AFLSE San Francisco Newsletter - Lecturer in San Francisco in March
As the warm winter is slowly fading into a cold spring, we will have LSE's Nick Stern give a chat during breakfast on March 21st about climate change.
We will also have another LSE professor come into the Bay Area shortly after to talk about the Financial Crisis. So be sure to look for our newsletter for next details! Furthermore, if you would be interested in this event to NOT be held in San Francisco, but in another Bay Area location, please let us know as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, we have a newly graduated student looking for advice on how to get started in the Bay Area. Phillip Sifakis is looking to work in the finance, investment or banking industry. He is a Bachelor of Science from LSE in Banking and Finance, and is currently pursuing the CFA charter as a Level II candidate. If you can give him some advice, please reach him at: email@example.com
We hope to see you at some of our events!
|San Francisco: A Breakfast Conversation with LSE Professor Nick Stern
Wednesday, 03/21/12 at 11:00am
Please join LSE alumni and friends for a Breakfast Conversation with LSE Professor Lord Stern of Brentwood (Nick Stern), IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government and Chair of the Grantham Research Institute, on Climate Change and the Environment.
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|AFLSE San Francisco: First Mondays
Monday, 04/2/12 at 9:30pm
All LSE alumni and friends are always welcome!
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Augi and Mauricio
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