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The Upcoming Crisis in the Middle East: Professor Barry Rubin

Students, staff and the Board of Trustees gathered in the Aula Magna for a lecture on the current situation in the Middle East from Professor Barry Rubin.

“Italian Students Enrollment at JCU Has Increased 40%” – La Repubblica

The Rome section of Italian daily newspaper La Repubblica reported that the number of Italian students enrolled at JCU has increased 40% this year.

John Cabot University Welcomes New and Returning Students

JCU Welcomes New and Returning Students at the Tiber Cafe

JCU Orientation Successfully Launches Navigation 101!

With unprecedented numbers of students enrolling at JCU this Fall, the University launched "Navigation 101," a new Orientation program designed to welcome incoming students and help them navigate their way around JCU and the city of Rome.

Jon Bingen: What can we learn from the events in Oslo and Utøya?

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs welcomed Jon Bingen for a lecture on the events of Oslo and Utøya and what we can learn from them.

JCU Career Services: 150+ Internship Opportunities and Growing Strong

JCU Career Services continues its growth, with over 150 competitive internship opportunities offered every semester. These opportunities include international firms and organizations.

Daniele Fiorentino: The US and the Roman Republic of 1849

As part of the events celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Italian unification, the Guarini Institute invited prof. Daniele Fiorentino, a leading Italian scholar of US history, to share the results of his current research about the connections between the two countries in the period of the 1848-49 Roman Republic.

About Greenpeace: Confessions of a Dropout

On May 25th, many faculty, staff, and students gathered at John Cabot University to listen to Canadian scientist and author Patrick Moore

Justice, Politics, Privacy and the Dignity of Women: an Update on Italy

On Wednesday, April 13th the Aula Magna hosted the final Guarini Institute event of an intense Spring semester. The conference started at 6.30pm, and Professor Argentieri took the podium to introduce the topic and the guest speakers.

The Religion of Liberty in Italy’s Risorgimento

The Italian Risorgimento has been the theme at the core of the work of Maurizio Viroli. Currently a Professor at Princeton University, Viroli has earned a doctorate at the European University and works at the Italian University of Lugano as well.

Tweeting the Revolution: Causes and Prospects of the North African Upheaval

On Wednesday, March 16th the Aula Magna Regina filled once again to listen to a panel speak about the revolutions in North Africa and the impact of Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking sites.

The Politics of Multiculturalism

On Monday, February 21 the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs had the pleasure of hosting its first guest speaker from Australia, John Rundell, an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne.

Digital Media, Democracy, and the Press

On February 9th, 2011, the Aula Magna Regina was flooded with students, professors and guests to listen to a panel on an issue that, since the advent of Wikileaks, has earned the attention of the world. Digital Media has usurped all other means of information transfer in terms of speed and efficiency, but as technology improves the winds of change are beginning to alter the way we receive news.

Guarini Institute: Looking Beyond the U.S. Elections

On Monday, November 8th the Guarini Institute hosted a round table discussion aimed at analyzing the impacts of the recent midterm elections in the United States.

The Festival for Diplomacy: Teaching and Learning Diplomacy Round Table 

Within the context of the Italian Festival for Diplomacy, the Guarini Institute had the honor of hosting a round table discussion "Teaching and Learning Diplomacy" in which eight prestigious panelists participated.

Internationalizing Universities in the United States

In collaboration with the US Mission to the UN, the Guarini Institute hosted Thomas E. Sullivan, the Vice President and Provost of the University of Minnesota, who gave an interesting lecture titled Internationalizing Universities in the United States.