Events News

New Game Changers in the European Union-Asia Relationship: International Conference

New Game Changers in the European Union-Asia Relationship: International Conference

John Cabot University hosted an international conference on ‘New Game Changers in the European Union-Asia Relationship' in collaboration with Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) on April 17, 2019.

John Cabot University Celebrates 2019 Student Award Winners

John Cabot University Celebrates 2019 Student Award Winners

John Cabot University students, faculty, and staff gathered on the Secchia Terrace for the annual Student Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.

Jane Austen’s Heart Did Whisper: Graphic Novelist Manuela Santoni

Jane Austen’s Heart Did Whisper: Graphic Novelist Manuela Santoni

Manuela Santoni was invited to John Cabot University by the Department of English Literature and Communications on April 9 to answer some questions about her graphic novel on Jane Austen. Santoni explained how is it like to be a female Graphic Novelists in Italy, the process of writing and drawing the book, and she also gave a few useful tips to anyone considering becoming a graphic novelist.

Commemoration on 25th Anniversary of Genocide Against Rwanda’s Tutsis

Commemoration on 25th Anniversary of Genocide Against Rwanda’s Tutsis

On the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs in collaboration with Ibuka Italia hosted an event on April 7 at John Cabot University to commemorate the tragedy under the slogan, “Remember, Unite and Renew.”

The Beatles and the Long ‘68: JCU Welcomes Ferdinando Fasce

The Beatles and the Long ‘68: JCU Welcomes Ferdinando Fasce

The JCU Department of Communications welcomed  Professor Ferdinando Fasce for a lecture entitled “Before ‘Revolution:’ The Beatles and the Long ‘68” on March 26. A former professor of Contemporary History at the University of Genoa, Fasce is the author of La musica nel tempo. Una storia dei Beatles (Einaudi, 2018).

Whither Remix Culture, a Decade Later: JCU Welcomes Professor Lawrence Lessig

Whither Remix Culture, a Decade Later: JCU Welcomes Professor Lawrence Lessig

Lawrence Lessig is an American academic, attorney, political activist, and founder of the non-profit organization Creative Commons, which is devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share.  The Department of Communications and the Office of the President invited Professor Lessig to give a talk at JCU on the current state of the internet, its problems and its future developments on March 21, 2019.

JCU Hosts New York Gala: April 8 at University Club

JCU Hosts New York Gala: April 8 at University Club

The John Cabot University Board of Trustees is pleased to invite the JCU community and friends to the annual New York Gala, which will take place at the University Club on Monday, April 8, 2019, at 7:00 pm.

Caffè Con Vista: The Coffee Cup With a Roman View

Caffè Con Vista: The Coffee Cup With a Roman View

Caffè Con Vista is an Italian brand that produces coffee cups which combine Italian tradition with art. Francesca Jacobone, Ely Rozenberg, and Stephen Paul Schneider were invited to John Cabot University for a lecture on Caffè Con Vista's brand within Prof. Salvatore's course "Made in Italy: the Italian Business Environment" on March 6. 

The Americanization of the World in the 20th Century: A Lecture by Daniele Fiorentino

The Americanization of the World in the 20th Century: A Lecture by Daniele Fiorentino

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs welcomed Prof. Daniele Fiorentino (Università di Roma 3) for a lecture called “The Americanization of the World in the Early 20th Century” on February 25, 2019.

Prof. Connelly Performs in Production of Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter

Prof. Connelly Performs in Production of Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter

JCU English Professor Daniel Roy Connelly and British director and actor Douglas Dean will star in an upcoming production of Harold Pinter’s one-act play, The Dumb Waiter.

Wellness Week Spring 2019: A Focus On Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Health

Wellness Week Spring 2019: A Focus On Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Health

JCU hosted the biannual Health and Wellness Week, a series of events that focused on stress management, sex education, mental health, mindfulness, and spiritual wellbeing on February 25-March 1. The week consisted in an event dedicated to stress management, “Stress Less”, a “mindful meditation and compassion” class, a Sex Education talk, an event on mental health first aid, a yoga class, two mindfulness sessions, a self-defense workshop, and a meditation session in Villa Ada.

Lorena Antoniazzi Fashion Brand: The Excellence of an Italian Family Business

Lorena Antoniazzi Fashion Brand: The Excellence of an Italian Family Business

Luca Mirabassi was invited to JCU on Tuesday, February 19, for Prof. Salvatore’s course “Retailing Applied to Fashion Industry” and shared his experience as CEO of the 100% made-in-Italy fashion brand Lorena Antoniazzi.

John Cabot University Celebrates International Women’s Week

John Cabot University Celebrates International Women’s Week

John Cabot University is celebrating International Women’s Week with a week-long series of events, organized by the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) and the Student Activities Board.

“Love and Other Drugs:” JCU Welcomes Bioethicist Mirko Garasic

“Love and Other Drugs:” JCU Welcomes Bioethicist Mirko Garasic

JCU hosted bioethicist Mirko Garasic, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights, for a lecture on love drugs and the ethical consequences surrounding them.

Trastevere: La Repubblica’s New Guidebook with a Heart and Soul

Trastevere: La Repubblica’s New Guidebook with a Heart and Soul

La Repubblica, one of Italy’s most important newspapers, published Trastevere in December 2018 as the first in a new series of guidebooks on the neighborhoods of Italy’s most important cities.