Academics News

Othmane Slimani Completes Internship at Ministry of Foreign Affairs

"It was a very positive and challenging experience since I had the chance to put theory into practice."

Professors Schwarten and Connelly Help ‘Teatro di Gioia’ 2013

John Cabot University professors James Schwarten and Daniel Roy Connelly will lend their expertise to the organizers and countless volunteers of this year's edition of the 'Teatro di Gioia'.

JCU Launches New Course: Researching Rome – Fieldwork in the City

In Spring 2014 John Cabot University will be launching an exciting new course for students who want to do independent field research in the city of Rome. Taught by sociologist and Italian Studies Professor Isabella Clough Marinaro, the course is aimed at students who are interested in exploring and analyzing first-hand some of the most fascinating social, cultural and political issues of contemporary Rome.

Institute in International Communication Discusses Women on the Screen

On July 23, 2013, John Cabot's Institute in International Communication hosted its third Summer Forum, dedicated to representations of women in the film industry, from Hollywood to Bollywood to Cinecitta'

JCU and UNICRI Conclude Successful Summer School on Human Rights

How to mainstream a gender perspective in human rights and accomplish the Millennium Development Goal of gender equality and women's empowerment?

Welcome Participants to Advanced Placement Italian Summer Institute

John Cabot is pleased to welcome 25 teachers of Advanced Placement Italian Language and Culture to the Advanced Placement Summer Institute to our campus this summer.

Professor Ada Bertini Presents Paper at AATI Conference in Strasbourg

Professor Bertini, who teaches Italian language at JCU, will present a paper at the 2013 Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Italian (AATI), which is taking place in Strasbourg (France) from May 30th to June 2nd

Two JCU Students Obtain Prestigious Internships in China

John Cabot University is pleased to announce that two of its students have been selected for prestigious internships in Shanghai, China this summer.

Congratulations to the John Cabot University Class of 2013!

On May 13th, John Cabot University held its 41th Commencement Ceremony, celebrating the Class of 2013 at the wonderful Villa Aurelia, located on the Janiculum Hill, overlooking Rome.

JCU and UNICRI Present Summer School on Human Rights

The 2013 edition of the Summer School on Human Rights offers a course focusing on the achievements and failings of the human rights system in addressing social, political and economic inequalities specifically affecting women.

JCU Hosts English Language for University Studies Program Graduation

On Tuesday, April 30, 2013 the Aula Magna Regina hosted the ENLUS graduation. ENLUS is John Cabot University's English Language for University Studies (ENLUS) Program for students whose level of English does not yet qualify them for entry to the University.

JCU Announces 2013 Student Award Winners

"Welcome to this celebration of excellence at John Cabot University," said President Franco Pavoncello as he addressed students, faculty and staff gathered at the Secchia Terrace on April 23rd for JCU's annual Student Award ceremony. "These students define our mission as a University and their successes are a testimonial to the quality of our faculty."

Professor Inge Lyse Hansen Publishes Book on Ancient City of Butrint

JCU art history professor Inge L. Hansen is the editor of the most recent monograph on the excavations of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Butrint (ancient Buthrotum) in Albania.

JCU Welcomed into CFA Institute University Recognition Program

Students of the Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance taking steps to career success through preparation for the CFA Program

“Greek Night” Brings Ancient Culture of Food and Wine to JCU

The event was hosted by Professor Benedetta Bessi and her "Wine and the Culture of Drinking in Antiquity" students in the Aula Magna Regina.