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JCU Students Visit Legendary Cinecittà Film Studios

On Monday, July 23, Professor Carl Burgchardt's "Cinematic Rome" class visited Cinecittà, one of the most important sites in the history of world filmmaking.

JCU’s Introduction to Photojournalism Explores Different Worlds on Rome’s Streets

According to Professor Donald Winslow, "Rome is one of the most photogenic and amazing places in the world, the perfect location to teach photojournalism."

John Cabot University and UNICRI Launch Summer School on Human Rights

On Monday, July 23, John Cabot University and UNICRI, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, launched the Summer School on Human Rights.

JCU’s Institute in International Communication Debates Politics, Money and Social Media

On Wednesday, July 11, students, faculty and alumni came together to debate the role of money in enhancing and distorting political communication, in the first of the JCU Institute in International Communication's Summer 2012 series of events.

Professor Lopez Presents His Latest Book The Media Ecosystem

JCU Communications Professor Antonio Lopez today gave a special presentation of his latest book "The Media Ecosystem" (Evolver Editions) at San Francisco's Alexander Book Company.

Meet Alumna Silvia Dalla Torre, Class of 2012

Class of 2012 Alumna Silvia della Torre shares her experience with UBS in Zurich after graduating from John Cabot University.

President Pavoncello Elected “Friend for Special Merits” of Italy’s National Academy of Sciences

The title of "Friend for Special Merits" is bestowed upon individuals who have made an important contribution to the Academy or the Association. President Pavoncello was recognized for his special role in establishing closer relationships between the Academy and the Italian-American community.

Faculty Development Funds Awarded for the Academic Year 2011-2012

JCU Vice President and Academic Dean Mary Merva is pleased to report that JCU faculty development funds continue to support the professional development of an outstanding group of faculty.

John Cabot University Press Presents “The Irish Fairy Tale”

A Narrative Tradition from the Middle Ages to Yeats and Stephens, by Vito Carrassi, Translated by Kevin Wren

John Cabot University Welcomes Summer Session II Students!

Students who hail from all across the USA and from around the world, are being welcomed at Fiumicino Airport by JCU staff and Student Ambassadors.

Study Abroad Student Alethea Stolzfus Testimonial

Read the testimonial that Alethea Stoltzfus, a visiting student at John Cabot University in 2012, wrote forher home school's paper, the Suffolk Voice.

President Pavoncello Quoted in Time Magazine and Wall Street Journal

President Pavoncello was recently quoted in Time Magazine in a feature on Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti's difficult position.

Joyce Carol Oates Interviewed by Two Major Italian Newspapers

Ms. Oates was recently interviewed by two major Italian newspapers, La Stampa and Il Messaggero.

Pinhole Photography Class Brings Students Back to the Basics

Can you take a photograph with a cola can? What about a coffee can? Or, a small paper box? Professor Bill Pettit's Pinhole Photography class can and did during John Cabot University's Summer Session I in Rome.

President Pavoncello Featured in Wall Street Journal Article on Euro-Zone Crisis

JCU President Franco Pavoncello was recently featured in an article in the Wall Street Journal about the euro-zone debt crisis, and more specifically the tension between Germany and Mediterranean countries such as Spain, Italy and France over proposed rescue plans.

Invisible Superwomen Documents Female Entrepreneurship in Italy

On Thursday, June 7th, John Cabot University's Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed Italian writer and entrepreneur Mariarosy Calleri, for a screening of "Invisible Super Women", which she wrote and directed, followed by a panel discussion.