Academics News

“Non Essere Cattivo” by Claudio Caligari – A JCU Screening

Non Essere Cattivo is Claudio Caligari’s third movie, after Amore Tossico (1983) and L’Odore Della Notte (1998). Non Essere Cattivo is set in 1995, the year synthetic drugs were first introduced in Italy.

JCU Participates in Peer-to-Peer Facebook Global Digital Challenge

Professor Riccardo Maiolini’s E-Marketing class (MKT 340) will represent John Cabot University in the Peer-to-Peer Facebook Global Digital Challenge

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.

“Made in Italy: the Italian Business Environment,” a New Spring 2017 Course

The Department of Modern Languages and Literature and the Department of Business Administration present a new course for Spring 2017: “Made in Italy: the Italian Business Environment.”

Spring School on Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism

John Cabot University and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) are pleased to announce the Spring School on Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism.

JCU Welcomes Visiting Professor of Political Science Bridget Welsh

John Cabot University is pleased to welcome Bridget Welsh as Visiting Professor in Political Science.

Prof. Michèle Favorite Publishes Article on Women and Soft Skills in Aspenia

Professor Michèle Favorite recently published the article “L’incredibile paradosso” (“The incredible paradox”) in Aspenia, the journal of Aspen Institute Italy. In the article, Prof. Favorite discusses the global soft skills gap between men and women.

Meet Graduating Senior Hazel Ebenezer

Originally from South India but raised in a small town in the Himalayas called Mussoorie, Hazel Ebenezer recently graduated John Cabot with a major in International Affairs and a minor in Business Administration.

Professor Daniel R. Connelly Publishes New Poetry Collection

Professor Daniel Roy Connelly's latest book, Extravagant Stranger: a Memoir in Prose PoetryExtravagant Stranger by Daniel Roy Connelly, will be published in June 2017 by Little Island Press.

Italy Reads: Keynote Address by Professor Sarah Churchwell

On Wednesday, October 26, 2016, John Cabot University presented the Italy Reads Keynote Address by Professor Sarah Churchwell.

Meet Communications Professor Kwame Phillips

Professor Kwame Phillips is an anthropologist and filmmaker. Born in London and raised in Jamaica, he joined John Cabot's Department of Communications in the Fall of 2016.

Delegation from Shanghai University of Political Science and Law Visits JCU

On Monday, September 26, John Cabot University hosted an important visit from the Shanghai University of Political Science and Law (SHUPL), the second largest university in the city.

JCU Institute of Entrepreneurship Welcomes CEO “Fairbooks”

On Monday September 19, 2016 Professor Daniele Pica’s BUS/CMS 361 class and the Institute of Entrepreneurship welcomed Diego Banovaz, a young entrepreneur from Trieste, Italy.

JCU Marketing Club and Capstone Seminar Class to Assist Local Groups with Strategic Planning

Hanna Suni and Olga Plyaskina from the Professional Women's Association (PWA) presented two strategic opportunities to the seniors of the Strategic Marketing Management (MKT490) class and the John Cabot University Marketing Club.

John Cabot University Welcomes Eric and Andrew McLuhan

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the Department of Communications are pleased to welcome Dr. Eric McLuhan, an internationally-known and award-winning lecturer on communication and media and son of the late Marshall McLuhan, and Andrew McLuhan, his son and assistant.