Assistant professor Bojan Jorgić, PhD (1980) was born in Zagreb, Croatia. He defended a doctoral thesis entitled "The effects of a swimming and aquatic exercise program among children with cerebral palsy" in december 2014. He is currently employed at the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education of the University of Niš (FSPE) where he first started out as a researcher on two projects sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, and then became a teaching assistant for the courses Holistic Approaches to Adapted Physical Activity, Inclusive Physical Education and Theory and Methodology of Corrective Gymnastics. He is also the coordinator for academic mobility of the FSPE. He has published over 60 articles in the field of sport science. Since the founding of the Academic Swimming Club for People with Disabilities, Delfin from Niš (2009) he volunteered there as an instructor and coach and participated in several projects were supported by the local government. His postdoctoral work in the field of physical education of children with autism he completed at the University of Virginia, USA (mentored by professor Martin E. Block, PhD. in 2015). He is one of the founders of the Association of Adaptive Swimming of Serbia (2012) which has organized several international seminars. This association has, since its founding, cooperated successfully with the Paralympic Committee of Serbia. As a representative of this association, he chaired the one adaptive swimming project which was financed by NIS Gazprom Neft. He has taken part in two seminars of the AGITOS foundation of the International Paralympic Committee. From 2019 he became the first certificated Autism fitness instructor in East Europe.
- Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Education, Sport and Kinesitherapy
- Swimming instructor for Halliwick method