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Professor Davor Džalto was recently interviewed by 'Blic', the biggest daily newspaper in the South-Eastern Europe. Below is an excerpt from that interview and a link to the original article.

Eileen Francesconi, a 2016 AUR graduate in Business Administration, returned to campus on March 7 to talk about her experiences at Bocconi University in Milan.

For a recent class in Roman Technology, Archaeology & Classics students went underground to examine the infrastructure of the Aqueduct Traiana, dating from 109 AD, and the Baths of Caracalla from 216 AD.

AUR Art History students explored the ancient ruins of Paestum on a recent sunny February day as part of the course Sacred Space: Religious Architecture of Rome, led by Professor Davor Dzalto.

The Trump Administration’s latest budget proposals for 2019 call for $214 billion in cuts to federal food assistance programs over the next 10 years. While think tanks, citizens’ groups, academia, and the US Congress debate the issue, they may find some good advice in a new book: “The 1.5 Billion People Question: Food, Vouchers, or Cash Transfers?” 

Not only is Rome consistently ranked a must-see (#12 on the 2017 Euromonitor International Top City Destination Rankings), but it’s at the center of every tourism trend imaginable.

Historian Dr. Mary Beard, the world renowned author of “SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome”, in conversation with Dr. Richard Hodges, archaeologist and President of the American University of Rome on “Why Ancient Rome Matters.”

This is an amazing opportunity for current students to spend four weeks over the summer working on a real production and utilizing the stunning facilities of the Terni Film Studios.

The course breaks down like this: