Beside professors that ILIRIA College engages to teach as a visiting professors appointed to teach by the nomination of CILS (which plays the role of intermediary), as well ILIRIA appointed a professors which teach their respective intensive courses for many years now at the Institution, as independ professors.
As well, ILIRIA College is in the process of negotiations with few and it’s open to appoint as visiting professors practically and educationally skilled individuals, who could carry to the students’ innovative additional knowledge of respective field of studies and make them familiarized with contemporary world methodologies of learning.
Independent visiting professors who have lectured in the ILIRIA College are:
Jaana Holvikivi is principal lecturer at the Helsinki Metropolia UAS, Finland. Her research interests include software education in cross-cultural context, educational development and cognitive science.
Her career has expanded to four continents when working within the United Nations system in various development projects.
She received the Ph.D. degree in information technology from the Helsinki University of Technology, Finland. Scientific Papers of Prof. Jaana available online can be found on: http://metropolia.academia.edu/JaanaHolvikivi.
Infrio, SA. Spain - Independent Visiting Professors
Tourtelot Bros. Inc., USA – Consultant
REFA Association for Work Process, Industrial Organization & Corp. Development, Germany - Lecturer and Coach
Henke GmbH, Germany – Consultant
GTZ, Germany - Lecturer
GTZ, Germany - Senior Economic Expert & Privatization Advisor to the Min. of Economic Development in Azerbaijan
University of Business & IT (UBT), Prishtina/Kosova - Lecturer
GTZ, Germany - Në Turkey: In Turkey: Sen. Economic Expert, lecturer and coach
Venetia Private Educational Institute, Vienna, Austria - Coach
Business Coaching Partners, Vienna, Austria - Coach
Academy of Commerce Klagenfurt, Austria - Coach and Lecturer
German Development Cooperation (GTZ) - In Turkey: Sen. Economic Expert
Bit Management Consulting Graz, Austria – Lecturer
Fachhochschule (College for Applied Sciences) Graz, Austria - Lecturer
Bit Management Consulting Graz, Austria - Lecturer
Bit Management Consulting Graz, Austria - Project Manager, Lecturer, Coach
Chamber of Commerce Prishtina/Kosova – Lecturer, Coach and Testing
Jane Nicholson is a life-long educator. She received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature (area: French, Spanish, and British realist novel) in 1985. During this part of her academic career (1984-1996), she co-directed a program in Women’s Studies for three years.
She was widowed in 1991 when her husband was murdered in a mass murder tragedy at the University of Iowa where he taught. Jane and Dwight attended Racine Horlick High School together and had been inseparable since they met in the tenth grade. They married in 1969 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. They subsequently lived in Berkeley, Boulder, and Iowa City.
Currently, Jane lives in Manitowish Waters, WI, and does violence prevention work primarily in the Chicago area. This work is consists of trainings in public schools, community organizations, and university courses. Jane spent January-June 2008, in Kosovo, immediately following that country’s declaration of independence. There, she taught Restorative Justice in the Law faculty of the Royal University in Prishtina and was named Rector of Education. She also established a program in peace circles for 7th and 8th graders in Gjilan, Kosovo that she designed and taught as a volunteer.
Having published her collection of personal essays (SOMEONE TRAVELING) that chronicles the first ten years following her husband’s murder, she is currently at work on a novel entitled, THE LAST PLACE, and several essays.
Thomas F. Feltes (1951) is University Professor in Criminology, Criminal Policy and Police Science at the Law Faculty, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. He teaches law students (capacity of the law faculty: 3.500 students) and is responsible since 2005 for a blended learning, advanced Masters Program in Criminology and Police Science with 70 students each year. Since 2007 he is a corporate professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
From 1992 until 2002 he served as the Head (Rector) of the University of Applied Police Science in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany with 1.300 police students and a faculty of 54 full-time professors.
Thomas Feltes earned his PhD in law and his M.A. in social sciences from the University of Bielefeld, Germany. He did criminological research and academic teaching at the law faculties at the Universities of Bielefeld, Hamburg, Heidelberg and Tübingen (1979-1992). He was a research fellow by the Canadian Government at the University of Montréal (1986/1987). In 1992, Feltes finished his "Habilitation" at the Law Faculty of the University of Tübingen, Germany. In 1993, he was a Visiting Professor at Eötvös-Lorand-University in Budapest by invitation of the Hungarian government.
Thomas Feltes has outstanding experience in international and national reorganization of police forces, criminal justice institutions, and public administration and in developing curricula for police training. He is a leading expert in Train the Trainer programs.
Thomas Feltes was member of a project group on Management of Criminal Justice Systems by the Council of Europe (1991-1995). Since 1995, he acts as a special expert for the Council of Europe, for the OSCE and the UN in different programs. He also acts as an adviser for Police Training in many European countries, but also worldwide. He worked and lectured e.g. in Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Hungary, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa.
He is a member of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), of the Steering Committee of ISPAC (International Scientific Prevention Advisory Council to the United Nations), of the American Society of Criminology (ASC), the European Society of Criminology (ESC) and the Police Futurists International (PFI). Since 2006 he is member of the Scientific Committee of the International Society of Criminology (SIC/ISC).
Thomas Feltes is the (co-)author and editor of 15 books and over 160 articles on juvenile law, sentencing, alternative sanctions, public prosecution, policing. He has recently finished empirical research on Police Work, on Community Crime Prevention, and on Management of Prosecution Systems in Germany. Ongoing empirical studies are on Domestic Violence, on Patrol Police Activities, on Juvenile Crime and "Incivilities" in Communities, and on Community Crime Prevention and Police Use of Force (together with about ten colleagues’ worldwide, see. He is the editor of volumes on police science and empirical police research in Germany (together with Hans-Juergen Kerner).
Thomas Feltes is listed in Marquis Who´s Who in the World. In 2000 he was honored by the Hungarian Government and received the official Millennium Medal for his activities in the cooperation between the Hungarian and German Police Forces. Thomas Feltes is the Editor of "Police Newsletter", a monthly e-mail-newsletter on Police information (in German language since 1998, in French and in English since January 2002).
Empirical Research: Victimization, fear of crime, everyday policing, juvenile delinquency, school violence, prevention of theft, prevention of car related crimes (international), police use of force, policing the streets of Europe, study success of migrants in Germany, etc.