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Meet Italian Studies Major Isabel Kaplan

Meet Italian Studies Major Isabel Kaplan

Originally from Seattle, Washington, student Isabel Kaplan is an Italian Studies major and a Psychology minor.

JCU Students Participate in Villa Pamphili Environmental Cleanup

JCU Students Participate in Villa Pamphili Environmental Cleanup

On Friday, April 12, the Office of Community Service organized an environmental cleanup at Villa Doria Pamphili in Rome.

John Cabot University Celebrates 2024 Student Award Winners

John Cabot University Celebrates 2024 Student Award Winners

John Cabot University held its annual Student Awards Ceremony on the Secchia Terrace on April 18, 2024.

John Cabot University Hosts Admitted Students Day 2024

John Cabot University Hosts Admitted Students Day 2024

On Saturday, April 13, 2024, the John Cabot University Admissions Office hosted the Admitted Students Day.

Shifting Narratives: Student Nicolette Alexandra Brito-Cruz

Shifting Narratives: Student Nicolette Alexandra Brito-Cruz

Nicolette Alexandra Brito-Cruz is a photographer and first-generation Dominican-American student from Rutgers University.

Find What Brings You Joy: Alumnus Nicholas Ciniglio

Find What Brings You Joy: Alumnus Nicholas Ciniglio

Originally from Rhode Island, alumnus Nicholas Ciniglio is currently working as Residence Director (RD) at JCU.

History Professor Fabrizio Conti Interviewed by Identity Style Magazine

History Professor Fabrizio Conti Interviewed by Identity Style Magazine

JCU History Professor Fabrizio Conti was recently interviewed by Identity Style, a Milan-based fashion and lifestyle magazine.

Institute of Future and Innovation Studies Director Francesco Lapenta Presents Report at UN Event

Institute of Future and Innovation Studies Director Francesco Lapenta Presents Report at UN Event

Francesco Lapenta, Director of the JCU Institute of Future and Innovation Studies, recently presented a report at a UN Event in Brussels.

JCU Alumna Donnatella Bove Parra on the Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela  

JCU Alumna Donnatella Bove Parra on the Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela  

On April 4, the Office of Community Service invited JCU Alumna Donnatella Bove Parra to speak about the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.

Building Connections: Student Sofija Kaluderovic

Building Connections: Student Sofija Kaluderovic

Originally from Montenegro, Sofija Kaluderovic is a junior at John Cabot, double majoring in International Affairs and Economics and Finance.

JCU Welcomes Professor Vladan Joler for a Talk on Critical Cartography

JCU Welcomes Professor Vladan Joler for a Talk on Critical Cartography

John Cabot University welcomed Professor Vladan Joler for a talk called “Critical Cartography of Technology and Power Across Space and Time,” on April 3, 2024.

JCU Students and Junior Entrepreneurs Participate in Innovation Training Summit

JCU Students and Junior Entrepreneurs Participate in Innovation Training Summit

JCU students Robert Savu and Sara Grandi recently participated in the Innovation Training Summit, held at the Auditorium della Conciliazione in Rome on March 21 and 22, 2024.

JCU Welcomes Professor Jian Zhang for a Talk on Governing a Plateaued China

JCU Welcomes Professor Jian Zhang for a Talk on Governing a Plateaued China

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs welcomed Professor Jian Zhang for a lecture titled “Governing a Plateaued China: Exploring the Paradigm Shift of CCP State,” on March 7, 2024.

Growing a Community: Student Sebastian Terrazas

Growing a Community: Student Sebastian Terrazas

Born and raised in Mexico City, Sebastian Terrazas is a junior at JCU double majoring in Classical Studies and Art History.

John Cabot University Opens its Doors for “Open House Roma 2024”

John Cabot University Opens its Doors for “Open House Roma 2024”

John Cabot University is honored to announce that it has been selected to take part in Open House Roma 2024, an international initiative aimed at opening the doors to little-known architectural treasures of the city.

UN Reporting on Climate Change: A Talk with UNESCO’s Jan Lundius and Journalist Umar Manzoor Shah

UN Reporting on Climate Change: A Talk with UNESCO’s Jan Lundius and Journalist Umar Manzoor Shah

On March 27, 2024, two experts were invited to JCU for an online lecture/discussion on their findings on climate change.

Professor Vanda Wilcox Appointed Co-Editor of First World War Studies Journal

Professor Vanda Wilcox Appointed Co-Editor of First World War Studies Journal

JCU is pleased to announce that history professor Vanda Wilcox has been appointed as co-editor of First World War Studies, the only scholarly journal dedicated to WWI, published by Taylor & Francis.

Alumna Anna Bottinelli Featured in Christie’s Article on Influential Women in the Art World

Alumna Anna Bottinelli Featured in Christie’s Article on Influential Women in the Art World

Class of 2010 alumna Anna Bottinelli was featured in Christie’s article “6 influential women on building a more equitable art world and the trailblazers who inspire them,” published on March 27, 2024.

A Life-Changing Move: Student Sadie Dunham

A Life-Changing Move: Student Sadie Dunham

Originally from Ouray, Colorado, Sadie Dunham is a junior majoring in International Business and minoring in English Literature.

IFE Announces Winners of Spring 2024 Elevator Pitch Competition

IFE Announces Winners of Spring 2024 Elevator Pitch Competition

The JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship announced the winners of the Spring 2024 edition of the Elevator Pitch Competition.