Chair, Transatlantic Internet/Multimedia Seminar Southeastern Europe (TIMSSE), Sciences Po, Paris
Colette Mazzucelli, MALD, PhD, FIBA, earned her bachelor of arts in history and philosophy, magna cum laude, from the University of Scranton, 1983 and her master of arts in law and diplomacy from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1987. As part of her graduate studies, she completed coursework on French politics and society and ethics and international affairs at the Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 1986-87. Mazzucelli continued her dissertation research related to France and Germany at L'Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, 1991 and subsequently earned her doctorate in government under the direction of Professor Karl Cerny at Georgetown University, 1996.
She is a fellow of the International Biographical Association in Cambridge, England and a biographee in Who's Who in America (Marquis, 2002).
Mazzucelli is the recipient of Swiss Universities, Pi Gamma Mu, Rotary Ambassadorial, IIE Fulbright, Jean Monnet Council, Robert Bosch Foundation, and European Commission awards. She is an alumna of the Salzburg Seminar, 1997, Schloss Leopoldskron, a fellow of the 21st Century Trust, 2001, Merton College, Oxford University and an alumna of the American Academy in Berlin, spring 2001, Hans Arnhold Villa.
At the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WWICS), Mazzucelli co-edited The Evolution of an International Actor: Western Europe's New Assertiveness (Westview, 1990). A participant in the Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program for Future American Leaders, she assisted with the ratification of the Treaty on European Union ("Maastricht") in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1992-93.
Mazzucelli was director, international programs, Budapest Institute for Graduate International and Diplomatic Studies, Budapest University of Economic Sciences, 1995-97. As director, fiscal affairs and strategic development, Transatlantic Information Exchange Service (TIES), she was closely involved in the establishment of the first transatlantic Web-based organization to promote civil society relationships, 1997-99. Mazzucelli was founding director, international peace and conflict resolution MA program, Arcadia University, 1998-2000.
She was senior research fellow, EastWest Institute, 2000-2001. From 2000-02, Mazzucelli worked in affiliation with the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, most recently as program officer, education, and NGO representative, United Nations. In 2002, she accepted an invitation to join the Scientific Council of the Rotary Center for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris.
Mazzucelli is the author of France and Germany at Maastricht Politics and Negotiations to Create the European Union (Garland, 1999, 2nd edition paperback). Her essay, "Education and the Freedom from Exclusion", appears in the June-August 2001 edition of the United Nations Chronicle. time management gamespc gameshidden objects gamesmahjongdownloadable gamesplatform gamesdownloadable pc gamesadventure gamesmanagement games
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