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Blackness and Borderscapes: JCU Welcomes Dr. SA Smythe

On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 the Department of Communications and Media Studies hosted an encounter with Dr. SA Smythe. The event was organized in collaboration with JCU’s Queer Alliance and the Africans in the World Culture Club.

John Cabot University Open Day in Bari

John Cabot University received a special welcome on January 25th by the city of Bari, where the Mayor’s office hosted professor Michèle Favorite to speak in the beautiful Sala Consiliare to a group of high school students from all over the region of Puglia.

Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner Discusses Posthumanism in Stuttgart

John Cabot Philosophy Professor Stefan Lorenz Sorgner was invited to discuss the “Total Work of Art, Posthuman Music, and the Future of the Arts” with the ground-breaking contemporary composer Sven Helbig at the Future Laboratory Music in Stuttgart.

Promoting Education in Africa: International Affairs Major Ifeoma Anyigor

Ifeoma Anyigor is an International Affairs major with minors in Entrepreneurship and Humanistic Studies. Hailing from Nigeria, she is the author of a book titled 'Think Home Africans.'

Mind Over Matter: Psychology Professor Nicola Petrocchi

Professor Nicola Petrocchi, Ph.D, Psy.D, is a licensed CBT psychotherapist and student counselor. During his international Ph.D in Psychology and Social Neuroscience, he conducted research on the effect of Loving Kindness Meditation (LKM) on mild depression.

Student Karima 2G Publishes Article in Corriere della Sera Newspaper

Communications and Political Science student Karima 2G published an article in the Corriere della Sera, one of Italy's major newspapers. She discusses racism, stereotypes, and how she uses her music to combat prejudice.

JCU Presents 2017 Continuing Education Closing Ceremony

On Monday, January 8, John Cabot University hosted a ceremony in honor of 65 Continuing Education students who completed their programs at the university.

JCU Welcomes Spring 2018 Students

The John Cabot University community is pleased to welcome our new and returning degree-seeking and study abroad students to campus for Spring 2018.

Second Spring School on Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism

John Cabot University and UNICRI are pleased to announce the second edition of the Spring School on Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism.

Mixing Business and Play: Professor Silvia Pulino Presents KidsUP!

Under the tutelage of Silvia Pulino, Director of John Cabot’s Institute for Entrepreneurship and Professor of Business Administration, six ten-year-old entrepreneurs created their own company, KidsUP!, starting with an idea and developing it through design, production, marketing, and sales.

4m2 Gallery: a Professional Art Space Inside JCU

Launched in 2013, the 4m2 Gallery is the first art space at JCU and is entirely managed and curated by the student-led Art History Society.

JCU Honored with Two AIF Adriano Olivetti Awards

JCU has been awarded the 1st prize for educators AIF “Adriano Olivetti”and the 2nd prize in the field of “Export & Internationalization.”

Alumna Fatema Basrai Featured in Forbes “30 Under 30 Education” List

Fatema Basrai studied abroad at John Cabot University during the 2008-2009 academic year.

John Cabot University Career Fair Featured in RAI News Program

On Friday, November 10, the JCU Center for Career Services hosted the second Career Fair of the Fall 2017 Semester. Over 70 company representatives from the university’s 500+ partner organizations participated in the event to offer jobs, internships, and career advising.

Expression through Music: Student Karima 2G Teaches Elementary School Children

Student Karima 2G started teaching at primary school Carlo Pisacane, in Rome, for the project “Laboratori di autonarrazione per giovani apprendisti.”

Continuing Education Students Visit the Vatican Restoration Laboratory

The students of the Continuing Education course in “Management and Digitization of Cultural Heritage” visited the Painting and Wood Material Restoration Laboratory of the Vatican Museums on Thursday, November 9.