AFLSE Membership Benefits and September Events

Are you aware of all the benefits of AFLSE membership?  The discount available to members for a one year subscription to The Economist and other journals (see below) is as great as the annual $35 AFLSE membership dues.  Many AFLSE events have discounted pricing for members, and there are also many other benefits, so LOGIN to http://www.aflse.org/membership and review all that is available to you. And remember that as a non-member you are not contributing to the upkeep and development of our website!

This summer the AFLSE chapters organized an exciting and and successful summer of AFLSE events, notably the Bon Voyage parties organized by chapter leaders in 10 different US cities.  These attracted more than 230 students on their way to study at the LSE, plus many alumni.  Our programs continue with a range of activities for the coming month. Notable among these:  LSE Director, Howard Davies, will attend a luncheon in Houston on Sepember 13;  alumnus, Richard Caruso will speak in Philadelphia on September 19;  San Francisco alums are invited to events organized by Duke, and Kellogg School of Business alumni, and Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) alumni are invited to uncover secrets of Grand Central Station, New York, on September 29 - organized by the LSE Foundation. In addition, regular "happy hour" mixers continue in New York, San Francisco and Washington, DC, together with another in Seattle on September 19.

Take advantage of these great programs and LOGIN to http://www.aflse.org and join the AFLSE while you are online!!



Discount Subscriptions to Journals
The AFLSE offers discount subscription rates for current members to The Economist, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Financial Times, and Fortune.

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San Francisco: Special Evening with Duke University, Lecture & Networking
Thursday, 09/6/07 at 6:30pm

Duke University's Executive Education and Executive MBA programs will be sponsoring a special reception and presentation by strategy professor Michael Lenox in Northern California in early September.


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San Francisco: First Mondays
Monday, 09/10/07 at 6:30pm

LSE alumni, recent grads, future students, and friends are always welcome!

The first Monday of each month LSE alumni in the San Francisco area meet at 6:30pm.


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New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
Monday, 09/10/07 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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Houston: Luncheon for LSE Director Howard Davies
Thursday, 09/13/07 at 11:30am

You are invited to luncheon for the London School of Economics Director, Howard Davies.


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Philadelphia: Are Entrepreneurs Born or Educated?
Wednesday, 09/19/07 at 6:00pm

Featuring Richard Caruso
PhD 1990 Economics
Founder and Chairman of Integra LifeSciences Corporation and
2006 Ernst & Young US Entrepreneur of the Year


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Seattle: Chapter Mixer at BOKA
Wednesday, 09/19/07 at 6:00pm

AFLSE members, friends, recent grads, and future students are all welcome!


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Washington, DC: Happy Hour
Thursday, 09/20/07 at 6:30pm

Happy hours are an informal way to network and meet local fellow AFLSE alums!

AFLSE members, friends, recent grads, and future students are all welcome!


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San Francisco: An Invitation from the Kellogg School of Business for LSE Alumni
Saturday, 09/29/07 at 12:00am

The San Francisco alumni of the Kellogg School of Business have graciously invited the LSE alumni to a golf outing!


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New York City: GOLD Event - The Secrets of Grand Central Terminal Scavenger Hunt
Saturday, 09/29/07 at 2:00pm

LSE Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD)


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