IE University lights up with a series of TBA21–Academy videos on the challenges of climate change
The artwork by artist Will Benedict have been projected onto the façade of an IE University building.
One of the buildings of IE University in Madrid has been used as a giant outdoor film screen this week for a series of videos entitled “All Bleeding Stops Eventually”, created by artist Will Benedict and digital edutainment platform DIS in collaboration with Chus Martínez, commissioned by TBA21–Academy for its initiative Ocean Archive.
The videos were specially created to focus attention on a report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which revealed that since 1970, the world’s oceans have warmed steadily as they have absorbed more than 90% of excess heat in the climate.
13 Dec 2019Arts & Humanities
Universities are an essential pillar for the Development of the 2030 Agenda
IE University has organized a series of conferences, round tables and events as parallel activities of the COP25.
04 Dec 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars, Events, Global & Public Affairs
IE University promotes ‘Education for Sustainability’ to enhance the role of education in driving sustainability
'Education for Sustainability' will be IE University Chairman, Deans and international figures.
02 Dec 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars, Events, On Campus
IE University startups attract €70 million in funding
Mamu, a startup formed by graduates of IE Business School's International MBA, was the winner of the event in the Spanish capital.
02 Dec 2019Entrepreneurship, Events, Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE University & China Federation of Industrial Economics signed a MoU to promote exchange and cooperation between China and the West in various fields
The Memorandum of Understanding signed by both parties is to align and enhance the mission of the Belt & Road Initiative.
02 Dec 2019Business
IE University celebrates 2020 Countdown Concert in the Auditorium of the Reina Sofia Museum
The event featured the performance by Judith Jáuregui and Samantha Vallejo Nagera´s catering.
IE University held the 2020 Countdown Concert event to celebrate what’s new from 2020 in the Auditorium of the Reina Sofia Museum on Saturday, attended by more than 400 alumni, students and their families, teachers and staff from more than 30 countries.
The event was attended by Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño, President of IE University, who used his welcome speech to outline the institution’s upcoming projects, starting in 2020. Key among them will be the “Learning Tower” under construction in Madrid, a technological and sustainable space that will become a hub for global talent and business opportunities In addition, IE has innovative proposals focused on technology and innovation, entrepreneurship, diversity management, while highlighting the importance in business education of the humanities.
25 Nov 2019Events
Brazilian start up Blox wins the first EdTech Venture Day in São Paulo organized by IE University, Google and FGV-EAESP
The event was atended by various experts including Daniel Cleffi, director of Google for Education Latam.
12 Nov 2019Entrepreneurship
IE University, FGV-EAESP and Google organize the first EdTech Venture Day in São Paulo
The event took place on November 6 and will be attended by more than 20 experts.
11 Nov 2019Entrepreneurship
IE University’s Green Week Focuses on the UN’s 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals
The initiative is organized by IE Campus Life and will host activities in Madrid and Segovia.
23 Oct 2019On Campus
IE University to hold its Alumni Weekend in Medellín, Colombia
The meeting will be attended by more than 10 experts, who will share their views on the main challenges of the world for greater sustainability.
17 Oct 2019Events
IE University launches IE China Center to boost economic and business research in China
Center publishes its first report, a comparison of entrepreneurial profiles in China and Europe.
03 Oct 2019Entrepreneurship
The Senior Economy Forum, IE Foundation and Caixabank organize the II Senior Economy Meeting
The role of the senior population is incresing in importance.
The senior economy plays a key role in the labor market and is a source of wealth, economic development and job creation. To analyze the main challenges and business opportunities related to this segment of the population, the Senior Economy Forum is organizing the II Senior Economy Meeting on October 30 and 31, in collaboration with the IE Foundation and Caixabank.
The organizers of the event presented the objectives of the meeting at a round table chaired by Benigno Lacort, CEO Senior Economy Forum; Rafel Puyol, Director of the Observatory of Demography and Generational Diversity of the IE Foundation; Beatriz Dorado, Director of Family Senior at Caixa Bank; Carlos Mas, Vice President of the IE Foundation; and journalist Manuel Campo Vidal.
02 Oct 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars