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Edoardo Secchi, CEO of Italie France Group, Visits JCU

On Thursday the 8th of November Mr. Edoardo Secchi, Founder and CEO of "Italie France Group", came to visit JCU and to share information on his business experiences with interested students, faculty and staff.

JCU Community Celebrates Election Night

For the US Presidential Election of 2012, John Cabot University hosted a very special Election Night Party

JCU Presents Minor in Entrepreneurship

The Business Administration Department and the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship are pleased to announce the introduction of a Minor in Entrepreneurship.

Guarini Institute Welcomes Senator Ignazio Marino

On October 30th, Italian Senator Ignazio Marino of the Partito Democratico spoke to John Cabot University students and professors about the U.S. presidential election and how the decisions made by American voters impact the world. The discussion, which was held in the JCU cafeteria, was opened by Professor Argentieri, Director [...]

President Franco Pavoncello Quoted in International Media on Election

John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek Television on the recent regional vote in Sicily and the outlook for Prime Minister Mario Monti's government.

Roma International: Critical Issues and Advantages

As part of Rome's Festival of Diplomacy, the Guarini Institute of Public Affairs presented the findings of a major field research project, Roma International: Critical Issues and Advantages. In the Sala Pietro da Cortona at the Campidoglio, a small team of young scholars presented their findings on Rome's international [...]

Guarini Institute Presents: 20 Years of Humanitarian Intervention

On October 15th 2012 the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs was honored to host a discussion on the last 20 years of humanitarian intervention.

Dr. Vasiliki Kynourgiopoulou: Antiquities Trafficking in the Mediterranean

The talk examined the history and current situation of antiquities trafficking by organized criminal groups destined for museums and private collectors.

JCU Participates in U.S. Embassy in Rome’s International Conference

John Cabot University contributed to the U.S. Embassy - Rome's international conference on Piracy and Counterfeiting in a Digital Environment: U.S. and Italian Experiences.

JCU Alumna Mari Yoko Hara Wins Prestigious Rome Prize in Art History

Mari Yoko Hara, who earned her B.A. in Art History at John Cabot University, won the two-year pre-doctoral Rome Prize of the American Academy in Rome for 2012-2014 and is currently in residence at the Academy as a Rome Prize Fellow.

Higg’s Boson: A Discussion on the Discovery of “God’s Particle”

The Guarini Institute hosted a discussion on the newly discovered Higg’s Boson entitled “Boson Friend: A Discussion on the Discovery of ‘God’s Particle.’”

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Italian Daily “l’Opinione”

President Pavoncello, discusses, among other things, the merits of the American university system and how the concept of liberal arts education is making strides in Italy and the rest of the world.

Professor George Minot Publishes New Novel “Om Love”

Congratulations to Professor George Minot, whose new novel Om Love has been published by Random House! Om Love is a love story about a once-trendy artist who's lost his bearings and finds his life reinvigorated by his new yoga practice--and a certain barefooted yoga teacher.

Professor Anna Tuck-Scala Reviews Il Borghese e l’Antico Exhibition

The European Architectural History Network promotes the exchange of knowledge among scholars all over the world on the history of architecture in Europe.

Professor Carlos Dews to Co-write Two Novels with Award-Winning Mystery Author S.J. Rozan

The two authors recently signed a two-book deal with Penguin/Blue Rider.