Leadership News

JCU Celebrates 45th Anniversary at President’s Gala

On Saturday, September 23, 2017 President Franco Pavoncello welcomed 160 guests, including Trustees, parents, alumni, and students to the Hotel Hassler to celebrate JCU's 45th Anniversary at the President’s Gala, “Building for the Future.”

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.

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.

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.

JCU Alumna and Environmental Activist Zornitza Hadjitodorova Returns from International Antarctic Expedition

Says Zornitza, "We must remember that, as Sir Robert Swan says, 'The greatest threat to our Planet is the belief that someone else will protect it'".

JCU 2016 Student Awards Winners

On Tuesday, April 19, 2016, John Cabot University students, faculty and staff gathered on the Secchia Terrace for the annual Student Award Ceremony. The awards, presented by President Franco Pavoncello and by the Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Mary Merva, are in recognition of academic and service excellence.

Feminism in India: Dr. K. Mahadevan Discusses Intersection of Caste and Gender

Professor Mahadevan, from the University of Mumbai, focused on feminism in India, and the problem of how feminist theory should relate to women's experience, and in particular the experiences of low caste women.

National Competition Authority of Hungary Study by Professor Belenyesi

The National Competition Authority of Hungary (NCA) published a study carried out by JCU Professor Pal Belenyesi comparing the legal and economic approaches to antitrust of digital platforms.

Global Liberal Arts Alliance meets at John Cabot University

JCU was honored to host the first Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA) Liaison Meeting.

United Nations Women’s Guild Offers Advice to Students Volunteers at Community Service Forum

On November 9th 2015, John Cabot University hosted a Community Service Forum with speakers from the United Nations Women's Guild (UNWG) Rome.

JCU President Franco Pavoncello Takes Part in Festival of Diplomacy Event in Rome

On October 28th at 3:00 pm, John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello will take part in a discussion on "Leadership and Merit in Sustainable Development" organized as part of the Diplomacy Festival.

Professor Michèle Favorite Gives Talk at “Roma Tre” University on How to Write an Effective Resume

Prof. Favorite teaches Business Communications and Public Relations at JCU.

President Pavoncello Interviewed by British Political Magazine on Renzi’s Leadership

The New Statesman is a British political and cultural magazine published in London.

JCU Interfaith Initiative Welcomes Archbishop David Moxon

The discussion focused on the struggle against modern slavery and human trafficking from an ecumenical and Interfaith perspective.

JCU Wraps Up Student Leadership Training Week

Friday, September 4th, marked the end of the week-long Student Leadership Training sponsored and organized by the Student Services department at JCU.