What's it all about?
This is the second year of events where invited alumni share a stage with current students in a public talk. This is a unique opportunity for LSE students, staff and alumni to meet and share their experience in an informal forum.
What's the format?
talk by students
talk by alumnus
Q and A
7.45pm reception where students, staff and alumni will have the opportunity to meet and chat informally.
There are currently no scheduled events this academic year.
February 15 2012
'Does Culture Matter?
LSE alumnus Kurt Barling, BBC London Special Correspondent reflected on his time at LSE and with PG student Rajiv Gopie and UG student Sehrish Ejaz-Khan discussed the importance of culture at LSE and beyond. Chair: Mark Hoffman, Dean of General Course.
Speakers information, photos and podcast: 15 Feb 2012
November 21st 2011
Paulina Bozek, LSE student, Vyacheslav Polonski and Christina Kerr from Barclays Capital
Speaker's information photos and podcast: Nov 21 2011
Commenting on the event with Gita Patel, one student said
"It was a great opportunity to think about how to use our experience here, not just 'how to get a job'"
and about the event with Loyd Grossman, one staff member said
'it was so valuable to have this open forum to hear about students' experiences and hear about students having a very positive experience at LSE'
Funding for the first World Stage events in Jan - March 2011 was provided by:
For more information about the events, contact Julie Allen at J.Allen2@lse.ac.uk