Events Leaflet Summer 2015
Summer Term Events Programme|

LSE’s Summer term public events programme has been announced.

Speakers visiting the School in the coming months include: Øystein Olsen, Governor of Norway’s central bank; Maria Luís Albuquerque, Portuguese Finance Minister; LSE alumnus and economist Thomas Piketty; Nobel laureate Robert J Shiller; former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard; and British journalist and feminist activist Caroline Criado-Perez.

Check out the full programme|.

What's new

32LIF access update

All rooms in 32LIF are now open. The building can only be accessed by the Lincoln's Inn Fields entrance. The entrance on Portugal Street remains closed until clearance is given by Westminster Council.

Centre Buildings Update - works in Clare Market starting early May

Now that the new building has obtained planning consent things are really starting to happen on the Centre Buildings project and you will notice more changes around the campus during the Summer term. 


Starting in early May, our contractors will be working in Clare Market and Portugal Street outside St Clements and the Old Building. They will be digging a trench to be divert utilities and then widening the road, so these works are completed before demolition starts in July 2015. 


For further information please see the Centre Buildings webpage|.

SITs Upgrade: Friday 1 May - Sunday 3 May

The annual Student Information System (SITS) upgrade will take place this year from 4pm on Friday 1 May until midnight on Sunday 3 May 2015.


For the duration of this upgrade SITS, LSE For You and other systems linked to SITS will be unavailable.


Find out more on the LSE IT News| blog.

Free Microsoft Office downloads

All staff and students are now eligible for free copies of Microsoft Office software on as many as 5 PCs, 5 Macs and 5 Tablets.


To download, please visit:| or see here| for more information.

Did you know? The Anchorage is named after St Clement

  The Anchorage anchor

... can you name the other five campus locations named after St Clement? Find out more at the Did you know?| LSE trivia series.


2015 is LSE’s 120th anniversary. Join in the celebrations at| #LSE120| 

Public events

LSE Question Time|

Speakers: Andrew Adonis, Nona Buckley-Irvine, Simon Hix, Jenny Jones, Baroness Sarah Ludford, Steve Norris

Date: Thursday 30 April 2015, 12.30-2pm


Reparations and the Human|

Speaker: Professor David L Eng

Date: Tuesday 5 May 2015, 6.30-8pm


Political Community and EU Law|

Speaker: Professor Damian Chalmers

Date: Wednesday 6 May 2015, 6.30-8pm


See Diary and events| for more.  

External news from LSE website

LSE announces The Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship|

LSE is the host of a new institute designed to improve the impact, effectiveness and appeal of private contributions to the public good.


Can the police do more with less?|

The coalition government’s austerity programme has resulted in some sizeable reductions in the police workforce, yet crime has continued to fall. A key question for the next Parliament is whether further real-terms reductions in police budgets can occur without deleterious effects on crime says the latest election series report from the Centre for Economic Performance.


Are we really 'all in this together'?|

Inequality of pre- and post-tax income has risen remarkably in the UK since the late 1970s. And while inequality of net income fell in the aftermath of the financial crisis, there are signs that it is rising once again according to LSE's Centre for Economic Performance.


See News and media| for more.



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