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Ph.D. Statistics (2013)
North Dakota State University

MBA Master in Business Administration (2007)
North Dakota State University

M.S. Applied Mathematics-Actuarial Science (1996)
University of Illinois



Specializing In:

  • Applied Statistics
  • Actuarial Science

Courses Taught:

  • STAT 330:           Introductory Statistics
  • STAT 331:           Regression Analysis
  • STAT 367:           Probability
  • STAT 368:           Statistics
  • STAT 4/662:        Intro to Experimental Design
  • STAT 476:           Actuary Exam Study II
  • STAT 4/677:        Intro to Survival and Risk Analysis I
  • STAT 4/678:        Intro to Survival and Risk Analysis II
  • STAT 4/673:        Actuarial Statistical Risk Analysis
  • ENGR/IME 771:  Probabilistic and Deterministic Methods

Selected Publications:

Miljkovic, Tatjana and Nikita Barabanov (2014), "Modeling Veterans' Health Benefit Grants Using the EM Algorithm," Journal of Applied Statistics. (Accepted for publication on December 12, 2014. In Press.)

Miljkovic, Tatjana and Miljkovic, Dragan (2014), "Modeling Impact of Hurricane Damages on Income Distribution in the Coastal U.S.," International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. (Accepted for publication on September 18, 2014. In Press.)

Thein A. Maung, Cole R. Gustafson, David M. Saxowsky, John Nowatzki, Tatjana Miljkovic, David Ripplinger (2013), "The Logistics of Supplying Single Vs. Multi-crop Cellulosic Feedstocks to a Biorefinery in Southeast North Dakota," Applied Energy

Maung, Thein A., Gustafson, Cole R., Saxowsky, David M., Miljkovic, Tatjana and Nowatzki, John F. (2012), Market Information on Sourcing Cellulosic Feedstock for Biofuel Production in Northern Plains Region of the United States, Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology A 2, 10-23

Dr. Tatjana Miljkovic

Assistant Professor of Practice
221F Morrill Hall
Phone:  701.231.9788

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