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JCU Investment Club Travels to Malta

From November 22nd to November 25th 2012, the John Cabot Investment Club traveled to Malta, and had the opportunity of meeting with various hedge funds, asset management firms and brokerage firms in Valletta, Sliema and St. Julians. The Investment Club also visited the Malta Stock Exchange.

Featured Professor: Peter Sarram

Meet Professor Peter Sarram, and learn why the Communications Department at John Cabot University might be the right place for you!

Professor Carlos Dews’s Novel “Blood of the Lamb” Coming in August

The Summer 2013 catalog for Penguin/Blue Rider Books includes a two-page spread about the novel, which is the first of a series of books that Prof. Dews and Ms. Rozan will write for this publisher, using the pseudonym of Sam Cabot..

JLGBT-Straight Alliance Sponsors Fall Talent Show

On December 4th, JCU's LGBT-Straight Alliance Club hosted John Cabot's Fall Talent Show in partnership with the Multicultural Club and the Matthew.

JCU and Confcommercio Conference on Legality and Modernity

On November 28, 2012, the Headquarters of Confcommercio in Rome hosted the bilingual Conference "Exploring How Legality and Modernity Should Shape New Models of Sustainable Growth."

“Greek Night” Brings Ancient Culture of Food and Wine to JCU

The event was hosted by Professor Benedetta Bessi and her "Wine and the Culture of Drinking in Antiquity" students in the Aula Magna Regina.

Leibniz University of Hannover Welcomes Professor Lars Rensmann

JCU Political Science Professor Lars Rensmann gave a talk at Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany, on Thursday, November 22, 2012.

John Cabot University to Inaugurate Institute for Entrepreneurship

John Cabot University is pleased to announce the inauguration of the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship, which will take place on Monday, November 26th at 6.00pm in the Aula Magna Regina, John Cabot University, Via della Lungara 233.

Guarini Institute Presents Current Opportunities and Challenges for Mexico

The event was hosted by John Cabot University in conjunction with the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the Mexican Embassy in Rome.

JCU Board of Trustees Renews President Franco Pavoncello’s Mandate

John Cabot University is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to renew Dr. Franco Pavoncello's mandate as President for the next three years, until June of 2016.

Italy Reads Goes to Naples!

On Friday, 9 November six Italy Reads 2012 Volunteers together with JCU Prof. Elizabeth Geoghegan traveled to ISIS 'E. De Nicola' in Naples for the second visit between students in the framework of the Italy Reads 2012 program.

Edoardo Secchi, CEO of Italie France Group, Visits JCU

On Thursday the 8th of November Mr. Edoardo Secchi, Founder and CEO of "Italie France Group", came to visit JCU and to share information on his business experiences with interested students, faculty and staff.

JCU Community Celebrates Election Night

For the US Presidential Election of 2012, John Cabot University hosted a very special Election Night Party

JCU Presents Minor in Entrepreneurship

The Business Administration Department and the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship are pleased to announce the introduction of a Minor in Entrepreneurship.

Guarini Institute Welcomes Senator Ignazio Marino

On October 30th, Italian Senator Ignazio Marino of the Partito Democratico spoke to John Cabot University students and professors about the U.S. presidential election and how the decisions made by American voters impact the world. The discussion, which was held in the JCU cafeteria, was opened by Professor Argentieri, Director [...]

President Franco Pavoncello Quoted in International Media on Election

John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek Television on the recent regional vote in Sicily and the outlook for Prime Minister Mario Monti's government.