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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.

Every year, AUR welcomes a host of U.S. students who arrive at AUR’s beautiful Rome campus to experience Italian culture and enrich their studies through a study abroad experience.

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

Born in the shining moonlight on the 24th of April, 1976, Brian Koperski came screaming and kicking into this world in Laramie, Wyoming.


What made you fall in love with Rome and AUR?

Nineteenth-Century Italian Women Writers and the Woman Question focuses on the literary, journalistic, and epistolary prod


Essays by Mark McKinnon, Cecilia Emma Sottilotta, and David Butow

Here you can view various virtual exhibition spaces featuring work from our BA Fine Arts students in Fall 2021.

On Monday the sixth of December, young artists Daniela Arida and Lillian Pennypacker will present their capstone exhibitions in AUR's art exhibition space & studios.

Daniela Arida presents "A step by step rebirth"