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Guarini Institute Welcomes Renowned Reporter Ann Louise Bardach

Guarini Institute Welcomes Renowned Reporter Ann Louise Bardach

On March 30th, the Guarini Institute had the pleasure of welcoming PEN-Award winning journalist Ann Louise Bardach to speak at the Aula Magna at John Cabot University.

Third Edition of Successful Textbook Presented at Polish Institute of Rome

Third Edition of Successful Textbook Presented at Polish Institute of Rome

On Wednesday March 25th, the Guarini Institute, along with several other cultural and diplomatic bodies, organized a panel at the Istituto Polacco to discuss the recently released third edition of “Central and East European Politics: From Communism to Democracy.”

Spring 2015 Career Fair a Great Success

Spring 2015 Career Fair a Great Success

Multinational companies, international organizations and not-for profit companies attended JCU Career Fair on March 27th.

JCU and UNICRI Present Summer School on Human Rights

JCU and UNICRI Present Summer School on Human Rights

This year, the session will run from July 6 to 10 and the topic will be Self-Determination, Group Rights and Individual Rights.

JCU Honors John Catsimatidis, Robert J. Del Tufo, and Natalia Quintavalle at 2015 New York City Gala

JCU Honors John Catsimatidis, Robert J. Del Tufo, and Natalia Quintavalle at 2015 New York City Gala

The 2015 John Cabot University New York Gala took place at the Union League Club on March 31. This is the third consecutive year that JCU has hosted a successful gala in New York.

Meet Study Abroad Alumna Alice Coyne

Meet Study Abroad Alumna Alice Coyne

A Journalism and Art History major from Freehold, New Jersey, Alice studied abroad at John Cabot University in Spring 2014.

JCU‬ IR Society Welcomes Dr. Themistoklis Demiris, Ambassador of Greece to Rome

JCU‬ IR Society Welcomes Dr. Themistoklis Demiris, Ambassador of Greece to Rome

On Tuesday, March 24th, The International Relations Society was pleased to host Dr. Themistoklis Demiris, the Greek ambassador to Italy, for a lecture entitled "The New Greek Government and the Challenges It Faces".

Imam Bashar Arafat Gives Talk on “Muslims in the United States and the American-European Dialogue”

Imam Bashar Arafat Gives Talk on “Muslims in the United States and the American-European Dialogue”

Imam Bashar Arafat Gives Talk on "Muslims in the United States and the American-European Dialogue."

JCU Welcomes Paula Lucas for a Lecture on Preventing Domestic Violence Abroad

JCU Welcomes Paula Lucas for a Lecture on Preventing Domestic Violence Abroad

On March 23, JCU welcomed Paula Lucas, CEO and founder of the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center (AODVC), for a lecture on "Weaving a Global Safety Net."

Professor Belényesi Participates in Prestigious Law Conference in Naples

Professor Belényesi Participates in Prestigious Law Conference in Naples

Prof. Belényesi discussed water supply liberalization at the Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II in Naples.

Meet Alumna Cinzia D’Alessandro

Meet Alumna Cinzia D’Alessandro

JCU Alumna Cinzia D'Alessandro about her experience in New York City.

The Guarini Institute Hosts a Panel Discussion on Tunisia and the Arab Spring

The Guarini Institute Hosts a Panel Discussion on Tunisia and the Arab Spring

Two days before the terrorist attack on the Bardo Museum in Tunis - three outstanding experts discussed the hopes and fears of the so far only successful episode of the Arab Spring.

The Institute of Creative Writing and Literary Translation Welcomes Poet Marianne Boruch

The Institute of Creative Writing and Literary Translation Welcomes Poet Marianne Boruch

On March 17, the JCU Institute of Creative Writing and Literary Translation hosted a poetry reading by Marianne Boruch.

Professor Bachrach’s Book “Glimpsing Heaven” Sells Over 50,000 Copies

Professor Bachrach’s Book “Glimpsing Heaven” Sells Over 50,000 Copies

Professor Judith Bachrach’s book Glimpsing Heaven, the Stories and Science of Life After Death, has sold over 50,000 copies since it was published in September 2014.

Professor Dews Receives Award for Italy Reads from the National Association of Italian School Principals

Professor Dews Receives Award for Italy Reads from the National Association of Italian School Principals

JCU professor Carlos Dews, founder and Director of the Italy Reads program was awarded the Premio Romei for commitment to the education of younger generations by the Italian National Association of School Principals and Professors

JCU Oxfam Banquet Raises Funds for the Fight to End World Hunger

JCU Oxfam Banquet Raises Funds for the Fight to End World Hunger

On March 11, over 85 students attended the JCU Oxfam Banquet, hosted by the Universities Fighting World Hunger Club (UFWH).