Prof. Dana Dina Kolevska

Full Professor


Prof. Dana Dina Kolevska graduated at the Faculty of Forestry in Skopje in 1984. She obtained her MSc degree in Forestry sciences in 1989 at the Faculty of Forestry in Belgrade, entitled: “Analysis and development of Black pine stands rised through seedlings of different nursery production with special emphasis on the root system condition“. In 1996 she was awarded PhD degree in Forestry sciences at the Faculty of Forestry in Skopje for her thesis entitled: “Impact of planting material and soil conditions on the development of the root system of black pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) in conditions of Macedonia“.

She was employed in 1986 as teaching assistant of the subject of “Forest cultures, seed science and forest nurseries”. After her MSc graduation in 1989, she was promoted to assistant, and after her PhD graduation in 1996 she was awarded the title of assistant professor. In 2001 she was awarded the title of associate professor and in 2006 she became full professor.

Today she is full professor, lecturing on the following subjects: “Forest cultures”; “Reforestation”; “Production of ornamental plants”; and „Floristic arranging“ (undergraduate studies) and “Raising forest cultures 2”;  “Forest seed science and nursery production 2 and introduction to statistical data processing”; “Raising of forest cultures for special purposes 2”; “Reforestation of barren and erosive lands”; “Production of ornamental woody plants”  and “Production of ornamental greenish plants” (on the postgraduate level of studies).