This week, the Chief Executive Officer of Froneri Ice Cream, Luca Regano, took time out from his frenetic schedule to share some of his experience, insights, and industry knowledge with The American University of Rome.
Professor Giulia Facchin's class, Archaeology & Classics 203: Global Heritage, is studying heritage and conflict, using Ukraine as a case study. Each student in the class has contributed a snapshot of a particular heritage site.
Victoria Rose, originally from Jacksonville, Florida, is a 2018 graduate of the Food Studies Master’s program at AUR. She received her B.S. in Dietetics, with a minor in chemistry, from Florida State University in 2016.
Janine di Giovanni is a multi-award-winning journalist and author, and a Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. For this event, she will be sharing her insights and experience of some of the darkest sides of our recent history which, unfortunately, echo what is h
Born in Vermont, Cait is the youngest of three siblings and comes from a family of academics. Raised with a love of travel and an appreciation of different cultures, Cait has lived on three continents and has visited over 30 countries. She enjoys cooking, singing, and being outside.
The Aventinus Minor Project (AMP) team, Professor Elizabeth Wueste, Professor Giulia Facchin, and Professor Pier Matteo Baron ( AUR department of Archaeology & Classics), have produced their first research publication based on findings from desk research and a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) s