Alumni News

Keeping Up with Digital Transformation: Alumna Giorgia Conte

An International Business major, Giorgia Conte graduated magna cum laude from John Cabot University in December 2016, and currently works as a Junior Marketing Assistant at uFirst. While at JCU, she was a member of Ipazia and Business Club. Recently Giorgia was invited by the Institute for Entrepreneurship for a presentation on digital marketing strategies.

JCU Hosts New York Gala: April 10 at Union League Club

John Cabot University is pleased to invite the JCU community and friends to the New York Gala, which will take place at The Union League Club on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 7:00 pm.

La Sinfonia di Emery: A Novel by Ludovico Crisanti Cucchiella

Ludovico Crisanti Cucchiella was born in Rome. He graduated from LUISS before taking Advanced Creative Writing Workshop: Fiction in Summer 2016 with Professor Michael Carroll at JCU. Ludovico recently published his first book La Sinfonia di Emery with Gangemi Editore.

Be our Guest: Alumnus Romano Campione Takes Hospitality to New Heights

Alumnus Romano Campione, class of 1993, is a Business Administration major of British and Italian descent. He is an active member of the JCU alumni network and has helped organize alumni events in London where he currently resides. Romano started his career with the help of Career Services and he is now the Cluster Director of Sales and Marketing at Starhotels.

4m2 Gallery Presents Spring Vernissage with Catherine Parsonage and Geraldine Ghelli

The 4m2 Gallery is pleased to invite you to our Spring Vernissage, featuring the work of artists Catherine Parsonage and Geraldine Hope Ghelli. Hosted by the Art History Society and the Frohring Library, the vernissage is sponsored by the Alumni Association and the Department of Art History and Studio Art.

John Cabot University Alumni Gathering in London

On Friday, February 2, 2018, the John Cabot University alumni community in London came together on the occasion of the Alumni Gathering.

JCU Alumna Shaza Saker Launches “Hummustown” to Help Syrian Refugees

John Cabot University alumna Shaza Saker has launched Hummustown, a catering organization that provides job opportunities to Syrian refugees in Rome.

A Passion for the Practice of Law: Alumnus Anthony Vanicek

After graduating from Georgetown Law, alumni Anthony Vanicek was able to find a job as a trial attorney in Colorado. He was an International Affairs major at JCU.

Alumna Fatema Basrai Featured in Forbes “30 Under 30 Education” List

Fatema Basrai studied abroad at John Cabot University during the 2008-2009 academic year.

John Cabot University Career Fair Featured in RAI News Program

On Friday, November 10, the JCU Center for Career Services hosted the second Career Fair of the Fall 2017 Semester. Over 70 company representatives from the university’s 500+ partner organizations participated in the event to offer jobs, internships, and career advising.

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.

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.

Asking the Right Questions: Alumna Mia Ceran

Mia Ceran, Class of 2008, is a JCU alumna who graduated in Business Administration. German born of Slavic descent, Mia was raised between the United States and Italy.

John Cabot University Alumni Social Hour in London

On Friday, October 27, a group of JCU alumni gathered at The Ned Hotel in London in the heart of the financial district for the JCU Alumni London Social Hour.

By the Book: English Literature Alumna Christine Modafferi

Christine was born in the United States, but grew up in a small town called Caulonia, in Calabria, right at the tip of Italy’s boot. She graduated from JCU with a major in English Literature and a minor in Communications.