September Features: Energy and Climate Change, Hedge Funds, etc



September promises another month of major events around the country for LSE alumni (see below).

The highly topical issue of Energy and Climate Change will be addressed by alumnus, Professor Scott Barrett, in a September 27 lecture co-sponsored by the DC Chapter and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

LSE Director, Sir Howard Davies and Paul Volcker will be featured in an LSE promoted discussion of Hedge Funds on September 20 in New York, Dallas Alumni are invited to an International Business Achievements Award Luncheon on September 14, and alumna, Elizabeth Brownstein will be presenting her new book on Abraham Lincoln on September 17.

Among the many social activities, Bostonians are invited to the British and Irish Universities Ball on September 18, and a range of other events are to be found when you visit: http://www.AFLSE.org

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Dallas: Happy Hour
Thursday, 11/2/06 at 6:30pm
The Dallas Chapter of the AFLSE is hosting a happy hour at Trinity Hall Pub.


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Washington, DC: Book Presentation
Saturday, 09/17/05 at 6:00pm


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LSE Panel Discussion in New York City
Tuesday, 09/20/05 at 6:00pm
Highwaymen or Heroes: Should Hedge Funds be Regulated?

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Boston: British and Irish Universities Alumni Ball
Friday, 09/23/05 at 6:00pm


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Washington, DC: Joint LSE-SAIS Policy Discussion
Tuesday, 09/27/05 at 7:00pm


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