Nevio Šetić, Ph.D. - State Secretary for Elementary Education
Born on November 11, 1958 in Krmed, Istria County.
Married, wife Elena, two children.
Lives in Pula and in Zagreb.
2003 Doctoral degree from the University of Zadar, thesis titled "Naša Sloga" (1870 - 1915) as a source for studying the connection of Istria with the rest of the Croatian national territory in the course of national integration
1981 bachelor's degree in history and Italian language from the University of Split, Faculty of Philosophy in Zadar.
Elementary education in Rovinj, high school education in Pula.
2004 State Secretary at the Ministry of Science, Education and Sport.
1998 - 2004 a representative in the Croatian Parliament.
1993 - 1998 Assistant advisor to the president of the Republic of Croatia, dr. Franjo Tuđman for internal affairs.
1987 - 1993 Research assistant in the Institute of historical and social sciences of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Rijeka office, Pula branch.
1985 - 1988 a curator in the Pula Museum of the National Revolution in Istria, Croatian National Revival Section.
1981 - 1985 history teacher in the Barban elementary school, and in high school in Pula.
Testimonial of the Homeland War, Homeland Gratitude Testimonial, Order of the Croatian Trefoil, and the Order of Danica Hrvatska with the figure of Marko Marulić.
Publications and memberships
Published over 150 research and popular science articles, five contributions and five books.
Member of Matica hrvatska (Central Croatian Cultural and Publishing Society).