Nenad Porobic, MSEE

Nenad was born in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He has lived in Zadar, Croatia; Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina; and Belgrade, Serbia. He participated in a World Learning exchange program in 1995 and then completed bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering at the University of Arkansas. In 2006, he returned to Belgrade, where he has worked with the Center for Nonviolent Action, a regional peacebuilding organization, and Four Faces of Omarska, a research, production, and performance group. He is a member of the informal collective “NO to Rehabilitation!” and a contributor to the web portal Mašina. Nenad assists in administering the program, accompanies students on excursions, and supports the program in Belgrade.

Education

  • MSEE, University of Arkansas
  • BSEE, University of Arkansas
Nenad Porobic, MSEE

SIT Study Abroad

Program Coordinator

SERBIA, BOSNIA, and KOSOVO: Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans

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SIT Graduate Institute

Academic Director

Graduate Certificate in Peace & Conflict Studies

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