of Distance Learning Center, Associate Professor at the Department of International Economic Relations, Business & Management.

Teaches Foundations of Diplomacy and Diplomatic Operation, Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette, Introduction to Business, International Business, Contemporary Problems in International Economics.

Graduated from the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, Department of Economics and Taxation (2006–2011). In 2011, was awarded a bachelor’s degree in International Economics (Honors Diploma). In 2011, obtained a master’s degree in International Economics from the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine (Honors Diploma).

Completed a post-graduated course (2011–2014) at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv; was affiliated to the Department of International Finance, Institute of International Relations.

Was granted a Ph.D. (Candidate’s Degree) in World Economy and International Economic Relations (08.00.02) from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2015); dissertation: “The influence of international financial capital on innovative development of developing countries”. From 2015 to date – Associate Professor at the Department of International Economic Relations, Business & Management of the Ukrainian-American Concordia University (UACU).

Head of  the International Economic Relations, Business & Management Department

Dr. Liubov V. Zharova

D.Sc. in Economics, Senior Researcher, Professor

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Doctor of Science in Economics, Senior Researcher

Head and Professor of the International Economic Relations, Business & Management Department.

Teaches Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, World Economics, Operational Management, Principles of Management, International Management.

Dr. L. Zharova graduated from Kyiv Polytechnic Institute with an Honors Diploma majoring in Organizational Management (Enterprise Management). She obtained a Ph.D. in Economics (“Productive Forces and Regional Economics”) in 2005 and was awarded the academic title of Senior Researcher in “Economics of Nature Management and Environmental Protection” in 2007. In 2013, she defended her doctoral research thesis “Macroeconomic regulation of environmental policy: theory, methodology, practice” and was awarded a Doctor of Science degree in Economics (“Economics of Nature Management and Environmental Protection”). Has a number of certificates upon completion of economics-related courses taught in English.

Author of over 150 scientific publications, including a monograph (http://nas.academia.edu/LiubovZharova).

Member of editorial boards of the scientific journal MIND (The University of Economics and Humanities in Bielsko-Biała, Poland), Economics and Management and Entrepreneurship (South-West University “Neofit Rilski” in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria), and Executive Editor of the international academic scholarly journal Business, Economics, Sustainable Development, Leadership and Innovation.

Dr. Zharova has worked with the State Fund for Fundamental Research of Ukraine, the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Ukraine.

Has been Professor at the Ukrainian-American Concordia University since 2017.

Head of the Department of General Studies

Prof. Halyna A. Bevzo

Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor

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Doctor of Philosophy in Philology, Associate Professor.

Head of the Department of General Studies, Director of the Preparatory Department, Associate Professor at the Department of General Studies.

Teaches Ukrainian as a Foreign Language, Business Ukrainian as a Foreign Language.

Graduated with an Honors Diploma in Philology (master’s degree) from the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University in 2012. Successfully completed a postgraduate course (2012–2015) at the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University.

Defended her dissertation titled “Sources of origin of ecological terminology in the English and Ukrainian languages” and obtained a Ph.D. (Candidate’s Degree) in Philology in 2018.

Head of the Department of Information Technologies & Innovations

Prof. Anastasiia V. Kinash

Ph.D. in Physics & Mathematics

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Doctor of Philosophy in Physics and Mathematics.

Head of the Department of Information Technologies & Innovations, Associate Professor at the Department of Information Technologies & Innovations.

Teaches Mathematics for Economists, Business Statistics.

Graduated from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv with an Honors Diploma and obtained the qualification “Master of Applied and Theoretical Statistics” (2013).

In 2013–2016 – Postgraduate education at Lviv Polytechnic National University.

In 2016 successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis “Dissipativity of the non-autonomous systems with Markov switching” and was awarded a Ph.D. (Candidate’s Degree) in Physics and Mathematics.

Since 2018 has been with the Ukrainian-American Concordia University (UACU).

The author of over 25 scolarly publications.

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