Features

Political Ethics in Contemporary Democracies – Professor Federigo Argentieri

Federigo Argentieri is Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs.

Creativity as a Way of Life: Marketing Major Laura Santoponte

A Marketing major and Communications minor at JCU, Laura Santoponte is an Orientation Leader and a student assistant in the Italian Admissions Office.

Alumnus Adam Samowitz Joins the Peace Corps

JCU alumnus Adam Samowitz recently began an assignment as a volunteer for the Peace Corps as a Health, Hygiene, and Water Sanitation Specialist in Vanuatu

Student Federico Giordani to Pursue M.Sc. in Financial Economics at Oxford

Federico Giordani is a graduating senior from Rome. He has been accepted to the University of Oxford for an M.Sc. in Financial Economics.

Alumna Ekaterina Soubeva Awarded ‘Mario Possati’ Memorial Fellowship

JCU Alumna Ekaterina Soubeva has recently been awarded a prestigious fellowship for John Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies.

Research for Justice: Alumna Margarita Biryukova

Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Margarita Biryukova graduated from John Cabot University in 2016 with a major in International Affairs.

A Break to Think: Philosophy Professor Brunella Antomarini

Brunella Antomarini, is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy at John Cabot University. She has a pluri-disciplinary formation in contemporary epistemology, aesthetics and philosophy, semiotics, theory of poetry, and anthropology.

English Major Marialaura Grandolfo Accepted to University of Oxford

Marialaura Grandolfo comes from Modugno, a town near Bari (Puglia, Italy). She is an English Literature major with a minor in Communications (Class of 2017). She has worked as a Writing Center tutor and as an assistant to Prof. Carlos Dews, managing the public relations of the Institute for Creative Writing, and co-organizing the upcoming conference "Carson McCullers in the World."

A Socially Engaged Curriculum – Professor Peter Sarram

Peter Sarram is Associate Professor of Communications at John Cabot University. Next year will be his 20th year teaching at JCU.

A Hand Up to the Underprivileged – Alumna Milena Rivolova

Born in the USA of Swiss and Czech parents, Milena Rivolova is a JCU alumna (Class of 2016) who grew up in Prague, Czech Republic.

A Degree Earned in Full: Communications Major Lydia Smith

Hailing from Sacramento, California, Lydia Smith is a graduating senior at John Cabot University. Majoring in Communications, with a minor in Creative Writing, she has been very active in campus life. She is the Vice President of Theatre Society, Managing Editor of 'The Matthew' newspaper, and Secretary of The Fashion Club.

Classics as the Heart of Everything: Professor Thomas Govero

Tom Govero has taught at the high school and college level for over twenty years. He has degrees from St. Louis University and the University of Colorado-Boulder. In addition, he was a Fulbright scholar at the American Academy in Rome. He has taught classics at John Cabot University since 2003.

The World as a Chessboard: Meet Student Daniela Movileanu

Meet International Affairs student, current Italian chess champion, and member of the Italian National chess team Daniela Movileanu.

Truth and Accountability: Journalist and Alumna Francesca Mirabile

Francesca Mirabile, class of 2015, is a JCU alumna from Locorotondo, Puglia. During her time at JCU, Francesca was Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of The Matthew and webmaster for the Women's Leadership Initiative. After earning her B.A., Francesca moved on to graduate from the prestigious Columbia University School of Journalism.

A Stand Against Gender Inequality: History Major Kiriko Mechanicus

Kiriko Mechanicus is a History major and Communications minor from Amsterdam, Netherlands. She is the President of the Women's Leadership Initiative (JCU's student organization promoting women's rights) and she is involved in the JCU Community Service Program.