A Spectacular September for AFLSE Boston

LOTS going on this month, with something sure to please for all alumni and friends!

We begin at noon on Tuesday 6 September with a special mixer, featuring Will Breare-Hall, LSE's eminent leader of Student Recruitment and Study Abroad. This is informal networking at the Elephant & Castle, and comes with another special treat: Bill Bailey is coming to Boston, and if you mix with Will, you can participate in this ticket giveaway:

  Following a sellout run in London, Bill Bailey is bringing his Dandelion Mind show to

 House of Blues Boston on September 20

Remember to say hello to Will, and join the Bill Bailey ticket giveaway!

 

The highlight of the month comes on Friday, 23 September, when David Stevenson, Professor of International History, joins us. You can have a look at his new book, With Our Backs to the Wall: Victory and Defeat in 1918, then enjoy a lecture in our reserved room in the Elephant & Castle. Professor Stevenson will focus on the book, but it will be especially centered on America's war in 1917-18. He has a lot of new material on the U.S. home front, and economic mobilzation: a topic that is certainly of contemporary relevance.

After the lecture there is plenty of opportunity for informal networking.

 

We are also very excited to announce the launch of a new AFLSE Careers and Networking initiative.

Click here to get involved.



AFLSE Boston: Alumni Mixer with Special LSE Guest
Tuesday, 09/6/11 at 12:00pm
Mr Breare-Hall manages LSE's Student Recruitment and Study Abroad, and he would be very interested in hearing from alumni, on either side of the pond.

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AFLSE Boston: Lecture and Conversation with LSE Professor David Stevenson
Friday, 09/23/11 at 6:00pm
Please join AFLSE Boston alumni, friends, and colleagues to discuss why World War I ended with a whimper, and led to the tragic ramifications for world peace just two decades later.

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AFLSE Careers and Networking Group Launch
Thursday, 09/1/11 at 12:00pm
The AFLSE Careers and Networking Group is a new initiative to connect AFLSE members with jobs and job candidates.

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AFLSE Needs Volunteers
Thursday, 06/16/11 at 12:00am
We are always on the lookout for additional volunteer assistance. There is room for all LSE graduates regardless of your interests or location.

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