News and Events

If you'd like to be kept up to date with the latest news and events from AUR via regular emails please let us know.

The deadline for papers to be submitted for consideration for the "Novel Foods and Novel Food Production – a contribution to sustainability and food security?" has been extended to the 16th of December, 2022. 

Students of AUR's First-Year Studies program recently spent a day touring the Ecomuseo Casilino, the Mausoleum & Catacombs of Saint Helena, and the Migrant Museum in Casa Scalabrini - all in the Rome region of Tor Pignattara.

The speaker is an award-winning educator who has provided leadership training to public officials, non-profit leaders, and graduate students from across the globe.

This semester, the BS Travel & Tourism Management biannual field trip saw AUR students exploring sustainable tourism in South Tyrol, Italy’s northernmost province (and, some say, its best-kept secret). South Tyrol is an awe-inspiring land of contrasts, where the Mediterranean meets the monume

The Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the United Nations organizations in Rome together with various partners hosted Bites of Transfoodmation.

There are, of course, many reasons to love Thanksgiving, but we especially love it because so many families of our students are able to seize the opportunity to come and visit Rome.

When asked about the attraction of AUR within the higher education marketplace, President Sprenger described the unique opportunities that the university provides using Rome and its environs as its classroom, the excellent and growing reputation of the AUR faculty, and its beautiful campus situat

On Thursday, the 6th of October from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, The American University of Rome will host Rome's leading organizations concerned with delivering American degrees, both here and in the United States.


The secret of Eataly’s success in the States, according to Farinetti, is twofold: exporting truthful Italian biodiverse products and selling the experience that goes with it.

After 24 years of inspirational and dedicated service, Professor Kathleen stepped back from classroom teaching in May, 2022.