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BCFN Foundation Presents Food and Sustainability Media Award

Dr. Elena Cadel, Consultant and Researcher at the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation (BCFN Foundation) presented the Food and Sustainability Media Award.

Carlo Boccadoro Presents “The Spider’s Web: Bach’s Influence on Contemporary Music”

The Department of History and Humanities hosted music composer and conductor Carlo Boccadoro for “The Spider's Web: Bach's Influence on Contemporary Music.”

Boston Consulting Group Presents “Future Makers” at JCU

The John Cabot University Institute for Entrepreneurship is pleased to welcome the Boston Consulting Group for a presentation of "Future Makers" at JCU.

“Beyond Humanism” Conference: Call for Papers

The 9th Beyond Humanism Conference will take place at John Cabot University in Rome July 19-22, 2017.

JCU Service Learning Host Workshop on Project Management for Non-Profit Organizations

JCU Service Learning - Combining Fieldwork and Education welcomed Alessio Di Carlo, Development Project Trainer and Vice-President at CooperAction.

JCU Ethiopian Film Festival Presents Lamb by Yared Zeleke

The Department of Communications and the Guarini Institute presented the second film of the Ethiopian Film Festival, Lamb by Yared Zeleke.

Dreamers Communication to Host Workshop at Geico Taikisha

John Cabot University’s Center for Career Services & Continuing Education is proud to present “Business Communication Workshop,” a two-day seminar offered by Dreamers Communication.

JCU Ethiopian Film Festival Kicks Off with “Crumbs” by Miguel Llansò

John Cabot University’s Department of Communications in collaboration with the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs screened the first film of “The Ethiopian Film Festival,” Crumbs by Miguel Llansó.

Professor Stefan Sorgner Publishes Four Essays in Transhumanism Collection

Professor Stefan Sorgner, a member of JCU’s faculty since 2016, is one of the world’s leading leading post- and transhumanist philosophers.

Creative Writing Institute Presents: A Reading by Patrick Williamson

On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, the Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation welcomed British poet and translator Patrick Williamson.

Guarini Institute Presents “Trump and Asia: from Competition to Confrontation”

On Wednesday, February 22, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted a panel discussion on “Trump and Asia: from Competition to Confrontation.”

What Skills Do Women Need to Change the World? An Interview with Professor Favorite

On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8, Professor Michèle Favorite was interviewed by popular Italian magazine D Repubblica.

Celebrating Student Creativity: 8th Edition of Italy Reads Student Video Contest

Italy Reads is John Cabot’s community-based reading and cultural exchange program and it is currently in its 8th year with up to 65 high schools involved.

Richard Bellamy Discusses “Rethinking Political Legitimacy in the EU”

On Tuesday, February 14, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs was pleased to host Richard Bellamy, Professor of Political Science at University College London (UCL), as he discussed “Rethinking Political Legitimacy in the EU - The Demoi-cratic Disconnect”, the topic of his upcoming book The Democratic Prince.

Fighting for Gender Equality: JCU Hosts Panel Discussion and Workshop

JCU’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) in collaboration with the Business Club and Student Government hosted a panel discussion and a follow up workshop about the gender gap.

Call for Participation: “Fear and Loathing of the Online Self” Conference

Organized by John Cabot University and Università degli Studi RomaTre in Rome, in collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, this conference aims at exploring the state of the online self by raising questions about its status as a focal point of contemporary power/networks.

The Institute for Entrepreneurship Hosts Startup Weekend Roma

This edition of Startup Weekend Rome was organized by entrepreneurs Luigi Fidelio, Guido Giordano, Federico Ronca and Antonio Romano, in collaboration with Professor Silvia Pulino and Joanne Bergamin from JCU.

Dimentica.me: a New Web Reputation Service Against Online Libel

Three alumni of the Continuing Education Course in International Management of Enterprises at John Cabot University, Alessandra Mazzuca, Edoardo Piscitelli, and Fabrizio Forleo, recently launched Dimentica.me.

“Non Essere Cattivo” by Claudio Caligari – A JCU Screening

Non Essere Cattivo is Claudio Caligari’s third movie, after Amore Tossico (1983) and L’Odore Della Notte (1998). Non Essere Cattivo is set in 1995, the year synthetic drugs were first introduced in Italy.

Professor Federigo Argentieri Publishes Article in “La Lettura”

On Sunday, February 12, 2017, Professor Federigo Argentieri published an article in Corriere della Sera's weekly supplement "La Lettura."