Archive for November, 2017

Immersed in History: Study Abroad Student Matteo Muehlhauser

Matteo Muehlhauser is a double major in Political Science and Italian from The University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, Matteo participates in a club called S.I.B.C. (Student International Business Council) and in its consulting division.

Wedding Planning: A Special Kind of Service Marketing

Professor Antonella Salvatore welcomed wedding planner Claudia Bisceglie to the Continuing Education “Service Marketing” class in November.

The Power of Narrative: Professor Alessandra Grego

Alessandra Grego is Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at JCU. A Professor with a 20-year experience, she has taught at JCU since 2003.

Professor James Schwarten Translates Essay and Play by Dacia Maraini

JCU Italian Studies Professor James Schwarten translated an essay and a one-act play from Dacia Maraini's Sulla Mafia: Piccole Riflessioni Personali

Continuing Education Students Visit the Vatican Restoration Laboratory

The students of the Continuing Education course in “Management and Digitization of Cultural Heritage” visited the Painting and Wood Material Restoration Laboratory of the Vatican Museums on Thursday, November 9.

Elevator Pitch Competition Finalists Battle It Out

The Institute for Entrepreneurship hosted the Elevator Pitch Competition finals on Monday, November 20. The participants, who were the winners of the earlier rounds in the competition, competed in four categories: Advocacy Pitch, Design Thinking, Personal Pitch, and Business Idea.

The Art of Cooking: JCU Alumna Brooke Parkhurst

Brooke Parkhurst is a JCU study abroad alumna from Pensacola, Florida. She attended Davidson College in North Carolina and during her junior year (2000-2001), she studied for two semesters at John Cabot University. Brooke is a chef, food writer, and cooking instructor.

JCU Hosts the Screening of A Ciambra: Italy’s Candidate for Oscar

The JCU Media and Communication Speaker Series and the Department of Communications hosted the screening of "A Ciambra" by Jonas Carpignano.

Professor Silvia Scarpa Leads Service Learning Workshop

The JCU Center for Professional and Continuing Education hosted a workshop “Human Rights and Gender Equality Training for Law Enforcement Authorities” on Wednesday, November 15.

Professor Seth Jaffe Participates in Two Academic Events in Berlin

Seth N. Jaffe, Assistant Professor of Political Science at John Cabot University, recently participated in two academic events in Berlin.

UN Special Rapporteur Maria Grazia Giammarinaro Discusses Human Trafficking

Maria Grazia Giammarinaro was invited by the JCU Department of Political Science and International Affairs on Thursday, November 9, 2017, for a lecture on human trafficking.

Building Your Professional Future: Some Tips from Hays Italia

Professor Antonella Salvatore hosted Hays Italia representatives Valerio Tabascio and Pasqualina Lepore in her class Professional Skills for Career Development on Friday, November 3.

Political Science and International Affairs Departmental Reception

On Tuesday, November 7, the JCU Department of Political Science and International Affairs hosted its first Departmental Reception. Professors Bridget Welsh and Michael Driessen welcomed alumni, current students, and fellow-instructors in the Aula Magna to help them reconnect and socialize.

Professor Eszter Salgó on the Politics of Time in International Relations

Prof. Salgó delivers a paper at the annual conference of the Millenium Journal of International Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Ivan Krastev Discusses Russia and Europe in the Era of Trump

On Monday, October 30th, 2017, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted Ivan Krastev for the lecture on Russia and Europe in the Trump Era.