AFLSE NATIONAL NEWSLETTER FOR MAY

The AFLSE and the LSE Foundation have planned an exciting program of events for the coming month.  Notable among these are the the following:  a reception with Lord Nicholas Stern in New York City on May 4;  the Women's Foreign Policy Group UN Briefings and Luncheon on May 1;  the GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) tour of the US Capitol on May 16;  a presentation by the Japanese Consul General in Los Angeles on US-Japanese economic relations on May 30, and another LA event featuring the Dean of Loyola Law School on May 11 (see below).  In addition, numerous social mixers/happy hours are on offer in New York, as well as Boston, San Francisco and LA.  Check http://www.aflse.org for details of these and other events as they are added to the website.

Have you made your tax-deductible contribution to the LSE Centennial Fund this year?  The AFLSE has been given the challenge of increasing the number of donors giving to the Fund before July 1.  An increase in number of donors over last year (not the total sum raised) will benefit the AFLSE with a major contribution from the LSE!  Click on the link below to make an online contribution and encourage your spouse/significant other to do the same!



LSE ANNUAL FUND
Tuesday, 06/30/09 at 12:00pm

The Annual Fund raises vital unrestricted funds to support scholarships, student services and facilities at the School.

This year the AFLSE benefits directly from your contribution.

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New York City: Women's Foreign Policy Group's Annual UN Briefings and Luncheon
Friday, 05/1/09 at 9:00am

LSE alumni are invited to attend the Women's Foreign Policy Group's Annual UN Briefings and Luncheon being held at the UN Headquarters. This year the focus is on World Crises and the UN: From Sudan to the Democratic Republic of Congo to Afghanistan.

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AFLSE San Francisco: First Mondays
Monday, 06/7/10 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: A Discussion Featuring Lord Nicholas Stern
Monday, 05/4/09 at 6:30pm

LSE alumni and friends are invited to a discussion featuring Lord Nicholas Stern, IG Patel Chair in Economics and Government and Chair of the Grantham Center on Climate Change.

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AFLSE Los Angeles: Talk by Dean of Loyola Law School
Monday, 05/11/09 at 6:30pm

The Dean of Loyola Law School, Victor Gold, will give a talk to our group on multicultural approaches to evidence.

All are welcome!

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New York City: New York Business Schools Happy Hour
Tuesday, 05/12/09 at 6:30pm
All AFLSE members are welcome to attend!

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New York City: Women's Career Seminar at Saks Fifth Avenue
Wednesday, 05/13/09 at 6:00pm
An interactive coaching seminar to help women transform work-life challenges into breakthroughs.

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Washington, DC: GOLD Tour of the US Capitol Building
Saturday, 05/16/09 at 12:30pm

Graduates of the Last Decade are cordially invited on a Tour of the US Capitol Building.

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New York City: Summer Happy Hour Programs at the 79th Street Boat Basin
Tuesday, 05/19/09 at 6:30pm
All AFLSE members are welcome at this networking event!

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AFLSE Boston: Third Thursdays Social
Thursday, 05/21/09 at 5:30pm

All are welcome to these casual get-togethers, held the third Thursday of each month at the Times Irish Pub in downtown Boston.

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AFLSE Los Angeles: Monthly Mixer
Thursday, 05/21/09 at 6:30pm

We are kicking off the summer with our monthly Third Thursday mixer at Ye Olde King's Head in Santa Monica!

All LSE alumni and friends are welcome!

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AFLSE New York City: Pub Quiz
Tuesday, 05/26/09 at 7:00pm
Join us for our annual trivia night!

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Los Angeles: Japanese-American Economic Relations - After the New Obama Administration
Saturday, 05/30/09 at 6:00pm

AFLSE Los Angeles welcomes alumni and friends from LSE, Oxford, and Harvard.

Presented by Consul General Junichi Ihara.

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