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“In the Image of God:” Alumna Bianca Rondolino Presents Documentary at Torino Film Festival

“In the Image of God:” Alumna Bianca Rondolino Presents Documentary at Torino Film Festival

JCU alumna Bianca Rondolino presented her first film, “In the Image of God,” at the prestigious Torino Film Festival, which took place this year online from November 28-30.

Witchcraft Throughout History: A Lecture by Fabrizio Conti

Witchcraft Throughout History: A Lecture by Fabrizio Conti

John Cabot University's History and Humanities Department launched the “Humanisms and Beyond Lecture Series” with an online talk by History Professor Fabrizio Conti called “Classical Roots of Beliefs in Witchcraft: A Multidisciplinary Liberal Arts Topic.”

Alumni Ryan Anderson and Michela Cristiani on Nobel Peace Prize to World Food Programme

Alumni Ryan Anderson and Michela Cristiani on Nobel Peace Prize to World Food Programme

John Cabot University hosted an online roundtable on the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the UN Agency of the World Food Programme to celebrate the effort of two JCU alumni working in the organization. 

John Cabot University Mourns Loss of Beloved Head Librarian Elisabetta Morani

John Cabot University Mourns Loss of Beloved Head Librarian Elisabetta Morani

The entire John Cabot University community mourns the loss of Head Librarian Elisabetta Morani, who passed away on November 27.

John Cabot University Announces Summer 2021 Programs

John Cabot University Announces Summer 2021 Programs

John Cabot University is pleased to present our Summer 2021 programs. Choose from a variety of classes and earn transferable credits in the Eternal City.

Professor Silvia Scarpa Presents Paper at Conferences Organized by the “Universities’ Network for Children in Armed Conflicts”

Professor Silvia Scarpa Presents Paper at Conferences Organized by the “Universities’ Network for Children in Armed Conflicts”

JCU Professor Silvia Scarpa took part in the webinars on “Giving Hopes to Girl Children in Armed Conflict. A Joint Commitment from the Academic Community” held on November 16 and 20, 2020.

Assistant Director of Admissions Stefania Corrado on the Advantages of an International Education

Assistant Director of Admissions Stefania Corrado on the Advantages of an International Education

According to Stefania Corrado, students are understanding, now more than ever, how truly globalized our world is and how life-changing the JCU experience can be, especially in their professional lives.

Malafemmina: A New Podcast by Professor Chloé Barreau

Malafemmina: A New Podcast by Professor Chloé Barreau

JCU Communications Professor Chloé Barreau’s upcoming podcast Malafemmina will be released on Storytel on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Malafemmina tells the story of a friendship between a French filmmaker and a transgender artist in Rome.

Stories Waiting to be Told: Professor Chloé Barreau

Stories Waiting to be Told: Professor Chloé Barreau

Born and raised in Paris, Communications professor Chloé Barreau studied French literature at La Sorbonne. She is a freelance creative producer, writer, and filmmaker. In Spring 2021, Professor Barreau will be teaching DMA 328 Promotional Video.

Digital Research Skills: JCU Alumnus and Founder of Vanalize Dimitri Visnadi 

Digital Research Skills: JCU Alumnus and Founder of Vanalize Dimitri Visnadi 

Professor Antonella Salvatore’s Professional Skills for Career Development class welcomed Alumnus Dimitri Visnadi for an online talk on “Digital Research Skills” on November 20, 2020. 

Donating Without Spending: IFE Welcomes Entrepreneur Nicolò Santin

Donating Without Spending: IFE Welcomes Entrepreneur Nicolò Santin

The JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed Nicolò Santin, CEO and Co-Founder at Gamindo, for an online talk called ‘Gaming Your Way to Creating Social Value,’ on October 27, 2020.

JCU Presents Distinguished Alumni Award to Alexandria Maloney

JCU Presents Distinguished Alumni Award to Alexandria Maloney

John Cabot University’s Office of Development and Alumni Affairs is pleased to announce that Alexandria Maloney (Class of 2015) is the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award.

Professor Ieva Jākobsone Bellomi Chairs Panel for Italy Africa Business Week

Professor Ieva Jākobsone Bellomi Chairs Panel for Italy Africa Business Week

JCU Business professor, Ieva Jākobsone Bellomi, an expert in developing and emerging markets, was invited to take part in the fourth annual Italy Africa Business Week, which was held remotely from November 9 to 11, 2020.

Getting Market Ready: Latin & Code Co-founder Melissa Rautenberg

Getting Market Ready: Latin & Code Co-founder Melissa Rautenberg

On November 12, 2020, Professor Silvia Pulino, Director of the JCU Institute of Entrepreneurship hosted Senior Inbound Strategist and Latin & Code Co-founder Melissa Rautenberg for an online talk on how to be market ready for investors.

Department of Economics and Social Sciences Welcomes Investment Banking Advisor Claudio Cornini

Department of Economics and Social Sciences Welcomes Investment Banking Advisor Claudio Cornini

On November 17, the Department of Economics and Social Sciences welcomed Dr. Claudio Cornini, an investment banking advisor based in London, for a discussion with students and professors.

The Art of Caring About Others: JCU Welcomes Marianna Occhiuto

The Art of Caring About Others: JCU Welcomes Marianna Occhiuto

On November 6, John Cabot University’s Community Service Program hosted Alumna Marianna Occhiuto (Class of 2012), who talked about her experience in fundraising and how it changed her life.