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JCU Trustee Frederick Vreeland Interviewed by Corriere della Sera on U.S. Election Results

JCU Trustee Frederick Vreeland Interviewed by Corriere della Sera on U.S. Election Results

The Corriere della Sera, one of Italy’s leading daily newspapers, recently interviewed JCU Trustee and former ambassador Frederick Vreeland, on the election of Joe Biden as President of the United States.

JCU Hosts Debate on the “Geopolitical Dimensions of the A.I. Race”

JCU Hosts Debate on the “Geopolitical Dimensions of the A.I. Race”

John Cabot University hosted an online roundtable called “The Global A.I. Race. Geopolitical Dimensions of the A.I. Race and the European Human-Centric Model,” on October 30, 2020.

The World of Venture Capitals: A Talk with Niccolò Sanarico, Investment Manager

The World of Venture Capitals: A Talk with Niccolò Sanarico, Investment Manager

Business Professor Riccardo Maiolini’s Strategic Decisions in Entrepreneurship class welcomed Niccolò Sanarico for a talk called “Introduction to Venture Capital: How VC Firms Evaluate an Investment Opportunity,” on November 5, 2020.

Ecomedia Literacy: Professor Antonio Lopez to Publish New Book

Ecomedia Literacy: Professor Antonio Lopez to Publish New Book

JCU Communications Professor and Department Chair Antonio Lopez’s new book Ecomedia Literacy: Integrating Ecology into Media Education (Routledge, 2020) will be published in late November.

Building a Brand Foundation: JCU Welcomes Brand Strategist Steven Picanza

Building a Brand Foundation: JCU Welcomes Brand Strategist Steven Picanza

JCU Business Administration Professor Silvia Pulino welcomed US Brand Strategy and Management expert Steven Picanza for a Zoom talk on building a solid Brand Foundation, on October 14, 2020.

Italy Reads: Professor Antonio Lopez on Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

Italy Reads: Professor Antonio Lopez on Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

On October 14, John Cabot’s Italy Reads program hosted JCU Department Chair and Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Antonio Lopez, who presented 'Silent Spring in 2020: What Rachel Carson Teaches Us About COVID-19 and the Climate Crisis.'

JCU to Offer Remote Course in English Language for University Studies in Spring 2021

JCU to Offer Remote Course in English Language for University Studies in Spring 2021

John Cabot University is pleased to announce that the English Language for University Studies (ENLUS-2) course will be offered remotely in Spring 2021, following the success of the Fall term’s online course.

John Cabot University Now Accepting Duolingo Test Results for English Proficiency

John Cabot University Now Accepting Duolingo Test Results for English Proficiency

John Cabot University’s Admissions Office is happy to announce that we are now accepting Duolingo Test Results.

JCU Alumnus Daryush Arabnia Elected President of UCIF Industrial Organization

JCU Alumnus Daryush Arabnia Elected President of UCIF Industrial Organization

John Cabot University alumnus Daryush Arabnia was recently elected President of UCIF (Unione Costruttori Impianti di Finitura), the Italian association of producers of automobile finishing plants.

Professor Thomas Aichner on 25 Years of Social Media

Professor Thomas Aichner on 25 Years of Social Media

JCU Marketing Professor Thomas Aichner recently published an article called “Twenty-Five Years of Social Media: A Review of Social Media Applications and Definitions from 1994 to 2019“ on Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., a leading independent publisher of scientific, technical, and medical content.

JCU Professor Silvia Scarpa Moderates Webinar on Hybrid Systems and the Crisis of Multilateralism

JCU Professor Silvia Scarpa Moderates Webinar on Hybrid Systems and the Crisis of Multilateralism

JCU Professor Silvia Scarpa moderated the webinar “The South-East passage: The age of hybrid systems and the crisis of multilateralism” on October 27, 2020.

Promoting Climate Action: JCU Hosts TEDxJohnCabotUniversity

Promoting Climate Action: JCU Hosts TEDxJohnCabotUniversity

John Cabot University had the pleasure of hosting TEDxJohnCabotUniversity on October 18, 2020, as part of the global launch of the TED Countdown initiative. The independently organized online event, licensed by  TED, featured members of the JCU community and TED Countdown Talks.

A Glimpse Into JCU: Second Academic Webinar Series

A Glimpse Into JCU: Second Academic Webinar Series

John Cabot University’s Admissions Office is happy to announce the second round of the Academic Webinar Series. Featuring alumni and current JCU professors, the series aims to help prospective students and parents get a special glimpse into the academics at JCU.

Student Artist Giggs Kgole to be Featured in London’s Signature African Art Gallery

Student Artist Giggs Kgole to be Featured in London’s Signature African Art Gallery

JCU Art History student and artist Giggs Kgole has been selected as one of 13 African artists to be featured in the Say My Name exhibition, which will be held from October 27 to November 28, 2020, at the Signature African Art gallery in London.

Institute of Future and Innovation Studies Participates in Messina/Taormina Conference

Institute of Future and Innovation Studies Participates in Messina/Taormina Conference

Francesco Lapenta, Founding Director of the JCU Institute of Future and Innovation Studies participated in "The Messina/Taormina Conference: The Future of Europe in the 21st Century," held from October 2 to 5, 2020.

Imagining a New Normal: JCU Welcomes Food Security Correspondent Thin Lei Win

Imagining a New Normal: JCU Welcomes Food Security Correspondent Thin Lei Win

John Cabot University Professor and Director of Institute for Entrepreneurship (IFE) Silvia Pulino welcomed journalist and food security correspondent Thin Lei Win from the Thomson Reuters Foundation on October 7, 2020, for an event called: “Imagining a New Normal.”