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Professor Eleonora Diamanti Presents Multi-media Art Installation in Montreal

Professor Eleonora Diamanti Presents Multi-media Art Installation in Montreal

On March 2, Professor Eleonora Diamanti presented a new multi-media art installation titled “Ascendence” during the Montreal Nuit Blanche event, in Montreal, Canada.

New Challenges: Meet Alumna Valentina Gozzi

New Challenges: Meet Alumna Valentina Gozzi

Originally from Modena, Valentina Gozzi graduated from JCU in 2023 with a B.A. in Business Administration and a minor in Mathematic.

“How Does Music Make Us Emotional?” JCU Welcomes Professor Davide Nardo

“How Does Music Make Us Emotional?” JCU Welcomes Professor Davide Nardo

John Cabot University welcomed Professor Davide Nardo for a talk called “How does Music make us Emotional?” on February 15.

Appreciating Differences: Student Miriam Barzaghi

Appreciating Differences: Student Miriam Barzaghi

Miriam Barzaghi is a JCU student pursuing a B.A. in Art History. Miriam is currently participating in JCU’s Direct Exchange program, and she is studying abroad at the University of San Diego.

Feeling at Home: Student Giuseppe Musto

Feeling at Home: Student Giuseppe Musto

Giuseppe Musto is a JCU student pursuing a B.A. in Business Administration. Giuseppe is currently participating in JCU’s Direct Exchange program, and he is studying abroad at the University of Miami.

Jazz and Poetry: A Tribute to the Beat Generation with Elisabetta Antonini

Jazz and Poetry: A Tribute to the Beat Generation with Elisabetta Antonini

On February 19, John Cabot University welcomed jazz singer and composer Elisabetta Antonini for a lecture/performance entitled “Jazz and Poetry: A Tribute to the Beat Generation.”

Italy Reads Celebrates Spoon River Anthology’s Impact on Italian Culture

Italy Reads Celebrates Spoon River Anthology’s Impact on Italian Culture

On February 1, JCU hosted an Italy Reads event called “Edgar Lee Masters’s Spoon River Anthology – The Italian Perspective.”

An Archaeological Excavation on the JCU Terrace

An Archaeological Excavation on the JCU Terrace

On February 6, 2024, Professor Jens Koehler’s Archaeology of the Ancient Mediterranean World class carried out their first archaeological excavation

Everything to Gain: Student Rhoda Basoah

Everything to Gain: Student Rhoda Basoah

Rhoda Basoah is a JCU student pursuing a B.A. in Psychological Science with a minor in International Affairs. She is currently studying abroad at Rider University in New Jersey.

Community Feel: Meet Student Dafne Cunillé Rentería

Community Feel: Meet Student Dafne Cunillé Rentería

Dafne Cunillé Rentería is a Junior at JCU majoring in Communications with a double minor in Art and Design and Digital Media Arts and Production.

Professor Anna Mauceri Trimnell Edits Poetry Collection

Professor Anna Mauceri Trimnell Edits Poetry Collection

Professor of Italian Anna Mauceri Trimnell recently edited a collection of previously unpublished poetry and prose by Jolanda Insana.

JCU Hosts Discussion on Food Security and Nutrition

JCU Hosts Discussion on Food Security and Nutrition

John Cabot University hosted a discussion on the main issues surrounding food security and nutrition on February 7, 2023.

John Cabot University Wins Two Awards for Excellence in Study Abroad

John Cabot University Wins Two Awards for Excellence in Study Abroad

John Cabot University is pleased to announce that it has received two awards for Excellence in Study Abroad.

Finding Your Why: Professor Thomas Hope

Finding Your Why: Professor Thomas Hope

Born in London, Professor Thomas Hope joined JCU’s Department of Psychological and Social Sciences in 2023.

Rare Skills: MA Alumnus Bernat Racz

Rare Skills: MA Alumnus Bernat Racz

MA alumnus Bernat Racz is currently pursuing a PhD in Late Antique, Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the Central European University.

Guarini Institute Roundtable: Views on Current Conflicts from Balkans, Baltics, and Budapest

Guarini Institute Roundtable: Views on Current Conflicts from Balkans, Baltics, and Budapest

On January 29, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs held its 2024 inaugural roundtable event titled “Views on Current Conflicts from the Balkans, Baltics, and Budapest.”

Art History MA Students Reflect on their Teaching and Museum Internships  

Art History MA Students Reflect on their Teaching and Museum Internships  

John Cabot University’s Master of Arts (MA) in Art History offers students the opportunity to work as teaching assistants as well as conduct first-hand research in the museums, monuments, and archeological sites of Rome. 

Leaving a Mark: Meet Student Valeria Reyes Garcia

Leaving a Mark: Meet Student Valeria Reyes Garcia

Originally from Cancun, Mexico, Valeria Reyes Garcia is studying Psychological Science with a minor in Legal Studies. She is President of the Women’s Leadership Initiative, site leader with the JCU Community Service Program, and on the cheerleading team.

Backstage Magic: Meet Student Kaitlyn Meule

Backstage Magic: Meet Student Kaitlyn Meule

Originally from Pennsylvania, Kaitlyn Meule is a second-year student at John Cabot University majoring in Art History.

Professor Rosa Filardi Publishes New Book of Short Stories

Professor Rosa Filardi Publishes New Book of Short Stories

John Cabot University Italian Language and Theater professor Rosa Filardi recently published Lo Straordinario della vita (The Extraordinary in Life, Macabor publisher, 2023).