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CIS University CIS University Podcast, hosted by María Díaz de la Cebosa, concludes its second season

CIS University Podcast, hosted by María Díaz de la Cebosa, concludes its second season.

At the end of the academic year, the CIS University Podcast successfully concludes the second season of the program Conversations for a Better World, where our president, María Díaz de la Cebosa, has interviewed nine prominent commentators in search of those keys that allow us to understand better the world we live in, and optimistically, move towards a better future.

In this second season, the program has established itself as a source of inspiration and reflection for an audience, not just an academic one, in search of innovative ideas and enriching personal experiences.

With a wide variety of guests, including foundation directors, writers, entrepreneurs, public servants, students with boundless imagination, technology experts and public speakers, each episode has offered a unique user of innovations and reflections on how to create a brighter future, with a special emphasis on education and the positive adaptation of new technologies.

In the season-closing chapter, we bring back the best moments of the nine guests who have been part of the program and those who have left a mark on us. In the words of President María Díaz de la Cebosa:

“It has been the season of consolidation. Our Podcast has grown alongside you and we can already say that we have blown out 2 candles in the studio. It has been a journey full of enriching experiences and reflections, where we found new friends and met extraordinary people who have left their mark on us.”

CIS University is proud to have consolidated this transformative project and sincerely thanks all the guests, listeners and collaborators who have made the success of this second season possible.

Thank you very much to all! The team is already working on exciting plans for the third season: new voices, innovative ideas, and a renewed commitment to a promising future, but this time, after a well-deserved vacation, together with María Díaz de la Cebosa, in “Conversations for a Better World.”