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Towards a Greener Future: JCU Takes Part in Ostia and Trastevere Cleanup

Towards a Greener Future: JCU Takes Part in Ostia and Trastevere Cleanup

The Office of Community Service and Grassroots Club organized three cleanups in Trastevere and one in Ostia as part of larger environmental initiative.

Professor Sorgner Presents at “Otiose Leisure and the Body” Conference

Professor Sorgner Presents at “Otiose Leisure and the Body” Conference

JCU Philosophy Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner was invited to give the opening presentation at a leading conference “Otiose Leisure and the Body” in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, on October 13.

Professor Walter Arrighetti Invited to Film Preservation Workshop

Professor Walter Arrighetti Invited to Film Preservation Workshop

JCU Professor Walter Arrighetti recently gave a presentation at the international workshop on Film Preservation with IMF, held in Amsterdam.

JCU Welcomes Marketing Professor Thomas Aichner

JCU Welcomes Marketing Professor Thomas Aichner

Dr. Aichner is an Associate Professor of Marketing at JCU. He holds a joint PhD in marketing from the University of Padova and ESCP Europe Business School.

At Home in the World: Alumna Kem Turner

At Home in the World: Alumna Kem Turner

Alumna Kem Turner graduated from JCU in 2005 with a B.A. in International Affairs. She currently works as Portfolio Management Consultant at FAO in Rome.

Understanding Individual Wellbeing: JCU Welcomes Italian Red Cross

Understanding Individual Wellbeing: JCU Welcomes Italian Red Cross

JCU welcomed three representatives of the Italian Red Cross who presented an analysis of individual wellbeing through two different scientific models.

Professor Alina Sorgner: Global Expert for World Manufacturing Forum Report 2019

Professor Alina Sorgner: Global Expert for World Manufacturing Forum Report 2019

JCU Professor Alina Sorgner was invited to be a member of the Global Expert Group in preparing the 2019 World Manufacturing Forum (WMF) Report. 

The Business of Art: Alumna Liana Jackson

The Business of Art: Alumna Liana Jackson

Born in Maryland, but raised in Monterey, California, Liana Jackson graduated from JCU in 2019 with a major in Business Administration.

Environmentalism at JCU: Towards a Plastic-free Campus

Environmentalism at JCU: Towards a Plastic-free Campus

JCU distributed aluminum water bottles to all members of the community. Plastic cups are no longer available at the drinking fountains of our campuses.

Professor Isabella Clough on Anti-Roma Discrimination in Italy

Professor Isabella Clough on Anti-Roma Discrimination in Italy

JCU hosted a lecture by Italian Studies Professor Clough Marinaro dedicated to raising awareness concerning discrimination of the Roma community.

Is Sovereignism a New Form of Fascism?: JCU Welcomes Professor Matthew Levinger

Is Sovereignism a New Form of Fascism?: JCU Welcomes Professor Matthew Levinger

The Guarini Institute hosted a lecture entitled "Is Sovereignism a New Form of Fascism?" on September 24, 2019. Professor Matthew Levinger was the speaker.

John Cabot University Student Media Showcase 2019

John Cabot University Student Media Showcase 2019

JCU’s Department of Communications and Digital Media Lab present the third annual Student Media Showcase, which will take place on October 3, 2019.

From Rio de Janeiro to Rome: Student Isabela Nepomuceno de Oliveira

From Rio de Janeiro to Rome: Student Isabela Nepomuceno de Oliveira

Isabela Oliveira is a double major in Economics and Finance and Marketing. She is vice president of STAND, and works as an Orientation Team Leader. 

Gender Equality in Film: Professor Tasini Invited to Cinema d’Autrice Event

Gender Equality in Film: Professor Tasini Invited to Cinema d’Autrice Event

JCU Professor and filmmaker Erika Tasini was invited to participate in Cinema d’Autrice, a 2 day workshop for female film professionals in Rome from September 18 to 20. Organized by Spin-Off, a cultural association of professors and communication experts, the event promotes the importance of women in film, and discusses the difficulties encountered by female film professionals.

Can Robots Feel Pain? JCU Hosts Post-Human Studies Workshop

Can Robots Feel Pain? JCU Hosts Post-Human Studies Workshop

History and Humanities Department Professors Brunella Antomarini and Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, along with Professor Francesco Lapenta from the University of Roskilde (Denmark), organized a day-long discussion called AI: III Post-Human Studies Workshop at John Cabot University on September 21, 2019.