IE Insights Releases Original Documentary Short “Rethinking Cities”
Film investigates the role of universities in creating sustainable, inclusive, and livable cities.
Urbanization is occurring at a rapid pace, with more than 70% of the world’s population expected to be living in cities by 2050 according to the UN. Infrastructure is already being put to the test – but there is one modern-day natural resource that has yet to be fully tapped: knowledge. It is this topic that is the focus of “Rethinking Cities,” a new documentary short from IE University’s thought leadership publication IE Insights. The 19-minute film explores how universities can be a catalyst for innovation and solutions for the issues facing cities today, including mobility, sustainable development, and waste management.
28 Nov 2022On Campus
Digital Disruption Requires a New Social Contract to Safeguard Societies, IE University Report Reveals
Constructing an inclusive digital economy will require collaboration between multiple stakeholders as well as bridging the gap with the private ...
22 Nov 2022Events
The 5th enlightED consolidates itself once again as a world reference event in educational innovation
The annual conference brought together 57 international speakers and 2,000 attendees to discuss the challenges of learning in the digital age.
18 Nov 2022Events
IE University Co-hosts COP27 Panel Focused on Sovereign Wealth Funds
Event aims to promote sustainability transformation by advancing SDG/ESG integration in SWFs.
18 Nov 2022Events
IE University students to discover hidden treasures of the Museo del Prado’s collection
IE Tower hosts a series of lectures given by experts from the Friends of the Prado Museum Foundation.
17 Nov 2022On Campus
enlightED 2022: The world’s brightest minds gather to address the future of education in the digital age
On November 16 and 17, enlightED 2022, the global conference on education, technology and innovation, returns to Madrid’s Telefónica District Central Building.
enlightED, the global conference on education, technology and innovation returns in an in-person format on November 16 and 17 at the Central Building of the Telefónica District. This fifth edition also has the support of “la Caixa” Foundation, which joins Fundación Telefónica, IE University and South Summit as organizers of the event.
This year’s panel of speakers is comprised of some of the brightest minds internationally and nationally, including renowned psychologist Susan David; Bisila Bokoko, founder of the African Literacy Project; Ousman Umar, founder of Nasco Feeding Minds; Alok Kanojia, co-founder of Healthy Gamer; and Kenneth Cukier, an authority on emerging technology, among the most prominent.
Throughout the two-day event there will be a total of 20 presentations distributed via 12 panels, seven keynote addresses, a Q&A and a maths workshop addressing equity and inclusion.
14 Nov 2022Events
Pablo Isla chairs IE University’s International Advisory Board Annual Meeting
The International Advisory Board met with the university's management team to learn about the institution's upcoming projects.
08 Nov 2022On Campus
Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations Amina J. Mohammed visits IE University to advance the collaboration on the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda
During her visit in Madrid, Ms. Amina J. Mohammed met with students from IE School of Global and Public Affairs.
03 Nov 2022On Campus
IE University students from 140 countries promote environmental and social impact projects during IE Sustainability Week
Each year, IE University promotes the '10 Year Challenge', a strategic project that poses challenges to drive sustainability for 2020 and 2030.
24 Oct 2022Events
IE University recognizes teaching excellence in the Faculty Awards 2022 with a musical composition that reinforces commitment to innovation and the humanities
IE University professors were acknowledged with a piece of music written by the composer Uge Pañeda, OKKRE.
24 Oct 2022Events
CIVICA officially embarks on the next and ambitious phase with two new members, IE University and SGH Warsaw School of Economics
IE University will have a key role in the establishment and development of global outreach and partnerships for the alliance.
13 Oct 2022Events
IE University research reveals most Europeans support making the spread of fake news illegal – and punishing those who spread it
More than a third of citizens believe an AI algorithm would be more productive at work than their boss.
Today IE University’s Center for the Governance of Change (CGC) launches the European Tech Insights Report 2022, which reveals every year public attitudes in Europe towards technology, social media, the future of work, and democracy.
Two years on from the COVID-19 pandemic and 7 months from Russian’s invasion of Ukraine, social media’s key role in spreading fake news and disinformation has led most Europeans (52%) wanting to make such dissemination illegal and sanctioned by law.
The current geopolitical climate has also led to heightened fears of cyber-attacks, with most Europeans fearing one. Nonetheless, the report also highlights that many citizens support the use of technology by their governments and believe technology is strengthening democracy.
05 Oct 2022Events