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Italian Excellence and Art: JCU Welcomes MACRO Director Luca Lo Pinto

Italian Excellence and Art: JCU Welcomes MACRO Director Luca Lo Pinto

On March 25, 2021, JCU Marketing Professor Antonella Salvatore welcomed Luca Lo Pinto, Director at MACRO (Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome), to her course “Made in Italy: the Italian Business Environment.”

Combining Filmmaking and Literature: Alumna Mariolina Castellaneta

Combining Filmmaking and Literature: Alumna Mariolina Castellaneta

Alumna Mariolina Castellaneta has recently been accepted for an M.A. in Directing at MetFilm School in Berlin, Germany. Mariolina graduated in 2020 with a degree in English Literature and a minor in Creative Writing.

Alumnus Dario Diofebi Publishes First Novel Paradise, Nevada

Alumnus Dario Diofebi Publishes First Novel Paradise, Nevada

Born and raised in Rome, alumnus Dario Diofebi graduated from La Sapienza University with a triennale and a specialistica degree in Comparative Literature. In the summer of 2015, Dario did a graduate creative writing workshop at JCU. He then went on to earn an MFA in Creative Writing at New York University. Dario recently published his novel Paradise, Nevada (Bloomsbury, 2021).

Institute of Future and Innovation Studies Announces AI Talk Live

Institute of Future and Innovation Studies Announces AI Talk Live

The JCU Institute of Future and Innovation Studies is pleased to announce the launch of the international collaboration, project, and monthly seminars series AI Talk Live.

Thinking Like an Italian: Alumnus Joseph Fontana

Thinking Like an Italian: Alumnus Joseph Fontana

Alumnus Joseph Fontana, who grew up on Long Island, New York, graduated from John Cabot University in 2020 with a degree in Italian Studies.

Human Rights and Peacekeeping Operations: Student Maria Young

Human Rights and Peacekeeping Operations: Student Maria Young

Maria Young is an International Affairs major with minors in Legal Studies and Economics. She’s currently doing a virtual internship at the Carabinieri's Centre of Excellence for Stability Police Units (CoESPU) in Vicenza, in the north of Italy.

Find your Road, Create your Space: Alumna Clarissa Cecchi

Find your Road, Create your Space: Alumna Clarissa Cecchi

Alumna Clarissa Cecchi (class of 2015) graduated from John Cabot with a major in Communications and a minor in Creative Writing. Before working as a Cybersecurity Information and Communication officer at the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium she was a trainee in the Events and Creative department at Verve International in Shanghai, China.

A Riveder le Stelle: Dante in the 21st Century 

A Riveder le Stelle: Dante in the 21st Century 

On the occasion of the 700th anniversary of poet Dante Alighieri’s death (1265-1321), JCU’s Modern Languages and Literature Department and English Language and Literature Department organized the online event “Dante in the 21st Century,” on April 7, 2021.

AMICAL Launches Grant Program in Memory of JCU Librarian Elisabetta Morani

AMICAL Launches Grant Program in Memory of JCU Librarian Elisabetta Morani

The AMICAL consortium has just launched the Elisabetta Morani Library Staff Development Fund grant program.  Elisabetta, JCU’s beloved Head Librarian, who passed away last November, was an active member of AMICAL, the consortium of American international liberal arts institutions, working together on common goals for libraries, technology, and learning.

John Cabot University Celebrates 2021 Student Award Winners

John Cabot University Celebrates 2021 Student Award Winners

John Cabot University’s annual Student Award Ceremony took place virtually on April 14, 2021. The awards honor graduating seniors for their academic and service excellence, acknowledging their exceptional contributions to the JCU community over the course of their student career.

Congratulations to Alumnus Stanislav Rudoi for Obtaining CFA Charter

Congratulations to Alumnus Stanislav Rudoi for Obtaining CFA Charter

Alumnus Stanislav Rudoi (Class of 2015, double major in Economics and Finance and Business Administration) recently earned his CFA Charter from the CFA Institute.

Digital Delights and Disturbances Lecture Series Presents “Queer Dada”

Digital Delights and Disturbances Lecture Series Presents “Queer Dada”

On March 30, the JCU Department of Communications hosted the second event in the Digital Delights and Disturbances Series: “Queer Dada.”

John Cabot University Welcomes Superior Court Judge Eric Z. Lucas

John Cabot University Welcomes Superior Court Judge Eric Z. Lucas

JCU Student Government, in partnership with Community Service, STAND, and the African Cultural Club, interviewed Eric Z. Lucas, the first African American judge of Snohomish County and Harvard Law School Graduate. 

John Cabot University Looks Confidently Toward Fall 2021

John Cabot University Looks Confidently Toward Fall 2021

John Cabot University is proud of the fact that thanks to the tireless efforts of the entire JCU community, we have ensured that all our students are safe and are receiving a high-quality education during these unprecedented times.

Fondazione Telethon: JCU Welcomes Fundraising Director Alessandro Betti

Fondazione Telethon: JCU Welcomes Fundraising Director Alessandro Betti

Professor Antonella Salvatore welcomed Alessandro Betti, Fundraising Director at Fondazione Telethon to her course “Principles of Marketing” on March 30, 2021.

Luxury with a Human Touch: JCU Welcomes Alumna Alessia Primavera

Luxury with a Human Touch: JCU Welcomes Alumna Alessia Primavera

On Tuesday, March 23, JCU welcomed alumna Alessia Primavera, Communication and PR Specialist at Mirta, an e-commerce platform that supports and connects Italian artisans with international clients.