New York AFLSE - Visiting Professor (Aug. 3rd) and Bon Voyage Party (August 6th)

The NY Chapter hopes that everyone is having a fantastic summer. Next week's first Monday Happy Hour is a special event, Richard Macve, FCA, Hon FIA, Professor of Accounting at the LSE will be joining us for a couple pints, please do stop down and say hello to our distinguished faculty and make him feel at home here in NYC. Also for those of you who have recently, and even not so recently. returned we encourage you to come down to the Bon Voyage party this Thursday and help send off our new students. It is a great opportunity to help a new class of Beavers get to know the school before they go. We hope to see you there. For more details and to sign up for the Bon Voyage party see the event listing below. Don't forget in August we will still be hosting the Third Thursday Happy Hour downtown. Below is a partial list of our upcoming events, as always please visit the New York Chapter page at for a complete list of upcoming events, including events hosted by the NYBSC. 

AFLSE New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
Monday, 08/3/09 at 7:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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AFLSE New York City: Bon Voyage Evening for New LSE Students
Thursday, 08/6/09 at 6:00pm

Remember how excited you were as you prepared to embark for the LSE? Share those memories and your advice with our new batch of New York area students headed for London.

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