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U.S. Elections 2020: Highest Turnout vs Deepest Divide

U.S. Elections 2020: Highest Turnout vs Deepest Divide

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, in conjunction with Mercy College, organized an open microphone event where students, faculty, and staff shared their thoughts and ideas about the U.S. Presidential Elections.

Witchcraft Throughout History: A Lecture by Fabrizio Conti

Witchcraft Throughout History: A Lecture by Fabrizio Conti

John Cabot University's History and Humanities Department launched the “Humanisms and Beyond Lecture Series” with an online talk by History Professor Fabrizio Conti called “Classical Roots of Beliefs in Witchcraft: A Multidisciplinary Liberal Arts Topic.”

JCU Hosts Debate on the “Geopolitical Dimensions of the A.I. Race”

JCU Hosts Debate on the “Geopolitical Dimensions of the A.I. Race”

John Cabot University hosted an online roundtable called “The Global A.I. Race. Geopolitical Dimensions of the A.I. Race and the European Human-Centric Model,” on October 30, 2020.

Building a Brand Foundation: JCU Welcomes Brand Strategist Steven Picanza

Building a Brand Foundation: JCU Welcomes Brand Strategist Steven Picanza

JCU Business Administration Professor Silvia Pulino welcomed US Brand Strategy and Management expert Steven Picanza for a Zoom talk on building a solid Brand Foundation, on October 14, 2020.

Italy Reads: Professor Antonio Lopez on Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

Italy Reads: Professor Antonio Lopez on Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

On October 14, John Cabot’s Italy Reads program hosted JCU Department Chair and Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Antonio Lopez, who presented 'Silent Spring in 2020: What Rachel Carson Teaches Us About COVID-19 and the Climate Crisis.'

Promoting Climate Action: JCU Hosts TEDxJohnCabotUniversity

Promoting Climate Action: JCU Hosts TEDxJohnCabotUniversity

John Cabot University had the pleasure of hosting TEDxJohnCabotUniversity on October 18, 2020, as part of the global launch of the TED Countdown initiative. The independently organized online event, licensed by  TED, featured members of the JCU community and TED Countdown Talks.

Imagining a New Normal: JCU Welcomes Food Security Correspondent Thin Lei Win

Imagining a New Normal: JCU Welcomes Food Security Correspondent Thin Lei Win

John Cabot University Professor and Director of Institute for Entrepreneurship (IFE) Silvia Pulino welcomed journalist and food security correspondent Thin Lei Win from the Thomson Reuters Foundation on October 7, 2020, for an event called: “Imagining a New Normal.”

Harris vs Pence: A Debate on America’s Future

Harris vs Pence: A Debate on America’s Future

On October 7, one month before the American presidential elections, the JCU Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted the online event “Harris vs Pence: I (vice) presidenti?”

Careers in the Post COVID Era: JCU Welcomes Deloitte Risk Advisory Consultant Carolina Zappa

Careers in the Post COVID Era: JCU Welcomes Deloitte Risk Advisory Consultant Carolina Zappa

JCU Professor Antonella Salvatore welcomed Carolina Zappa, Risk Advisory Consultant at Deloitte, to her Principles of Marketing class on October 6, 2020, for a talk on Consulting Jobs & Careers in the Post COVID Era.

Italian Opera on Film: A Journey Through its Cinematic Representation

Italian Opera on Film: A Journey Through its Cinematic Representation

JCU English Professor David Castronuovo presented “Italian Opera on Film” on the cinematic representation of opera in movies and TV from the 1930s to the 1990s.

Contemporary Domestic and Foreign Policies of Iran:JCU Hosts Online Book Presentation

Contemporary Domestic and Foreign Policies of Iran:JCU Hosts Online Book Presentation

John Cabot University’s Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted an online presentation of former JCU Professor Pejman Abdolmohammadi and Giampiero Cama’s book Contemporary Domestic and Foreign Policies of Iran (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020) on September 23.

Scuola di Servizio Civico Inaugurated at John Cabot University

Scuola di Servizio Civico Inaugurated at John Cabot University

Rome’s Scuola di Servizio Civico (School of Civil Service) inaugurated its first academic year on September 23, 2020 with a press conference held at John Cabot University’s Tiber Campus.

(How) Will We Vote? Questions and Doubts on November 3rd Election

(How) Will We Vote? Questions and Doubts on November 3rd Election

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted a roundtable discussion (in remote) called (How) Will We Vote? Questions and Doubts About The November 3rd Election, on June 11, 2020.

Protecting the Vulnerable: JCU Service Learning Welcomes Head of INTERSOS

Protecting the Vulnerable: JCU Service Learning Welcomes Head of INTERSOS

The JCU Service Learning program welcomed Giovanni Visone, Director of Communication and Fundraising at the humanitarian organization INTERSOS, for a lecture on social inclusion on February 17.

A Doll’s House with Pornography: JCU Welcomes Artist Antonia Hernández

A Doll’s House with Pornography: JCU Welcomes Artist Antonia Hernández

The John Cabot University Department of Communications welcomed artist Antonia Hernández, PhD fellow at Concordia University in Canada, for a conversation on "Maintenance Pornography."