New York AFLSE - September 2009 Newsletter

The NY Chapter hopes that everyone is having a great end of the summer. September is an exciting month for the chapter. We have an event with Frank Cowell, Professor of Economics and have been invited to an event hosted by Kings College. Also please see the bottom of this email as it contains details about one of our talented alumni who will be performing next Friday. Don't forget in September we will still be hosting the happy hours, please see below for more details about these and please visit the New York Chapter page at for a complete list of upcoming events, including events hosted by the NYBSC. 

New York: Discussion Featuring LSE Professor Frank Cowell
Monday, 09/14/09 at 9:00pm
Please join us for a discussion on Opportunity and Mobility featuring Frank Cowell, LSE Professor of Economics.

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New York City: King’s College New York Alumni Networking Breakfast
Wednesday, 09/16/09 at 10:30am
AFLSE members have been graciously invited to this event.

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AFLSE New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
Monday, 09/14/09 at 10:00pm
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!

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AFLSE New York City: Third Thursday Downtown Social at Delmonico's
Thursday, 09/17/09 at 9:30pm
Come to our monthly gathering at this Wall Street landmark, located on none other than BEAVER Street!

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Takemi Ueno (M.A. in International History, 1988) will play the piano as part of a quartet on Fri., Sept. 11, at 6 p.m., at the NYC Bar Association (42 W. 44th St., between 5th & 6th Aves.).  The piece is by Rene de Boisdeffre (1838-1906).  The viola player in the quartet is a member of the Metropolitan Opera orchestra, and the violinist and cellist are students at or graduates of Juilliard.  The program will also include works for piano solo by Beethoven, Debussy, Bartok, and Dohnanyi (for more details, please visit  The suggested donation is $10, payable at the door; it helps keep the chamber music series going at the Bar Association.

Thank you for your past and future support of the AFLSE.

Norm Morneau
Chapter Newsletter Editor

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