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Professor Riccardo Maiolini Welcomes Founders of Vision Studio

Professor Riccardo Maiolini Welcomes Founders of Vision Studio

On November 6, Professor Riccardo Maiolini welcomed the founders of Vision Studio to his Strategic Decisions in Entrepreneurship class.

JCU Welcomes Milagros Miceli for a Talk on Ethical AI

JCU Welcomes Milagros Miceli for a Talk on Ethical AI

The JCU Department of Communication and Media Studies welcomed Milagros Miceli for a talk on ethical AI and data work.

Rome Celebrates John Fitzgerald Kennedy with a Photo Exhibition

Rome Celebrates John Fitzgerald Kennedy with a Photo Exhibition

Starting November 22, Rome will be hosting a photo exhibition to celebrate 35th American President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

The Evolution of Targeted Killing: JCU Welcomes Simon Frankel Pratt

The Evolution of Targeted Killing: JCU Welcomes Simon Frankel Pratt

On October 30, JCU welcomed Lecturer at University of Melbourne Simon Frankel Pratt for a conversation on his book Normative Transformation and the War on Terrorism: The Evolution of Targeted Killing, Torture, and Private Military Contracting (Cambridge University Press, 2022).

Call For Papers “Rome in The Renaissance” International Conference

Call For Papers “Rome in The Renaissance” International Conference

John Cabot University will host the international conference “Rome in the Renaissance: Global Projections on Religious Identities and Dissent” on April 5 and 6, 2024. T

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Renews Advisory Council

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Renews Advisory Council

The Guarini Institute has recently renewed its Advisory Council to facilitate coordination among JCU faculty, departments, and students.

Reducing Food Waste: JCU Welcomes Andrea Petrini Rossi from Too Good To Go

Reducing Food Waste: JCU Welcomes Andrea Petrini Rossi from Too Good To Go

JCU welcomed Andrea Petrini Rossi, Rome Sales Team Lead at Too Good To Go, for a talk on food waste and promoting responsible consumption.

Call for Abstracts: “Food, Family, and Justice” Conference

Call for Abstracts: “Food, Family, and Justice” Conference

Food is often produced, distributed, and consumed in families. What does this imply for food justice and justice in, of, and for the family?

Professor Carlos Dews Delivers Keynote Address at American Literature Society of Japan Conference

Professor Carlos Dews Delivers Keynote Address at American Literature Society of Japan Conference

On October 22, JCU Professor Carlos Dews delivered the keynote address at the annual meeting of the American Literature Society of Japan.

Positive Influence: Book Presentation by Hsieh & Kong

Positive Influence: Book Presentation by Hsieh & Kong

The Frank J. Guarini School of Business and the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed authors Tsun-Yan Hsieh and Huijin Kong for a presentation of their new book "Positive Influence: The First and Last Mile of Leadership."

Viva New York: Book Presentation by Gianluca Galletto

Viva New York: Book Presentation by Gianluca Galletto

JCU welcomed Gianluca Galletto, an expert in urban technology, innovation, and foreign investment, to present his new book Viva New York.

JCU Welcomes Ridaje Founders Di Ciaccio and Mongelli

JCU Welcomes Ridaje Founders Di Ciaccio and Mongelli

On October 16, Lorenzo Di Ciaccio and Luca Mongelli, co-founders of the startup Ridaje, were guests in Professor Versari's Social Entrepreneurship course.

Meet JCU International Affairs Student Liliana Ferreri

Meet JCU International Affairs Student Liliana Ferreri

JCU student Liliana Ferreri is majoring in International Affairs with two minors in Gender Studies and Legal Studies. She is president of STAND and a RA at JCU.

Embracing New Opportunities: Student Francesco Albano

Embracing New Opportunities: Student Francesco Albano

Originally from Rome, Francesco Albano is a senior pursuing a double degree in International Business and International Affairs.

Uncivil War: Author Huw Bennett on the Northern Irish Conflict

Uncivil War: Author Huw Bennett on the Northern Irish Conflict

On October 25, Professor Tholens welcomed author Huw Bennett to discuss about his newly released book "Uncivil War: The British Army and the Troubles, 1966-1975."

Kushlan Lectures in Environmental Conservation Kicks Off with “The Challenges of COP 28”

Kushlan Lectures in Environmental Conservation Kicks Off with “The Challenges of COP 28”

JCU is pleased to kick off the Kushlan Lecture Series in Environmental Conservation with “The Challenges of COP 28” on November 22, 2023.

The Truth of Others: JCU Welcomes Author Giancarlo Bosetti

The Truth of Others: JCU Welcomes Author Giancarlo Bosetti

On October 25, JCU welcomed Giancarlo Bosetti for a talk entitled “The Truth of Others: Cultural Pluralism and the History of Tolerance."

Google News Initiative: Fighting Misinformation and Fake News

Google News Initiative: Fighting Misinformation and Fake News

JCU welcomed award-winning journalist and Google Teaching Fellow Gabriele Cruciata, to discuss misinformation and fake news. The talk was organized by the Office of Student Services in collaboration with the Google News Initiative, a project launched in 2018 by Google to help train journalists to deal with the flood of fake news and misinformation that pervades the digital world.

JCU Welcomes Paolo Cirio for a Talk on Internet Hacktivism

JCU Welcomes Paolo Cirio for a Talk on Internet Hacktivism

John Cabot University welcomed Italian artist, activist and hacker Paolo Cirio for a talk called “Internet Hacktivism and the Art of (Digital) Defiance” on October 19, 2023.

Student Delegation Participates in World Food Forum at FAO

Student Delegation Participates in World Food Forum at FAO

A delegation of JCU students participated in the team of young journalists and delegates at the third World Food Forum Flagship Event organized by the FAO at its Rome headquarters.