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JCU Hosts Discussion on Food Security and Nutrition

JCU Hosts Discussion on Food Security and Nutrition

John Cabot University hosted a discussion on the main issues surrounding food security and nutrition on February 7, 2023.

Guarini Institute Roundtable: Views on Current Conflicts from Balkans, Baltics, and Budapest

Guarini Institute Roundtable: Views on Current Conflicts from Balkans, Baltics, and Budapest

On January 29, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs held its 2024 inaugural roundtable event titled “Views on Current Conflicts from the Balkans, Baltics, and Budapest.”

JCU Welcomes Professor Gábor Klaniczay (CEU) for a Talk on Sainthood and Witchcraft

JCU Welcomes Professor Gábor Klaniczay (CEU) for a Talk on Sainthood and Witchcraft

On January 23, Professor Gábor Klaniczay from the Central European University in Budapest/Vienna, gave a lecture at JCU entitled “Sainthood and Witchcraft in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Two sides of the same coin?"

JCU Welcomes Dr. Pietro Grasso for a Presidential Lecture on the Legacies of Giovanni Falcone

JCU Welcomes Dr. Pietro Grasso for a Presidential Lecture on the Legacies of Giovanni Falcone

On January 29, 2023, John Cabot University welcomed Dr. Pietro Grasso for a Presidential Lecture entitled “From Pizza Connection to the Maxi Trial: The Legacies of Giovanni Falcone.”

MA in Art History Candidates Present Master’s Theses

MA in Art History Candidates Present Master’s Theses

On December 15 and 16, 2023, fifteen John Cabot University Master of Arts in Art History candidates presented their final theses.

JCU Hosts Alumni & Friends Holiday Celebration

JCU Hosts Alumni & Friends Holiday Celebration

JCU hosted an Alumni & Friends Holiday Celebration with over 40 members of the JCU community including faculty, staff, and friends.

JCU Hosts Transatlantic Policy Dialogues on Food Security

JCU Hosts Transatlantic Policy Dialogues on Food Security

On December 4, John Cabot University hosted a talk called “Food Security after Ukraine.” This was the second annual edition of the Transatlantic Policy Dialogues.

Educating in Paradise: JCU Hosts Talk on American Higher Education in Italy

Educating in Paradise: JCU Hosts Talk on American Higher Education in Italy

John Cabot University hosted the event “Educating in Paradise, l’educazione superiore americana in Italia (American Higher Education in Italy),” on November 30, 2023.

JCU Students and Professors Showcase Creative Writing Talent

JCU Students and Professors Showcase Creative Writing Talent

On December 5, the Fall 2023 Creative Writing Showcase took place in the Aula Magna, where students and professors read their work.

JCU Welcomes Glenn D. Tiffert and Kevin R. Gamache for a Talk on Academic Research Security

JCU Welcomes Glenn D. Tiffert and Kevin R. Gamache for a Talk on Academic Research Security

On November 21, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted an event entitled “Challenges of Academic Research Security.”

Fear of the Wrong Image: JCU Welcomes Anna Engelhardt and Mark Cinkevich

Fear of the Wrong Image: JCU Welcomes Anna Engelhardt and Mark Cinkevich

JCU welcomed artists and researchers Anna Engelhardt and Mark Cinkevich for a talk called “Fear of the Wrong Image: The New Politics of Evidence.”

JCU Welcomes Milagros Miceli for a Talk on Ethical AI

JCU Welcomes Milagros Miceli for a Talk on Ethical AI

The JCU Department of Communication and Media Studies welcomed Milagros Miceli for a talk on ethical AI and data work.

Rome Celebrates John Fitzgerald Kennedy with a Photo Exhibition

Rome Celebrates John Fitzgerald Kennedy with a Photo Exhibition

Starting November 22, Rome will be hosting a photo exhibition to celebrate 35th American President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

The Evolution of Targeted Killing: JCU Welcomes Simon Frankel Pratt

The Evolution of Targeted Killing: JCU Welcomes Simon Frankel Pratt

On October 30, JCU welcomed Lecturer at University of Melbourne Simon Frankel Pratt for a conversation on his book Normative Transformation and the War on Terrorism: The Evolution of Targeted Killing, Torture, and Private Military Contracting (Cambridge University Press, 2022).

Call For Papers “Rome in The Renaissance” International Conference

Call For Papers “Rome in The Renaissance” International Conference

John Cabot University will host the international conference “Rome in the Renaissance: Global Projections on Religious Identities and Dissent” on April 5 and 6, 2024. T

Reducing Food Waste: JCU Welcomes Andrea Petrini Rossi from Too Good To Go

Reducing Food Waste: JCU Welcomes Andrea Petrini Rossi from Too Good To Go

JCU welcomed Andrea Petrini Rossi, Rome Sales Team Lead at Too Good To Go, for a talk on food waste and promoting responsible consumption.

Call for Abstracts: “Food, Family, and Justice” Conference

Call for Abstracts: “Food, Family, and Justice” Conference

Food is often produced, distributed, and consumed in families. What does this imply for food justice and justice in, of, and for the family?

Positive Influence: Book Presentation by Hsieh & Kong

Positive Influence: Book Presentation by Hsieh & Kong

The Frank J. Guarini School of Business and the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed authors Tsun-Yan Hsieh and Huijin Kong for a presentation of their new book "Positive Influence: The First and Last Mile of Leadership."

Kushlan Lectures in Environmental Conservation Kicks Off with “The Challenges of COP 28”

Kushlan Lectures in Environmental Conservation Kicks Off with “The Challenges of COP 28”

JCU is pleased to kick off the Kushlan Lecture Series in Environmental Conservation with “The Challenges of COP 28” on November 22, 2023.

JCU Welcomes Paolo Cirio for a Talk on Internet Hacktivism

JCU Welcomes Paolo Cirio for a Talk on Internet Hacktivism

John Cabot University welcomed Italian artist, activist and hacker Paolo Cirio for a talk called “Internet Hacktivism and the Art of (Digital) Defiance” on October 19, 2023.