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Where Are They Now? Meet Alumna Gillian McMurray

We catch up with JCU Alumna Gillian McMurray. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Gillian, Class of 2017, graduated with a major in Communications.

Programming Towards Facebook: Francesco Collacciani

Francesco Collacciani is a JCU student and entrepreneur. His passion for programming led him to create two ventures: Luxury Manager and GPA Paper.

An Inclusive World Perspective: Political Science Major Katie Kehoe

A daughter of Portland, Oregon, 21-year-old Katie Kehoe majors in both Political Science and Italian Studies. She is the former president of the JCU Queer Alliance and current Vice President of Student Government. Katie also serves as treasurer for OLAS, and works as both Orientation Leader and Writing Center tutor.

Where Are They Now? Meet Alumna Challis Popkey

We catch up with JCU Alumna Challis Popkey. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Challis, Class of 2015, graduated with a major in Communications.

Re-branding the Writing Center

The Writing Center is John Cabot University’s resource for writers. Intended '"for all writers, of all levels," the Center offers one-hour sessions for students who are interested in improving their written work. Thanks to a collaboration with Professor Sabrina Schmidt’s Graphic Design and Advanced Graphic Design classes, the Writing Center is receiving a graphic makeover.

Music Against Violence: Student Karima 2G Performs for Amnesty International

JCU student and rapper Anna Maria Gehnyei, aka Karima 2G, recently wrote and performed lead vocals on “Roots,” a song recorded in collaboration with History and Amnesty International Italia, that aims to shed light on contemporary slavery.

Teaching as Human Interaction at its Best: Professor Adrian Stoian

Adrian Stoian is an Associate Professor of Economics at John Cabot University. He holds a B.A. in Finance and Banking from Babes Bolyai University, Romania (1997), an M.A. in Economics from Clemson University (2003), and a PhD in Economics from University of Arizona (2008).

Alumnus Leonardo Quattrucci Participates in World Economic Forum

Leonardo Quattrucci, John Cabot University Class of 2013, is the only young Italian participating in the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters from January 17-20, 2017.

From Page to Screen: Professor Dews’s Story Adapted into Short Film

Carlos Dews is a member of John Cabot University’s faculty since 2008. He is Chair of the JCU Department of English Language and Literature and Director of the JCU Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation.

John Cabot University Featured in The New York Times

John Cabot University was featured in the The New York Times on November 2, 2016 in an article about earning a bachelor's degree abroad

A Decade of Leadership: The Matthew Interviews President Pavoncello

This year John Cabot University is celebrating President Franco Pavoncello’s 10th anniversary. A series of events have been organized to honor his leadership. The Matthew sat down with President Pavoncello in the office for an interview

Italian Government Research Center Features JCU in Case Study on New Learning Spaces

The case study focuses on an experimental initiative that has evolved into Learn Do Share, a program promoted by the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship that matches real clients and real projects with students, who work as consultants to present a professional solution to a business need.

JCU Professor Antonella Salvatore Publishes Book On Retailing

JCU Professor Salvatore has just published her book Il Manuale del Retailing: strumenti e tecniche di gestione del business retail ("The Retail Manual: Tools and Techniques for Retail Management").

Meet Political Science Professor Pejman Abdolmohammadi

Professor Pejman Abdolmohammadi joined John Cabot's Political Science faculty in 2014 after teaching at a number of universities across Europe.

Imagining Portus: From Archaeological Data to Computer Graphics

On January 26, 2016, the Rome Society of the Archaeological Institute of America organized a public lecture on Portus, the imperial harbor of Ancient Rome.