Colette Grace Celia Mazzucelli (born November 26, 1962 in Brooklyn, Kings County) is an American academic, author and activist for world peace. She is Full Professor (Part-Time) at New York University, Digital Learning Innovator at LIU Global and Research Mentor at Pioneer Academics. She is the author or editor of five books analysing European integration and transatlantic security policy as well as numerous journal articles.

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  • Colette Grace Celia Mazzucelli (born November 26, 1962 in Brooklyn, Kings County) is an American academic, author and activist for world peace. She is Full Professor (Part-Time) at New York University, Digital Learning Innovator at LIU Global and Research Mentor at Pioneer Academics. Most of Mazzucelli's work revolves around international relations and world politics. As the recipient of a Bosch Fellowship, she was assigned to the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Federal Ministry of Economics in Bonn to assist with the ratification of the Treaty on European Union (“Maastricht”) in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1992-93. She has also done considerable research and work in the field of genocide prevention. From 2010 - 2015, she was a volunteer on the Standby Task Force, engaged in crisis mapping on the Ushahidi platform, the Libya Crisis Map. In spring 2013, she developed a technology session for the world’s first professional training program for the prevention of mass atrocities and genocide in the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies at Concordia University. Throughout her career, Mazzucelli has supported and implemented technology-mediated learning. She directed and taught the first transatlantic multimedia seminar for the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) analyzing conflict in the former Yugoslavia. In 2014, she joined the Pioneer Academics Global Research Program through which she has mentored students in high schools across China, Taiwan, South Korea, and Afghanistan. At LIU Global, Mazzucelli was appointed by Dean Jeffrey Belnap to an administrative role as Digital Learning Innovator to design the "glocal" Paris and Rome academic experiences as part of the only program in the world to integrate a series of yearlong cultural immersions into a four-year Bachelor of Arts degree. She is the author or editor of five books analysing European integration and transatlantic security policy as well as numerous journal articles. (en)
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  • Colette Grace Celia Mazzucelli (born November 26, 1962 in Brooklyn, Kings County) is an American academic, author and activist for world peace. She is Full Professor (Part-Time) at New York University, Digital Learning Innovator at LIU Global and Research Mentor at Pioneer Academics. She is the author or editor of five books analysing European integration and transatlantic security policy as well as numerous journal articles. (en)
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