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The Spiritual Side of Peacekeeping: Alumna Devi Mohan

The Spiritual Side of Peacekeeping: Alumna Devi Mohan

Devi Mohan, who is from Montenegro, graduated from JCU with a major in International Affairs in 2003. She is a certified Yoga Instructor, director and senior teacher of the Himalayan School of Traditional Yoga, and the Global President of the internationally active charity ACT Foundation.

The Business of Space: Study Abroad Alumna Teresa Alessandro

The Business of Space: Study Abroad Alumna Teresa Alessandro

Teresa Alessandro, currently a New York State-Licensed Real Estate Broker in Manhattan, spent the summer of 2012 studying abroad at JCU.

Personality and Political Behavior: International Affairs Major Michela Maurizi

Personality and Political Behavior: International Affairs Major Michela Maurizi

Michela Maurizi is a senior International Affairs major and Psychology minor from Marche, Italy. Michela interned at the US Embassy in Rome and plans to pursue a career in International Security Studies.

Rethinking the Notion of Italy: Professor Federica Capoferri

Rethinking the Notion of Italy: Professor Federica Capoferri

Born in Brescia, Italy, Federica Capoferri is Associate Professor of Italian Language and Literature at JCU. In this interview, she talks about her latest book, an in-depth analysis of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s second movie, Mamma Roma (1962) and a wider discussion of Pasolini’s cinematic and literary art in the early sixties.

Human Rights Researcher: Alumna Chiara De Luca

Human Rights Researcher: Alumna Chiara De Luca

Alumna Chiara De Luca shares with us her fantastic experience at JCU, her dream job that she obtained after graduation, a few advices for students considering JCU, and some useful tips for graduating students.

Wonder, The Most Human Emotion: History Major Alice Costantino

Wonder, The Most Human Emotion: History Major Alice Costantino

JCU History major Alice Costantino talks about the Queer Alliance Club at JCU, her time in Copenhagen, and her plans for the future.

Tracing Your Roots: History Senior Nick Ciniglio

Tracing Your Roots: History Senior Nick Ciniglio

JCU senior Nick Ciniglio describes his love for Italy and its culture, what it means to study History today, and shares advice for incoming JCU students.

Continuity is Key: JCU Alumna Paola Scotto di Frega

Continuity is Key: JCU Alumna Paola Scotto di Frega

JCU Alumna Paola Scotto di Frega describes her time at JCU, shares advice for expected graduates, and explains her current position at PANTA RAY.

A Unique Combination: Study Abroad Student Jake Madeson

A Unique Combination: Study Abroad Student Jake Madeson

Jake Madeson is a senior at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. A double major in English and Marketing, Jake spent his Fall 2018 semester at John Cabot University.

Working the Field in South Sudan: Alumnus Joseph Astrella

Working the Field in South Sudan: Alumnus Joseph Astrella

Alumnus Joseph Astrella describes his JCU experience, his current life in South Sudan, and what he has planned for the future.

Running the Show: Communications Major Giulia Villanucci

Running the Show: Communications Major Giulia Villanucci

A Communications major at JCU, Giulia talks about her passion for video making, her position as Team Leader during Orientation, and where she sees herself in the future.

Embracing A Worldly View: English Literature Senior Giorgio Millesimi

Embracing A Worldly View: English Literature Senior Giorgio Millesimi

Giorgio Millesimi, an English Literature senior, tells us about his JCU experience, his views on the importance of studying literature today, and what he plans to do in the future.

Alumna Shaza Saker, Founder of Hummustown, on Employment for Refugee Integration

Alumna Shaza Saker, Founder of Hummustown, on Employment for Refugee Integration

JCU Alumna Shaza Saker was invited to discuss the key role of employment for refugee integration in the Italian context on November 20, 2018.

Global Course Connections Student Conference at JCU

Global Course Connections Student Conference at JCU

Students from Prof. Fabrizio Conti's course HS 235 The Birth of Medieval Europe and from Prof. Matthew Schoene’s course SOC 340 European Integration taught at Albion College, Michigan, met at John Cabot University for a Global Course Connection student conference on November 20, 2018. Students presented and discussed the topics they had been working on remotely in pairs throughout Fall 2018. The conference was sponsored by the Department of History and Humanities.

From One Conference to the Next: Double Major Isha Mandal

From One Conference to the Next: Double Major Isha Mandal

Political Science and International Business major Isha Mandal is a degree-seeking student from Kathmandu, Nepal. She actively participates in STAND, the Literature club, and is also an RA. Passionate about gender studies, law, and poetry, Isha has represented JCU in numerous conferences around Europe.  

The Talented Ms. Perez: Study Abroad Student Veronica Perez

The Talented Ms. Perez: Study Abroad Student Veronica Perez

Study abroad student Veronica Perez talks about her experience at JCU, life in Rome, and why she chose Italy as her study abroad destination.

Organized Crime and Life: JCU Welcomes Photographer Giovanni Izzo

Organized Crime and Life: JCU Welcomes Photographer Giovanni Izzo

John Cabot University welcomed photographer Giovanni Izzo, who screened his project The Domitiana: everyday organized crime and life on November 6, 2018.

Professor Carlos Dews on Carson McCullers Lecture Tour in Australia

Professor Carlos Dews on Carson McCullers Lecture Tour in Australia

JCU English professor Carlos Dews is currently on a lecture tour in Australia on American author Carson McCullers. On November 23, he will be at the University of New South Wales where he will be speaking about his ongoing project editing the Selected Letters of Carson McCullers.

The Girl Who Wrote Frankenstein: Fiona Sampson on Mary Shelley

The Girl Who Wrote Frankenstein: Fiona Sampson on Mary Shelley

John Cabot University concluded Frankenreads, the month-long international celebration of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, by hosting eminent British poet and writer, Fiona Sampson who discussed her latest book, In Search of Mary Shelley: The Girl Who Wrote Frankenstein.

Cybersecurity and Privacy: Professor Walter Arrighetti

Cybersecurity and Privacy: Professor Walter Arrighetti

Professor Walter Arrighetti, Lecturer in Cybersecurity, is currently teaching a course called BUS/CS 399 Special Topics in Business and Computer Science: Cybersecurity Management and Privacy.