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Gender & Sexuality in the Digital Age: A Conversation With Artist Shu Lea Cheang

Gender & Sexuality in the Digital Age: A Conversation With Artist Shu Lea Cheang

John Cabot University welcomed artist Shu Lea Cheang for a talk called The Algorithm of Gender & Sexuality in the Digital Age on November 26, 2019.

Must Poets Hang with Murderers? A Conversation with George Elliott Clarke

Must Poets Hang with Murderers? A Conversation with George Elliott Clarke

JCU welcomed George Elliott Clarke for a talk called Must Poets Always “Hang” with Murderers?: A Meditation on Poetics and Justice.

Alumna Anna Bottinelli Appointed President of Monuments Men Foundation

Alumna Anna Bottinelli Appointed President of Monuments Men Foundation

Class of 2010 alumna Anna Bottinelli was recently appointed as the new President of the Monuments Men Foundation. The Monuments Men were a group of museum directors, curators, art historians, and educators who saved millions of monuments and other cultural treasures from the Nazis during World War II.

JCU to Launch Major in Psychological Science in Fall 2020

JCU to Launch Major in Psychological Science in Fall 2020

John Cabot University is pleased to announce the launch of a new major in Psychological Science beginning in Fall 2020.

The Stories behind the Women: A Screening with Director Amy Adrion

The Stories behind the Women: A Screening with Director Amy Adrion

John Cabot University's Department of Communications welcomed director Amy Adrion for a screening of her documentary Half the Picture on December 3, 2019.

Alumna Giulia Campagna Wins Credit Suisse Global Employee Award 2019

Alumna Giulia Campagna Wins Credit Suisse Global Employee Award 2019

JCU Alumna Giulia Campagna, a 2012 graduate in Business Administration, won the 2019 Credit Suisse Global Employee Award.

Lost Layers: The History of JCU’s Guarini Campus

Lost Layers: The History of JCU’s Guarini Campus

Four graduate students in JCU's Art History Master's program presented their findings on the multi-faceted past of the University's Guarini Campus, in Rome.

The U.S. and the Middle East – An Evolving Situation

The U.S. and the Middle East – An Evolving Situation

JCU's Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted an event called “The US and the Middle East – An Evolving Situation” on November 6, 2019.

Decoding Human Communication: Professor Bruno Galantucci

Decoding Human Communication: Professor Bruno Galantucci

Psychology Professor Bruno Galantucci's area of expertise is human communication and Experimental Semiotics, a field that he contributed to developing.

A Pivotal Time in History: Spiritual Traditions in “The Axial Age”

A Pivotal Time in History: Spiritual Traditions in “The Axial Age”

JCU’s Department of History and Humanities organized a talk called "The Axial Age: An Age of Transformation in Ethics and Religions" on November 25, 2019.

The Lost Prince: Book Presentation with Author Michael Mewshaw

The Lost Prince: Book Presentation with Author Michael Mewshaw

John Cabot University welcomed author Michael Mewshaw to present his new book The Lost Prince: A Search for Pat Conroy on November 20, 2019.

Digital Democracy in Taiwan: A Conversation with Minister of Digital Audrey Tang

Digital Democracy in Taiwan: A Conversation with Minister of Digital Audrey Tang

JCU’s Department of Communications and The President's Office welcomed Taiwan's Minister of Digital Audrey Tang for a talk on November 14, 2019.

Tex-Mex Food in Rome: Alumnus Alberto Romano

Tex-Mex Food in Rome: Alumnus Alberto Romano

Born in Rovigo, near Venice, but raised in Rome, alumnus Alberto Romano graduated from John Cabot University in 2014, with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Entrepreneurship. In 2018 he founded Rey Nacho, a fast-casual restaurant concept serving Tex-Mex food.

Giorgio de Chirico and Philosophy: JCU Welcomes Professor Riccardo Dottori

Giorgio de Chirico and Philosophy: JCU Welcomes Professor Riccardo Dottori

JCU Department of History and Humanities welcomed Professor Riccardo Dottori who gave a talk on “Giorgio de Chirico and Philosophy.”

Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner on Genome Editing

Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner on Genome Editing

In an interview with a leading Dutch scientific news website, Professor Sorgner commented on the latest developments in the field of genome editing.

Plastic’s Republic: Barbie’s Impact on Female Beauty

Plastic’s Republic: Barbie’s Impact on Female Beauty

John Cabot University welcomed author and poet Giovanna Riccio to present her latest book, Plastic’s Republic – Featuring the Barbie Suite.

Ten JCU Alumni Attend Second Fall 2019 Career Fair as Company Representatives

Ten JCU Alumni Attend Second Fall 2019 Career Fair as Company Representatives

JCU’s third Career Fair of the year took place on Friday, November 8. Ten out of the forty company representatives that attended the event were JCU alumni.

JCU Hosts Roundtable on A.I., Ethics and Algorithmic Biases

JCU Hosts Roundtable on A.I., Ethics and Algorithmic Biases

The JCU Institute of Future and Innovation Studies and the Canadian Chamber in Italy co-organized a round table on A.I.: ​​Ethics and Algorithmic Biases.

JCU Alumni Association Invites You to the 2019 Holiday Celebrations

JCU Alumni Association Invites You to the 2019 Holiday Celebrations

John Cabot University is pleased to announce that the annual JCU Alumni & Friends Holiday Party celebrations will be held in London, New York City and Rome.

Taking the Leap: Student Micah Hinnergardt

Taking the Leap: Student Micah Hinnergardt

Micah Hinnergardt is an International Affairs senior from Pennsylvania. She is one of the recipients of the America Award, granted to her in October 2019.