Stephen Capobianco is the assistant director of the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention at Binghamton University. He works to establish, support, and expand international and domestic partnerships in both government and non-governmental organizations for strengthening the Institute's research, publications, and experiential learning. Stephen also directs the Institute's work related to the Mechanisms for Atrocity Prevention Project, the undergraduate internship and graduate field placement programs, and public communications. He has spent the last several years working on international high-impact educational practices such as global learning and internships both at Cornell University and Binghamton University. In addition to his work at I-GMAP, he maintains a research agenda including projects related to multi-level structural analyses of identity-based discrimination and conflict, social policy, and community-driven solutions to complex transnational issues manifesting on the local level.