Events News

Professor Ada Bertini Presents Paper at International Conference

Professor Ada Bertini, who teaches Italian language at JCU, is presenting the paper "How to Get the Best Out of Moodle in Face to Face Learning" at an international conference held in Brussels on November 15th and 16th.

JCU Community Celebrates Election Night

For the US Presidential Election of 2012, John Cabot University hosted a very special Election Night Party

John Cabot Presents “Router:” an Exhibit by the Studio Art Faculty

John Cabot University is proud to present "Router," an Exhibit by Studio Art faculty.

Important Message from John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello

While this event has shocked all of us, John Cabot University has a strong and united community where students, faculty, and staff are supportive of each other.

Guarini Institute Welcomes Senator Ignazio Marino

On October 30th, Italian Senator Ignazio Marino of the Partito Democratico spoke to John Cabot University students and professors about the U.S. presidential election and how the decisions made by American voters impact the world. The discussion, which was held in the JCU cafeteria, was opened by Professor Argentieri, Director [...]

Professor Federigo Argentieri Presents Paper at International Conference

Prof. Argentieri's contribution is entitled "Perlasca and Anti-Nazi Anticommunism."

Roma International: Critical Issues and Advantages

As part of Rome's Festival of Diplomacy, the Guarini Institute of Public Affairs presented the findings of a major field research project, Roma International: Critical Issues and Advantages. In the Sala Pietro da Cortona at the Campidoglio, a small team of young scholars presented their findings on Rome's international [...]

Dr. Vasiliki Kynourgiopoulou: Antiquities Trafficking in the Mediterranean

The talk examined the history and current situation of antiquities trafficking by organized criminal groups destined for museums and private collectors.

Guarini Institute Presents: 20 Years of Humanitarian Intervention

On October 15th 2012 the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs was honored to host a discussion on the last 20 years of humanitarian intervention.

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.

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.’”

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’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."

International Communications Institute Discusses Politics and Rhetoric

In the second of the John Cabot University Institute in International Communication's Summer 2012 series of events, participants examined the role of rhetoric in political agenda-setting and campaigns.

President Franco Pavoncello Attends “Panta Rei Lab” Debate

On July 17th, JCU President Franco Pavoncello attended the first in a series of cultural meetings and discussions titled "Panta Rei Lab," held in Rome's Palazzo Braschi, which includes John Cabot University among its sponsors.