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JCU Participates in U.S. Embassy in Rome’s International Conference

JCU Participates in U.S. Embassy in Rome’s International Conference

John Cabot University contributed to the U.S. Embassy - Rome's international conference on Piracy and Counterfeiting in a Digital Environment: U.S. and Italian Experiences.

JCU Alumna Mari Yoko Hara Wins Prestigious Rome Prize in Art History

JCU Alumna Mari Yoko Hara Wins Prestigious Rome Prize in Art History

Mari Yoko Hara, who earned her B.A. in Art History at John Cabot University, won the two-year pre-doctoral Rome Prize of the American Academy in Rome for 2012-2014 and is currently in residence at the Academy as a Rome Prize Fellow.

Higg’s Boson: A Discussion on the Discovery of “God’s Particle”

Higg’s Boson: A Discussion on the Discovery of “God’s Particle”

The Guarini Institute hosted a discussion on the newly discovered Higg’s Boson entitled “Boson Friend: A Discussion on the Discovery of ‘God’s Particle.’”

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Italian Daily “l’Opinione”

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Italian Daily “l’Opinione”

President Pavoncello, discusses, among other things, the merits of the American university system and how the concept of liberal arts education is making strides in Italy and the rest of the world.

Professor George Minot Publishes New Novel “Om Love”

Professor George Minot Publishes New Novel “Om Love”

Congratulations to Professor George Minot, whose new novel Om Love has been published by Random House! Om Love is a love story about a once-trendy artist who's lost his bearings and finds his life reinvigorated by his new yoga practice--and a certain barefooted yoga teacher.

Professor Anna Tuck-Scala Reviews Il Borghese e l’Antico Exhibition

Professor Anna Tuck-Scala Reviews Il Borghese e l’Antico Exhibition

The European Architectural History Network promotes the exchange of knowledge among scholars all over the world on the history of architecture in Europe.

Professor Carlos Dews to Co-write Two Novels with Award-Winning Mystery Author S.J. Rozan

Professor Carlos Dews to Co-write Two Novels with Award-Winning Mystery Author S.J. Rozan

The two authors recently signed a two-book deal with Penguin/Blue Rider.

JCU Student Baylen Campbell Completes Internship for US Congressman

JCU Student Baylen Campbell Completes Internship for US Congressman

John Cabot University junior student Baylen Campbell served as an intern in Kentucky Congressman Hal Rogers' office in Washington DC for a duration of six weeks this summer.

JCU Welcomes New and Returning Students to Fall 2012!

JCU Welcomes New and Returning Students to Fall 2012!

The John Cabot University faculty, staff, and student body are pleased to welcome new and returning degree-seeking and visiting students.

JCU Professor Lars Rensmann to Present Work at 2012 APSA Meeting

JCU Professor Lars Rensmann to Present Work at 2012 APSA Meeting

JCU Political Science Professor Lars Rensmann will present a paper at the 108th American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting and Exhibition, which will take place in New Orleans August 30-September 2, 2012.

Professor Josephine Luzon’s Doctoral Dissertation, Measuring Performance of Nonprofit IARCs, Published as a Book

Professor Josephine Luzon’s Doctoral Dissertation, Measuring Performance of Nonprofit IARCs, Published as a Book

JCU Assistant Professor of Business Administration Josephine Luzon recently had her dissertation published as a book, titled "Measuring Performance of Nonprofit IARCs - Performance Measurement Nonprofits International Agricultural Research Centers" (Lambert Academic Publishing).

Study Abroad Student Testimonial: Alex Zafran

Study Abroad Student Testimonial: Alex Zafran

Read student Alex Zafran's account of his time spent studying abroad at John Cabot University, and how the cultural diversity he found enriched his experience.

JCU Students Visit Legendary Cinecittà Film Studios

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

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

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

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.