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Italy Starts Program Creates International Community of Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Italy Starts Program Creates International Community of Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Italy Starts, John Cabot University’s Peer-to-Peer Entrepreneurship Mentoring Program, recently recruited 55 Mentors from various partner universities in the U.S., Armenia, Nigeria, and Lebanon.

Professors Pulino and Salvatore Participate in gURLs! a Roundtable on Women in IT

Professors Pulino and Salvatore Participate in gURLs! a Roundtable on Women in IT

Professors Antonella Salvatore and Silvia Pulino participated in a roundtable called “gURLs! Who codes the world?” on April 22, 2021. Organized by LogicAcademy, the roundtable was part of a week of events and workshops dedicated to the IT/ICT field.

A Riveder le Stelle: Dante in the 21st Century 

A Riveder le Stelle: Dante in the 21st Century 

On the occasion of the 700th anniversary of poet Dante Alighieri’s death (1265-1321), JCU’s Modern Languages and Literature Department and English Language and Literature Department organized the online event “Dante in the 21st Century,” on April 7, 2021.

JCU’s Asian Culture Club Welcomes Gualtiero Cannarsi for a Talk on Japanese Animation

JCU’s Asian Culture Club Welcomes Gualtiero Cannarsi for a Talk on Japanese Animation

John Cabot University’s Asian Culture Club welcomed localizer and voice director Gualtiero Cannarsi, for a talk on “The Origins of Japanese Animation's Originality,” on March 26, 2021.

Department of History and Humanities Sponsors Two-Day Event on Roman Magic

Department of History and Humanities Sponsors Two-Day Event on Roman Magic

Professor Fabrizio Conti organized a two-day online event sponsored by the Department of History and Humanities called “Researching and Publishing Roman Magic: How an Academic Peer-Reviewed Volume Takes Shape,” held on March 13 and 20, 2021.

The Daimons’ Game: A Workshop by the Communications Department

The Daimons’ Game: A Workshop by the Communications Department

The JCU Department of Communications organized an online workshop called “The Daimons’ Game” on March 19, 2021, as part of the Digital Delights & Disturbances event series.

Smart Working Beyond the Emergency: JCU Welcomes Michel Martone

Smart Working Beyond the Emergency: JCU Welcomes Michel Martone

John Cabot University welcomed former vice-minister of labor Michel Martone, who presented his book on Smart Working called “Il lavoro da remoto. Per una riforma dello smart working oltre l'emergenza” (La Tribuna, 2020), on March 12, 2021.

Opportunity in Adversity: IFE Welcomes Christian Richmond Nzi

Opportunity in Adversity: IFE Welcomes Christian Richmond Nzi

On March 4, 2021, the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed social entrepreneur Christian Richmond Nzi, founder and CEO of Mygrants, the first microlearning web application designed to support immigrants through a series of thematic module quizzes, and then match them with career opportunities.

Promoting Self-Reliance: IFE Welcomes Daniella Odette Mukayiranga

Promoting Self-Reliance: IFE Welcomes Daniella Odette Mukayiranga

The JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship (IFE) welcomed entrepreneur Daniella Odette Mukayiranga, Founder and CEO of Notes Solutions Ltd., for an online talk hosted by Director of IFE and Business Administration Professor Silvia Pulino in her Introduction to Entrepreneurship class on February 25, 2021.

Photography as a Way of Life: Professor Paolo Soriani

Photography as a Way of Life: Professor Paolo Soriani

Professor Paolo Soriani is a professional photographer who focuses on portraits and fashion. He recently received an Honorable Mention in the Annual Photography Awards’ Portrait Series for his work “Take a brush and paint your music.”

JCU Athletics Department Launches Strava Challenge

JCU Athletics Department Launches Strava Challenge

John Cabot University’s Athletics Department, Community Service Program, and Student Services team, in collaboration with the STAND and Grassroots clubs, recently launched the second edition of the JCU Strava Challenge.

JCU Presents “Lift Every Voice:” An Inclusive Black History Month Celebration

JCU Presents “Lift Every Voice:” An Inclusive Black History Month Celebration

John Cabot University is proud to present ‘Lift Every Voice: An Inclusive Black History Month Celebration.’ The event, which will be held on Saturday February 27 at 6pm, will be hosted by JCU alumna Alexandria Maloney, and will feature JCU alumni and current students.

Alumna Alexandria Maloney and Student Giggs Kgole to Be Part of U.N. “Say My Name” Exhibition

Alumna Alexandria Maloney and Student Giggs Kgole to Be Part of U.N. “Say My Name” Exhibition

JCU is proud to announce that alumna Alexandria Maloney and student Giggs Kgole will be part of the upcoming virtual art exhibition called “Say My Name,” in commemoration of the U.N. Day of International Decade for People of African Descent (IDEP) on March 25, 2021.

Philosophy Professor Stefan Sorgner Interviewed by Philosophy Now

Philosophy Professor Stefan Sorgner Interviewed by Philosophy Now

JCU Philosophy Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner was recently interviewed by the Philosophy Now journal about his new book On Transhumanism (Penn State University Press, 2020).

Understanding Climate Change: Alumna Asia Guerreschi

Understanding Climate Change: Alumna Asia Guerreschi

Alumna Asia Guerreschi graduated from JCU in 2016, with a B.A. in Communications and a minor in Business Administration. She is Co-Founder of the ‘Rethinking Climate’ project.