News from the LSE, and AFLSE Events

Have you completed the LSE Alumni Survey?  Are you aware that you can now download podcasts of public lectures and events at the School?  Did you know that a distinguished professor of history from Yale will be joining the faculty for the 2007-8 academic year?  Click on the links below for details.  

Do not forget to LOGIN to to update yourself on AFLSE events, including a social get-together in Atlanta at the end of March and regular happy hours in New York, San Francisco and Washington, DC (see below).  The website will also give you access to more news items, together with details of LSE reunions scheduled throughout 2007 and 2008. 

While you are online, review all the benefits of MEMBERSHIP and check on your AFLSE membership status.  The AFLSE depends on membership dues to maintain and improve the website and to support all the activities and benefits it provides to US alumni.

Professor Paul Kennedy to be the first Philippe Roman Professor of History and International Affairs
Monday, 03/5/07 at 1:30pm
LSE is proud to announce that Professor Paul Kennedy will be the first holder of the Philippe Roman Chair in History and International Affairs at the School.

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LSE Lectures Now Available on iTunes U and YouTube
Tuesday, 08/30/11 at 12:00am
Even if you're abroad, you can now "attend" LSE's lectures online via iTunes U or YouTube.

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Welcome to the LSE Alumni Survey 2007
Tuesday, 05/15/07 at 11:50am
This survey is targeted at all Alumni of LSE and is your opportunity to give feedback on LSE Alumni Activities.

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Washington, DC: Happy Hour
Thursday, 03/15/07 at 7:30pm

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: First Mondays
Monday, 04/2/07 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, 04/2/07 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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