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16/06/2011 - arts, humanities, Hay Festival, architecture, arquitectura, arte, humanidades
Hay Festival, IE University, American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and the Danish Embassy have presented the architecture and design content of the upcoming edition of the festival in Spain, in the Chapter Room of IE University’s Segovia campus. From September 17 to 25 Hay Festival Segovia 2011 will serve as a hub for the discussion of literature and ideas, bringing together authors and artists from the five continents.
02/06/2011 - Conference, Higher Education
IE University and The Chronicle of Higher Education have announced that they will be joining forces to organize a conference on Reinventing Higher Education: The Role of the University in a Global Society, set to take place on October 18 of this year at IE’s Madrid campus. The event is in line with the markedly international approach of IE University, launched in 2008 by leading management educator IE Business School.
27/05/2011 - architecture, IE School of Architecture
On June 24-26 IE School of Architecture will host the second edition of the International Architectural Education Summit, a bi-annual meeting of deans and directors of the world´s top architecture schools. The summit was first held two years ago in Tokyo by UCLA’s Director of Architecture and Urban Design, Hitoshi Abe.
20/05/2011 - architecture
The Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture, Chicago, and IE School of Architecture & Design, Madrid/Segovia, have joined forces to launch the IE/IIT Summer School, set to take place from July 8 to 15, 2011. The course, headed ATLAS ON DENSITY, will explore the cross implications of levels of density and sustainability from the sprawl of American suburbs to the extreme density of Asian cities.
20/05/2011 - IE School of Arts and Humanities, Humanities, IE University, Junior Advisory Board
The university sector has to foster an entrepreneurial culture and encourage students to develop entrepreneurial initiative and seek innovation. Moreover, it has to equip students with the tools and skills they need to function in an increasingly competitive global and cosmopolitan market.