- Home ›
- News ›
12/09/2014 - IE University
Big names in the worlds of literature, art, architecture and journalism will be in Segovia for a new edition of the Hay Festival, set to take place on September 20 - 28. Over fifty creators will come together at Hay Festival Segovia to take part in debates, conversations, concerts and exhibitions of visual arts held in a range of venues of the Castilian city, declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1985.
14/07/2014 - IE University, Communication
On Wednesday Weber Shandwick took part in the presentation of the end of degree projects of IE School of Communication’s Master in Corporate Communication, in the course of which the Weber Shandwick Prize was presented to the best project, “Echo effect”, commissioned by leading hearing implants firm MED-EL.
21/05/2014 - Hay Festival, IE University
Today the organizers of Hay Festival Segovia announced that they would be placing tickets for sale for a third of the program of the upcoming edition of the Festival, set to take place this year on September 20-28. Top guests who have already confirmed their presence include winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature Mario Vargas Llosa and J.M.G. Le Clézio; Clara Sánchez, a recent winner of the Planeta Prize; Goncourt Prizewinner Pierre Lemaitre; Chris Patten, Rector of Oxford University and UK politician; US landscape architect and artist, Martha Schwartz; Prince George Habsburg; and writer and aristocrat Peter Esterházy.
07/05/2014 - IE University,
Pilar Muro, President of the Quirón Hospital Group, and Diego del Alcázar, President of IE Foundation, signed an agreement at IE University’s Madrid campus today whereby the health group will fund a Young Talent Leaders scholarship worth €120,000. The scholarship will cover an entire graduate program at IE Universityfor a student from an emerging country that demonstrates a high level of academic merit coupled with initiative and an entrepreneurial mindset.
25/03/2014 - IE University, architecture
The Hyatt Foundation announced yesterday in Chicago that the 2014 edition of the Pritzker Price would go to Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. The jury for the prize, which is often referred to as the Nobel Prize of Architecture, underscored Shigeru Ban’s humanitarian work, which includes architechtonic solutions for disaster areas.