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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.

Witchcraft Throughout History: A Lecture by Fabrizio Conti

Witchcraft Throughout History: A Lecture by Fabrizio Conti

John Cabot University's History and Humanities Department launched the “Humanisms and Beyond Lecture Series” with an online talk by History Professor Fabrizio Conti called “Classical Roots of Beliefs in Witchcraft: A Multidisciplinary Liberal Arts Topic.”

Malafemmina: A New Podcast by Professor Chloé Barreau

Malafemmina: A New Podcast by Professor Chloé Barreau

JCU Communications Professor Chloé Barreau’s upcoming podcast Malafemmina will be released on Storytel on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Malafemmina tells the story of a friendship between a French filmmaker and a transgender artist in Rome.

Digital Research Skills: JCU Alumnus and Founder of Vanalize Dimitri Visnadi 

Digital Research Skills: JCU Alumnus and Founder of Vanalize Dimitri Visnadi 

Professor Antonella Salvatore’s Professional Skills for Career Development class welcomed Alumnus Dimitri Visnadi for an online talk on “Digital Research Skills” on November 20, 2020. 

Donating Without Spending: IFE Welcomes Entrepreneur Nicolò Santin

Donating Without Spending: IFE Welcomes Entrepreneur Nicolò Santin

The JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed Nicolò Santin, CEO and Co-Founder at Gamindo, for an online talk called ‘Gaming Your Way to Creating Social Value,’ on October 27, 2020.

Life is What You Make of It: Student Lukas Probst

Life is What You Make of It: Student Lukas Probst

Lukas Probst is an International Business major from Vienna, Austria, minoring in Economics and Legal Studies. Lukas has a very international upbringing and is an active member of the University’s Model United Nations society.

Ecomedia Literacy: Professor Antonio Lopez to Publish New Book

Ecomedia Literacy: Professor Antonio Lopez to Publish New Book

JCU Communications Professor and Department Chair Antonio Lopez’s new book Ecomedia Literacy: Integrating Ecology into Media Education (Routledge, 2020) will be published in late November.

Promoting Climate Action: JCU Hosts TEDxJohnCabotUniversity

Promoting Climate Action: JCU Hosts TEDxJohnCabotUniversity

John Cabot University had the pleasure of hosting TEDxJohnCabotUniversity on October 18, 2020, as part of the global launch of the TED Countdown initiative. The independently organized online event, licensed by  TED, featured members of the JCU community and TED Countdown Talks.

Student Artist Giggs Kgole to be Featured in London’s Signature African Art Gallery

Student Artist Giggs Kgole to be Featured in London’s Signature African Art Gallery

JCU Art History student and artist Giggs Kgole has been selected as one of 13 African artists to be featured in the Say My Name exhibition, which will be held from October 27 to November 28, 2020, at the Signature African Art gallery in London.

Not a Spectator Sport: Mathematics Professor Sara Munday

Not a Spectator Sport: Mathematics Professor Sara Munday

Originally from Dundee, Scotland, Professor Sara Munday holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of St. Andrews. She is currently Lecturer in Mathematics at JCU.

Belarus, Italy and the EU: A Guarini Institute Online Round Table Discussion

Belarus, Italy and the EU: A Guarini Institute Online Round Table Discussion

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted an online round table discussion called “La crisi bielorussa, l'UE e l'Italia” (The Belarus Crisis, the EU and Italy).

Creativity Pushed Forward: Alumna Anna Wulfson

Creativity Pushed Forward: Alumna Anna Wulfson

Raised in Vermont, alumna Anna Wulfson graduated summa cum laude in May 2020 with a B.A. in Communications and a minor in Creative Writing. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Visual Design at the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan.