The Department of Management at Ca' Foscari University of Venice has been awarded the prestigious international EQUIS accreditation, issued by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
On 3 November 2023 the Government of Japan awarded Paolo Calvetti, Full Professor of Japanese Language and Linguistics at Ca' Foscari, with the 'Order of the Rising Sun-Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon' for his staunch activity in Japan and Italy, and for his contribution to promoting academic exchange and mutual understanding between the two countries.
Ca' Foscari was successfully assessed by the European evaluators of the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), and it can remain listed among the "HR Recognized Institutions" in Italy on the EURAXESS website.
The main recruiting event at Ca' Foscari is back on November 14th (in presence) and November 16th (online). Find out how to register and read the testimonial by Melissa Anne Herlitz, an American student who can continue her career in Italy thanks to an interview she had during a past Career Day.
AquaGranda is in its third edition, which will take place between Nov. 12 and Dec. 12 in a series of meetings and dialogues around tides. First-hand experiences, textual, visual, audio and multimedia materials on recent climate events will come together in an exhibition moving around town on a regular ACTV vaporetto.
Ca' Foscari University venues in Venice and Mestre will be closed on Monday 20 November and Tuesday 21 November, 2023, for the Festa della Madonna della Salute.
The painting, housed in a Benedictine convent in Pag, dates around 1460. The research hypothesis - published in the October issue of The Burlington Magazine - was made by Beatrice Tanzi, a Ph.D. student in Art History at Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
On Saturday 2 December, in the Auditorium Santa Margherita - Emanuele Severino and starting at 2 p.m., Ca' Foscari commemorates with a special event Prof. Marco Ceresa, a distinguished sinologist and former director of the Department of Asian and North African Studies, who passed away in the night between 3 and 4 May 2023.
Are we allowed to fail? Do we know how to take risks and accept outcomes different from the expected ones? And what is the impact of culture on how we perceive failure? Professor Paul Iske, founder and director of the 'Institute of Brilliant Failures' addressed all these questions and more in his lecture "Brilliant Failure: Working, Failing, and Learning Together”, organized by the Ca' Foscari International College.
This remarkable discovery - a bronze panoply consisting of a shield boss, fragments of a helmet and possibly a belt - occurred during the archaeological excavation at Phaistos (Crete) in July 2023. The excavation was led by Professor Ilaria Caloi's team from Ca’ Foscari.