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JCU and UNICRI Announce Ninth Edition of Summer School on Migration and Human Rights

JCU and UNICRI Announce Ninth Edition of Summer School on Migration and Human Rights

JCU, in collaboration with UNICRI, is happy to announce the ninth edition of the Summer School on Migration and Human Rights, which will be delivered from July 8 to 12, 2024.

Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner Featured on Fortune Italia

Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner Featured on Fortune Italia

John Cabot University Philosophy Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner was recently featured on Fortune Italia’s December-January issue.

An Open Heart and Mind: Student Ana Ionescu

An Open Heart and Mind: Student Ana Ionescu

Student Ana Ionescu is double majoring in Art History and Psychological Science, with a minor in Art and Design. She is the President of the Studio Art and Design Club.

Alumna Laura R. Weinstein Gives Talk at Naples National Archaeological Museum

Alumna Laura R. Weinstein Gives Talk at Naples National Archaeological Museum

MA in Art History alumna Laura Weinstein was invited to the Naples National Archaeological Museum on November 30, 2023, to give a talk about the subject of her JCU master's thesis.

Professor Fabrizio Conti Invited to Give Lecture at Iowa State University

Professor Fabrizio Conti Invited to Give Lecture at Iowa State University

JCU History Professor Fabrizio Conti has recently been invited to Iowa State University in the U.S. to give a lecture on the past, present and future of the Humanities.

MA in Art History Candidates Present Master’s Theses

MA in Art History Candidates Present Master’s Theses

On December 15 and 16, 2023, fifteen John Cabot University Master of Arts in Art History candidates presented their final theses.

JCU Hosts Alumni & Friends Holiday Celebration

JCU Hosts Alumni & Friends Holiday Celebration

JCU hosted an Alumni & Friends Holiday Celebration with over 40 members of the JCU community including faculty, staff, and friends.

JCU Hosts Transatlantic Policy Dialogues on Food Security

JCU Hosts Transatlantic Policy Dialogues on Food Security

On December 4, John Cabot University hosted a talk called “Food Security after Ukraine.” This was the second annual edition of the Transatlantic Policy Dialogues.

Meet Alumnus Ascanio Balbo di Vinadio

Meet Alumnus Ascanio Balbo di Vinadio

Alumnus Ascanio Balbo di Vinadio recently curated the book 'Longo. Dall'industria alle opere di Marco Angelini'.

Educating in Paradise: JCU Hosts Talk on American Higher Education in Italy

Educating in Paradise: JCU Hosts Talk on American Higher Education in Italy

John Cabot University hosted the event “Educating in Paradise, l’educazione superiore americana in Italia (American Higher Education in Italy),” on November 30, 2023.

Alumna Lizzy Mae van Son Receives Literary Prize

Alumna Lizzy Mae van Son Receives Literary Prize

Alumna Lizzy Mae van Son recently won the Premio Speciale Milano Donna at the Premio Letterario Milano International for her illustrated guidebook Check! The Balkans.

JCU Students and Professors Showcase Creative Writing Talent

JCU Students and Professors Showcase Creative Writing Talent

On December 5, the Fall 2023 Creative Writing Showcase took place in the Aula Magna, where students and professors read their work.

JCU Students Foster Leadership Dialogue with LUISS Students

JCU Students Foster Leadership Dialogue with LUISS Students

On November 17, 2023, a delegation of JCU student club leaders were invited to speak at Collegio Mazza, a residence hall for students of LUISS Guido Carli Business School, in Rome. 

Desire to Tell a Story: Meet Alumna Cecilia Palmeri

Desire to Tell a Story: Meet Alumna Cecilia Palmeri

JCU alumna Cecilia Palmeri graduated in 2020 with a Dual Degree Program in Communications with the Università degli Studi di Milano and is now pursuing her passion in documentary filmmaking.

JCU Announces Fall 2023 Triggering Change Competition Winners

JCU Announces Fall 2023 Triggering Change Competition Winners

JCU is pleased to announce the winners of the Fall 2023 Triggering Change Competition. This semester, the competition focused on UN Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 13.

JCU Welcomes Glenn D. Tiffert and Kevin R. Gamache for a Talk on Academic Research Security

JCU Welcomes Glenn D. Tiffert and Kevin R. Gamache for a Talk on Academic Research Security

On November 21, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted an event entitled “Challenges of Academic Research Security.”

Better Than It Sounds: Meet Student Nicole Di Maria

Better Than It Sounds: Meet Student Nicole Di Maria

Meet Nicole Di Maria, student of International Affairs and Legal Studies at JCU and part of the board of the International Relations Society and The Matthew.

Challenges of COP28 and Innovative Sources of Finance for the New Loss and Damage Fund

Challenges of COP28 and Innovative Sources of Finance for the New Loss and Damage Fund

On November 22nd, JCU welcomed Professor Benito Mueller and Dr. Federica Fricano for a talk entitled "Challenges of COP28 and Innovative Sources of Finance for the New Loss and Damage Fund."

Making the Most Out of the Experience: Student Gioia Kunst

Making the Most Out of the Experience: Student Gioia Kunst

Meet student Gioia Kunst, who is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Legal Studies, besides being orientation team leader and treasurer of the Women's Leadership Initiative.

Fear of the Wrong Image: JCU Welcomes Anna Engelhardt and Mark Cinkevich

Fear of the Wrong Image: JCU Welcomes Anna Engelhardt and Mark Cinkevich

JCU welcomed artists and researchers Anna Engelhardt and Mark Cinkevich for a talk called “Fear of the Wrong Image: The New Politics of Evidence.”