Brainfood in Boston: July Newsletter
We had a wonderful reception for Charlie Beckett. The international journalist, LSE lecturer and head of the new media think-tank POLIS, made us his first stop when he arrived in Boston at the end of May. He gave a presentation on Networked Journalism to a rapt audience of alumni and local media, and we were able to fondle the rush release copies of his new book, "Super Media: Saving Journalism So It Can Save the World". The reception that followed was terrific, with lively conversation and lots of valuable interactions. Our host at the British Consulate was very pleased not only with the quality of the company (and the food) but also that he made a new contact that could prove very valuable. He was not alone in this experience, which again demonstrates the high quality of the alumni and friends involved in Chapter activities.
Our monthly Leadership Luncheons have already covered a wide span of topics, from accessible technologies and climate change to experiences with microfinance in South Africa and Afghanistan. One thing is certain: the conversation is never dull. And so far we have always arrived at a great idea that presents new opportunities for us and our friends and colleagues across New England - don't miss out on these great events.
Make sure you register online to get the best price for the luncheon.
We are working on two events in August, so are going to cancel the August luncheon. Details on the August events will follow soon. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in sponsorship or volunteer opportunities for these and other upcoming events. Your ideas and experience are critical to our continued success.
As usual, Third Thursdays are the informal networking events held each month at the Times Irish Pub in Boston. All are welcome.
If you missed the discussion between George Soros and LSE Director Howard Davies on The New Paradignm for Financial Markets, you can catch it online.
Also over the summer, the Yale Center for British Art is featuring a number of exhibits featuring the work of British artists, including England's First View of America, the work of Joseph Wright, and watercolors from the Paul Mellon Collection. If you're interested in speaking Welsh, consider joining an informal group that meets at 8:00 p.m. every Wednesday in the Cambridge Common Pub (Massachusetts Ave). For more information contact Dr. Eirug Davies, telephone: 617.492.9838; e-mail: Eirug@msn.com.
Plan ahead for the 25th International Churchill Conference, here in Boston from 11-14 September. Churchill and Ireland is the theme of this year's meeting, held at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. Besides celebrating the 100th Wedding Anniversary of Winston and Clementine, a fascinating roster of speakers has been lined up. Click the links to download the conference brochure or read more about the Churchill Center.
As always, contact email@example.com with any questions, suggestions, and comments.
|Boston Lunch: An Economic Development Tool for the Commonwealth
Tuesday, 05/20/08 at 1:13pm
Making Progress the First Wednesday of Each Month
|[go to article]|
|Your Chance to Shine in Boston
Tuesday, 03/25/08 at 10:22am
Volunteer Opportunities for the Boston Chapter
|[go to article]|
The Alumni and Friends of The London School of Economics in The U.S. respects your privacy!
To make sure these communications are not mistakenly blocked in the future by your spam-blocker, please add 'firstname.lastname@example.org' and 'email@example.com' to your approved-senders-list. If you no longer wish to receive correspondence of this kind from the Alumni and Friends of The London School of Economics in The U.S. please follow this unsubscribe link: http://www.aflse.org/unsubscribe.html?email=[email]. You will be removed from receiving any further e-mails at that point. Please allow up to 72 hours to process.