Events News

Professor Argentieri Speaks on Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact

Professor of Political Science and Director of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Federigo Argentieri will be among the speakers at a two-day international conference titled "L'Italia e il Patto Molotov-Ribbentrop, 1939-1941".

JCU Welcomes Summer I Students!

The John Cabot University community is pleased to welcome incoming visiting students for Summer Session I. Over 370 students, both degree-seeking and study abroad, are taking courses in Rome during Summer I.

40th Anniversary’s Commencement Largest in JCU History

On May 14th, John Cabot University held the 40th Commencement exercises in its history, celebrating the Class of 2012 at the wonderful Villa Aurelia, home of the American Academy in Rome and located on the city's Janiculum Hill, overlooking Rome's historic center and the Trastevere neighborhood.

JCU’s Frohring Library Presents JCU Authors 2012 Exhibit

John Cabot University is delighted to present the JCU Authors 2012 exhibit, currently being held until May 27th in the Frohring Library reference room.

Habemus Valedictorian: Congratulations to Sofia Barry!

John Cabot University's Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Mary Merva is pleased to announce the Valedictorian for the Class of 2012 - Sofia Barry. Sofia is graduating summa cum laude with a Major in International Affairs and Minors in Economics and History.

IFE Presents “Hosting the Olympic Games: Blessing or Curse?”

Lawrence Bartolomucci, who teaches economics at JCU, and Entrepreneurship Institute Director Silvia Pulino welcomed a group of over 30 Rotterdam University students, as well as several members of the JCU community for a topical and informative lecture on the costs and benefits associated with hosting the Olympic Games.

JCU Students Hosted by IFAD

John Cabot University students enrolled in Professor Margaret Kneller's natural science classes were hosted at the International Fund for Agricultural Development's headquarters for a briefing session dedicated to understanding topics that will be on the Rio+20 Summit agenda.

JCU Student Government Hosts International Student Leadership Conference

From Thursday April 12th to Sunday April 15th, John Cabot University's Student Government will host the 3rd Annual International Student Leadership Conference (ISLC), bringing together Student Government organizations from American and English-speaking Universities from across the globe.

UFWH Aims to Make Fighting Hunger a Core Value of JCU

Universities Fighting World Hunger was founded at John Cabot University in the Spring 2010 semester by students Valentina Barzotti and Mary Rideout, with the collaboration of Professor Alessandro Signorini and staff member Corrine Sabbatucci.

Student Government to Host International Student Leadership Conference

The John Cabot University Student Government is pleased to host the 3rd Annual International Student Leadership Conference (ISLC), bringing together Student Government organizations from American and English-speaking Universities from across the globe. This year's theme is "Creating Community for a Better Future."

John Cabot University Celebrates Fortieth Anniversary This Year!

2012 is a very important year for John Cabot as it marks our 40th anniversary.

The Risorgimento and Italian Unification in Global Perspective

On September 23-24, John Cabot University hosted an international conference entitled "The Risorgimento and Italian Unification in Global Perspective.

JCU to Host Distinguished Literary Theorist Terry Eagleton

John Cabot University to Host Distinguished Literary Theorist Terry Eagleton on October 24th

New York Times Praises Professor Aaron Carpenè’s Conducting

New York Times Praises Professor Aaron Carpenè's Conducting of "Acis and Galatea" at Macao International Music Festival

JCU Press Publishes Latest Volume of InVerse: Italian Poets in Translation

JCU Press Publishes Latest Volume of "InVerse: Italian Poets in Translation"