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Professor Nicola Petrocchi Selected for the APS 2020 Young Investigator Colloquium

Professor Nicola Petrocchi Selected for the APS 2020 Young Investigator Colloquium

Professor Nicola Petrocchi has been selected as a Scholar for the APS 2020 Young Investigator Colloquium by The American Psychosomatic Society. The purpose of this event is to encourage the development of innovative and impactful psychosomatic research by bringing together the expertise of senior APS mentors with the innovative research ideas of postgraduate trainees.

Crack Me Up: A Talk by Arts Journalist Gabriella Coslovich

Crack Me Up: A Talk by Arts Journalist Gabriella Coslovich

"Crack Me Up" is the title of Gabriella Coslovich's latest book. It is an autobiographical collection of short scenes that explores the tensions related to gender expectations in Australian and Italian families.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Tribute to Emma Alatri Filmed at JCU

International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Tribute to Emma Alatri Filmed at JCU

On the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, RAI, Italy’s State television, will broadcast a tribute to beloved teacher Emma Alatri (1926-2018), filmed at the Tiber Campus, where she had taught through 1979, long before it became part of JCU.

Feasting on Words: English Professor Alex Gregor

Feasting on Words: English Professor Alex Gregor

Professor Alex Gregor was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He teaches in the Department of English Language and Literature at John Cabot University and is one of the founding editors of OOMPH! Press, an international literary press publishing contemporary poetry and short prose in translation. A writer and editor, he recently published the poetry collection The Pollen Path (Radioactive Cloud, 2019).

Stardust Memories: Professor Barreau to Launch Documentary Podcast on Trastevere

Stardust Memories: Professor Barreau to Launch Documentary Podcast on Trastevere

John Cabot University professor Chloé Barreau is launching a 4 episode documentary podcast entitled “Stardust Memories.” The series will be aired on RAI Radio 3, an Italian public radio broadcaster distributed by RAI (Italian radio-television dealership company) starting on January 27 at 7:50 pm.

Professor Thomas Aichner Becomes Associate Editor of the Journal of Global Marketing

Professor Thomas Aichner Becomes Associate Editor of the Journal of Global Marketing

Thomas Aichner, Associate Professors of Marketing at John Cabot University, recently took on a new leadership role at the Journal of Global Marketing, a recognized international journal published by Taylor & Francis. Thomas Aichner, who has been a member of the Editorial Review Board since January 2017, is the new Associate Editor Western Europe and will be responsible to coordinate all submissions from this region.

Welcome to Spring 2020 Semester at JCU

Welcome to Spring 2020 Semester at JCU

The John Cabot University community is pleased to welcome new and returning students to our Spring 2020 semester. There are about 1290 enrolled undergraduate freshmen, transfers, study abroad students, gap year students, and freshmen abroad.

JCU’s Initial Self Evaluation Report Accepted by AACSB Initial Accreditation Committee

JCU’s Initial Self Evaluation Report Accepted by AACSB Initial Accreditation Committee

JCU is proud to announce that the Initial Accreditation Committee of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accepted the University’s Initial Self Evaluation Report in November 2019 with the recommendation to begin the process of preparing for a peer review team visit. 

Frohring Foundation Makes Generous Donation to John Cabot University

Frohring Foundation Makes Generous Donation to John Cabot University

President Franco Pavoncello is pleased to announce that the Paul and Maxine Frohring Foundation has donated $700,000 to John Cabot University. Established in 1958, the Frohring Foundation, which has long been a generous benefactor of John Cabot University, is an independent foundation whose focus is on higher education, conservation, and social outreach. Paula Frohring, daughter of the Foundation’s founders, is a beloved Trustee of JCU.

The Alumni Factor: Why Giving Back Matters

The Alumni Factor: Why Giving Back Matters

The importance of Alumni Giving: the many reasons why former students should consider making a gift to John Cabot University.

At Home with Art: Alumna Eleonora Savorelli

At Home with Art: Alumna Eleonora Savorelli

Alumna Eleonora Savorelli, who majored in Art History, is currently living in Milan, where she is pursuing her M.A. in Visual Art and Curatorial Studies.

Art as Communication: JCU Welcomes Jonathan Dumont of World Food Programme

Art as Communication: JCU Welcomes Jonathan Dumont of World Food Programme

JCU welcomed Jonathan Dumont, Head of Television Communications at the World Food Progamme, for a lecture on Art as Communication on December 2, 2019.

A Conversation with JCU Alumna and New York Times Staff Writer Tariro Mzezewa

A Conversation with JCU Alumna and New York Times Staff Writer Tariro Mzezewa

The JCU Department of Communications hosted a conversation with alumna and New York Times staff writer Tariro Mzezewa on December 2, 2019.

JCU Web Team Awarded Siteimprove 2019 Certificate for Web Excellence

JCU Web Team Awarded Siteimprove 2019 Certificate for Web Excellence

The John Cabot University Web Communications team has been awarded the Sitemprove Certificate for Web Excellence 2019.

A Doll’s House with Pornography: JCU Welcomes Artist Antonia Hernández

A Doll’s House with Pornography: JCU Welcomes Artist Antonia Hernández

The John Cabot University Department of Communications welcomed artist Antonia Hernández, PhD fellow at Concordia University in Canada, for a conversation on "Maintenance Pornography."