Sevinj Iskandarova is a Ph.D. student at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, USA. She received her MS.Ed. in Adult Education/Human Resource Development from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, USA in May 2016. Her main research interests include Human-Computer Interface, Information Technology, International Education, Leadership, Learner-centered Education and Multicultural Education. In 2016, she was awarded a prize for Outstanding Thesis Award in Education, Social Sciences, and Humanities at the Graduate School, James Madison University. She has advanced experience on the educational system in Caucasus and Central Asia regions. She has presented at more than 30 international conferences, and seminars thought USA, Europe, and Asia.
I am a professor in the Adult Education/Human Resource Development (AHRD) Program in the Learning Technology and Leadership Education Department at James Madison University.
I have been on the faculty for over 26 years. My areas of interest are Diversity, Leadership and Adult Learning. My commitment to student learning is exemplified by my long-term involvement with community service-learning, having served as faculty liason and a Professor in Residence (PIR) for several inner city schools in Richmond, VA for over six years, I also served as the Director of the PIR Program for three years.
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