|Dept:||Information Systems and Technology|
|Phone:||(309) 692-4092 x1241|
Attn: Maria Uskova
411 W. Northmoor Road
Peoria, IL 61614
|Any Course - by appointment (check the syllabus)||eLearning Office Hours||Su 1:00am–1:05am|
My name is Maria Uskova. I am originally Russian (as well as my whole family). My husband Dr. Vladimir Uskov is a professor of Computer Science at Bradley University. We have 2 children: - 31 years old Alex completed his PhD studies in Computer Science. He also works at Bradley University.
Our daughter Julia 29 years old completed MBA at Bradley. She works at Caterpillar and lives in Denver now.
I have my master degree in engineering. I was a PhD student in Computer Science. I worked in computer and publishing business (Russian-American joint ventures) in Russia for several years. We spent 1 year at Michigan State University, then 4 years at the University of Cincinnati. This is my fifteenth year at Midstate College.
Ph.D. Student (Computer Science), 1991Scientific Research Institute on Construction Science, Moscow, Russia
M.Sc., Bioengineering (with Honors), 1984Moscow Aviation University, Moscow, Russia
Midstate College (2000–present)Instructor
College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA (1999–2000)Visiting Professor, Math/Physics/Computing Technology Department
College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA (1997–1999)Instructor, Math/Physics/Computing Technology Department
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA (1995–1996)Visiting Researcher, Department of Public Relations and Sociology
ABB Uniturbo Ltd., Moscow, Russia (1994–1995)Special Assistant to General Manager
OPTIMA Joint (USA-Russia) Venture, Moscow, Russia (1993–1994)Sales Representative
INTERPERIODIKA Joint (USA-Russia) Venture, Moscow, Russia (1992–1993)Technical Editor
Scientific Research Institute on Construction Science, Moscow, Russia (1989–1992)Ph.D. Student (Computer Science) and Researcher
The ENERGY Aerospace Scientific and Production Company, Moscow, Russia (1984–1989)Engineer