NEWS FROM THE LSE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
MESSAGE FROM THE
Alumni Association chair Alumni volunteers help to make LSE the vibrant, world class academic institution that we all know and care about, so here are a few ways to get involved: Alumni Professional Mentoring Network Our mentoring network gives engaged alumni the opportunity to make their experience and
expertise available to fellow alumni and current students seeking professional development support. See page 42 to find out more. Alumni ambassadors Alumni groups around the world organised over 80 events this summer, to welcome LSE’s offer holders to the School community before they left home. It is also now possible to be
UPCOMING ALUMNI EVENTS
www.alumni.lse.ac.uk to book your place
Spring concert Join fellow alumni for a reception before the annual LSE Orchestra and Choir concert, on 22 March 2011 www.alumni.lse.ac.uk to book your place
Monthly drinks www.alumni.lse.ac.uk for venue details
George Davidson (General Course 1971) Chair, LSE Alumni Association
New special interest groups
The group was formed in June 2010, and provides a significant platform through which alumni working in an array of careers in government and politics can share common interests and career experiences of the sector, and debate key political and current affairs issues. The group has close links with the Department of Government and the LSE Public Policy Group, and works with local alumni groups in other major centres of government around the world. The group is led by a Management Committee, chaired by Rosehanna Chowdhury (LLB 2004, LLM 2005), and was formally launched at an event at LSE on 25 November 2010.
Banking and Finance
Held near the School on the first Wednesday of every month
Leadership Forum 2011 Finally, the next LSE Alumni Association Leadership Forum will take place in September 2011 and
Civil Service, Government and Public Policy
LSE director Howard Davies gives his annual lecture to alumni, on 21 February 2011
we will be looking for alumni volunteers to serve on the Association’s committees. We will email all alumni with full details early next year.
The Alumni Relations team is delighted to announce the creation of two new special interest groups, which join the four existing groups: Crossfire, Global Real Estate Group, the Lawyers’ Alumni Group, and the Media Group.
Alumni lecture series
involved in LSE’s student recruitment work on an individual basis, acting as an ambassador to potential future applicants through the Alumni Ambassador scheme. See page 40 for more information.
This new group provides a programme of intellectual, professional networking and social events on campus and in industry related venues, so alumni who work in the banking and finance sectors can network with each other
and debate industry issues with experts and opinion formers. The group will also build close relationships with banking and finance related academic departments and research centres of LSE, so alumni can remain informed of sector related research, and will create networks within companies in the sector. The group is being led by an interim committee of alumni who work in the banking and financial sectors, and is planning a series of events for 2010-11.
How to join a group For details of how to sign up to all LSE special interest groups, please see alumni.lse.ac.uk/groups
Published on Dec 1, 2010