At the invitation of Dr. Ahmad M. Hasnah, President, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, a Member of the Qatar Foundation, Education City, Doha, MAIR Professor Colette Mazzucelli joined distinguished colleagues in a Roundtable hosted in cooperation with Dr. Allan Goodman, President, Institute of International Education, at IIE to discuss themes focusing on "Educate to Eradicate The Role of Education in Tackling Violent Extremism." Among the Roundtable participants, H.E. Mr. Miguel Angel Moratinos, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), Mr. Ali Soufan, Chief Executive Officer of The Soufan Group and Founder of The Soufan Center, Dr. Eric Rosand, Director, The Prevention Project: Organizing Against Violent Extremism, Ms. Michele Coninsx, Assistant Secretary-General & Executive Director Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate (CTED), United Nations, H.E. Ambassador Emilio Cassinello, Director General, The Toledo International Center for Peace CITpax, Dr. John Sexton, President Emeritus, New York University, and Dr. Raffi Gregorian, Director and Deputy to the Under-Secretary-General, United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT), provided remarks to spark exchanges concerning the root causes of violent extremism, the role of higher education institutes, digital media, and communication in countering violent extremism as well as practical steps for academic entities to take looking ahead. The Roundtable provided the occasion for Professor Mazzucelli to catch up after many years with Dr. Goodman, Executive Dean Emeritus, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, and President Emeritus Sexton whose research interests relate to the MAIR seminars Professor Mazzucelli is responsible to teach. The Roundtable also offered the opportunity for various US faculty members engaged in the P2P (Peer to Peer) educational initiative to reunite with EdVenture Partners Founder and CEO, Mr. Tony Sgro. NYU participated in the P2P initiative over four (4) consecutive semesters leading to the University's representation of the United States by the NYU P2P Team, comprising MAIR alumnae Soraya Hamdan, Irene Tello Arista, and Zainab Zaheer, at the Facebook P2P Global Showcase during the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 2016.