News and Events

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Congratulations to Camillo Dall'oglio (BUS'16), for this feature on RAI-TV about his family's fabulous rafting business in Umbria. Anyone who has graduated in Business over the last three years knows the thrill of Rafting Marmore's great team-building activities!

One of the most memorable evenings at AUR was the occasion in 2013 when we awarded Andrea Camilleri with an honorary degree. It was a particular thrill for me as I have long cherished his books.

Professor Paul Gwynne recently participated in a 5-day seminar organized by the Medici Archive Project and the International Studies Institute in Florence.

Seniors in the Business Administration program wrapped up their “Capstoner” semester with an exciting field trip to the “Green Heart of Italy”, the Region of Umbria.  The trip, now in its third iteration, featured visits to businesses typical of the region, meetings with top managers, and a day o

The M.A. Program in Peace Studies organized an end-of-semester field trip to the Balkans, one of Europe's regions of recent conflicts and tensions.

Rome has recently been the victim of numerous incidents of fallen trees across the capital, causing costly damage and creating serious hazards.

AUR's Professor Cecilia Sottilotta outlines developments in Italian Politics live on Euronews (31 May 2019)

 

According to the marketing manager, and current director of Liquid Factory, Federico Giacinti, social media has had a positive and effective impact on Italian Football.

The American University of Rome congratulates scientist and AUR Trustee Dr. Antonio Giordano, M.D., Ph.D., whose research isolated and subsequently discovered a new gene repair protein.