The Frederick S. Pardee College of World Research at Boston College is happy to welcome three new incoming school members — Jonathan Greenacre, Assistant Professor of Worldwide Relations; Andrei Mamolea, Assistant Professor of Worldwide Relations; and Mark C. Storella, Professor of the Follow of Diplomacy.
Jonathan Greenacre is a scholar and lawyer. Earlier than academia, he practiced regulation in a business regulation agency. He has supplied authorized and regulatory recommendation to the United Nations, Worldwide Financial Fund, World Bank, and central banks in Africa and the Pacific. He focuses on growing new regulatory frameworks for the digital revolution, significantly fintech cost methods/cryptocurrencies, synthetic intelligence, transportation, and the web of issues. Greenacre will be part of the Pardee College school in January of 2021.
“I am honored and delighted to join BU’s Pardee School,” stated Greenacre. “I look forward to engaging with world-class Pardee students and faculty on important technological changes sweeping the globe. Collectively we can help drive positive technological change across the world.”
Andrei Mamolea is a historian of worldwide regulation and politics, specializing within the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His analysis challenges the widespread notion that the USA was the driving drive behind the event of worldwide regulation throughout the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, shifting consideration to the uncared for however vital function of Latin America and East-Central Europe. He’s presently engaged on two e book tasks that draw on intensive analysis in archives throughout the Americas and Europe.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Pardee School and its diverse community of students and scholars,” stated Mamolea. “I especially look forward to offering a range of courses that will examine the politics and history as well as the theory and practice of international law. My aim will be to make this important subject, normally reserved for postgraduate study in the U.S., accessible to BU’s undergraduate students. A good comprehensive grasp of international law, including its limits and unrealized possibilities, is essential to understanding international politics, addressing urgent problems, and making the world a better place. I genuinely look forward to introducing Pardee students to the subject of international law.”
Ambassador (ret.) Mark C. Storella was a U.S. International Service Officer for over three many years serving as Ambassador to Zambia, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inhabitants, Refugees, and Migration, and Dean of the Management and Administration College of the International Service Institute. Ambassador Storella is the recipient of the Presidential Rank Award, the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention’s Excellence in Service Award, the Thomas Jefferson Award offered by American Residents Overseas, and a number of other Division of State superior and meritorious honor awards.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Pardee School’s first-rate faculty and diverse student body,” stated Storella. “My three many years of diplomatic service, which included time as an envoy and a Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, have satisfied me that artistic diplomacy is crucial to sort out 21st century international challenges, from migration to well being to local weather to battle prevention. I hope to encourage BU’s succesful college students to pursue public service and, it doesn’t matter what their profession paths, to make use of the artwork of diplomacy to for the widespread good.”
Adil Najam, Dean of the Pardee College, provided a heat welcome to the incoming school and expressed pleasure for the experience they’ll carry to reinforce the college’s educational choices. “I am delighted to welcome our new faculty members to the Pardee School and Boston University community. Our new distinguished colleagues come to us with various disciplinary experiences, each bringing unique perspectives that will enhance our teaching and research efforts. I look forward to working with Professors Greenacre, Mamolea, and Storella in bolstering the Pardee School’s strategic goals and mission of advancing human progress.”