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Colette Mazzucelli

NYU New York, LIU Global, and Pioneer Academics

Colette Mazzucelli teaches global civil society, international relations in the post-Cold War era, ethnic conflicts, and EUrope in the 21st Century on graduate faculty at New York University. She is also Graduate Faculty Adviser, Fulbright Scholarship and White House Internship Programs. Professor Mazzucelli is a recipient of the NYU SPS Excellence in Teaching Award 2013. Her courses have been profiled by the Council on Foreign Relations in Foreign Affairs as well as the CFR Educators Bulletin. Her biography appears in Marquis Who’s Who in the World 2014. Professor Mazzucelli was invited to develop a technology session in Canada’s first training program in the prevention of mass atrocities and genocide by the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, Concordia University. She has spoken on panels commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Élysée Treaty of Friendship between France and Germany (1963-2013) by the French and German Embassies in Washington and the French and German Consulates General in Boston. Professor Mazzucelli is a reviewer for the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS), the leading journal in the field of European integration. She is the author as well as editor, with Dr. Ronald J. Bee, of an eVolume, Mapping Transatlantic Futures, at the invitation of the Bosch Foundation to celebrate 30 years of transatlantic fellowship. Professor Mazzucelli has an extensive background in technology-mediated learning. She is a former Director, International Programs, at the Budapest Institute for Graduate International and Diplomatic Studies at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences. Professor Mazzucelli was responsible to direct and teach the first distance learning seminar for the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) Paris analyzing conflict in the former Yugoslavia. A former Bosch Foundation Fellow, she assisted with the ratification of the Treaty on European Union ("Maastricht") in the Federal Republic of Germany.

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