In exhibit: photographs to transform our world
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The exhibition shows the winning images of the contest, whose objective is to promote the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

By JOSE ANGEL DE LA PAZ | EGADE BUSINESS SCHOOL

The exhibition of the fourth contest "Photographs to transform our world," in which the students, alumni, professors and collaborators of EGADE Business School participated, was inaugurated on November 1 at its Monterrey site.

The contest's objective, open from August 29 to October 2, was to invite the EGADE Community to rethink the future of business so that it impacts the sustainable development of Latin America by promoting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.

The exhibit was integrated with the three winning photos and the ten photos with honorable mentions of the contest.

The opening ribbon was cut by Horacio Arredondo, Dean of EGADE Business School; Sonia Monárrez, Director of Strategic Intelligence at EGADE Business School; and Daniel Maranto, Director of EGADE Business School, Monterrey headquarters.

WINNING PHOTOGRAPHS

  • 1st place. Alonso Campos Almochantaf. Student. SDG 1: End of Poverty.
  • 2nd. place. Jose Ernesto Amoros. Professor. SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation.
  • 3rd. place. Eva Maria Guerra Leal. Alumna/Professor. SDG 1: End of Poverty.

HONORABLE MENTIONS

  • Eduardo Enrique Aguiñaga. Alumnus/Professor. SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation.
  • Catalina Maria Velez. Alumna. SDG 15: Life on Land Ecosystems.
  • Jose Ernesto Amoros. Professor. SDG 14: Life Underwater.
  • Charmein Izaguirre González. Collaborator. SDG 15: Life on Land Ecosystems.
  • Eduardo Enrique Aguiñaga. Alumnus/Professor. SDG 15: Life on Land Ecosystems.
  • Erika Trevino Longoria. Collaborator. SDG 15: Life on Land Ecosystems.
  • Ricardo Antonio González Arriaga. Student. SDG 15: Life on Land Ecosystems.
  • Alonso Campos Almochantaf. Student. SDG 13: Climate Action.
  • Eduardo Enrique Aguiñaga. Alumnus/Professor. SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
  • Adriana Hernandez Gallegos. Collaborator. SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth.

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