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At IE we value uniqueness just as much as we value diversity. The IE community is a place where cultures come together to bring our institution alive in constant change, open to adapt, learn and grow to build a better society.

These values are the epitome of IE Women’s Month. A month dedicated to equality, diversity and uniqueness of individuals that make up our community. At IE Knowledge we want to dedicate this space to the work of strong IE women leaders in the academic and professional realm by showcasing their latest books and academic works.

This video shows their work during previous years.


Many professors at IE University are writers of publications, articles and books. We celebrated World Book Day last week and want to share with you a poem by MIR student Patrice Juah called “The Ebola Ride,” which has been read by several of our deans and members of the IE community in recognition of our faculty research and work.


Sustainability is a universe where humans are at the center and IE Knowledge promotes sustainability through different and amazing initiatives in which our community gets involved. The Doñana’s National Park Reforest Action is the best example of it: it is an amazing initiative in collaboration with WWF that sets the foundations of the sustainable mindset.

We offer the students the possibility to collaborate with the environment by supporting the “100 empresas por los bosques” WWF’s campaign. We have been joining forces with them for six years now, in which more than 300 students from 130 different countries have reforested more than 23 hectares.

A selection of those students that requested the POD Service helps in the reforestation of the Doñana National Park in an unforgettable trip.

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