Graduate Faculty, New York University
Bosch Fellow in Public Policy - Class of Spring 2001
Colette Mazzucelli is on the graduate faculty of New York University. A BMW Foundation Responsible Leader and Pioneer Academics Research Mentor, she has taught courses since 2005 in conflict resolution, radicalization and religion, Europe in the twenty-first century, international relations in the post-Cold War era, and ethnic conflicts. Mazzucelli leads a research initiative on the ethics of data collection in the context of information and communications technologies in mass atrocities research and response. She is also Digital Learning Innovator, Professor (part-time), and Experiential Learning Administrator at LIU Global on Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus. Recently, Mazzucelli was named a Director (Academic) of the Global Listening Centre. Mazzucelli is responsible for developing, with James Felton Keith, “The Ethics of Personal Data Collection Series” for Anthem Press.