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LSE invests £11 million on education and student experience

Over the next three years, the School's investment will support LSE’s Strategy 2020, aimed at better integrating its world-renowned research with high quality and innovative teaching and an outstanding student experience.

Mensa mutts? Dog IQ tests reveal canine 'general intelligence'

Dogs have measurable IQs, like people, suggests new research from LSE and the University of Edinburgh.

Launch of pop-up shop to stimulate public debate on egg freezing as survey reveals shift in attitudes

A fictional beauty brand will 'pop-up' in London's Old Street Station to engage women in a debate around the personal and social impact of egg freezing. 

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Getting Real about Utopia 

Is politics about building a better world, or simply the art of the possible? Ahead of this year's LSE Literary Festival in a special recording for BBC Radio 3’s flagship programme Free Thinking, politicians and historians debate the balance between idealism and realism in politics, international relations and political history. Event date: Wednesday 17 February


The Global Refugee Crisis: a challenge to our common humanity

Our world continues to be challenged by conflict and consequent flows of people across the world. How can and should we respond? Find out at this public lecture from Valerie Amos, Director of SOAS and former Undersecretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator at the UN. Event date: Thursday 11 February

Art and Wellbeing: the growing impact of arts on health

“Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life” (Picasso) but how far can the arts improve health and wellbeing? At this year's LSE Literary Festival the Personal Social Services Research Unit explores our current understanding on how engagement with the arts can increase wellbeing with Lizz Brady, James Leadbitter, David McDaid and Vivienne Parry. Event date: Tuesday 23 February

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Why I should be Mayor of London Tomorrow                                       

Speakers: Sian Berry, Zac Goldsmith, Sadiq Khan, Caroline Pidgeon, Peter Whittle
Recorded: Thursday 28 January 2016, approx. 90 minutes    


Speakers: Claire Fox, Sarah Hannett, Daniel Winterfeldt
Recorded: Tuesday 02 February 2016

Speaker: Martin Schulz
Recorded: Friday 05 February 2016

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