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Christina D. Hatzipetros

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Role in Office

Christina Hatzipetros is Associate Director for Health & Safety and Communications and a member of the OIP leadership team. She manages OIP's programs in Asia, Middle East & North Africa, Oceania, Russia, Southeast Europe, domestic programs, as well as scholarships. Christina Hatzipetros is a member of the University Fellowships Committee, serving as campus representative for the David L. Boren NSEP and the Benjamin Gilman Scholarship programs and other national awards; she coordiantes the McGillycuddy-Logue Travel Grants, the Mizna Fellowships, and the Flood Family Travel grants and the Fung Scholars program at Boston College.


Christina holds a Dipl├┤me d'├ętudes approfondies (D.E.A.) in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IUHEI), University of Geneva, Switzerland and a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Massachusetts.

Administrative Experience

Prior to her appointment at Boston College in 2004, Hatzipetros interned at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Geneva. She has also held administrative positions with Education Development Center, Williams Communications and the University of Sofia.

Areas of Interest

Christina's professional interests include program development in non-traditional study abroad destinations; underrepresented groups; intercultural communication and cultural diplomacy; prestigious awards, need-based scholarships and grants. Hatzipetros works closely with Montserrat students.

You may contact Christina Hatzipetros via e-mail or at (617)552-3827.