- Additional Positions at AU
- School of International Service
- PhD International Relations, American University, School of International Service
MOD Master of Organization Development, Bowling Green State University
BA International Studies, Texas Christian University
- Languages Spoken
- French, some Russian, Spanish
- Favorite Spot on Campus
- The garden area behind the library
Marcelline Babicz is a scholar-practitioner specializing in foreign policy, national security, international organization change, and culture. Her research interests include the role of religion in foreign policy; national security and foreign policy decision making; organization change, the role of culture in organizational decision making, and international and multicultural organization effectiveness.
As a consultant, manager, or senior executive, she has been instrumental in the success of numerous change efforts both in the US and overseas. A sampling of her client list includes US government agencies, US Embassies in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, Qatar University, Eli Lilly (UK), and a Malaysian government/private gas production joint venture.
Dr. Babicz is also an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California and Georgetown University. She is a member of the International Studies Association and serves as the Communications Chair for the Religion and International Relations section.
SPEX-610 Intercultural Comm for Prof
SISU-230 Analysis of US Foreign Policy
“Moral Argument as a Contending Force: The Role of Religion as Competitor to National Security,” accepted for the International Studies Association Annual Convention (April 2021).
“Scaling Online Learning with Innovative Pedagogy: Designing A Master Course to Develop Globally Competent HR Specialists,” presented at the Association for Educational Communications & Technology International Convention (November 2020).
“Religious Transnational Actors: Just another Transnational Advocacy Network?” presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention (March 2014).