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Rwanda, 18 years later

On Saturday, April 14th, the association Bene Rwanda organized a conference entitled "Shared Memory" to commemorate the eighteenth anniversary of the Rwandan genocide.

Book Giornalisti di Regime Praised by Il Corriere della Sera

Pierluigi Allotti, who teaches communications at JCU, recently published Giornalisti di regime. La stampa italiana tra fascismo e antifascismo (Journalists of the Regime. The Italian Press Between Fascism and Antifascism) 1922-1948, Carocci, Rome.

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.

Proceedings of JCU Conference on Antipope Clement III Now Online

The proceedings of the Conference: Framing Clement III, (Anti)Pope, 1080-1100, held at John Cabot University in April, 2011, are now on line in the e-journal Reti medievali rivista.

Author Elizabeth Bettina Reveals Untold Stories of the Italian Holocaust

On Tuesday, March 27th, author Elizabeth Bettina captured the attention of the John Cabot University community with her presentation, "It Happened in Italy", based on the experiences of Italian Jews during World War II.

Professor Simona Costagli Published Article on Protectionism

John Cabot University Professor of Economics Simona Costagli has been featured on website FirstOnline.info with an article on tariffs and new protectionism; she analyzes how Europe is the most "open" area in the world to foreign trading, while countries such as Argentina, Russia, China and Brazil are still heavily protectionist.

JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship Welcomes RE/MAX Chairman and CEO Dario Castiglia

In a packed Aula Magna Regina, John Cabot University welcomed RE/MAX Italia Chairman and CEO Dario Castiglia for a lecture sponsored by the Entrepreneurship Institute and titled "RE/MAX: A Successful Business Model."

Professor Francesco Ruscitti to Speak at Seminar at University of Rome “La Sapienza”

John Cabot University Assistant Professor of Economics Francesco Ruscitti will today give a talk at University of Rome "La Sapienza" as part of a seminar titled "The Open Graph Theorem for Correspondences: a new proof and Some Applications".

Why Studying Abroad at John Cabot University is Great for Your Career!

Read International Affairs student Alfonso Pagaza's testimonial of the benefits associated with studying abroad at JCU!

Film Studies Professor Tijana Mamula Published in “Screen”

Professor Tijana Mamula has been published in the current issue of Screen, the leading international journal of academic film and television studies. Her essay, titled 'Metaphorically seeing: the place names of Marguerite Duras', explores the "use of sound-image disjunction in Marguerite Duras's India Song (1975) in relation to migration, bilingualism and cinema's metaphoric potential".

Andy Steves’s Account of his Semester at John Cabot University

Find out about Andy Steves's experience studying abroad at JCU!

Professor Pamela Harris to Attend Book Presentation and Debate on Tea Party and the American Right

John Cabot University Professor and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Pamela Harris will participate in a book presentation of "Tea Party - La rivolta populista e la destra americana".

Professor Michele Testoni Participates in Discussion on Syrian Uprising

Professor Michele Testoni participated in a discussion on Italian national radio channel Radio 3 on the Syrian uprising and its most recent developments.

President Pavoncello Welcomes Ambassador of Georgia Dr. Konstantin Gabashvili

President Franco Pavoncello today welcomed Dr. Konstantin Gabashvili, Ambassador of Georgia to the Italian Republic, to John Cabot University.

Professor Lila Yawn to Give Talk at Columbia University

Professor Lila Yawn, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History at John Cabot University as well as arts and humanities advisor at the American Academy in Rome, has been invited by Columbia University to talk about her latest research.