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With a practical approach and multidisciplinary, the programmes of training continua for alumni allow update to provide in-depth knowledge useful for professionals in different sectors. The sessions are taught by professors and researchers from the University of Navarra and programmed by its Schools, schools and other academic centres. 

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Architecture

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School teacher Roberto Ercilla opens the first lecture series of the 20-21 course: 'Crafts and creative processes'.

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The architect Jesús Donaire continues with the first lecture series of the 20-21 course: 'Crafts and creative processes'.

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On November 24th the School of Architecture hosted an online lecture from Dai Rees, designer and Director of the MA Fashion Artefact at the London College of Fashion.

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internship with watercolour with Professor Miguel Oliver Ferrer

Masterclass Part 1

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Masterclass Part 2

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lecture by Luis Mª Uriarte

First lecture of the cycle 'Píldoras. Creative processes' given by the architect and lecturer at the Luis Mª Uriarte School.

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lecture by Beatriz Matos

Second lecture of the cycle 'Pills. Creative processes' given by the architect Beatriz Matos.

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Lecture by Nuno Graça

Third lecture of the cycle 'Pills. Creative processes' given by the Portuguese architect Nuno Graça.

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A virtual journey through six cities through their maps, plans and documents, thus approaching their geography, topography, landscape and the circumstances that have marked their urban evolution.

History of Pamplona

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History of Bilbao

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History of Barcelona

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History of Venice

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History of New York

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History of Chicago

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A virtual journey through six cities through their maps, plans and documents, thus approaching their geography, topography, landscape and the circumstances that have marked their urban evolution.

History of London

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History of Paris

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History of Rome

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History of Vienna 

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History of Lisbon

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A virtual space with a clear inclusive character to discuss different ways of looking at architecture: with programs of study and architects with diverse backgrounds, who are no older than 40 years, from different cultures and different cities.

Garmendia Cordero

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Lecumberri Cidoncha

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Carranza Vazquez

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Bonell Doriga

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Atlantic Atelier

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Azab 

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Bohrer Quarter

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Science

Influenza and Coronavirus: pandemics, epidemics and vaccines.

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The science of Climate Change

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Communication

Sustainability post COVID

With Isabel López Triana, founding partner of Canvas Estrategias Sostenibles.

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The battle for the narrative and the division of powers in times of Coronavirus

Madrid Mayor José Luis Martínez-Almeida and TVE editor María Eizaguirre discuss the division of powers and the institutional impact of the battle for the narrative.

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Dialogues organised by the Master's Degree in Political and Corporate Communication.

Geopolitics, diplomacy and communication: the war on vaccines

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Electoral and post-electoral narratives in Latin America

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Law

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With Carmen Beatriz Fernández, University professor and expert in political marketing, and Leopoldo Martínez Nucete, lawyer, writer, and member of the DNC (committee National Democratic Party).

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Webinar roundtable of Global Affairs & Strategic Studies.

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Economics and Business

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The Race to the Top!

Innovation as a business strategy, by Alejandro Ruelas, advisor and speaker for some of the Fortune 500, such as Sony, Motorola, Microsoft, IBM, Philips or Cemex.

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Competition and Industrial Policy Post COVID-19

A conversation with Luis Cabral, Paganelli-Bull Professor of Economics and International Business, Chair of the Department of Economics of NYU Stern; Xavier Vives, Professor of Economics and Finance, Abertis Chair of Regulation, Competition and Public Policy, and Academic Director of the Public-Private Research Center at IESE Business School and Pedro Mendi, Vice-Dean of Research at the School of Economics and Business of the University of Navarra.

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Strategies for managing the present and looking to the future

A conversation between Luis Huete and Bernardo Quinn.

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purpose Corporate and the new social contract

A webinar with Antonio Huertas, Chairman of MAPFRE Spain, and Federico Linares, Chairman of Ernst & Young Spain. 

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The effect of COVID-19 impact and policy challenges

Professor Antonio Moreno, Director of the Master in Economics and Finance, hosts a conversation with Laura Valderrama, Senior Economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about the new global economic landscape after COVID-19 and the current policy discussion.

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Nursing

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With the participation of Teresa Llácer, Clínica Universidad de Navarra; and Mª. Andión Goñi, Hospital Universitario 12 de octubre.

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colloquium with Jorge Martí Aguas, nurse and singer of group La habitación Roja, on the occasion of #InternationalNursingDay.

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Humanities and Social Sciences

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Democracy and polis

Javier Andreu and Pablo Pérez, professors at School of Philosophy y Letras, talk about the origins of democracy, in Solon's Athens, and its transcendence in the development of contemporary economic systems.

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Civic participation and social mobilisation

Javier Andreu and Pablo Pérez, lecturers at the School de Philosophy y Letras, examine the problems facing contemporary democracies, carry out a comparative analysis with various periods of antiquity, and try to find the keys to solving the new challenges. 

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Democracy and ethics

Javier Andreu and Pablo Pérez, professors at School of Philosophy y Letras, explore the ethical foundations of the democratic system and reflect on the possibility of its global reach.

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Given by Professor Pablo Pérez López, director of the GIHRE, and author of the book "Charles De Gaulle. The Rebel Statesman".

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Carolina Montoro, lecturer at department of History, Art History and Geography at School of Philosophy and Camila Moreno, PhD student in Geography, have a conversation about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the immigrant population in Spain.

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Tecnun

In this webinar on mission statement to Mars, Paul Brugarolas, Senior Engineer at Tecnun and chief engineer of the Guidance, Navigation and Control system of the Mars 2020 Perseverance, one of NASA's most ambitious projects, tells us about the landing on the red planet, the challenges they faced and the objectives they are pursuing.

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Álvaro Lleó, lecturer at Personnel Management Service in Tecnun, and Nuno Pitta, CEO of DPMC, reflect on the implementation of the corporate purpose .

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Elena Blanco, former student and General Manager of Sustainability and Environment at Enagás, gives keys to face this time of change. She also explains what sustainability is, why it is so important for an organisation, and talks about her experience staff at Enagás.

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Francisco Ortigosa, expert in digital transformation, and Mabel Rodríguez, director of the new Master's Degree for Technological Innovation at Tecnun - University of Navarra.

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