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Congratulations to Leonardo Quattrucci for his Acceptance to Oxford

Congratulations to Leonardo Quattrucci for his Acceptance to Oxford

"Thanks to the students, professors and opportunities I found at JCU, I have developed a global vision and solution-oriented analytical skills that will allow me to compete and thrive at Oxford and in any international context."

JCU Men’s Soccer Team Defeats Roma Tre 2-1: Go Gladiators!

JCU Men’s Soccer Team Defeats Roma Tre 2-1: Go Gladiators!

The Gladiators finished their spring semester regular season undefeated, with only 1 tie! They are the second seed in the Roman University's Champions league playoffs which start after spring break.

Rome Model United Nations 2013 a Success

Rome Model United Nations 2013 a Success

This past weekend the Rome Model United Nations, the largest such event to take place in a European country, was held from Thursday, March 7 until this past Monday, March 11.

JCU Presents International Symposium: Framing Anacletus II

JCU Presents International Symposium: Framing Anacletus II

Prominent scholars from all over Europe and the United States will gather in Rome in April for an International Symposium dedicated to the figure of Anacletus II, (Anti)Pope, 1130-1138

Introducing the New Aurelian Wing of JCU’s Frohring Library!

Introducing the New Aurelian Wing of JCU’s Frohring Library!

The newest addition to John Cabot University's Frohring Library, the Aurelian Wing, was inaugurated last month and has quickly become a favorite study space for our students.

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Bloomberg TV

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Bloomberg TV

John Cabot University President and professor of political science Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed by Bloomberg TV on the results of the Italian national elections.

President Franco Pavoncello Analyzes Italian Elections

President Franco Pavoncello Analyzes Italian Elections

John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed on the upcoming Italian national elections and the return to the scene of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.

“SORREASY for Madagascar” Charity Concert a Great Success

“SORREASY for Madagascar” Charity Concert a Great Success

On February 6, the club Students Taking Action Now Darfur (STAND) sponsored a concert to raise funds for food and medicine for the community of Mahajanga, Madagascar.

Featured Professor: Tijana Mamula

Featured Professor: Tijana Mamula

Meet Professor Tijana Mamula and learn about the Communication and Media Studies department at JCU! Tijana Mamula, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Communications, has been teaching at JCU since 2009. She received her Laurea degree from the University of Rome “La Sapienza,” and her M.A. and Ph.D from King’s College [...]

JCU MUN Society Hosts Conference for High School Students

JCU MUN Society Hosts Conference for High School Students

John Cabot's very own Model United Nations (MUN) Society is hosting the 3nd annual JCU MUN High School Conference from February 7th to 9th

JCU Visits the Casino Boncompagni Ludovisi Private Collection

JCU Visits the Casino Boncompagni Ludovisi Private Collection

On Friday, January 25, a group of JCU professors and students enjoyed a visit to the splendid Casino Boncompagni Ludovisi, located next to the Villa Borghese gardens

Jhumpa Lahiri to be Writer in Residence for Summer 2013

Jhumpa Lahiri to be Writer in Residence for Summer 2013

John Cabot University is proud to welcome Pulitzer Prize winning author Jhumpa Lahiri as this year's Writer in Residence at the 4th Annual Summer Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation, to be held from May 20th to June 21st.

Professor Tuck-Scala Publishes Groundbreaking Book on Vaccaro

Professor Tuck-Scala Publishes Groundbreaking Book on Vaccaro

JCU art history professor Anna Tuck-Scala recently published Andrea Vaccaro (Naples, 1604-1670): His Documented Life and Art, Naples, Paparo Edizioni. The product of many years of archival research, the book establishes Prof. Tuck-Scala as one of the top scholars in her field.

Students Lend Talent to Alberese Archaeological Field School

Students Lend Talent to Alberese Archaeological Field School

Students have recently applied their design skills to creating promotional material for the Alberese Archaeological Field School, organized in association with John Cabot University and the University of Sheffield.

President Franco Pavoncello Analyzes Political Situation for Euronews

President Franco Pavoncello Analyzes Political Situation for Euronews

John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello was recently interviewed by Euronews on the current political situation in Italy and the ambitions of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.

JCU Welcomes New and Returning Students to Spring 2013

JCU Welcomes New and Returning Students to Spring 2013

The John Cabot University faculty, staff, and student body are pleased to welcome new and returning degree-seeking and study abroad students for Spring 2013.