Anthony J. Nocella II

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"Nocella is working on his Ph.D. in Social Science at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. Nocella, a true interdisciplinary scholar, has an interest in security, conflict and peace studies, peace education, philosophy of education, criminology, disability studies, and environmental studies. He is also an associate with the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts. He holds an MA in Peacemaking and Conflict Studies and a graduate certificate in mediation from Fresno Pacific University, and an MS in Cultural Foundations of Education from Syracuse University with an Advanced Certificate in Women’s Studies. He has taught workshops in mediation and tactical analysis, and has assisted in a number of legal committees in the Americas. He has provided conflict management and negotiation workshops to NGOs, ROTC, U.S. military, law enforcement, as well as in prisons, juvenile halls, and middle and high schools in hopes of increasing the peace and providing skills to revert violent conflicts to nonviolent transformation. Has published more than 25 scholarly articles, he is working on his tenth book, and has co-founded four academic journals." [1]

"He is on more than a dozen NGO board of directors including Save the Kids and American Friends Service Committee."

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  1. Board, Central New York Peace Studies Consortium, accessed March 10, 2011.